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Officers negotiated with an armed man for nearly 50 minutes Sunday, and then used a Taser and special "less-than-lethal" shotgun rounds to try to subdue him before a Roosevelt police officer shot and killed the man, according to investigators.
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Explore your own backyard: Heber Valley

by Gohebervalley.com  |  BrandView  
In the spirit of exploring your own backyard, this week the beautiful Heber Valley brought to light with spring and summer activities for the entire family.
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Officials set traps hoping to catch bear roaming Jeremy Ranch

Sandra Yi  |  posted 49 minutes ago
On Tuesday, wildlife officials set traps to catch a bear roaming around Jeremy Ranch. If it's caught, they plan to release it back into the wild.
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St. George man loses over 200 pounds, prepares for first Ironman

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 5th - 8:31pm
When his wife got pregnant with their first child, a St. George man decided to make a lifestyle change and shed more than 200 pounds in three years. Now he's preparing for his first Ironman.
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Relationship between Grunwald, shooter highlighted by promise ring, pregnancy talk

McKenzie Romero  |  posted May 5th - 8:28pm
More witnesses outlined the relationship Tuesday between then-17-year-old Meagan Grunwald and her older boyfriend, illustrated through whispered conversations between friends and admonishment from adults to stop seeing each other.
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Increased speed limit doesn't increase speeds significantly, data shows

Jed Boal  |  posted May 5th - 7:51pm
When the Utah Department of Transportation raised the speed limit along I-15, I-215 and I-80 in December, many feared motorists would drive faster. But data released Tuesday shows the average speeds on the freeways haven't changed that much.
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Refugees committed to overcoming challenge of learning English

Sandra Olney  |  posted May 5th - 6:32pm
Each year, hundreds of refugees arrive in Utah anxious to call our state home. Learning the English language is one of their first goals, but it will not be easily met. It is, however, a challenge most refugees are committed to overcoming.
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Accidental shooting grazes student at gun safety course

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 5th - 6:32pm
A man who went early to the first day of a gun safety course for students hoping to become certified police officers accidentally shot another classmate Monday while showing off his new handgun.
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1st concert, changes announced for 2015 Rooftop Concert Series

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 5th - 5:39pm
Provo's Rooftop Concert Series announced its first concert of the season Monday, as well as a location change, due to its popularity in the past six years.
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Utah using inaccurate data to project water needs, audit shows

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 5th - 5:37pm
An audit found the state of Utah is relying on inaccurate water data, using outdated basin plans and ignoring development of local water supplies when it projects the amount of water to meet demands of a population that will double by 2060.
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Cause of death yet to be determined for woman found by mountain biker

Natalie Crofts  |  posted May 5th - 5:35pm
Detectives continued Tuesday to investigate the scene where a woman's body was discovered by a mountain biker, but said a comprehensive report on the cause of death could take a month or two to complete.
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3-year-old girl hit and killed by SUV identified

Kaitlin Loukides  |  posted May 5th - 5:34pm
A family is grieving after a 3-year-old girl was hit and killed by an SUV following a family gathering Monday night.
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Mule, potentially several horses contract rabies-like disease in Kane County

Ben Dowsett  |  posted May 5th - 4:42pm
Tests have confirmed the finding of vesicular stomatitis, a virus in the same family as rabies, in one mule and potentially several other animals in Kane County, according to the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.
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Police seek man who robbed Brighton Bank

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 5th - 4:20pm
Police are seeking the public's help to identify a man who robbed a bank Tuesday morning.
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Ex-fire chief, wife plead guilty to stealing city funds

Geoff Liesik  |  posted May 5th - 4:04pm
Myton's former fire chief and his wife have pleaded guilty to charges that were filed after prosecutors said the couple used public funds to buy fuel for their private vehicles.
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Man claimed to have bomb during robbery, police say

Natalie Crofts  |  posted May 5th - 3:15pm
Police are asking for help to identify the man who allegedly robbed a credit union in North Ogden on Monday.
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One man's two-wheeled fight against cancer

by University of Utah Health Care  |  BrandView  
It doesn't exactly sound like a ringing endorsement for Jeff Warren's favorite sport: "Cycling is a lot like cancer," said Warren, who was diagnosed with stage IV head and neck cancer the day after Christmas in 2000 and given a 25% chance to live five years. "It's all about how much pain you can endure, how much suffering you are willing to put yourself through."
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Feds to offer plea deal to Jeremy Johnson in fraud case

Dennis Romboy  |  posted May 5th - 12:47pm
Federal prosecutors intend to offer plea deals to St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson and four associates charged in a multimillion Internet fraud case.
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2K additional permits approved for 2015 general deer hunt

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 5th - 11:33am
Due to the thriving population of mule deer throughout Utah, on April 30, Utah Wildlife Board members approved adding nearly 2,000 permits for the general deer hunt this fall.
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Cinco de Mayo events around the state

Mariel Reimann  |  posted May 5th - 11:09am
Families all over the state, regardless of their Mexican background, get together to celebrate Cinco de Mayo; here are some of the events in Utah.
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Loose cattle charges are discriminatory, family says

The Associated Press  |  posted May 5th - 10:04am
A family in northern Utah is facing more than 200 counts of fence violations for escaped livestock, but their attorney says the charges stem from prejudice over the family's well-publicized polygamous beliefs.
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