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The Latest: Jury begins deliberating in Bundy standoff trial

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A federal jury in Las Vegas has begun deliberating the fate of the first six defendants to stand trial in an armed standoff with federal agents near Cliven Bundy’s ranch three years ago. After two months of testimony and a day and a half of closing […]

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Teen Accused In High School Stabbings Agrees To Plea Deal 

(Orem, UT)  –  A teen accused of stabbing five students in a boy’s locker room agrees to a plea deal.  Luke Dollahite will face no more than a decade behind bars when he’s sentenced on an attempted aggravated murder charge in June.  He already pleaded guilty to four attempted murder counts […]

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Governor’s Half Brother Accused Of Sexually Abusing Child 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Already behind bars for enticing a minor, Governor Gary Herbert’s half-brother faces new charges for allegedly sexually abusing a young girl.  Investigators say Paul Peters was dating the victim’s mother when the abuse happened over a three-year period ending in 2002.  “The Salt Lake Tribune” reports […]

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Man Accused Of Threatening To Kill Hospital Staff, Patients 

(Cedar City, UT)  –  A man is facing three misdemeanor charges for allegedly threatening to kill patients and staff at the Cedar City hospital.  Police say James Hanson made the threats in the emergency room lobby last weekend after telling people he needed to see a doctor right away.  The Spectrum […]

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UHP To Increase Presence On Easter Weekend 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  The Utah Highway Patrol will have more troopers out on the road for Easter weekend.  The UHP is stepping up enforcement efforts today by putting more than a hundred extra officers in place around Utah.  A spokesman for the highway patrol says most of the troopers’ […]

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Mormon Relief Society Head Gives Speech To United Nations 

(New York, NY)  –  The head of the most visible women’s group in the Mormon Church is telling world leaders that faiths need to work together to help ease suffering around the globe.  Jean B. Bingham addressed the United Nations’ “Focus on Faith” forum yesterday in New York City.  The […]

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Utah Economic Summit Today 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Business leaders, educators and politicians from around the state are joining forces to discuss Utah’s current and future economic needs.  The 11th annual Utah Economic Summit will be held today at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.  Governor Gary Herbert will host the event […]

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$10,000 of Meth Seized in Richfield Drug Bust

The Central Utah Narcotics task force seized nearly half of a pound of methamphetamine and arrested four people in Richfield as part of a drug bust that occurred April 5. Officers discovered 6 ounces of meth after serving a search warrant at a Richfield home. Dwight Jenkins, task force commander, […]

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Top National Sports Stories: Caps, Preds, Ducks win…Another hitch for Hitch…Jackson leaving Heels…Cards legend ailing

UNDATED (AP) — The Washington Capitals, Nashville Predators and Anaheim Ducks have begun their Stanley Cup playoff schedule with victories. The Capitals beat Toronto, 3-2 on Tom Wilson’s overtime goal, and Pekka Rinne (PEH’-kuh REE’-nay) stopped 29 shots in the Predators’ 1-0 shutout of the Blackhawks in Chicago. Rickard Rackell […]

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Grizzlies Face Americans In Game Two

(Allen, TX) — The Utah Grizzlies meet the Allen Americans in Game Two of their first-round ECHL playoff series tonight in Texas. Utah suffered a 4-3 loss in the opener of the best-of-seven set on Wednesday. The Grizzlies host Game Three next Wednesday.