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  • The Secret Sauce
  • The Secret Sauce

    How Utah lawmakers disclose—or don't disclose—conflicts of interest.
    • But lawmakers' professional interests can also open the door for conflicts of interest.
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  • Clean Slates
  • Clean Slates

    How to get an eviction off your record in Utah.
    • Have you ever been evicted? Do you wish it never happened? Thanks to a new law in Utah, you might be able to make it disappear from your legal record.
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  • Paving Paradise
  • Paving Paradise

    Critics fear a highway bypass could trigger development in Heber Valley's open spaces and threaten a critical water source.
    • Brian Wimmer, president of the Trout Unlimited chapter of Utah County, has been casting his flies into the Middle Provo River for years.
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  • Murder on the River
  • Murder on the River

    Critics say a lack of trust between police and the homeless community is to blame for an unsolved homicide.
    • Joe Salas was in a dark mood when he said goodbye to his wife at the North Temple Trax station and headed north along the Jordan River Trail on June 7, 2021.
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  • Every Last Drop
  • Every Last Drop

    While facing a historic drought, Utah officials don't have a handle on how much water slips through their fingers.
    • The problem with these old water systems is they were never metered, especially as many ditches and canals were dug before meters had been invented. Now, many secondary systems simply estimate how much water customers use.
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  • Cracking Down
  • Cracking Down

    A new homeless policing strategy focuses on minor offenses
    • Incumbent officeholders in an election season have to face a veritable firing squad of critical bullet points from their opponents.
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  • Power Struggle
  • Power Struggle

    In the solar-panel debate, Rocky Mountain Power turns a blind eye to the environmental benefits of sunshine
    • Mark Larsen fits the bill of a stereotypical solar-panel user. He's a semi-retired college Spanish professor, active member of Utah Citizens Advocating for Renewable Energy (UCARE) and lives in a suburb of brown adobe homes outside of St. George.
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We All Fall Down We All Fall Down After 9/11, BYU prof. Steven Jones’ teaching career imploded just like the twin towers, but he still insists planes were not to blame. August 19, 2009

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