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Queer Elephants

Some Republican candidates argue they are the better state lawmakers for gay rights.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Oct 26,2010 - Not only did a gay-rights bills fail to get a hearing during the 2010 Legislature—that’s normal—the expected supporters among Democrats abandoned the gay community ...

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Salt Lake County Council At-Large

Canyon Conscious: City Weekly tests the canyon IQs of Holly Mullen & Richard Snelgrove.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 26,2010 - Salt Lake County’s canyons are in the playbooks of most politicians as “wonders” or “hidden gems” worth protecting at all costs ...

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The Faces of Rape

A seven-year fight puts a serial rapist behind bars.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Oct 20,2010 - When “Laila” went to a Salt Lake City hospital to report she had been raped, a counselor told her that in Utah, “You get in more trouble selling a bag of weed than raping a woman.”

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Killed For Custody

A custody battle ends with a mother’s murder.

By Carolyn Campbell
POSTED // Oct 6,2010 - Since Nikitina had borrowed Hernandez’s car that day, he told police who he was and that his fiancee may have been in an accident driving his car. The officer told Hernandez, “Your fiancee has been shot."

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Weed Goes West

Utahns search for their American Dream in California’s marijuana “Green Rush.”

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Sep 29,2010 - Since moving to California about one year ago, “Zeke” has not shed his fear of police raiding his business, sending him to jail and tarnishing his reputation.

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What You Don't Know About Your Doctor Could Hurt You

Why overburdened Utah regulators can’t keep the (bad) doctors away.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Sep 22,2010 - The bad news, Douglas Hudson was told in August 2007 was that Hudson’s colonoscopy showed he would need surgery...

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Utah Highway Patrol's DUI Super Trooper Lisa Steed

Imbibing, then driving? Better stay out of Steed's way.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 8,2010 - Lisa Steed is setting records and earning accolades from peers, bosses and even legislators for her DUI enforcement, but her tactics may push their own legal boundaries.

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Steam Dream: Utah's Geothermal Energy Potential

Utah tempts entrepreneurs with its trifecta of renewable energy sources.

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Sep 1,2010 - It’s the kind of thing that’s “hiding in plain sight.” Most renewable-energy sources are so obvious and abundant, they're almost invisible.

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All Warm, Some Naked: Utah's Hot Springs

Into Hot Water: Utah's love/hate relationship with its natural hot springs.

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Aug 25,2010 - Above, you can almost see the stars rotate as the night passes. The winter air is freezing, but it doesn’t matter. Your body is suspended in 100-degree water...

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Pregnant Pause at the Pregnancy Resource Center

The Pregnancy Resource Center wants Utah women to stop and think before they abort.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Aug 11,2010 - When 23-year-old Jackie found out she was pregnant six years ago, she was excited. “I knew that the life inside me was a growing child,” she recalls.
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