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Utah’s US attorney included in mass resignation request

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah’s top federal prosecutor is among dozens of U.S. attorneys nationwide whose resignations were requested by Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a move to shed holdovers from the Obama administration. U.S. Attorney John W. Huber’s status remained unclear Saturday. He remained identified as the U.S. […]

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Food Recalled after E. Coli Infections

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and multiple states are investigating after a multistate outbreak of E. Coli infections. I. M. Healthy brand soy nut butter and granola products have been recalled after the investigation ruled them as the likely source of the […]

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Man with Black-Powder Rifle Causes Brief Scare in Monroe

Some are breathing a sigh of relief after a man in Monroe was seen walking near the elementary school with a gun yesterday. Sevier County Sheriff Nate Curtis said a call came in about a man with a gun at the school. Deputies responded to the call and found that […]

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New commissioner for Sevier County

The Sevier County Republican Party central committee has selected Ken May as the new Sevier County commissioner, replacing Gary Mason who announced his retirement from the commission in February. Once he is approved by the current commissioners, May will take the oath of office and begin his term. If he […]

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On final day, legislators consider gun, abortion bills

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah legislators enter their final day of the legislative session trying to finalize dozens of bills. That includes one that would lower the minimum age to obtain a concealed-carry permit to 18, down from 21 years old. Another still pending would require doctors to tell […]

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Big Brothers Big Sisters accused of allowing sex abuse

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A new lawsuit accuses the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah organization of not doing enough to stop a mentor from sexually abusing a young boy over nearly a five-year period. The organization was served with a state civil lawsuit Tuesday that accuses it of […]

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Report: Huntsman Tapped As Russian Ambassador 

(Washington, DC)  –  Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman is reportedly going to be the next ambassador to Russia.  Multiple reports say President Trump offered the post to Huntsman and that he’s accepted.  Huntsman will be the top diplomat in Russia amid frayed relations between the U.S. and Moscow.  Huntsman previously […]

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The Latest: Bill allowing diners to see bartending passes

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A proposal allowing Utah restaurants to prepare alcoholic drinks in full view of customers is headed to Gov. Gary Herbert, who is expected to sign the measure. Utah’s House voted 53-17 to approve final changes to the measure Wednesday afternoon, minutes after the state Senate […]

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Regulator links Southwest methane cloud to natural seeps

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s top oil and natural gas regulator says a giant cloud of the greenhouse gas methane hanging over the Southwestern United States comes in large part from natural seeps from underground formations and coal mining operations. At a confirmation hearing on Wednesday, acting New […]

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Local brothers headed to Nashville

Skyline Drive, a local country music duo consisting of brothers Luc and Ross Christensen of Spring City, are headed to Nashville to compete in the 35th Country Music Showdown. Skyline Drive won the Utah competition at the State Fair in September, then advanced to the regional competition held in New […]

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