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A Utah Rivers Council report released Tuesday shows significant water savings if eight selected cities phased out property taxes going to water districts. Residents would pay more, but water would be saved in the nation's second most arid state.
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Mark Shurtleff appears before alcohol commission for permit

Dennis Romboy  |  posted 49 minutes ago
Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff attended Tuesday's state alcohol commission meeting with his brother who sought a special permit for a product he is developing.
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Judge refuses to dismiss murder charges for alleged deputy killer

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Oct 1st - 6:51am
A judge declined Tuesday to dismiss federal murder charges against a man who was acquitted in state court of killing a Millard County sheriff's deputy.
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Mother and son charged in Millcreek drive-by shooting

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Oct 1st - 6:44am
A mother and son have been charged in a drive-by shooting that police say followed a gang fight at a Millcreek high school last week.
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Body found at Bridal Veil Falls; police ask for help from public

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Sep 30th - 11:03pm
The body of a woman was found near Bridal Veil Falls Tuesday afternoon, the Utah County Sheriff's Office confirmed.
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Family speaks about 5 family members found dead in Springville

Pat Reavy  |  posted Sep 30th - 11:00pm
A relative of the family found dead in their Springville home spoke about the incident on Tuesday and asked for "patience and understanding."
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Big mess in Hobble Creek Canyon prompts talk of target shooting ban

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Sep 30th - 10:53pm
Excessive litter and vandalism left behind by target shooters has U.S. Forest Service officials talking about banning the activity in Utah County's Hobble Creek Canyon. While that would be a last resort, rangers say something has to change.
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Salt Lake County ranked No. 7 on list of most polluted housing markets

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Sep 30th - 10:24pm
Based on air quality and other factors, Salt Lake County landed on a top 10 list of polluted housing markets in the nation. The rankings are based on data gathered by Homefacts and analyzed by an online financial news and opinion company.
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Through cancer and loss of a baby, 'I wouldn't change a thing' mother says

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Sep 30th - 10:11pm
Kathy Taylor is resting at home and treating every day with her family as a gift. The mother of five was 26 weeks pregnant with her sixth child when she found out she had an aggressive form of melanoma.
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Vaillancourt headed to trial on obstruction of justice charges

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Sep 30th - 8:36pm
Traci Lee Vaillancourt, the ex-girlfriend of a man who fatally shot Draper Police Sgt. Derek Johnson last year, was ordered Tuesday to stand trial on obstruction charges filed after the shooting.
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Body cam helps justify fatal South Salt Lake police shooting

Pat Reavy  |  posted Sep 30th - 8:15pm
With the help of video from a body camera, the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office ruled that Salt Lake police officer Bron Cruz was justified in shooting 20-year-old Dillon Taylor.
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Water restrictions lifted in Eagle Mountain

Geoff Liesik  |  posted Sep 30th - 7:33pm
Eagle Mountain's culinary water is free of contaminants, according to city officials, who had urged residents not to use the water for any reason Monday after a break-in was discovered at one of the city's storage tanks.
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Riders talk about 9th annual Red Bull Rampage

Sarah Romero, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Sep 30th - 7:01pm
Red Bull held its ninth Red Bull Rampage Friday through Monday in Virgin. Spectators gathered to watch the most competitive year yet, as athletes from around the world competed for the winning title.
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'Phenomenal' rainfall helps ease impact of drought, hydrologist says

Jed Boal  |  posted Sep 30th - 6:48pm
Utah's wet weather over the past three months has done wonders for the state's drought situation. While the impressive rainfall isn't a drought-buster, hydrologist Randy Julander says it's definitely helping the water situation in the west.
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Man faces second-degree felony charges in lye attack

Pat Reavy  |  posted Sep 30th - 6:30pm
A Tooele man is recovering from severe burns and another man is under arrest after a chemical lye attack.
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Pedestrian seriously injured after being hit by pickup

Whitney Evans  |  posted Sep 30th - 6:30pm
A man, 49, was hospitalized after being hit by a truck while crossing an Ogden street Tuesday morning.
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Conservation group: Increasing cost of water would eliminate waste

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Sep 30th - 6:29pm
A Utah Rivers Council report released Tuesday shows significant water savings if eight selected cities phased out property taxes going to water districts. Residents would pay more, but water would be saved in the nation's second most arid state.
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Fugitive jumped in car and tried to force mom, kids to help him run

Whitney Evans  |  posted Sep 30th - 6:26pm
A mother and her children had a frightening experience Sunday when a man being chased by police jumped in her car. She refused to move when he told her to drive away.
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Man dies while hiking in Horseshoe Canyon

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Sep 30th - 5:02pm
A man died while hiking with his daughter in Canyonlands National Park Monday, police said.
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1st time shoplifters can keep clean record with help of Utah company

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Sep 30th - 4:25pm
Some retailers are offering shoplifters a second chance with the help of a program based in Orem.
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BYU paleontologists discover new dinosaur known for its king-sized nose

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Sep 30th - 4:03pm
Paleontologists from Brigham Young University and North Carolina State University recently identified a Utah dinosaur known for the size of its nose.
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