Four Dead In Possible Murder-Suicide

November 10, 2017
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(Mapleton, UT) Four people are dead in Mapleton after what investigators believe is a murder-suicide.  Police say officers performed a welfare check at a home last night near 15th North and State Route 89.  A neighbor had told dispatchers that family vehicles at the home hadn’t moved and the lights had been off for...

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Man Accused Of Killing Orem Mother, Son Extradited Back To Utah

November 8, 2017
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(Orem, UT)  A man accused of murdering an Orem mother and her son is being extradited back to Utah.  Police in Hawaii caught 28 year old Christopher Poulson last month.  Investigators say Poulson killed his girlfriend, 23 year old Emily Almiron, and her 3 year old son, Gabriel.  According to arrest records, Poulson bought a shovel...

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Congress-Elect Curtis To Be Sworn In Monday

November 8, 2017
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(Provo, UT)  Utah’s newest congressman will be sworn into office on Monday.  John Curtis says he is traveling to Washington D.C. on Friday to get ready to for his new job.  The former Provo mayor says he spoke with House Speaker Paul Ryan, who said Curtis will be expected to vote immediately after taking...

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BYU Loses Game, QB Mangrum Out For Season

November 6, 2017
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(Provo, UT) BYU quarterback Tanner Mangrum will spend the rest of the football season on the sidelines after being injured against Fresno State.  Mangrum suffered a severe Achilles injury Saturday during the Cougar’s 20-13 loss to Fresno State.  Mangrum was setting up to throw the ball and was not hit by another player.  The...

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Mormon Church Members Hold Resignation Event In SLC

November 6, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  A group of Mormons who say they must leave the LDS Church because of its policies are making their resignations a public event.  Several dozen people gathered in City Creek Park in Salt Lake City yesterday for what organizers called a mass resignation.  The event was held on the second...

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Election Day Tomorrow: Third District Election To Decide Who Replaces Chaffetz

November 6, 2017
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(Provo, UT) Utah’s Third Congressional District is about to get a new representative more than four months after Jason Chaffetz resigned.  Ballots will be counted tomorrow as voters decide between a handful of major party and other candidates.  Provo Mayor John Curtis is the Republican nominee and is considered the favorite.  Other major party...

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