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Escalante Man Arrested for Shooting Power Substation

An Escalante man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for shooting and damaging a Garkane Energy Cooperative substation. According to the Cedar City News, the incident knocked out power to thousands of Kane and Garfield county residents and businesses for several hours Sept. 25, 2016. A few days […]

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Utah businesses recognize ‘Day Without Immigrants’

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Several Utah businesses are participating in nationwide protests designed to how critical immigrants are to the U.S. economy and way of life. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Prime Auto Inc. and Mestizo Coffee were among those that closed their doors Thursday in Salt Lake […]

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Still no testimony from key witness in corruption trial

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah businessman who played a key role in touching off an influence-peddling scandal that brought corruption charges against a former state attorney general has again refused to testify in the onetime politician’s trial. Jeremy Johnson invoked his Fifth Amendment rights Thursday, a day after […]

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GOP Leaders Call For Flynn Leak Probe

(Washington, DC) — Two top Republicans want an “immediate investigation” into the White House leaks that resulted in Michael Flynn’s resignation as National Security Advisor. Congressmen Jason Chaffetz of Utah and Bob Goodlatte of Virginia are calling on the Justice Department to investigate the leaks, saying they have serious concerns […]

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Mother of man shot by police settles lawsuit

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A woman whose son was shot by police while holding a costume samurai sword has settled a lawsuit over his death, resolving a conflict with her onetime lawyer that reached a federal appeals court. Lawyer Clemens Landau said Thursday the final settlement terms are confidential […]

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The Latest: Outdoor trade show leaving Utah after 2 decades

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A lucrative outdoor trade show will be leaving Utah after two decades following the latest disagreement with state leaders over their stance on public lands. The Outdoor Retailer show said in a news release Thursday evening that Utah will not be included in a bid […]

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Homeless Woman Takes Fire Truck For Short Jaunt In Kearns

(West Jordan, UT) — A homeless woman isn’t saying why she decided to drive off in a Unified Fire Authority fire truck yesterday. Firefighters got a surprise after leaving the truck’s engine idling while they were inside a 7-Eleven, only to find the truck gone when they exited the store […]

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Iron County Deputy Faces Charges For Allegedly Leaking Confidential Data

(Cedar City, UT) — A decorated Iron County deputy is facing charges for allegedly sharing confidential information. Deputy Kellen Hudson was charged Wednesday for unlawful use of county records. Hudson is accused of sharing personal information in the Utah Criminal Justice Information System about a man Hudson had questioned during […]

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Iron County Man Charged With Arson

(Cedar City, UT) — A Beryl man is facing arson charges for allegedly burning down a family owned trailer. Yesterday, after the mobile home burned down near Beryl, Iron County Sheriff’s officers later arrested Dell Ray Jones. Family members told detectives they had been letting Jones live there but his […]

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Emery has 26, BYU Pulls Away from San Diego 82-70

PROVO, Utah (AP) — Nick Emery scored 26 points, four other players scored in double figures and BYU defeated San Diego 82-70 on Thursday night. Emery made all six of his shots, including five 3-pointers, as the Cougars took a 45-38 lead. At one point BYU made 13 straight shots […]

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