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- 4 killed in small plane crash outside Salt Lake City
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Fox News Online) - Wednesday Jul 26, 2017
- Fallout from Utah nurse arrest: Policy changes, apologies
By BRADY McCOMBS, Associated Press - Monday Sep 4, 2017
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Officials at a Utah hospital where a nurse was arrested after refusing to allow police to draw blood from an unconscious patient apologized that security officers didn't intervene and said Monday that they have implemented policy changes to prevent it from happening again.The announcements mark the latest fallout from nurse Alex Wubbels' release last week of July 26 video from a Salt Lake City police officer's body camera showing him dragging her from University of Utah Hospital and handcuffing her. The officer has been put on leave, and his agency has apologized.
- Teen bride forced to marry cousin wins suit against polygamist sect
By Associated Press - Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
SALT LAKE CITY — A woman who was married to her cousin at age 14 in a ceremony overseen by polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs has won a $16 million lawsuit against the group. Elissa Wall’s lawyer said Wednesday that the decision lets attorneys investigate the secretive group’s bank accounts and property held in states...
- Police hunt for driver who barreled onto sidewalk, killing 1
By LINDSAY WHITEHURST, Associated Press - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Police searched Wednesday for a woman who drove onto a sidewalk near a Salt Lake City homeless shelter, killing one woman and injuring five others.Authorities say the area is frequented by drug dealers and has been hit by violence, including a police shooting that crucially wounded a teenage refugee.Days before the woman drove onto the sidewalk, a minor league baseball player with the Las Vegas 51s team was attacked by a homeless man in an attempted robbery about a mile away, Salt Lake City police said.
- Groups make last-minute push to save national monument areas
By BRADY McCOMBS, Associated Press - Wednesday Aug 23, 2017
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Conservation groups are airing TV ads, planning rallies and creating parody websites in a last-minute blitz to stop Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke from downsizing or eliminating national monument areas that cover large swaths of land and water from Maine to California.The deadline for Zinke to announce his recommendations is Thursday following a four-month review of 27 sites ordered by President Donald Trump.The outdoor recreation industry has hammered home its message that peeling back protections on areas where its customers hike, bike and camp could prevent future generations from enjoying the sites.
- Utah commission: Keep 'Negro Bill Canyon' the same
By BRADY McCOMBS, Associated Press - Friday Aug 4, 2017
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah state panel has voted to recommend retaining the name of Utah's Negro Bill Canyon after receiving conflicting opinions about whether it is offensive.The Utah Committee on Geographic Names said Friday that a lack of consensus from minority groups led to its 8-2 vote Thursday about a canyon that is home to a popular hiking spot in the eastern city of Moab, the gateway to stunning massive red rock formations.The commission's recommendation next goes to the U.S. Board on Geographic Names, which is expected to make a final decision on canyon's name later this year.Jeanetta Williams, president of NAACP's tri-state conference area of Idaho-Utah-Nevada, said the word "negro" may make some people feel uncomfortable but that there's nothing wrong with it."To remove the racially offensive descriptor from the official title of the popular geographic feature would express to the world that Utah has progressed to a place where such flagrant insensitivity is no longer tolerated or acceptable in our community," they wrote.The canyon's name has long been debated and a proposed name change in 1999 failed at the state and federal levels after receiving no support from Utah counties and state and federal land management agencies, the state geographic names committee said in a statement.