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  • Call it a Comeback

    Long mired in economic depression, Midvale’s Main Street dusts off its small-town charm.
      >When Midvale City Mayor JoAnn B. Seghini walks down Main Street, she doesn't see the dilapidated, empty buildings which haunt much of its west side.
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  • Love Letters

    Correspondence between a young woman at the Topaz internment camp and her beloved sheds light on Trump's America.
      David Hisato Yamate and Tamaki Tsubokura's courtship began in the summer of 1944.
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  • Triggered

    Veterans Affairs exists to help vets. So why did the Salt Lake VA appoint an anti-veteran chief?
      In April 2015, psychiatrist Sayali Kulkarni received a phone call from a colleague at the Compensation and Pension department of the Salt Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
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  • Hear Them Roar

    West High Panthers confront demons and soar at season-opener game.
      It was the first game of the 2017 season, and Romeo Johnston was so nervous he felt like he was about to vomit.
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  • Dancing With Spirits

    Pacific Islander community seeks to both promote their differences and celebrate similarities.
      Susi Feltch-Malohifo'ou was in the grocery store with her husband when she was reminded how stereotypes define the way some see her.
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  • New Shade of Blue

    How hard is it for the police to diversify their ranks? Ask Officer Amy Novoa.
      When Amy Novoa left her parents' home in Rose Park on the west side of Salt Lake City to drive to the Pioneer Precinct for her swearing-in as a police officer, she still clung to the hope that someone from her family would attend the most important moment in her life.
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  • The Dangers of Street Walking

    Efforts underway to help SLC sex workers.
      Talk to women who sell sex on the street and they will typically deny any association with the idea that they have been trafficked.
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  • Checking Inns

    Life for no-tell motels is about to get tougher.
      The Salt Lake City Council passed a civil penalties ordinance that gives some teeth to cracking down on businesses that are hotbeds of crime this week.
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  • Inmate Blues

    Lifers at the Utah State Prison find sanctuary through music.
      The 30-song recital, which stretches over three hours, opens with a rendition of "Under the Boardwalk" by men in white smocks with "UDC Inmate" stamped on the back.
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Cop Talk Cop Talk Activists, relatives of shooting victims and the SLCPD seek a blueprint for law enforcement reform. October 26, 2016
The Hurt Lockup The Hurt Lockup Utah's failure to adopt federal prison-rape-prevention guidelines enables a cruel, but not so unusual, form of punishment. November 25, 2015
Lane Heaps, Burned Out Cop Lane Heaps, Burned Out Cop Lane Heaps tries to shake off the demons of 20 years behind the badge. February 09, 2011

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