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Four more months in jail for man guilty of child porn charges

Shane Parke Lloyd

FARMINGTON — A man convicted of downloading and viewing child pornography for at least three years was sentenced Tuesday in 2nd District Court and will spend about four more months in the Davis

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Former judge defending ex-West Valley officer

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former federal judge and University of Utah law professor will help defend a former West Valley City detective charged with manslaughter.


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Utah trial begins in case over Oklahoma City bombing

SALT LAKE CITY — The FBI has done a thorough search of its archives and found no evidence that more Oklahoma City bombing videos exist, federal attorneys told


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Utah attorney seeks video of 1995 Oklahoma City bombing

OKLAHOMA CITY — One man’s quest to explain his brother’s mysterious jail cell death 19 years ago has rekindled long-dormant questions about


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Some financial crime suspects get to avoid jail cells

The Top of Utah is no stranger to accusations of high-profile crime. In March, South Weber Councilman Michael Poff was charged with communications fraud for


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Injured drivers win appeal against Ogden contractor

SALT LAKE CITY -- A case of confusion in an Ogden construction zone that resulted in injury will have its day in court.  The Utah Court of Appeals reversed


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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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Man pleads guilty to multiple bank robberies

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A man has pleaded guilty to robbing banks and credit unions in Wyoming and Utah. Thirty-eight-year-old James Pearson Thain pleaded guilty to


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Gang spat led to fatal Roy shooting

OGDEN -- Details of the night Ruben Nava allegedly shot and killed a man at a party over gang disputes are beginning to surface. Nava is charged with the murder of


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Nude sunbather shocks Farmington neighbors

FARMINGTON -- A man who claimed he could sunbathe in the nude in his own backyard appeared in court for his first hearing fully clothed.  Myron Lee Kipp, 76,


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Families win lawsuit over SLC couple's kayaking death

SALT LAKE CITY — A jury has faulted state and local agencies in the 2010 deaths of a Utah married couple kayaking in the Jordan River. Family members of


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