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Crazy Maker: Man Accused of Stealing Bus Transfers Loses Home, Sanity

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Nov 23,2010 - Simply being accused of stealing a book of Utah Transit Authority bus transfers has kept Mark Yowell in jail for three months—and if he’s released, he’ll be homeless ...

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Who Did 'It Gets Better' Best?

By Rachel Piper
POSTED // Nov 16,2010 - City Weekly announces a contest to find the Best "It Gets Better" video. Prizes will go to the Utahn who reassured depressed queer kids the best!

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Male Victims of Domestic Violence Participate in Support Group

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Nov 16,2010 - Men who have been victims of abusive relationships now have a support group created by a therapist trying to expand the discussion about what constitutes domestic violence and who its victims are ...

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In This Week: Zombie Readers

MediaOne caught fudging its niche numbers.

By Josh Loftin
POSTED // Nov 12,2010 - The cover of the Sept. 30 In This Week showed a growling zombie, which promoted a story about the rise of the walking undead in pop culture ...

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Sophie's Choice

Sandy's two-dog limit creates hard choices for a three-dog family, but it could be worse.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Nov 10,2010 - Moxie, Luna and Shayde collectively weigh about 40 pounds—even soaking wet with jackets on—and yet these little lap dogs are too much for a Sandy city ordinance that limits families to two

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Envision Ogden: State Investigating Campaign Finance Scandal

The investigation was once closed, but is reopened. What does it mean for Mayor Matthew Godfrey?

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Nov 9,2010 - When several businesses and organizations gave money to Envision Ogden, they believed their money would be used to attract outdoor businesses, not politics.

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Utah's Management & Training Corporation's role in Ariz. immigration law

Tougher immigration laws mean more detentions and bigger contracts for prison companies.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Nov 3,2010 - Many people suspect that backroom deals and corporate interests influence public policy, and rarely are those backroom negotiations exposed to the public.

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Blame Canada

Utah Consumer Protection spots a rash of marketing frauds from the north.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Nov 3,2010 - When state Sen. Gene Davis, D-Salt Lake City, received a check for $1,240 in the mail Oct. 28, he wasn’t exactly jumping with joy. The check was an advance for Davis to become a mystery shopper ...

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SLC Bike Cop, Summit Sheriff Candidate Accused of Harassing Homeless

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 20,2010 - As a candidate for Summit County Sheriff, Dax Shane speaks out against a famous speed trap in Park City because “people feel they are being preyed upon ...

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Animal Rights Activist Pays the Price of Grand Jury Resistance

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Oct 20,2010 - To see what consequences may follow, grand jury resisters can look at 23-year-old Salt Lake City animal-rights activist Jordan Halliday, who may return to prison ...
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