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The driver of a street sweeper died Wednesday when his machine was hit from behind by the driver of a sport-utility vehicle, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
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Swallow waives evidence hearing

McKenzie Romero  |  posted 20 minutes ago
Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow has waived a week-long preliminary hearing that was scheduled to begin next week, moving the case toward a trial.
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Cowley to be reinstated as West Valley police officer

Pat Reavy  |  posted 21 minutes ago
Shaun Cowley, who shot and killed Danielle Willard in 2012, is about to become a West Valley City police officer again.
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Man wanted for questioning in Jordan River shooting

McKenzie Romero  |  posted 54 minutes ago
Police are asking for help locating a man known to spend time in the area where a homeless man was shot and killed on Monday.
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New prison likely to end up in Salt Lake City, lawmaker says

Lisa Riley Roche  |  posted Jun 3rd - 4:00pm
A Republican state lawmaker said Wednesday there are more than enough votes in both the House and the Senate to move the Utah State Prison from Draper to Salt Lake City.
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Man shot in head while driving, police say

Pat Reavy  |  posted Jun 3rd - 3:42pm
A man was shot in a busy area of Ogden during the lunch hour Wednesday.
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West Jordan details fireworks restrictions for season

Josh Furlong  |  posted Jun 3rd - 3:31pm
Fireworks are a staple of summer months. Whether celebrating as part of the country's independence from Great Britain or some other event, fireworks make for an enjoyable summer.
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Sister missionary killed in crash remembered as witty, loving

Spencer Ricks  |  posted Jun 3rd - 3:02pm
Sister Natalie Anne Barnard was killed Friday in a car accident while serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Atlanta. Friends and family members remember her as being dedicated, loving and joyful.
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6 tips to keep your children safe this summer

Haley Smith  |  posted Jun 3rd - 12:56pm
With school coming to an end for many around the state this time of year, more children will be outside playing. And parents and drivers need to use extreme caution this summer.
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Food worker in Cedar City tests positive for hepatitis A

The Associated Press  |  posted Jun 3rd - 12:33pm
Authorities have confirmed that a food handler at Pizza Cart in Cedar City has tested positive for hepatitis A.
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Man who killed teen while using phone asks for parole

Pat Reavy  |  posted Jun 3rd - 12:04pm
Jeffery Lloyd Bascom had his first parole hearing this week. Bascom is serving up to five years at the Utah State Prison for hitting and killing a 15-year-old boy while dialing his cellphone and driving at the same time.
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Wakeboard cable park coming to Utah Lake State Park

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Jun 3rd - 11:59am
Utah Lake State Park officials announced a wakeboard cable park will be opening at the state park in 2016.
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11 hottest careers for college grads

by KSL Jobs  |  BrandView  
Tips and top jobs for graduates searching for a successful career.
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Man salvages Intermountain Indian School mural, shares with alumni

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Jun 3rd - 10:25am
When a local photographer documenting the Intermountain Indian School's demolition discovered murals painted by students, he felt compelled to do more.
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Ambulance crew helps foil burglary at West High

Shara Park  |  posted Jun 3rd - 10:08am
An observant ambulance team helped foil an early morning theft at West High School, police say.
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Harmons' hand-painted signs sets grocer apart

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Jun 3rd - 8:28am
Many supermarkets have a goal to set themselves apart from the competition. A Utah chain aims to do that by creating personalities for its stores through art.
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Former BYU marriage professor to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Jun 3rd - 8:00am
A former Brigham Young University professor who taught marriage preparation courses for more than 30 years will celebrate his 50th wedding anniversary on Friday.
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Council OKs bid for federal funding of Sugar House streetcar

Katie McKellar  |  posted Jun 3rd - 7:27am
Despite public protest and grumblings of funding uncertainties, the Salt Lake City Council voted Tuesday night to pledge a $3.1 million match to federal funding to extend the Sugar House Streetcar line.
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Charges filed in stabbing of roommate

Katie Larsen  |  posted Jun 3rd - 6:45am
A 22-year-old Magna man was charged with a second degree felony for stabbing his roommate in the back and chest.
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Utahns Thompson, Satterfield ready for X Games

Jeremiah Jensen  |  posted Jun 2nd - 10:48pm
Utah will be well represented in the X-Games, which open Thursday night on ESPN. Salt Lake City's Colton Satterfield and Delta native Nick Thompson are among the extreme sports athletes vying for gold in this year's competition.
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Police seek help in fraud case with victims across the country

Andrew Adams  |  posted Jun 2nd - 10:23pm
St. George Police were circulating surveillance images and seeking help from the public Tuesday to find a man suspected in a fraud and forgery investigation with victims across the country.
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