Plans for gravel pit near Capitol Reef National Park nixed

Gravel Pit Scuttled

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah officials have reached a deal to sell a land parcel to a group of residents instead of a construction company, effectively scrapping plans for a gravel pit near Capitol Reef National Park. The School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration approved a $525,000...

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West Haven man accused of sexually assaulting 12-year-old girl

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The man was booked in jail Wednesday on charges of sodomy on a child and aggravated sexual abuse of a child, both first degree-felonies.

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Police chase, catch 2 suspects connected with Thursday bank robbery in Ogden

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Around 1:30 p.m. Thursday, police responded to a reported bank robbery at a KeyBank located at 3565 Harrison Blvd. in Ogden, according to a press release from the Ogden Police Department.


Tremonton man sent to prison on aggravated kidnapping, robbery charges

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Israel Lopez-Gonzalez, 46, will spend at least the next 16 years behind bars for his role in the kidnapping and robbery of an Ogden man in June 2017.


Sheriff searching for teen missing from outdoor program

Search and rescue crews are combing the desert for a teenager who ran away from a youth treatment program in Utah.


Roy man pleads guilty to sexually abusing 7-year-old boy multiple times

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A Roy man accused of molesting a boy multiple times pleaded guilty to multiple felonies in connection with the case.


'I forgive him wholeheartedly': Man sentenced to prison for death of 19-year-old

Bostin Osborn Crookston

As bailiffs led 20-year-old Layton resident Bostin Cole Osborn-Crookston into the courtroom, he was nearly unrecognizable from the jail booking photo on the badge clipped to his orange jail garb.


Romney fundraising haul dwarfs Democrat in Senate race

Utah Primary

Mitt Romney is vastly outraising his Democratic opponent in the Utah race to win the Senate seat left open by retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch.


Hurricane library workers told to remove LGBTQ-themed displays

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Workers at a southern Utah library say they were pressured to remove buttons and other displays highlighting LGBTQ-themed materials because they are seen as controversial.


Zinke lauds Utah as state tries to lure federal land agency

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U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke lauded Mormon pioneers in a speech Tuesday at a rodeo in Utah where state leaders hope he’ll relocate the nation’s largest land management agency.

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