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Deseret News

55 N 300 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84101   Directions

(801) 575-5600

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Thousands say farewell to fallen Utah firefighter in emotional ceremony
08/20/2018 10:05am

Thousands of family members, friends and firefighters from across Utah gathered at the Maverik Center on Monday for a 2 1/2...

Primary 2018: Officials note smooth process thus far
06/26/2018 8:04pm

Utahs elections office says no problems have been reported at polling stations across the state during Tuesdays primary...

Two Republicans suing party, officials claiming accommodations not made for their disabilities
04/30/2018 1:55pm

Two Republicans are suing both the state and Utah County GOP, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and others in federal court, claiming they...

Was 'brutal' Duchesne County beating death recorded?
04/30/2018 1:35pm

Police investigating the beating death of a Duchesne County woman allegedly by five people are trying to determine if the...

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski's budget proposes $25M extra for police, streets, housing
04/30/2018 1:20pm

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskuspski released her annual budget proposal Monday, outlining how the city would spend an...

KSTU-TV 13 - FOX

5020 Amelia Earhart Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84116   Directions

(801) 536-1313

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Serrano Lime Grilled Chicken Thighs with Avocado and Scallions
05/24/2019 1:05pm

Serves 4 cup lime juice 1 serrano chile, minced 4 garlic cloves, minced 1 teaspoon sugar cup soy sauce 2 tablespoons Worcestershire cup plus 1 tablespoon olive oil, divided 1 pound boneless skinless chicken thighs 2 limes, halved 2 avocados, halved and pitted 3 bunches scallions Kosher salt Flakey sea salt Aleppo pepper cup cilantro, coarsely chopped For Chicken: Combine the first 6 ingredients in a large bowl with cup olive oil.

SLC police cleared in use of deadly force in November 2018 death of Cody Belgard
05/24/2019 12:30pm

SALT LAKE CITY Four officers and a detective with the Salt Lake City Police Department will not face criminal charges for their use of deadly force in the November 2018 death of Cody Belgard. In short, paying careful attention to the facts and circumstances of this case, and considering the totality of the evidence and reasonable inferences to be withdrawn therefrom, we conclude that Detective Chow, and Officer Masters, Sorenson, Sanders and Silvas use of deadly force likely falls

Utah judge suspended for making anti-Trump comments
05/24/2019 11:34am

SALT LAKE CITY The Utah Supreme Court has upheld discipline against a Taylorsville judge who made anti-Trump comments. In a ruling handed down on Friday, the states top court said six months without pay was an appropriate penalty for Taylorsville Justice Court Judge Michael Kwan. Judge Kwan faced an investigation for comments he made in 2017 that the Court said appeared to demean a defendant and President Trump. And I did not call, but I plan on when I

Tooele Police ask for public’s help identifying man in voyeurism case
05/24/2019 11:30am

TOOELE, Utah Tooele Police hope someone can help them identify a man wanted for questioning in a voyeurism case. A Tooele PD spokesman said the voyeurism was reported Tuesday evening at a Deseret Industries store. Police said an unidentified male stuck a cellphone into a stall in the womens bathroom at the store. Anyone with information on the person or the vehicle in the photos above is urged to call Det. Ross Mableson at 435-882-8900 or Tooele County Dispatch

Human composting is now legal in Washington, and this company will help you do it
05/24/2019 10:43am

SEATTLE The composting of human remains just became legal in Washington, and Katrina Spades company is helping people making their final resting places green. You just get to return to nature. We want our last gesture on earth to align with the way we tried to live our lives, Spade said. In 2014, Spadelaunched a non-profit called The Urban Death Project. Her goal is to give people a natural alternative from cremation and burial: human composting. On Wednesday, Washington

KTVX-TV 4 - ABC

2175 W 1700 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84104   Directions

(801) 975-4444

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KUTV 2 - CBS

299 Main St
Salt Lake City, UT 84111   Directions

(801) 839-1234

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My Utah Journals

4001 S 700 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84107   Directions

(801) 264-6649

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Holladay and Millcreek set to collaborate on 3900 South reconstruction
05/23/2019 4:29pm

3900 South is getting a makeover. Original article published at The City Journals

Investigation Complete: Do Draper City Councilors Have a Conflict of Interest with Proposed Draper Mountain Development?
05/23/2019 3:55pm

The city contracted a lawyer to investigate whether certain city council members should recuse themselves from the approval process. Original article published at The City Journals

VIDEO: Holladay Officially Opens Knudsen Park with Ribbon Cutting
05/22/2019 5:31pm

Check out these scenes from the citys ribbon cutting ceremony. Original article published at The City Journals

Verizon names Taylorsville a Top 10 city to open small business
05/20/2019 2:53pm

Verizon names Taylorsville a Top-10 city in America for opening a new small business, at the same time other successful businesses in the city are making this a record year for sales tax revenue.Original article published at The City Journals

Cottonwood High Robotics Team competes in nationals
05/20/2019 12:54pm

Cottonwood High Robotics team made up of 90 percent refugees from seven countries, successfully competes at the International First Robotics competition in April.Original article published at The City Journals

Salt Lake Magazine

515 S 700 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84102   Directions

(801) 485-5100

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Park Silly Market Expect 200,000 People this Summer
05/23/2019 6:08pm

The Park Silly Market comes out of hibernation for its thirteenth year on Sunday, June 2. More than 200,000 people are expected to join in the madness this summer as local artisans, chefs, musicians and performers transform Main Street into a boisterous festival ground every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. To 5:00 p.m. Revelers should be

Kimball Junction What Are We to Do With You?
05/23/2019 5:58pm

Start your day in Kimball Junction with an espresso from Park City Coffee Roasters. Follow with a stop at Smiths for some dinner provisions before a spin class at the Basin Rec Field House and a slice of pizza from Maxwells. The distance covered among all those stops is less than three quarters of a

Hearth and Hill is Park City’s New Favorite Restaurant
05/23/2019 5:53pm

Far from Historic Main Street, a new restaurant row is gaining momentum in Park City. Kimball Junction has long been home to a few underappreciated local mainstays and a few too many chain restaurants but a new culinary expansion is taking root and transforming the area. Hearth and Hill, serving contemporary American cuisinewhich in this

The Exile of Jean Baptiste
05/23/2019 5:47pm

In the late 1850s a man named Jean Baptiste drifted into Salt Lake City. The immigrant found a job as the citys gravedigger. In 1862, a flap over the body of a local troublemaker named Moroni Clawson, led investigators to the grave digger. They discovered Baptiste had been stealing clothes and jewelry from the bodies

Post Proposition 2 We’re in Cannabis Chaos
05/23/2019 5:38pm

Rockys Way Or the Highway Former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Proposition 2 supporters that could bring both efforts to legalize medical marijuanaProposition 2 and the replacement bill, H.B. 3001crashing down. Anderson is asking Utahs Third District Court to restore Proposition 2s larger, market-led system that resembles

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