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The HollyFrontier Refinery expansion is being challenged by Western Resource Advocates, which claims any increase in pollutants should not be allowed given the area's problems with air quality.
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Police chase vehicle over tarmac at SL airport

Pat Reavy  |  posted 4 minutes ago
A short but intense police chase went through part of the tarmac at Salt Lake International Airport early Monday morning.
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Goblin Valley State Park: A must-see hiking, exploring spot in Utah

Adam Provance, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 27th - 11:32am
Utah has a variety of beautiful mountain ranges and hills that make for a great pastime. If hiking is your thing, check KSL.com each Monday for the "Hike of the Week" to get new ideas of where you can go exploring.
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Police find 135 grams of meth during Price traffic stop

Geoff Liesik  |  posted Apr 27th - 10:21am
Three men were arrested Saturday after Price police say they found 135.9 grams of meth and nearly 16 grams of heroin in a car during a traffic stop.
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Spend less, enjoy more: 7 tips for a beautiful yard on a budget

by KSL Local  |  BrandView  
Big visual impact, big savings. These seven tips will help you spend less and enjoy your yard more.
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Homeowner chases intruders, fires warning shot

Linda Williams  |  posted Apr 27th - 9:59am
A homeowner chased two alleged intruders and fired a warning gunshot Monday morning in Holladay.
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Married drivers pay less for car insurance

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Apr 27th - 8:20am
Getting married leads to significantly cheaper car insurance premiums.
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Salt Lake City bishop named as new Santa Fe archbishop

KSL.com  |  posted Apr 27th - 7:56am
The Roman Catholic Church's bishop of Salt Lake City has been appointed the church's new archbishop for Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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5 stories you may have missed this weekend

Angela Treasure  |  posted Apr 27th - 7:36am
Here are five local stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
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Industrial fire closes part of Redwood Road

Shara Park  |  posted Apr 27th - 7:35am
Redwood Road reopened after being shut in North Salt Lake between Center Street and I-215 because of an industrial fire.
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SLCPD’s ‘SWAT School’ puts potential members through its paces

Mike Debernardo  |  posted Apr 26th - 10:55pm
The Salt Lake City Police Department's SWAT training program began this weekend before the sun came up.
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Nibley water still not safe to drink

KSL.com  |  posted Apr 26th - 10:40pm
Nibley's do not drink order is still in effect Sunday as the city works to make its water supply potable.
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Kaysville motorcyclist dies after colliding into semitruck on U.S. 40

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Apr 26th - 10:39pm
The Utah Highway Patrol reports that Conor Wilson, 23, of Kaysville, died in a Sunday crash while riding his motorcycle. The motorcycle slammed into the back of a slow moving semitrailer hauling a tanker.
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Minnesota woman in critical condition after 50-foot fall in Ogden canyon

Ben Dowsett  |  posted Apr 26th - 10:27pm
A woman was taken to a hospital via a life flight helicopter after a reported 50-foot fall Sunday in Waterfall Canyon near Ogden, police said.
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Utah's Tibetan community prays for those affected by Nepal quake

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Apr 26th - 10:25pm
Members of Utah's TIbetan community came together Sunday in prayer for those impacted by the devastating earthquake in Nepal. A leader of the Utah Tibetan Association says there are about 30,000 TIbetans in Nepal.
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Everyone is invited to the world's largest family reunion

Erin Adair, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 26th - 10:21pm
Thanks to family history technology, people can see how the are related to all 7 billion people on Earth. The world's largest family reunion is set for June 6, and everyone is invited.
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U. graduate students' net neutrality-themed video game goes viral

Allison Oligschlaeger  |  posted Apr 26th - 8:28pm
The thesis project of 12 University of Utah graduate students, a net neutrality-themed video game, has amassed more than 82,000 downloads and 500 reviews in a week.
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Orem father and daughter hiking Everest safe, separated

Sandra Yi  |  posted Apr 26th - 7:51pm
A man from Orem and his daughter on Mount Everest are reported to be safe, although they are separated at the moment.
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Man allegedly punches officer, arrested after fleeing

Allison Oligschlaeger  |  posted Apr 26th - 5:13pm
A West Valley police officer was injured Saturday after a man allegedly punched him in the face and then ran away.
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Family reflects on journey of 2 children with physical disabilities

Jen Jacobson  |  posted Apr 26th - 4:46pm
After struggling to conceive, Jeff and Brynn Homer realize their challenges don't end after conception. Despite their difficulties, the family keeps an optimistic eye towards the purpose of their children's lives.
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Four Utah counties invest $53 million in California port for coal, other exports

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Apr 26th - 1:09pm
Four counties in Utah secured a $53 million loan from the Community Impact Fund Board to secure access for an Oakland, California, port to ship coal and other commodities. The investment gives the counties nearly half the port's capacity.
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