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First Published      Last Updated Nov 04 2013 07:55 am

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List of missing records grows in Swallow probe • A massive amount of Utah Attorney General John Swallow's electronic data — dating back to when he first joined the office in late 2009 — may have been deleted or lost, according to a court filing late Friday by House investigators attempting to retrieve the potential evidence.

Obama's marketplaces falter, but Utahns can get help • The when, where, and how of getting the help you need to sign up for coverage under the new Affordable Care Act.

Lawsuit details how polygamy sect monitors and controls members • In 2012, the mayor of a mostly polygamous town reached out for help governing — from imprisoned FLDS Church leader and convicted sex offender Warren Jeffs. George M. Allred's request for Jeffs' insight is documented in a pair of letters filed in a Department of Justice civil-rights lawsuit against Colorado City, Ariz., and Hildale, Utah, collectively known as Short Creek.

Utahn hopes to recruit American Indian foster families • Brandi Sweet, who is both an American-Indian and a child of foster families. That makes her perfect for a newly created post recruiting American-Indian foster families for Utah Foster Care.

Rally calls for charges against West Valley City officers • About 35 people turned out to shows support and memorialize Danielle Willard on the one-year anniversary of her death. She was shot by West Valley City police officers, Her mother, Melissa Kennedy, called for the officers involved to be charged with crimes.

Other news •

Warmer climate, less water for Salt Lake City

Retiring judge a 'champion for children'

Hundreds chant 'We like Mike' in rally for Utah Sen. Lee

Albright in Utah praises journalism, criticizes Snowden

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