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Former Sunset Mayor wants to be a councilman

Chad Bangerter

SUNSET — It has been less than two years since Chad Bangerter served as mayor of Sunset, a position he opted not to seek re-election for after serving one full four-year term. But sitting...

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For 2nd year, Mormon LGBT group's bid to join parades denied

SALT LAKE CITY — For the second straight year, organizers of two of Utah’s most popular parades have rejected a Mormon LGBT group’s request to...


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Group linked to billionaire Koch brothers opens Utah chapter

SALT LAKE CITY — The main political advocacy group for the libertarian Koch brothers has opened a chapter in Utah, though it will likely stay out of elections...


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Pleasant View council wants transportation tax on ballot

PLEASANT VIEW — The city council has approved a resolution supporting the concept for a transportation tax to be placed on the ballot. Councilman Scott...


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Provo police chief calls for expanded Medicaid to help fight

PROVO — A Utah police chief is calling on state lawmakers to accept federal funding to expand Medicaid as a way to fight crime. Provo Police Chief John King...


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I-15 pedestrian bridge work continues in Centerville

CENTERVILLE — Traffic patterns for motorists will change in Centerville beginning Wednesday night as crews continue work on the I-15 Parrish Lane pedestrian...




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Utah soon enforcing new felony and misdemeanor laws

SALT LAKE CITY – The 2015 legislative session made significant changes to reclassify felony and misdemeanor charges in the state. House Bill 348, sponsored...


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Stakeholders brainstorm ways to strengthen College Town bonds

OGDEN — Sometimes, longtime married partners need to renew their vows and refresh their commitment to each other. Such is the case with Ogden and Weber State...


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Former Sunset Mayor wants to be a councilman

SUNSET — It has been less than two years since Chad Bangerter served as mayor of Sunset, a position he opted not to seek re-election for after serving...


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VIDEO: Michelle Obama Packs a Punch in New Video

First Lady Michelle Obama tweeted a video of herself working out on Tuesday to help promote her #GimmeFive fitness campaign. In the thirty second clip, Obama jumps...


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Utah lawmaker working on police body camera rules

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah needs to set standards so police know when to turn on body cameras, who they should film and how long they should keep video, a state...


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For 2nd year, Mormon LGBT group's bid to join parades denied

SALT LAKE CITY — For the second straight year, organizers of two of Utah’s most popular parades have rejected a Mormon LGBT group’s request to...


Group linked to billionaire Koch brothers opens Utah chapter

SALT LAKE CITY — The main political advocacy group for the libertarian Koch brothers has opened a chapter in Utah, though it will likely stay out of elections...