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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A teenager accused of bringing a loaded gun to his northern Utah high school to open fire on other students has been charged with four misdemeanor weapons violations. Authorities say the teenager was angry after hearing rumors circulating about him and planned to shoot a former girlfriend and others at Fremont High School in Plain City on Dec. 1.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Nearly 50,000 people in Utah have signed up for health coverage through the federal online marketplace this season. U.S. Health and Human Services Department figures released today show about half of those who signed up are new customers. The rest had signed up late last year or earlier this year for coverage in 2014.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Federal wildlife officials say they'll compare the DNA of a gray wolf accidently shot in central Utah with that of a wolf spotted wandering near the Grand Canyon this year. U.S. Fish and Wildlife spokesman Steve Segin says officials won't speculate if the 3-year-old female northern gray wolf killed Sunday is the same female gray wolf seen roaming the Grand Canyon and nearby forest months ago.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former Utah TV pitchman accused of kicking an owl while riding his motorized paraglider says he'll allow authorities to search his home for guns as a condition of his pretrial release. But Dell "Super Dell" Schanze (SHAHN'-zee) called the inspection unconstitutional and says he feels exposed without his weapons. A judge said today if Schanze doesn't comply with the search tomorrow, he could be arrested.
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