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MYTON, Utah (AP) — Tribal police are investigating a crash that left an ATV rider dead in Duchesne County. The Deseret News reports the ATV crashed into a truck about 4 a.m. today on U.S. 40 within the boundaries of the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation.

MOAB, Utah (AP) — Authorities say they have a suspect in the theft of a fossilized dinosaur footprint on public land in southeast Utah. A search and rescue team in Grant County has launched a search in the Colorado River near Moab for the ancient track that was cut last month from the sandstone on the Hell's Revenge Trail in the Sand Flats Recreation Area.

WEST POINT, Utah (AP) — Davis County sheriff's deputies have arrested two people after a standoff at a home in West Point. A SWAT team and the suspects negotiated for about four hours before five people surrendered on Saturday. Police arrested a male and a female on drug charges.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah Senate has approved a change in the state's abortion laws so that in cases where the woman's life is at risk she could undergo the procedure without first having to watch a state-mandated video on alternatives and read information about adoption. It passed the Senate on Friday and now awaits consideration in the House.

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