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Utah Attorney General may charge employer who owes workers $1.6 million

Unpaid Fury: Unpaid wage claims have increased 87 percent since 2005.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Jan 5,2011 - The Utah Attorney General’s Office convicted the former owner of Utah video game design company Sensory Sweep Studios in December ...

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HEAL Utah Maps A Clean-Energy Future

Anti-nuclear advocates have charted a workable plan for getting Utah onto clean energy.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Jan 4,2011 - For politicians, the phrase “green and clean” is so overused, it is as renewable as geothermal hot air. Meanwhile, activists worry politicians are for “green and clean” energy only after every last fossil fuel has been dug up and burned.

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Antonella Packard to Lead Conservative Latinos

La Rasa Republicans: Somos Republicans to engage Hispanics.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Dec 28,2010 - If you didn’t know that LDS Church founder Joseph Smith’s teachings have direct bearing on the DREAM Act, then you haven’t thought about the scriptures the way Antonella Packard has.

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PETA Suing U of U Over Public-Records Dispute

PETA claims public documents were withheld, fee charged unreasonable.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 28,2010 - PETA is targeting the University of Utah, saying the school has refused for more than a year to turn over public documents related to research in which about 166,000 animals are laboratory test subjects.

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South Salt Lake DUI Checkpoint Gets a Judicial Drubbing

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Dec 22,2010 - On May 21, 2010, at 11 p.m., officers from South Salt Lake Police Department and the Utah Highway Patrol set up traffic cones in the rain ...

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So many need to go to rehab, but Gov. Herbert’s budget says no, no, no.

Governor's proposed budget sets aside no money for Drug Offender Reform Act

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 21,2010 - Gerald Crawford is a methamphetamine addict—sober now for just three months—who recently passed through what he calls “the gates of hell.”

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Records Committee Denies Request to Make UDOT Texts Public

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Dec 15,2010 - On Dec. 9, the state records committee denied Salt Lake Tribune reporter Robert Gehrke’s request to make public the text messages sent between contractor Guy Wadsworth and a female Utah Department of Transportation employee.

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Dog Owners Refuse to Roll Over to Tanner Park Off-Leash Restrictions

The fight over Parley's Nature Park is only getting louder.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 15,2010 - When the Salt Lake Valley’s dog-owning community barks, politicians notice. The community’s most recent battle over new off-leash restrictions ...

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KRCL: Party People

KRCL 90.9 looks at soirees to raise funds.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 8,2010 - It was a difficult legacy to match: KRCL 90.9 FM general manager Donna Land Maldanado, who retired in 2009, had served the station for 30 years.

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Bill to Fight Affinity Fraud Faces Early Challenges

Uncle Scam: Legislators try to pin down fraudsters who use influence, shared traits.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Dec 7,2010 - Shysters come in all shapes, sizes, religious affiliations, professions and ethnicities—that’s what Keith Woodwell, director of the Utah Division of Securities, told the sentencing commission on Dec. 1.
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