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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Search teams and cadaver dogs will return to the Salt Lake County landfill tonight to look for Lori Hacking's body.
The 27-year-old has been missing since July 19th and is presumed dead. Police believe her husband, Mark Hacking, shot her while she slept, then disposed of her body, the gun and the mattress.
He's in jail charged with murder.
Today, Lori Hacking's mother, Thelma Soares, will present a check to the University of Utah's business school that will go to a scholarship in Lori Hacking's name. Hacking graduated from the school with a degree in management.
The money for the fund is money that was donated to the Lori Hacking Memorial Fund at Wells Fargo Bank. The exact amount of the check was not immediately released.
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