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Female firefighter's suit: Males walked around nude

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CLINTON — A woman who worked for the Clinton Fire Department for five years has filed a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and discrimination. Shelley Drescher filed the suit through her

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Female firefighter's suit: Males walked around nude

CLINTON — A woman who worked for the Clinton Fire Department for five years has filed a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and discrimination. Shelley


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Ogden judge denies Valdes fMRI testimony

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Trial set for Utah doctor charged in ex-wife's death

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Former judge defending ex-West Valley officer

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Utah attorney seeks video of 1995 Oklahoma City bombing

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Some financial crime suspects get to avoid jail cells

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Injured drivers win appeal against Ogden contractor

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Lessons gained from Stewart shooting review

OGDEN — Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force agents arriving at Matthew David Stewart's home initially believed the warrant they were serving to be routine. It


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Female firefighter's suit: Males walked around nude

CLINTON — A woman who worked for the Clinton Fire Department for five years has filed a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and discrimination. Shelley...


Ogden judge denies Valdes fMRI testimony

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