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Ted Cruz ends presidential campaign, clearing the path for Donald Trump

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has ended his presidential campaign, clearing Donald Trump’s path to Republican nomination. Donald Trump has been projected as the winner of the Republican presidential primary in Indiana, according to exit polls and early returns.  


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Night boaters rally opposition to proposed Pineview curfew

Noise, trash and other pressures have prompted the Weber County Sheriff’s Office to pursue a boat ban from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.


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Large-scale bomber and fighter aircraft training happening at Hill AFB

Unusual planes being seen in the skies over northern Utah are part of a combat exercise held at Hill Air Force Base.


Police & Fire

Layton man agrees to plea deal in 2014 child sex abuse case

Brian E. Quintana pleaded guilty to one count of attempted sodomy on a child, a first-degree felony, in the 2nd District Court of Farmington on May 2.   


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Davis School District pays $10K for 'drunk goggles' injuries

Thirteen-year-old Kylie Nielsen’s left ankle was broken in multiple places during an alcohol impairment simulation exercise in a health class in 2014, the Kaysville teen’s parents, Andrew and Camille Nielsen, said in a $275,000 2nd District Court civil lawsuit filed March 31.


Police & Fire

Crash with school bus and semi on Shepard Lane blocks ramps to U.S. 89

There were no students on board and no injuries were reported. 


Environment

See Antelope Island's adorable new bison calves

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources released photos from Antelope Island State Park Monday, May 2, of this year’s bison calves. 


Courts

DUI blood draws by UHP troopers now commonplace

UHP troopers state-certified in phlebotomy use such blood draws for evidence, a method questioned by some as an unreliable, evidence-focused tool for law enforcement.


Environment

Utah's population growth questionable without Great Salt Lake, researcher says

Air quality, water availability and just plain beauty are all factors that are hard to put a price tag on but come at huge cost if the Great Salt Lake dries up from human water diversions.


Local

Ogden family gets the ultimate baby shower after quadruplets leave hospital

The quadruplets, who were born nearly two months premature, were released from McKay-Dee Hospital last week. On Monday, the Valencia family got a boost from Clearfield-based Lifetime Products.


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