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Poll:  Utahns Favor Senator Lee On Supreme Court 

(Undated)  –  Most Utahns are in favor of Senator Mike Lee being nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court by President-elect Donald Trump.  A new poll from UtahPolicy.com shows 59-percent either strongly or somewhat support Senator Lee making the move.  The poll also shows 31-percent are against the potential move, while […]

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2 New Duck-Hunting Zones ApprovedÂ

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Duck hunters have more options during the 2017-18 season after approval of two new duck-hunting zones in Utah.  The Utah Wildlife Board and a panel of residents this week approved the zones and reduced the number of pintail ducks hunters can take each day to one.  […]

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Utah Spending Large Amounts On Snow Removal 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  State transportation officials are worried they will run out of money for snow removal.  The state Department of Transportation is only five days into January and has already spent its snow budget for the month.  UDOT says it has spent over 40-percent of its money, which […]

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Crash on I-15 North of Santaquin

SANTAQUIN, Utah (AP)-Conditions remain hazardous in Utah County as confirmed by the official Twitter of UDOT. A crash occurred on northbound Interstate 15 at milepost 245 one mile north of Santaquin. It is anticipated that the clearance time will be 12:42 pm MST. Drivers can get northbound into Payson via […]

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Hurricane Man Charged With Threatening To Bomb White House 

(Hurricane, UT)  –  A Utah man is facing federal charges after allegedly threatening to bomb the White House.  David Grant Torrey was arrested Tuesday for making terrorist threats on the White House Instagram page.  Torrey allegedly also made threats against the President, his family and members of the White House staff.  […]

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6 defendants take plea deals in polygamous food stamp case

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — Six additional members of a Utah polygamous group have taken plea deals and avoided jail time in a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud case. The Spectrum reports that they pleaded guilty to fraud Wednesday in St. George, Utah. That leaves only fugitive leader Lyle Jeffs and two […]

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Utah Supreme Court to hear stream access case

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The issue of whether anglers and outdoor enthusiasts can use rivers and streams that run through private property is headed to the Utah Supreme Court. The Deseret News reports the state’s high court will hear two cases on the matter Monday and decide if it […]

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UDOT Says Spanish Fork Canyon’s Open Again

SPANISH FORK CANYON, Utah (AP)-Per the official Twitter of UDOT, restrictions existing in Spanish Fork Canyon previously have been lifted. This was more fully confirmed by UDOT Region 3, which has jurisdiction over Utah, Juab, Wasatch, Duchesne, Uintah and Daggett counties. UDOT reminds motorists to check the UDOT Traffic App […]

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Son shot, injured in fight with parents at Utah home

PROVO, Utah (AP) — Utah County authorities say a man was shot and wounded by his father after attacking his parents, who were left seriously injured. The Daily Herald reports that police responded to a Hobble Creek Canyon home Tuesday to a report that 29-year-old Jesse Peterson was beating his […]

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Utah governor to map plans for next 4 years at inauguration

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Gov. Gary Herbert will lay out his plans for his new four-year term in a speech at his inauguration ceremony Wednesday at the state Capitol. Herbert is a Republican who’s been in office since 2009. He easily won re-election last November. He and Utah’s other […]

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