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    Crisis counselors to help at school near Sandy triple-deadly shooting

    SANDY — The last day of school at Brookwood Elementary in Sandy begins with mourning, a day after the shooting deaths of a woman and boy killed near the school. Crisis and grief counselors are on hand to answer questions from students, who may have seen or heard something as they walked home from school. […]
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    Multiple people shot in Sandy

      SANDY — Police confirm three people are dead and another two wounded in a shooting near 2400 East and 8600 South in Sandy. Police say an adult male suspect rammed another car and then got out of his vehicle before opening fire. They later confirmed that suspect is dead along with an adult woman […]
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    Group launches ballot initiative to raise taxes for education

    SALT LAKE CITY — The formal process is now underway to put an initiative on the ballot next fall to raise income and sales taxes in Utah for education. The group Our Schools Now says even with recent teacher raises and increases in funding from the state legislature, Utah still needs more education funding. Nolan […]
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    Excitement building for giant flag

    PLEASANT GROVE — The largest American flag that has ever flown is coming to Pleasant Grove for the fourth of July. Organizers have done this before with large flags, but they say they want to reach more people and touch more lives. This flag is more than a quarter-acre in size. It is being hand […]
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    Jason Chaffetz wants to see Comey docs

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Former FBI Director James Comey will face questions this week about investigating possible Russian ties to the 2016 presidential election, and whether President Donald Trump asked him to stop. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah and head of the House Oversight Committee, is talking about what he wants to see and hear from Comey […]
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    Mormon missionaries surveyed online regarding safety, risks

    SALT LAKE CITY–Missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are being sent a survey to fill out about their personal safety and risks where they are serving. The online survey went out to 62,000 missionaries currently serving in at least 400 missions worldwide. A church spokesman says they want to better understand […]
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    Fire causes up to $300,000 in damage to Highland school

    HIGHLAND — Fireworks might be to blame for an elementary school fire that caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. Ridgeline Elementary School in the city of Highland caught fire overnight Saturday into Sunday. Video shows flames erupting from the roof of the school just after midnight. Despite the size of the fire, firefighters […]
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    The differences in fighting terror in Europe and the U.S.

    SALT LAKE CITY – ABC News crime and terrorism expert Brad Garrett joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning News to talk about the differences law enforcement officials face when fighting terrorism in the U.S. as compared to Europe. “England has, as a whole a version of the FBI. But Europe does not have a […]
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    Granite High alumni working to save legacy items

    SOUTH SALT LAKE — Alumni of Granite High School are still trying to save at least parts of the building before it comes down. Merili Carter, project manager with the Utah Arts Alliance and communications coordinator with the Granite High Alumni Association, says she was encouraged by how quickly the school was placed on the […]
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    Last week of school comes with challenges, rewards

      SALT LAKE CITY — School is out for more of Utah’s districts Friday. For some parents, these days of celebrations and class parties seems like a wasted week in school. But others say it is a needed transition time into the summer. There are field days, field trips, movies, games, and water days. After […]