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Last Updated Nov 4, 2016 02:58PM

The optics tell a stunning story of Mormon decline — or so many observers insist. Photos of Mormons gathering en masse in a Salt Lake City park to quit their church officially and openly — accompanied by video images spinning …

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  • (Trent Nelson  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)   Maple Mountain players at halftime, behind by fifty points, as East faces Maple Mountain in a 4A semifinal high school football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Friday November 11, 2016. Prep football: Parents' feelings mixed, but more teens play high school football in Utah than ever
    He is a physician who deals with trauma patients, so he has seen too many head and brain injuries already. He has read the research and calls chronic ...
    Updated Nov 14 2016 04:15 pm   |     |   Share
  • (Leah Hogsten  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)   Victoria Hewlett was raped multiple times in July 2015 by Utah State University student Jason Relopez. Relopez pleaded guilty and is now in jail. Hewlett is suing because USU knew about other accusations leveled against Relopez a year before he raped her. Emails: Utah State officials knew multiple women had accused student Jason Relopez of rape, but didn’t investigate
    At first, Utah State University student Morgan Klinkowski tried to forget the October 2014 night Jason Relopez raped her. Relopez was popular, she sai...
    Updated Nov 13 2016 04:48 pm   |     |   Share
  • In this, Oct. 27, 2016, photo, a monitor displays different types of marijuana for sale at Blum in Las Vegas. Las Vegas could soon add recreational marijuana to its list of vices if Nevada approves a Nov. 8 referendum on cannabis. Supporters see pot as a fitting alternative for tourists tired of $15 cocktails and hangovers. But weed proponents will have to win over closely divided voters and a risk-averse gambling industry.  (AP Photo/John Locher) When can Utahns buy pot in West Wendover? Maybe late 2017, maybe never
    West Wendover City Hall has received an abnormal volume of phone calls from the 801 area code. The interest: Nevada’s passage of a ballot initiative t...
    Updated Nov 14 2016 10:10 am   |     |   Share
  • If Obama declares a Bears Ears monument in Utah, could President-elect Trump undo it?
    As his presidential tenure winds down in the coming weeks, Barack Obama is expected to decide whether to designate some proposed national monuments, i...
    Updated Nov 14 2016 10:09 am   |     |   Share


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  • (Leah Hogsten  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)   Victoria Hewlett was raped multiple times in July 2015 by Utah State University student Jason Relopez. Relopez pleaded guilty and is now in jail. Hewlett is suing because USU knew about other accusations leveled against Relopez a year before he raped her. Rape victim says she was sixth to report Utah State student, sues school for not acting
    Almost a year before Victoria Hewlett was raped by fellow Utah State University student Jason Relopez, school officials were discussing an earlier sex...
    Updated Nov 08 2016 11:32 am   |     |   Share
  • |  Courtesy Josh Ewing  Utah trust lands officials will auction a 391-acre piece of Comb Ridge at its Oct. 19 auction in Salt Lake City. This parcel, pictured here, west of Bluff is among 12 state-owned properties on tap for a sale that has drawn criticism from sportsmen and conservationists who say these lands should remain public. ‘Family farm’ has spent millions buying acres of state land for unknown purpose
    What does a company calling itself a “family farm” want with 391 unwatered acres of sandstone on Comb Ridge and many other Utah state trust parcels th...
    Updated Nov 07 2016 11:09 am   |     |   Share