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Owner charged in deaths of 10 horses in Magna

SALT LAKE CITY — An Erda man is facing animal-cruelty charges after prosecutors say 10 of his horses died of dehydration when their water line failed in July.


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Convicted fraudster to pay $1.4 million to victims

SALT LAKE CITY  — A Provo man convicted of luring investors into believing he had salvage rights to materials from Geneva Steel has been ordered to pay


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'Hitler' woman in Rainbow stabbing gets jail time

HEBER CITY — A woman accused of stabbing a man at a forest gathering focused on peace and nonviolence has been ordered to nearly a year behind bars. The Salt


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Wasatch Front fraud duo enters guilty pleas

FARMINGTON — Two people who police said were responsible for a fraud spree throughout the state have entered guilty pleas to charges filed in Davis


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Hit-and-run victim's widow deals with the pain

FARMINGTON — When Stephanie Allred drives up to her ex-mother-in-law’s home in Clearfield, her children jump out of the car and race to the mobile


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Utah death row inmate loses another appeal

SALT LAKE CITY — A death row inmate convicted in the brutal killing of a woman 26 years ago has lost another appeal, this time at the Utah Supreme Court. The


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Second man pleads not guilty in Syracuse robbery

FARMINGTON — The second man accused of robbing a Dairy Queen in Syracuse entered a not guilty plea. Federico Urquijo, 20, appeared in court on Wednesday.


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Trials set for Ogden men accused of attempted murder

OGDEN — Two men accused of an attempted murder earlier this year will be put on trial concurrently in January. Julio Moyses Saucedo and Jose Amparo


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Sex offender gets third jail sentence in Ogden

OGDEN — A man who was uncooperative with sex offender treatment and violated his probation was sentenced Wednesday to just under a year in the Weber


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Judge avoids gay marriage discussion in USU forum

LOGAN — The federal judge whose ruling allowed gay couples to marry in Utah acknowledged he was ducking a question about the matter at a fireside chat at Utah


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