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  • Ballots Gone Postal
  • Ballots Gone Postal

    Whether mailed in, dropped off or cast by machine on Election Day, voting in Utah remains safe and easy.
      This election year, voting by mail—how to do it, why do it and its security—has come up again and again.
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  • Bloomberg’s Place
  • Bloomberg’s Place

    Presidential hopeful comes to Utah for a reprieve following Las Vegas debate.
      “We all know that Trump is a bully, but I’m a New Yorker and I know how to deal with bullies," Mike Bloomberg said. "I do it all the time.”
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  • Mayor Pete Mania
  • Mayor Pete Mania

    Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg draws 4,500 to campaign event.
      “But of course, Donald Trump didn’t invent bigotry, he rode it into the White House," Buttigieg said. "We gotta make sure we’re looking at the story behind the story."
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  • Library Investigating Confrontation with Patron
  • Library Investigating Confrontation with Patron

    Security officer has been placed on leave following the violent confrontation, main library spokesperson says.
      The Salt Lake City Public Library is conducting an investigation following a bloody confrontation Wednesday night between a patron and security personnel at its downtown location.
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  • Charter Candidates
  • Charter Candidates

    Utah's Republican candidates for governor go rah-rah for the state's public charter schools.
      Provo businessman Jeff Burningham wrapped up the speeches by having the students repeat the phrase, "Choice creates competition; competition creates better results."
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  • The New Regime
  • The New Regime

    Two newly elected councilmembers share their hopes for SLC's future.
      Last week, the city not only welcomed newly elected Mayor Erin Mendenhall into office, but two new councilmembers—District 4's Ana Valdemoros and District 6's Dan Dugan.
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  • Rumblings of Impeachment
  • Rumblings of Impeachment

    Hundreds gather downtown to rally in support of impeaching Trump.
      Whether Trump even makes it to next year’s election will depend on Congress’ impeachment. But those at Tuesday’s rally wanted to make one thing loud and clear: “No one is above the law!”
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  • Recycling Enforcers
  • Recycling Enforcers

    An inside look at who's trying to help Salt Lake City residents stay up-to-date on the recycling world's changes.
      They search out contaminated recycling and yard waste bins. Sure, it might not sound like a glamorous job, but the goal is twofold: keep solid waste out of the landfill's recycling and green waste facilities, and educate residents about proper recycling techniques.
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  • Luz Escamilla: ‘This Race Isn’t Over yet’
  • Luz Escamilla: ‘This Race Isn’t Over yet’

    Salt Lake mayoral hopeful Erin Mendenhall holds the lead following Tuesday’s preliminary results.
      Salt Lake City has a new mayor. Just who it is though isn’t yet official.
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  • Sound the Alarm
  • Sound the Alarm

    Amid inaction from world leaders, a new generation of climate activists arises.
      The sprawling strikes represent a remarkable escalation of Thunberg’s decision last year to start skipping school on Fridays to protest against inaction by the Swedish government over the climate crisis.
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