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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — UDOT has launched a new system that allows people to use their smartphones to track the location of snowplows in their area. The Automated Vehicle Locator system provides locations for more than 500 snowplows on the state's highways and freeways. It does not include county and city snowplow information on local roads.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The criminal case against a Duchesne County elected official charged with misdemeanor assault in an altercation at the county offices has been resolved. The Salt Lake Tribune reports County Recorder Shelley Brennan pleaded no contest to the charge yesterday. The judge agreed to dismiss the charge in a year if Brennan obeys all laws and pays a $300 court fee.

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Robert Stein made three field goals as Akron earned its first victory in a bowl, 23-21 over Utah State yesterday in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl in Boise. Utah State mounted a comeback behind quarterback Chuckie Keeton's touchdown pass to Hunter Sharp with 1:12 remaining to pull to 23-21. But Akron recovered the onside kick and then stopped one final play by Utah State as time expired.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Jordan Loveridge scored 14 points as No. 24 Utah romped past Delaware State 105-58 last night. The Utes led from start to finish in the lopsided meeting. Delaware State simply didn't have the talent to match a Utah team that advanced to the Sweet 16 last March and beat then-7th ranked Duke on Saturday.

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