Sheriff Winder defends SL County Jail booking policy in tense media exchange
Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder defended the booking restriction policies of the county jail Friday in a passionate, sometimes tense discussion with reporters.
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Andy Larsen | Posted Feb 24th - 9:40pm
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Katie McKellar | Posted Feb 24th - 9:05pm
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Heather Simonsen | Posted Feb 24th - 8:07pm
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Dennis Romboy | Posted Feb 24th - 7:37pm
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Liesl Nielsen | Posted Feb 24th - 6:28pm
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David Wright and Tami Luhby, CNN | Posted Feb 24th - 5:51pm
Support for Obamacare is at an all-time high, according to two surveys released this week as Republican leaders continue to press the case for repeal amid fierce resistance at many town halls.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Feb 24th - 5:46pm
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Carter Williams | Posted Feb 24th - 5:38pm
State Route 210 in Little Cottonwood Canyon reopened Friday afternoon after an avalanche earlier in the day, authorities said.
Linda Williams | Posted Feb 24th - 5:12pm
A 14-year-old girl found severely injured in a dry canal bed one week ago is no longer in a medically induced coma, her family said Friday.
Jared Page | Posted Feb 24th - 5:10pm
The Utah House of Representatives voted 56-13 to support a bill requiring doctors to inform women who want a drug-induced abortion that it can be stopped if they change their minds after taking the first of two pills required in the procedure.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Feb 24th - 4:40pm
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McKenzie Romero and Sam Penrod | Posted Feb 24th - 3:27pm
An Orem man once convicted for murder in his wife's 2012 shooting death has been exonerated by a jury after the case sent to trial a second time.
Nancy Benac and Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press | Posted Feb 24th - 2:44pm
President Donald Trump unloaded on the news media Friday for using anonymous sources — just hours after members of his own staff insisted on briefing reporters only on condition their names be concealed.
Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 24th - 2:32pm
Utah has served as the backdrop for nearly 1,000 movies so there are bound to be some clunkers in the mix. This list looks at five films that bombed at the box office and, in some cases, ended careers.
Lynn Elber, Associated Press | Posted Feb 24th - 2:14pm
News organizations including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN and Politico were blocked from joining an informal, on the record White House press briefing on Friday.
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