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The focus of this year's annual Utah Gang Conference is getting back to basics.
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Fines, returned wages ordered for Utah construction companies

Ben Lockhart  |  posted 38 minutes ago
A five-year investigation into several Utah and Arizona construction companies resulted in repaid back wages and damages for more than 1,000 workers in the two states, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
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WVC leaders oppose officer's reinstatement, fight ruling in appeals court

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Apr 25th - 2:51pm
West Valley City went to the Utah Court of Appeals Wednesday to oppose reinstatement of Lt. John Coyle, who headed the police department's now defunct Neighborhood Narcotics Unit.
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First concert announced for Ogden Twilight concert series

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Apr 25th - 2:31pm
At last, the first band has been announced for the upcoming Ogden Twilight concert.
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Lawmaker emphasizes church, liberty in medical pot video

Michelle L. Price, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 25th - 1:27pm
After a failed first attempt to pass a medical marijuana law in conservative Utah, a Republican state senator is renewing his push for the bill in an online video where he invokes individual liberty, limited government and the memory of his grandfather, former Mormon church president Ezra Taft Benson.
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Cottonwood Heights mayor defends police search of drug database

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Apr 25th - 12:25pm
Cottonwood Heights Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore on Friday defended his police department's search of the state's prescription drug database that led to criminal charges against a United Fire Authority official and lawsuit against the city.
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Utah's 'big 3' college football teams highlight State of Sports Awards

Sean Walker  |  posted Apr 25th - 12:05pm
Utah State coach Matt Wells earned coach of the year, Utah football took home team of the year, and BYU quarterback Taysom Hill was the highlight of the year at the fourth annual Governor's State of Sport Awards this week.
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Poll: Utah Republicans widely undecided on favored presidential candidate

Lisa Riley Roche  |  posted Apr 25th - 11:25am
Now that Utah's favorite son Mitt Romney is no longer a candidate for president, "undecided" is the top choice of the state's Republicans in the party's 2016 nomination race.
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Derrick Favors is a star at a bargain

Ben Dowsett  |  posted Apr 25th - 10:50am
The Jazz's Derrick Favors had a near All-Star level season, but his contract situation going forward is a big part of what makes him so valuable to the team.
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Herbert, legislative leaders to DC to talk Medicaid

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Apr 25th - 10:25am
Gov. Gary Herbert and Republican legislative leaders are scheduled to meet with Obama administration officials in Washington, D.C., next week to talk about Medicaid expansion.
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Former wrestlers charged, assistant coach disciplined in Bountiful High hazing case

Ben Lockhart  |  posted Apr 25th - 9:55am
Two former Bountiful High School wrestlers have been charged in 2nd District Court and an assistant wrestling coach reprimanded by the school after an allegedly violent case of hazing on a team bus in December.
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Couple married 74 years dies hours apart in Salt Lake City

Katie McKellar  |  posted Apr 25th - 9:20am
A Salt Lake couple who had been married for more than 74 years both died on April 7, less than six hours apart. Marcus Yensen held the gates of heaven open so his wife, Madelyn, could walk in first, then he followed her, family members said.
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Third-graders learn the ABCs of managing money

Jasen Lee  |  posted Apr 25th - 8:35am
On Friday, third-graders at Guadalupe School in Salt Lake City got a lesson from two of Utah's top banking executives on the basics of money management in honor of National Teach Children to Save Day.
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Nibley water usable — but don't drink it yet

Ben Lockhart  |  posted Apr 24th - 10:19pm
Nibley residents who have endured more than 48 hours without usable running water can now use it around the house, but will have to wait before they can drink it again.
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Grocer buys special shopping cart for special needs family

Mike Anderson  |  posted Apr 24th - 9:49pm
Chrissy Masco was surprised by the quick response when she asked Lee's Marketplace to buy a shopping cart that could make life easier for her and other families.
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Utah boy with love for Hot Wheels to get own car design

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Apr 24th - 9:34pm
Ethan Carnesecca loves Mattel Hot Wheels. He recently spend three weeks in the hospital and clutched his toy cars the entire time. Word got out and people started sending him more. Mattel found out and is now planning to design Ethan his own car.
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From media to education, new BYU-I president out to make positive impact

Dave McCann  |  posted Apr 24th - 9:23pm
Clark Gilbert is settling into his new job as president of BYU-Idaho. But before he went north, he played a key role in keeping the Deseret News from "going south" and out of business.
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Six Utahns share stories from Boston Marathon

Arianne Brown  |  posted Apr 24th - 8:57pm
On April 18, over 27,000 runners toed the line of the 2015 Boston Marathon. Of those runners, 370 Utahns made the trip to this world-renowned event. Every runner had a story that led them to Boston. Here are stories from six of those Utah runners
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The state faces tough water use choices, Envision Utah survey says

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Apr 24th - 8:37pm
How willing are you to give up your lawn if it means saving water for your great-grandchildren to drink? Or will you pay more to ensure the latest water-saving technology is being used? A survey asks tough questions of Utah residents on water use.
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Utah Navy sailor helps rescue fishermen stuck at sea

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Apr 24th - 7:59pm
A Salt Lake City sailor stationed on a U.S. Navy flagship helped rescue five fishermen who were stuck adrift for three days, the U.S. Navy Office said.
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Diet Pepsi dropping aspartame because of customer concerns

Candice Choi, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 24th - 7:08pm
PepsiCo says it's dropping aspartame from Diet Pepsi in response to customer worries and replacing it with sucralose, another artificial sweetener commonly known as Splenda.
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