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    Call for action against domestic violence

    SALT LAKE CITY — A call for more action to help domestic violence victims. Salt Lake County had three terribly violent murder-suicide situations in June. Now, the county council has a resolution declaring that government has a responsibility to stopping domestic violence. Survivor Heather Smith Wolsey joined Salt Lake County leaders today in saying Utahns […]
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    3 teens sentenced in WVCPD officer’s death

    SALT LAKE CITY — The mother of a West Valley City police officer who was killed in the line of duty spoke through tears at the sentencing of three teens accused in his death.   Jenny Brotherson told the judge her son, Officer Cody Brotherson, dreamed of becoming a policeman and keeping others safe. “[They] […]
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    Teens to be sentenced in WVCPD officer’s death

    SALT LAKE CITY –Three teens convicted in the death of a West Valley City police officer will learn their fate Monday morning. The boys, ages 14 and 15 at the time, hit Officer Cody Brotherson as he was laying spike strips to stop the stolen car they were using to flee police. They pleaded guilty […]
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    Could aerial fireworks be banned in Utah?

    SALT LAKE COUNTY – Policy makers on the city, county and state levels are looking into whether or not restrictions should be tighter on personal aerial fireworks, or, if they should be banned completely. Over the three days before and after the Fourth of July, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams says their office received […]
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    Former Utah soldier calls Khadr settlement “outrageous”

    RIVERTON – A retired Utah Army Reserve soldier is angry with the Canadian government for issuing an apology and reaching a multi-million dollar settlement with a man once detained at Guantanamo Bay. Listen to an extended portion of our interview with Layne Morris Layne Morris lost sight in his right eye after an attack in […]
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    Possible pill-making operation busted in Midvale

    MIDVALE — DEA officials say they’re investigating a synthetic opioid trafficking operation. The investigation focusing on a townhome just off 7800 South and State Street. We know multiple agencies are involved.  Officials could not confirm the number of suspects, but say there are multiple people detained and being questioned by investigators. Neighbors saw someone being taken away on […]
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    Speaker Hughes wants state czar overseeing homelessness issues

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s Speaker of the House is frustrated over homelessness in the state capital. “What are we doing today, what are we doing tomorrow to keep people safe,” said Greg Hughes. Hughes told KSL’s Doug Wright show something has to be done, and it will make people angry. “If you think everyone […]
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    Bitter about Hayward? Don’t burn, donate

    SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah-based company, Medical Review Institute of America, is looking to collect your Gordon Heyward T-shirts and jerseys to send to the African nation of Ghana. The company is teaming up with World Joy, a Bountiful-based foundation that helps individuals in Ghana, to make a trip this September that will include hygiene items and other supplies.  […]
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    Unified Police service dog shot and killed

    MILLCREEK — The Unified Police Department says one of their K9s was shot and killed early Thursday morning. The dog was tracking a wanted fugitive. A news release says officers with the U.S Marshal’s Violent Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team (VFAST) were tracking 28-year-old Torey Chase Massey overnight. They found him driving in the Millcreek area […]
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    Inmates get music training from world renowned choir director

    UTAH STATE PRISON – Some inmates at the Utah State Prison are getting an opportunity few will ever encounter.  They’re getting musical training from the highest of levels, and they’re not taking the experience for granted. Normally, you can see Mack Wilberg conducting the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir.  But on this occasion, he wasn’t […]