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Students: U Should Divest from Fossil-fuel

Student govt. will vote on resolution

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Mar 20,2013 - A student resolution under discussion by the University of Utah’s student government argues that fossil-fuel-driven climate change results in 400,000 deaths globally every year. The resolution’s critics argue that billions are kept warm and fed because of fossil fuels.

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Prison Made

From convicted murderer to in-house prison reformer, Paul Payne's not done fighting for his life

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Feb 28,2013 - Paul Payne was 16 the first time he was locked up. Payne was being held in a juvenile detention center for a spree of car break-ins in his hometown of Colorado Springs, Colo.

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Greg Bell Audit Under Investigation

Audit led to tensions between Lt. Gov, CPS

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Feb 20,2013 - In late 2012, Palmer DePaulis, executive director of the Department of Human Services, decided to retire after 20 years in high-profile positions for the state.

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Reluctant AG Nominee Dee Smith

Learning harsh realities of Utah politics

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Feb 6,2013 - In late December 2011, Weber County Attorney Dee Smith received a call from Steve Olsen, chair of the Weber Democratic Party.

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Who Deserves Health Care?

UT lawmakers will decide whose lives matter

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jan 30,2013 - “What’s the good word?” Fourth Street Clinic physician assistant Joel Hunt asks Calvin Davis in the lobby of the Sunrise Metro public-housing complex.

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The Lawful Use of Force

District, County attorneys struggle when ruling on officer-involved shootings

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jan 23,2013 - Before Kristine Biggs took Morgan County deputies on a high-speed chase in November 2012, Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings hadn’t had much trouble in ruling the seven officer-involved shootings that had landed on his desk

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Homeland Insecurity

Immigrant mother struggles to find a safe place for her kids

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jan 2,2013 - Ana Canenguez wanted to kill herself when she was 7 years old. But, even on tiptoes, she couldn’t quite reach a tin of rat poison on a shelf at the back of a street-corner shack where she lived in Santa Elena, El Salvador.

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Ignore Me No More

Angela Alexander helped put her rapist boyfriend behind bars, but cops say she's no hero

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Nov 28,2012 - Every morning when Angela Alexander showers, she sees in the mirror the marks Helaman Pragana left on her body. Two long scars down her back recall the time her former partner dragged her back into their house

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Lane Heaps: Long Goodbye

Death of ex-cop points to need for services

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Nov 14,2012 - When Lane Heaps was a graveyard patrol cop, he found an elderly transient crying under the freeway. An unidentified assailant had sliced her cheeks so deeply that “you could see her tonsils.”

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An Audit they Couldn't Refuse

To help a church friend, Utah Lt. Gov. Greg Bell put DCFS on the hot seat

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Oct 17,2012 - On Jan. 18, 2012, at the end of a long day of medical testimony, “John Doe” took the stand in 2nd District juvenile courtroom in Farmington.
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