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Senator Orrin Hatch and General Michael Hayden on the Doug Wright Show

By smith.cassie at 08/31/2016 1:48 pm         
Senator Orrin Hatch and and General Michael Hayden, former director of the CIA and NSA, talk to Doug Wright about Utah's role in national security after a conference with law enforcement leaders in the state.

Ex-CIA chief: major presidential candidates unworthy, unbalanced

By kslpetersamore at 08/31/2016 12:03 pm         
Russian hacks of two states’ election databases don’t nearly scare former CIA Director Michael Hayden as much as Donald Trump.

Officers in fair condition after crash

By kslpetersamore at 08/31/2016 8:15 am         
They were just trying to help, but two Salt Lake City police officers crash into one another, tying up a busy intersection.

Tump visiting Mexico's President, then outlining his immigration policy in Arizona

By rjeppesen at 08/31/2016 7:41 am         
ABC's Jim Ryan joined Brian and Amanda on Utah's Morning News to talk about Donald Trump's surprise visit to the President of Mexico ahead of his much talked about immigration speech in Phoenix.

Ogden police: gangs have "ISIS mindset"

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 08/31/2016 5:57 am         
Ogden police are calling out city gang members, saying the groups are violent and officers will continue to target them.

Donald Trump's campaign manager blasted Mitt Romney for serving religious mission instead of military service

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 08/31/2016 5:52 am         
Donald Trump's new campaign chief may be regretting an interview from four years the Republican nominee tries to make gains in Utah.

Former Brighton Bengal accused of rape

By kslcleon at 08/30/2016 6:20 pm         
Osa Masina's college football career has been put on hold because a woman has accused him of rape. Masina hasn't been charged, but Deseret News reporter Amy Donaldson says he's being investigated in two cities. (Photo: KSL)

A delay in food stamp fraud case against FLDS Church leader

By PaulNelson at 08/30/2016 6:16 pm         
Attorneys for both sides say they need more time to find and to process evidence. Meanwhile, we're getting a glimpse into how attorneys will defend church leaders.

President Obama grants commutation to 111 more drug offenders

By DaveCawley at 08/30/2016 5:15 pm         
The White House says President Obama has granted commutations to hundreds of prison inmates in August. They were all sentenced under stringent federal guidelines that have since been changed. University of Utah law professor Michael Teter played a role in one of those cases and shared his thoughts with Jeff Caplan. Photo credit: Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

Task force created to find arsonist in Davis County

By PaulNelson at 08/30/2016 12:58 pm         
Fire agencies and law enforcement units are banding together to try and track down the person responsible for setting fires over the past six months in Farmington and Centerville.