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The woman who was 34 weeks pregnant when she was involved in a head-on collision killed two teens near downtown Salt Lake City is in critical condition along with her baby, according to her family. Amy Stevenson Wilson, 32, was …

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  • Photo courtesy of the Utah Department of Corrections  Todd Rettenberger Man once suspected of murder pleads guilty in sex trafficking case
    A man with a long criminal history in Utah was sentenced to prison Thursday after pleading guilty to starting a prostitution operation two months afte...
    Updated Feb 18 2017 08:12 pm   |     |   Share
  • Arrest made in shooting death of 18-year-old in Magna
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    Updated Feb 18 2017 08:54 pm   |     |   Share
  • Investigators search for evidence where a missing girl was found in an irrigation ditch in Smithfield on Friday. 2 are suspected in case of girl found in northern Utah canal
    Police have “taken into custody” two people suspected of being involved in the case of a 14-year-old girl who was found injured Friday in an empty Smi...
    Updated Feb 18 2017 10:53 pm   |     |   Share
  • (Leah Hogsten  |  Tribune file photo)   Salt Lake City earlier released the Police Civilian Review Board report into the shooting of the dog Geist, but had withheld the PCRB report into the Dillon Taylor shooting until Tuesday. Now, city officials say all such reports will be considered public unless their are special circumstances. In this file photo from June, marchers carried a portrait of Geist, who was shot during a police search for a missing child. Judge finds SLCPD officer justified in 2014 killing of Geist the dog
    A federal judge ruled against a man suing Salt Lake City police for an officer entering his fenced Sugar House backyard while searching for a missing ...
    Updated Feb 18 2017 09:31 pm   |     |   Share


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