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UTA Running Extra TRAX Service For Conference

(Salt Lake City, UT) — The UTA is providing extra service this weekend for the 187th Annual General Conference for the Church of Latter-Day Saints. Extra trains are scheduled to run on the Green and Blue lines for riders going to morning and afternoon sessions at the Conference Center. The […]

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Bill Settles Water Rights Issues With Navajos

(Salt Lake City, UT) — Senator Orrin Hatch and Representative Jason Chaffetz are sponsoring a bill to settle Colorado River water rights issues between Utah and the Navajo Nation. It calls for the federal government and Utah to provide more than 200-million dollars for Navajo water projects in exchange for […]

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Teen connected to Utah boys’ drug deaths takes plea deal

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — A teenager charged with distribution of a new synthetic drug that killed two 13-year-old Park City boys will avoid time in a juvenile treatment facility after taking a plea deal. The Salt Lake Tribune (http://bit.ly/2nTuWFG) reports the teenager pleaded guilty Friday in a Park City […]

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Family of London attack victim: She’s ‘getting stronger’

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The family of a Utah woman injured in last week’s attack in London says she is getting stronger. Melissa Cochran’s brother Clint Payne said Thursday through a verified GoFundMe account webpage that she is “Getting stronger every day!” He also posted a photo of Melissa […]

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Text Admitting Assaults Read In Torrey Green Hearing 

(Logan, UT)  –  Prosecutors say former NFL linebacker Torrey Green admitted he sexually assaulted women in a text he sent to a female friend.  Texts submitted during the second day of Green’s preliminary hearing yesterday show the former Utah State football player wrote, quote, “they said I raped them yes I […]

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Hatch Introduces Bill To Speed Religious Visas 

(Washington, DC)  –  Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is sponsoring a bill that would help speed up the process of giving visas to missionaries and religious workers from other countries.  The Republican senator introduced the bill yesterday with the strong support of the Mormon Church.  The Religious Worker Visa Improvement Act […]

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Winds Knock Out Power In St. George 

(St. George, UT)  –  The lights are back on in Saint George this morning after strong winds knocked down power lines in some areas.  Gusts up to 50-miles-an-hour kept hundreds of customers in a neighborhood off River Road in the dark for several hours last night, according to “Saint George News.”  […]

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Half A Foot Of Snow Forecasted For Cedar City 

(Cedar City, UT)  –  A winter storm warning is in effect for Cedar City and points north.  Forecasters with the National Weather Service expect up to half a foot of snow to fall in this early spring blast of winter weather.  Winter driving conditions should be expected on area roads, especially […]

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Burrowing prairie dogs again a concern after ruling

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Many southern Utah residents are worried that an appeals court ruling that returns power to the U.S. government to regulate and protect the Utah prairie dog will bring back an old set of problems. A group of Cedar City residents sued in 2013, arguing that […]

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New law to end hidden bartending for some Utah restaurants

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Some Utah restaurants are counting down the days until a new liquor law takes effect this summer, allowing eateries to stop using walls and partitions that prevent customers from seeing their alcoholic drink being mixed and poured. The requirement that drinks be prepared behind a […]

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