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    Masked bandit caught stalking liquor store

    Police in St. George responded to multiple calls of a masked bandit, up in a tree, outside a liquor store. Turns out, the bandit was a ring-tailed cat who climbed up the wrong tree and was becoming distressed.
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    Governor Herbert exercises veto power

    SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert has exercised his rarely-used veto power in striking down two bills he writes in a letter to legislative leaders “are contrary to the notion of separation of powers.” H.B. 198 would have forced the Utah Attorney General to give a written legal opinion to the legislature when requested. […]
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    Vermont lawmakers fight Prophet-inspired community

    Lawmakers and residents in Vermont are trying to stop a Utah developer from building a Utopia-like project near the birthplace of Joseph Smith.
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    Intermountain forming new drug company

    Intermountain Healthcare starting a not-for-profit company to be able to alleviate drug shortages and help people save money. They are joining forces with four other hospital systems to create the new company that will make generic drugs. Right now they call it project Rx, and they can’t say which drugs they will make, but they […]
  • California LDS wards being used to shelter evacuees

      Watch how members of the @LDSChurch are helping victims of the #NorthernCaliforniaFires pic.twitter.com/D9hQFZ9u4I — Mormon Newsroom (@MormonNewsroom) October 15, 2017 LDS Ward buildings are being used to shelter people of all faiths displaced by the fires burning in Northern California.  People are sleeping on the classroom floors and eating together in the cultural hall. […]
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    Gordon Hayward to meet with Utah Jazz on Monday

    SALT LAKE CITY — Jazz fans are anxious about Gordon Hayward’s future, which begins to take shape this weekend. Hayward officially becomes a free agent Friday night.  The Deseret News reports that Hayward will meet with the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics on Saturday. Then on Monday, he will meet with the Utah Jazz […]
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    Memorial Day travel starts with a semi-tanker rollover

      TOOELE — A tanker traveling South on SR-36 in Tooele went through an intersection with a  yellow light.  A car turning left from the opposite direction thought the tanker would stop — it didn’t.  The tanker swerved to avoid the left-turning, white Prius, lost control, and rolled, shutting down a lane of travel just […]
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    UPDATE: Kidnapped woman found, suspect still at large

    SALT LAKE CITY — Police are still looking for a man accused of kidnapping a 24-year-old woman at gunpoint on Wednesday and later found. Police say Samantha June Medina was taken from her apartment and forced into a vehicle Wednesday morning. After Medina was found later that night, police said the man accused of taking […]
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    The race is on to fill congressional seat

    SALT LAKE CITY — The big question after Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, announced he’s leaving Congress early is, “Who will replace him?” A lot of people are lining up for a special election or two. Chase Thomas from Alliance for a Better Utah explains what Governor Gary Herbert’s plan means to the voters in the […]