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  • Fire Line

    UFA Board considers recouping bonuses paid to former chiefs and turning investigation over to law enforcement.
      A week after the Utah State Auditor issued an exhaustive audit documenting the misdeeds of former fire chiefs at the Unified Fire Authority, the board that oversees the state's largest firefighting agency is weighing whether it will seek criminal and civil action against its former employees.
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  • Home Sweet Home?

    How a single real estate deal highlights a city in flux and in crisis.
      In January of 1974, Dick's brother told him that he was owed $10,000—an amount that could not be paid in any currency besides the seven-unit, red brick apartment that has, since 1909, been anchored between First and Second Avenue.
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  • Dead Red

    That Utah could end up voting something other than Republican proved delusional.
  • Flame Keepers

    Unified Fire Authority sets sights on rebuilding, restoring morale.
      In late 2015, UFA board members began to grumble about the more than $100,000 in bonuses that were doled out without board approval to Jensen, Scott and a pair of other top UFA officials.
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  • Money Chase

    While some Utah politicians raise little money, others have been spending quite a bit on travel.
      But without a hefty campaign donation system, it is much easier to cull corporate influence in Hughes' financial disclosures.
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  • Election Guide 2016

      In case you've just emerged from a dank cave: Some time after dusk settles on Nov. 8, America might very well ring in the news of a new president-elect by freaking out.
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  • Thanks for Nothing

    Tragic details of a young man's suicide in a Utah prison cell are brought back to life by his grandma's lawsuit.
      The stories that accompanied his death did not venture into the difficult question of exactly how a 19-year-old comes to kill himself in prison.
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  • The Weather Inside

    The prison system seems intent on ensuring that a man convicted of stealing $264 in 1981 dies in jail.
      To Kaestel, who in 1981 was convicted of aggravated robbery after stealing $264 from an Arkansas taco shop, nature has become a sacred part of his life behind bars.
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A Daughter Lost A Daughter Lost A woman's search for sobriety ends in a downtown SLC parking lot. June 08, 2016
No Country For Bikers No Country For Bikers Lawmakers are trying to drive biker gangs out of Utah November 26, 2014

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