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Mothers' Love

2 women's fear for their children led them to Sonia Orozco

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Oct 19,2011 - Sonia Orozco’s alleged victims extend further than people she met through the Midvale Boys & Girls Club. Two women, distantly related, allege they were both victims of Orozco five years ago. Both women still live with the consequences of trusting the well-known Latino youth advocate with their money and their security.

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Blood Sport

Brutal games in the MMA world

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 21,2011 - When Mike Stidham announced his plans to revamp his mixed martial arts cable show, The Ultimate Combat Experience, he told the fighters, several of whom were felons...

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The House Greg Built

Inside the Pete Suazo Athletic Commission

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 21,2011 - When Rep. Greg Hughes, R-Draper, asked Bill Colbert to be the director of the Pete Suazo Utah Athletic Commission, even Hughes’ wife told Colbert, “Don’t do this.”

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Boxing's Rising Son

Jose Haro: Putting Utah on the Map

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 21,2011 - When Jose Haro came out to the ring on a windswept Saturday night at the Utah State Fairgrounds, he was wearing a sombrero and poncho and waving two flags, one American, the other Mexican.

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Battling Brothers

Espinozas Pursue MMA Glory

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 21,2011 - When Augustin Espinoza and his older brother Mario came to Utah from Vera Cruz, Mexico, their dream was to fight.

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Murder vs. Self-defense

Some say cops get off easy

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Aug 23,2011 - When Steve Strate walked up the stairs from the basement of his mother-in-law’s Orem rambler on Oct. 25, 2009, he put his .380 handgun on the porch and called 911. In a cool tone, he informed the operator he had just killed his brother-in-law, Marvin Sidwell. “He came at me with a damned chair.”

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Immigrant Goal

Utahns fight for their soccer dreams

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jul 27,2011 - When Nelson Gonzalez handed over his passport to an immigration officer at the Atlanta international airport, the man asked him why, if he were coming for a week-long tryout with Real Salt Lake, did he have a three-month tourist visa?

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Real's Jean Alexandre

Living his father's dream

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jul 27,2011 - In late 2008, Real Salt Lake flew Jean-Marc Alexandre and his father to Utah to check out the stadium and the team. Alexandre was fielding offers from several teams, but when he and his father toured the stadium, Alexandre’s father Jean “fell in love with the place,” his son recalls. “He made the choice for me.”

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An Innocent Man

Harry Miller tries to reclaim his life after spending years in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jun 22,2011 - “Mr. Miller,” the Utah state prison guard said. “Pack up your shit and get out.” Harry Miller stood in his cell and cried uncontrollably ...

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The Canyon Inn: In Your Face

In the shadow of a proposed $59 million development, a Cottonwood Heights bar owner stands his ground against DUI-driven cops.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Apr 27,2011 - Driving his beige truck down a four-lane street from his bar, Canyon Inn owner Jim Stojack is on “harassment” patrol ...
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