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Prosecutors in Salt Lake County have asked the state attorney general’s office to appeal a judge’s decision to throw out the manslaughter case against former West Valley City detective Shaun Cowley. “We’ve looked at it, and there was a concern …

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Merrill Cook will participate in a mock hearing with several other former Congress members to explore the subject of UFOs. Cook says he skeptical, but open minded. Utah Supreme Court upholds changes to initiative procedures
    The Utah Supreme Court ruled Friday that changes to signature-gathering requirements to put an initiative on the ballot do not unreasonably burden the...

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  • Nieghbors upset over Parowan deer poaching
    Conservation officers want to find whoever shot and killed a young deer in a Parowan neighborhood. About 3 a.m. Sunday, a Parowan resident heard a sin...

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  • Salt Lake County keeps its justice court
    The Justice Court for unincorporated Salt Lake County has received a reprieve. In July 2012, the county informed state court officials that it was con …
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    Resolving back and neck pain without surgery
    When Erica Bisson takes a close look at a patient’s spine to identify the source of pain, one of the things she’s searching for is a sign of what she …
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    Trib Talk: Breaking down Utah v. USC
    Currently ranked No. 19 in the nation, the University of Utah faces its toughest Pac-12 challenge yet on Saturday, taking on No. 20 USC. On Friday at ...

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Utah 4th Congressional District Candidates Mia Love and Doug Owens shake hands before their first debate last May. Love, Owens offering a stark choice
    Utah’s 4th District race is expected to be the state’s closest congressional contest and it pits two major-party candidates who have vastly different …
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  • Kirby: Discounts on righteousness
    Getting my home teaching done this month could be worth 50 bucks toward the purchase of a car from a local auto broker. According to an ad in another …
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  • Layton police looking for armed, ‘dangerous’ suspect
    Layton police are looking for a man they suspect pointed a gun at a couple and escaped from police in the pursuit that followed. On Friday, a husband ...

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    Behind the Headlines: Chief Burbank lands in the hot seat, Healthy Utah gets fed nod
    Salt Lake City Councilmembers want answers on officer-involved shootings and rape kits. The governor’s agreement with the feds on his Medicaid alterna...

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  • Holly Carges Police crack Salt Lake City hotel homicide
    A witness and DNA evidence have led to charges in the July murder of a woman in an unused Salt Lake City hotel room. Jeffrey Allen Skog, 35, was charg...

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Riders drive bison during the annual bison roundup at Antelope Island State Park, Friday October 24, 2014. Yee haw! Bison rounded up on Antelope Island
    One of Utah’s fall traditions — the Antelope Island Bison Roundup — wraps up today. The 28th annual roundup started Friday as approximately 250 regist …
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  • FILE - In this Sept. 30, 2014, file photo, House Oversight Committee member Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, leads the questioning of then-Secret Service Director Julia Pierson as the committee examines details surrounding a security breach at the White House on Capitol Hill in Washington.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) White House questions Chaffetz’s ‘knowledge’ of Ebola
    Washington • White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest took a shot at Rep. Jason Chaffetz on Friday over his criticism of the administration’s response …
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    Utah Lit: ‘When the Emperor Was Divine’ by Julie Otsuka
    In “When the Emperor Was Divine,” a Japanese-American family is forced to relocate from their comfortable Berkeley home to dusty barracks in Topaz, Ut...

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  • This image made from a video provided by KOMO shows emergency personnel responding after reports of a shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Wash., Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. (AP Photo/KOMONews.com) MANDATORY CREDIT Washington high school shooter was homecoming prince
    Marysville, Wash. • A student recently crowned freshman class Homecoming prince walked into his Seattle-area high school cafeteria Friday and opened f …
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  • Census: Some Utah areas booming
    New U.S. census estimates show booming growth in many Utah communities. For example, three areas added more than 2,000 residents each between 2012 and …
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  • ISP arrests Utahn during traffic stop for heroin trafficking
    The Idaho State Patrol says it arrested a Utah man for alleged heroin trafficking during a traffic stop in Bannock County. The 37-year-old Salt Lake C...

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Gage Church, left, and his husband, Tim Sharp, embrace and kiss they are announced husband and husband Father Robert Trujillo, of Glory To God Old Catholic Church, at the Hampton Inn Suites in Ogden, Utah Monday, December 23, 2013. Volunteer clergy were performing marriage ceremonies for couples across the street from the Weber County Clerk's Office in downtown Ogden. Utahns back religious protections against gay marriage
    The vast majority of Utahns don’t want to see a Mormon bishop, a Catholic priest or any other religious cleric being forced to perform same-sex marria...

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  • DUI jerseys to be handed out during Utah college football games
    If you are tailgating at the University of Utah or Utah State University on Saturday, you may find fans wearing jerseys with some unfamiliar names and...

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  • Richard Wirick Former UTA bus driver headed to trial in death of ‘Mr. Downtown’
    A former UTA bus driver accused of running down and killing a well-known Salt Lake City businessman nicknamed “Mr. Downtown” is headed to trial. Chery...

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  • Homeless shelter fracas: 1 of 2 gun-toting suspects caught
    One suspect is in custody and another remained at large Friday after allegedly brandishing a handgun during a fight at the Road Home Shelter in downto...

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    News roundup: Independents could rule in new Senate
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