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Great Interstate, Zodiac Empire

So the 2014 Utah Arts Festival happened this weekend, showcasing a lot of artwork, films, kids activities and whatnot, all under a blazing hot sun that wouldn't let up once. Despite the heat, this year was a damn fine festival with packed crowds ever

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Former judge to defend officer in Danielle Willard shooting

A former federal judge is joining the defense team for the officer who killed Danielle Willard.
Paul Cassell, who is a University of Utah law professor, said in a letter to the officer’s supporters that he has reviewed the evidence in the case and does not think charges should have been...

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Pay to Play: The Case Against Shurtleff and Swallow




by Nick Burns, Two former attorney generals, 23 felony counts and the largest political scandal in Utah history. Nick Burns welcomes Salt Lake Tribune investigative reporters Robert Gehrke and Tom Harvey to unpack the history and the charges . At the heart of the scandal is a “pay to...

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Healing souls, healing a mountain

Rio Tinto never mined an ounce of ore at the Holden Mine in central Washington, but it is working to heal Copper Mountain. Its neighbors and partners are a Lutheran retreat, which is celebrating the renewal of this spiritual and welcoming place.

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