$50 Thousand Dollar Award Offered To Find Lyle Jeffs

August 29, 2016
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$50 Thousand Dollar Award Offered To Find Lyle Jeffs

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The FBI is offering an award of up to 50-thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest of FlDS church leader Lyle Jeffs.  Jeffs has been missing since he slipped out of his GPS monitoring collar last June.  Jeffs and ten other church members are accused of exploiting other...

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Man Accused Of Shooting At Hunters

August 29, 2016
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(Utah County, UT)  —  A man arrested in Utah County is accused of shooting at a group of bow hunters.  Utah County authorities haven’t identified the man arrested on charges including aggravated assault after the incident on public land in Diamond Fork Canyon last night.  They say the group claims they were arguing with...

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LDS Missionaries Hurt In Africa

August 29, 2016
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Four Mormon missionaries are injured from a crash in west Africa.  LDS church officials say a car was trying to pass a truck when it hit their van on a highway in Sierra Leone last week.  Two of the missionaries are identified as Luke P. Dunn of Salt Lake...

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Mom Drowns After Saving Her Son

August 26, 2016
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(San Juan County, UT)  —  A mother drowns after holding her son’s head above water long enough for the child to be rescued.  Chelsea Russell was with family members this week on Lake Powell when she jumped in the water to save her two-year-old boy who had fallen off a boat.  The San Juan...

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Health Officials Concerned About Rising Number Of Unvaccinated Kids

August 26, 2016
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Health officials around Utah are becoming concerned about the rising number of unvaccinated children.  Doctors with the Salt Lake County Health Department say children who can’t be immunized due to allergies or other medical reasons depend on other children getting vaccinated to protect their health.  Nearly 30-thousand students in...

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Environmentalists Take Feds To Court Over Oil And Gas Leases

August 26, 2016
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Activists take the legal route in an attempt to stop oil and gas exploration on public lands in Utah.  The lawsuit filed yesterday by two environmentalist groups calls on the Interior Department to rescind current leases and to not issue any more.  Nearly 400 leases covering close to four-thousand...

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