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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A high school that angered a Utah mom by leaving special education students out of a yearbook will now print an insert to include their photos. Leslee Bailey says the principal of the Blue Peak High School in Tooele called to apologize. Bailey says the insert page with the pictures of Amber Bailey and her 16 classmates will be available next week.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A new state report shows only three Utah law enforcement agencies reported using drones over the past year. The report released this week by the state Department of Public Safety is required under a 2014 law restricting police use of the unmanned aircraft without a warrant. The report shows most of the 28 reported flights from May 2014 to May 2015 were for test flights or used to gather images or video for promotional reasons.

HURRICANE, Utah (AP) — Police say they've arrested the driver involved in an apparent hit-and-run on a residential street in Hurricane who knew the pedestrian who died. Hurricane Police say authorities arrested 25-year-old Randahl Hill in connection with the fatal crash earlier. Police say Hill admitted to speeding off as the man fell off the hood of Hill's 1994 Mustang.

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Two former Navajo Nation lawmakers have pleaded no contest in a criminal case, avoiding a trial on charges that they used their positions to enrich their families financially. Jack Colorado and Harry Clark signed plea agreements with prosecutors Monday, the same day jury selection was to begin. They face jail time and probation.

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