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The Real Deal

From underdog to goliath and back again, the Real Salt Lake brotherhood is still fighting for the perfect game

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Nov 6,2013 - At halftime of the last game of the 2013 Major League Soccer season, a furious Jason Kreis stormed into his team’s locker room. Perched, as always, on the right edge of the team’s bench, Real Salt Lake’s head coach

News Articles

Swallow Involved in Attempt to Bring Ward to Utah

Utah AG had served on same anti-porn board as the U.S. attorney

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Oct 23,2013 - At a Jan. 11, 2013, federal court hearing before Judge David Nuffer, embattled St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson told the court that he would plead guilty to bank fraud and money laundering,

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Cottonwood Heights Tensions Flare Again

As mayoral election approaches, cries of police harassment grow louder

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Oct 3,2013 - Four times a year, the Cottonwood Heights Police Department conducts undercover alcohol stings on bars and places that sell alcohol, including Lani Roberts’ 7-Eleven franchise on the busy corner of Wasatch Boulevard

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Hard Candy

After her husband developed cancer, Debra Williamson became an angel of medical marijuana —and, under Utah law, a drug dealer

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 25,2013 - The night Gary Williamson lost his battle with cancer, he asked his wife, Debra, “Do you have any idea how much I love you?” Then he said, “Don’t forget about Mike. And don’t stumble.”

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One Way Street

Prostitutes who want to leave the life have nowhere to go.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Aug 21,2013 - Experimental treatment programs at a private clinics to quit heroin.

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Line of Fire

Death threats against Utah cops, prosecutors

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jul 3,2013 - In early April, Ogden City Police Department issued a law-enforcement-only bulletin that local white supremacist groups had threatened to target and kill Utah law enforcement and prosecuting attorneys.

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A History of Violence

The ugly truths of domestic violence are lost in Utah's bureaucratic squabbling and focus on the family

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jun 26,2013 - In summer 2012, directors of Utah’s domestic-violence shelters, desperate for money to keep their doors open, formed a committee that would represent them and the battered women and children who seek their help.

Green Guide

Green Guide 2013: The Air Issue

Lawmakers do little to clean up chunky air

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Apr 17,2013 - January 2013 catapulted Utah onto the world stage—for all the wrong reasons. An oppressive smog extended from Provo, across Salt Lake City, and north to Logan. Only driving up to Park City afforded escape.

Green Guide

Green Guide 2013: Wind Farms

Rural Utah's new cash crop

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Apr 17,2013 - In 1999, Andy Swapp bought a small farm outside Milford, in central Utah. When he plowed a field, the tail end of the Santa Ana winds, he says, picked up the topsoil and “sand-blasted the paint off the side of the barn.”

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A Lesson in Change

Principal Ike Spencer and his faculty show what it takes to turn around a struggling west-side school

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Apr 3,2013 - In his first weeks as principal at West Lake Junior High, Ike Spencer learned that student gang members controlled a certain hallway, preventing other kids from using it.
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