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Charlottesville rally lawsuit to proceed despite Nathan Damigo’s bankruptcy filing

Charlottesville rally lawsuit to proceed despite Nathan Damigo’s bankruptcy filing

Matthew Hatcher/Getty Images(NEW YORK ) — Bankruptcy is no shield for a white nationalist targeted in a lawsuit concerning the 2017 violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, according to a recent ruling from a federal judge. Nathan Damigo, one of the organizers of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, filed for […]

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Aurora attack hits hometown of man who builds crosses for shooting victims

Aurora attack hits hometown of man who builds crosses for shooting victims

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(AURORA, Ill. ) — Greg Zanis’ work can be seen across the country. When a mass shooting unfolds in the U.S., he heads to the affected town with an individualized cross assembled for each victim. But now, with a mass shooting in Aurora, Illinois, Zanis is building crosses […]

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Warrant Forgiveness Day

Warrant Forgiveness Day

Warrant Forgiveness Day…If you have an outstanding Warrant in Heber City Justice Court February 20, 2019 is a day you want to take advantage of! Heber City Justice Court is offering the opportunity to go into their office to resolve any outstanding warrants without being arrested. On February 20, 2019 […]

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Hiker who got stuck in quicksand at Utah park rescued

Hiker who got stuck in quicksand at Utah park rescued

SPRINGDALE, Utah (AP) — Authorities have rescued a hiker who got stranded in a creek during winter weather at Zion National Park in Utah after his leg got stuck in quicksand. Zion National Park says the 34-year-old man from Arizona and his companion were unable to free him after his […]

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Sandy residents ask why they didn’t hear about water problem

Sandy residents ask why they didn’t hear about water problem

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Residents in a Salt Lake City suburb are asking why they were allowed to drink possibly tainted water for a week before they were alerted to the problem. The Salt Lake Tribune reports officials in Sandy declared Sunday evening that its water is safe to drink after […]

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Man arrested in Sophie Sergie’s 1993 murder in Alaska over DNA: Officials

Man arrested in Sophie Sergie’s 1993 murder in Alaska over DNA: Officials

CIPhotos/iStock(AUBURN, Maine) — A man has been arrested in the 1993 cold case murder of a 20-year-old Alaska woman after investigators were inspired by the technology used to nab the suspected “Golden State Killer,” according to law enforcement. On April 26, 1993, Sophie Sergie was found sexually assaulted and murdered […]

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Proposal would let Utah women stay on birth control in jail

Proposal would let Utah women stay on birth control in jail

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A proposal in the Utah Legislature would allow female jail inmates to take birth control while behind bars, though county sheriffs have raised concerns about cost of providing the medication. Democratic Rep. Jennifer Dailey-Provost told the Salt Lake Tribune that birth control should be no different from […]

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What we know about the Aurora, Ill., mass shooting victims

What we know about the Aurora, Ill., mass shooting victims

cmannphoto/iStock(AURORA, Ill.) — The five men gunned down in Aurora, Ill., on Friday were all employees at the Henry Pratt manufacturing plant where the shooting broke out. The alleged shooter, who was shot dead by law enforcement, was also an employee but was being terminated on Friday, according to Scott […]

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This grassroots program hopes to end starvation by redirecting waste

This grassroots program hopes to end starvation by redirecting waste

Courtesy LaRayia Gaston(LOS ANGELES) — LaRayia Gaston is on a mission to help end starvation in the homeless community through her Los Angeles-based nonprofit, Lunch On Me, which she launched in 2017. Still a grassroots effort, Gaston and her team of volunteers distribute meals six days a week by redistributing […]

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Powerful storm takes aim this week as major flooding threat grows

Powerful storm takes aim this week as major flooding threat grows

ABC News(NEW YORK) — The latest winter storm tracked from the Midwest to the Northeast overnight, delivering snow from the Plains into New England. Des Moines, Iowa, saw 8 to 10 inches of snow on Sunday, as Wisconsin, northern Illinois and parts of Michigan each saw a few inches, creating […]

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