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UT Man Makes Bomb Threat On Plane

(Salt Lake City, UT) — A West Jordan man is accused of making a bomb threat on a flight from San Diego. Federal investigators say Cameron E. Korth admitted to writing a note threatening there was a bomb on the plane and there should be no attempt to land on […]

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Land swap for school trust land in Bears Ears on hold

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Federal and state officials say a land swap for 109,000 acres of state school trust land within the newly created Bears Ears National Monument won’t happen before President Barack Obama leaves office. The presidential proclamation creating the monument set Thursday as a deadline for a […]

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Judge: Utah mom accused of abandoning baby not competent

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A judge has ruled that a Utah woman accused of leaving her newborn baby to die in the trash cannot have her competency to stand trial restored because her intellectual disability is too severe. Judge Elizabeth Hruby-Mills sided with attorneys for 25-year-old Alicia Englert of […]

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Utah Women To Be Part Of D.C. March 

(Washington, DC)  –  At least 700 Utah women plan to participate in this weekend’s March on Washington.  Members of the group Utah Women Unite are heading to D.C. for the women’s march this Saturday.  Members of the group who have already arrived in the nation’s capital say they want to […]

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Boulders cleared, Zion National Park road open slide

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Authorities say a scenic drive at Zion National Park in Utah is open again after crews using fire hoses removed massive boulders that tumbled onto the road nearly a week ago. Park officials said Thursday Zion Scenic Drive is passable to the increasing flow of […]

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US Supreme Court could discuss ‘Sister Wives’ case

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court could discuss a request Thursday from the polygamous family from TV’s “Sister Wives” to hear their case for legalizing polygamy. High court action on the family’s appeal could come as early as Monday following the conference Thursday at which the justices […]

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Slain girl’s father sues Navajos over lack of alert system

(Information from: The Daily Times, http://www.daily-times.com) SHIPROCK, N.M. (AP) — The father of an 11-year-old Navajo girl who was abducted and left to die on the Navajo Nation is suing the tribe for failing to have an emergency notification system that he claims would have saved his daughter’s life. The Farmington […]

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Hatch Comes To Defense Of HHS Secy Nominee 

(Washington, DC)  –  Utah Republican Orrin Hatch is defending a Trump cabinet nominee.  Congressman Tom Price is being grilled this week during a Senate confirmation hearing for the position of Department of Health and Human Services secretary.  Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is suggesting Price may have broken the law […]

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Winter Weather Advisory In Effect Until Friday For Central, Southern UT 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  The National Weather Service says a winter weather advisory is in effect for central and southern portions of the state.  The advisory says four inches to a foot of new snow is expected starting overnight today through early Friday morning.  Highway travel will be difficult for […]

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Hatch Meets With Sec. Of State Nominee On Holt Case 

(Washington, DC)  –  Utah Senator Orrin Hatch wants the State Department to continue efforts to bring a Riverton man home from Venezuela.  Hatch met with Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson yesterday to talk about efforts to free Josh Holt.  Holt was arrested by Venezuelan police last year on weapons […]

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