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A federal judge in Utah has issued a final ruling that strikes down parts of the state's anti-polygamy law in a lawsuit filed by the family that appears on the TV show "Sister Wives."
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Police: Vandal caught after falsely reporting own truck as stolen

Natalie Crofts  |  posted 19 minutes ago
Occupants of a truck damaged numerous mailboxes and cars by hitting them with a baseball bat early Wednesday morning, police said.
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4th person arrested in connection with Magna stabbing

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted 34 minutes ago
A man was arrested Wednesday morning, becoming the fourth person taken into custody in connection with a stabbing in Magna Friday.
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No ruling in Park City Mountain Resort land dispute — yet

Benjamin Wood  |  posted 35 minutes ago
After a three-hour hearing Wednesday, 3rd District Judge Ryan Harris changed his mind and declined to issue a ruling on the amount of a bond Park City Mountain Resort must pay its landlord to continue operations through the upcoming ski season.
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Parents: Mom didn't understand abandoning baby

Wendy Leonard  |  posted 46 minutes ago
The distraught parents of a Kearns woman accused of disposing of her newborn daughter in a trash can say their daughter has "special needs" and didn't understand what she was doing.
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Widespread flooding in Uintah County after heavy rainstorm

Geoff Liesik  |  posted 54 minutes ago
An intense rainstorm that dumped more than an inch of water on the Vernal area Wednesday touched off flash flooding throughout Uintah County.
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Double your food stamp benefits at the Downtown Farmers Market

Marjorie Cortez  |  posted Aug 27th - 6:03pm
Food stamp users can match their benefits up to $10 at the Downtown Farmers Market. Officials say the match, made possible through a grant, encourages consumption of fresh produce and supports local farmers.
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Police release audio of dispatcher helping father deliver baby

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 27th - 5:24pm
A 911 dispatcher helped a father deliver a baby in a van Monday morning and the audio of the call was released Wednesday.
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No criminal charges for Hurricane mother who left infant in hot car

Wendy Leonard  |  posted Aug 27th - 4:56pm
A mother who left her 11-month-old baby in a hot car had a "lapse of awareness" and won't be charged in the death of her daughter, the Washington County attorney said.
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Fire leaves 3 businesses with estimated $250K in damage

Nicole Vowell and Whitney Evans  |  posted Aug 27th - 4:34pm
A can light ignited a fire that caused an estimated $250,000 in damages to three West Jordan businesses Wednesday, fire officials said.
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Police seek man, woman involved in Logan car burglaries

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 27th - 3:02pm
Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man and woman involved in two car burglaries.
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5 Fall destinations for fishing and outdoor recreation

by Division of Wildlife Resources  |  BrandView  
Fall is the best time of year to fish in Utah. If you don't have a spot you prefer already, check out these great locations.
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Police ask for help to ID men connected to copper thefts

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Aug 27th - 1:01pm
Police are asking for help to identify the individuals responsible for a recent rash of thefts at a construction site.
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1 killed, 2 injured after cement pump truck hits pickup truck

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 27th - 12:29pm
A person was killed Wednesday morning after their pickup truck was hit by a cement pump truck, police said.
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Trial ordered for woman accused of using bacon to start fire

Geoff Liesik  |  posted Aug 27th - 12:17pm
Cameo Crispi, a Uintah County woman accused of using burning bacon to start a fire inside her ex-boyfriend's house, was ordered to stand trial Wednesday on a number of charges including arson.
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Do's and don’ts of removing a tick

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 27th - 10:59am
With hunting season in full swing, many Utahns are outdoors hiking through brush and dealing with animals that may have ticks. In the event that you have a tick bite and burrow into you, here are some tips to safely and efficiently remove the insect.
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5 things that shouldn't end up down the drain

by Washakie Renewable Energy  |  BrandView  
Be good to your pipes (and the environment) by making sure these items never end up down the drain, garbage disposal or toilet.
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Cedar City teen fills 'hole' in heart by meeting parents in Romania

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Aug 27th - 9:44am
Collin Healy, 16, visited his birth country, Romania, in July. On a quest to fill a "hole" that was in his heart, Collin met his birth parents. Not only was that hole filled, but the teen was also filled with gratitude for what he has.
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DABC 'working out the bugs' on new liquor license law

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Aug 27th - 8:33am
State alcohol regulators are grappling with the first applications under a new law that allows liquor licenses to be bought and sold on the open market.
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Proposal offers incentive to finish degree in 8 semesters

Benjamin Wood  |  posted Aug 27th - 8:08am
Sen. Stephen Urquhart, R-St. George, is working on legislation to create individual graduation maps for students that offer tuition incentives for graduating in four years.
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Former guardsman pleads not guilty to defrauding government of $28K

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Aug 27th - 7:36am
A former reservist accused of acquiring $28,000 in fraudulent bonuses through the Utah Army National Guard appeared in U.S. District Court for the first time Tuesday.
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