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Last Updated May 18, 2016 09:01AM

Utah County sheriff’s Deputy Edwin Randolph didn’t believe Madi Barney. Weeks after the Brigham Young University student reported she was sexually assaulted, Randolph was alerting university staff to the rape case — and to his own skepticism. Barney “wants to …

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  • Photo courtesy of Paul Huntsman.   Times Square in New York City on Nov. 16, 2015, when the Huntsman family’s private-equity firm -- headed by Paul C. Huntsman-- announced its first major acquisition: American Pacific Corp., a Cedar City-based maker of chemicals used in rocket fuels. Don’t know Paul Huntsman? His ownership of The Salt Lake Tribune may change that
    The man poised to own The Salt Lake Tribune, and therefore chart its editorial and business direction, is described by family, friends and colleagues ...
    Updated May 16 2016 11:15 am   |     |   Share
  • (Scott Sommerdorf   |  Tribune file photo)   Utah Gov. Gary Herbert told lobbyists he will meet with their clients anytime, anywhere in exchange for generous donations to his campaign. In audio, Utah guv says he will ‘go anywhere’ to meet with campaign donors — for a check
    An audio recording of a meeting between Gov. Gary Herbert, his campaign staff and more than two dozen lobbyists and supporters highlights the governor...

    Updated May 19 2016 04:40 am   |     |   Share
  • (Trent Nelson  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)   Rulon Hamilton in his room. Hamilton grew up in the FLDS polygamous sect before being adopted as a teenager by Laura Hamilton, left, and Daniel Hamilton, right. He now lives with his new family in West Valley City, Thursday April 7, 2016. Family helps teen put abusive polygamous sect behind him
    West Valley City • It was Rulon’s first week with the Hamiltons. That’s when they received what Laura Hamilton calls the “downloads.” Each night, 1...
    Updated May 10 2016 12:16 pm   |     |   Share


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