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  • Woman suing Utah officer who 'violently' dragged her out of car November 26, 2015
    An Ogden woman is suing a Utah Highway Patrol trooper, claiming the officer “violently” dragged her from her car during a traffic stop prompted by a faulty brake light. But the UHP denies the allegation that excessive force was used, saying the trooper used “the least amount of force” to further his investigation into what […]
  • The Road Home opens new Community Winter Shelter in Midvale November 26, 2015
    Some 300 families have something to be thankful about this season with the opening of the Midvale Community Winter Shelter just in time to provide warm refuge as the weather turns cold. The Road Home this week announced the completion of its new Midvale facility, 529 W. 7300 South, that will offer temporary shelter for […]
  • Environmentalists say vague Lake Powell Pipeline plans hide high cost for Utahns November 26, 2015
    Environmentalists hope a soon-to-be-released report will shed light on how Washington County plans to finance the construction of the Lake Powell Pipeline, but water officials aren’t making any promises. The Preliminary Licensing Proposal (PLP), expected to be released Tuesday, won’t include a comprehensive discussion of how the conservancy district plans to fund the pipeline or […]
  • No charges for man whose 'gesture' shut down Utah Capitol November 26, 2015
    The Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office won’t file criminal charges against the Utah man who placed an olive wreath-wrapped package containing an inoperable assault rifle in the Capitol Rotunda in October. Prosecutors said they did not have probable cause to support charges against Cameron Crimefighter, 31, of North Logan. Crimefighter told investigators his intent […]
  • Utah Dems will be able to include independent voters in primaries November 26, 2015
    Democrats will be allowed to let unaffiliated voters cast ballots in their June primaries, according to state elections officials, a reversal from the office’s earlier interpretation of a federal judge’s ruling. U.S. District Judge David Nuffer struck down a provision in an election overhaul that would have forced parties to open their primaries to voters […]
  • Police seek public's help in locating missing West Jordan woman November 26, 2015
    West Jordan Police Department are seeking the public’s help in locating a woman who been missing for five days. Nicole Rose Bowman, 25, was last seen by friends and family on Nov. 20, police said in a news release. In her last messages to loved ones, Bowman reportedly said she may harm herself, police said. […]
  • 'Let the merry breezes blow' -- Reduced to ashes, Joe Hill still inspires November 26, 2015
    Wittingly or not, Joe Hill threw the very last thing he had toward the rebel cause: his own ashes. Thanks to his famous “Last Will,” the labor troubadour’s cremated remains would be divvied up, doled out, mailed, sprinkled, scattered and sung to, put in museums and a guitar, confiscated and destroyed as dangerous propaganda and […]
  • Coffee wars: Utah's Bad Ass settles with Kicking Horse November 26, 2015
    Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii has settled its lawsuit with a Canadian roaster over the HALF ASS (all upper case) label on its decaffeinated coffee. The Utah-based coffee company filed a notice in federal court in Salt Lake City on Wednesday saying it was dismissing its suit against Kicking Horse Coffee Co. The lawsuit claimed […]
  • GOP Utah governor candidate Johnson to debate Democratic lawmaker Dabakis November 26, 2015
    A Republican candidate for governor says he’s debating a Democratic lawmaker because Gov. Gary Herbert won’t debate him this year ahead of the 2016 election. Jonathan Johnson, the chairman of Overstock.com’s board, said Tuesday that he and Democratic state Sen. Jim Dabakis will debate four times, starting in December. Dabakis says he is not running […]
  • Jeremy Johnson avoids jail in connection to possible gag order violation November 26, 2015
    It was a motion about a judge’s order that hadn’t been issued and would not be — so indicted St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson will be home for Thanksgiving and not in jail. And if that’s not confusing enough, the case against Johnson and three other top employees of his online marketing company is becoming […]

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  • Adele's '25' officially sets new first-week sales record November 25, 2015
    New York • In just days, Adele’s “25” has officially set a new first-week sales record, moving 2.433 million albums since its release Friday. On Tuesday, Nielsen Music said that in just four days the British singer broke the record previously set by ‘N Sync in 2000. The boy band’s “No Strings Attached” sold 2.416 […]
  • Denver scales back plan to bar new players in marijuana industry November 25, 2015
    Denver officials pulled back Tuesday from immediately seeking another two-year moratorium on new players in the city’s legal marijuana market, approving instead a four-month extension to study the issue further. Only existing medical marijuana businesses have been able to open recreational dispensaries, grow houses or edible manufacturers during the first two years of retail pot […]
  • In Kenyan town, Christians worship under police guard November 25, 2015
    Garissa, Kenya • As song and prayer drifted from the open, ivy-lined doorways of a Catholic church in Garissa, several security officials, including Muslims, stood watch on the grounds nearby. Their presence was a reminder of the violence that hit this Kenyan town in April, when Islamic extremists killed nearly 150 people at a college […]
  • Homeowners association won't sue man over Christmas lights November 25, 2015
    Spokane, Wash. • An Idaho homeowners association has backed down from threats to sue a man whose extreme Christmas light display last year bothered neighbors. KREM-TV in Spokane, Washington, reports that the West Hayden Estates Homeowners Association Board in October had threatened the lawsuit if Jeremy Morris went ahead with the sequel to last year’s […]
  • Cheap gas fueling expanded Thanksgiving travel day November 25, 2015
    Los Angeles • An expanded version of America’s annual Thanksgiving travel saga was under way Wednesday with gas prices low and terrorism fears high. An estimated 46.9 million Americans are expected to take a car, plane, bus or train at least 50 miles from home over the long holiday weekend, according to the motoring organization […]
  • Referees struggle with respect amid growing hostility November 25, 2015
    Fayetteville, Ark. • Jimmy Woods has been a youth official for nearly 30 years, and he’s lost count of how many football games he has refereed and how many times he’s been yelled at, threatened or insulted. Oh, he remembers the details. He has been surrounded by angry parents following games, told he “has no […]
  • Pope arrives in Kenya in pilgrimage to 3 African countries November 25, 2015
    Nairobi, Kenya • Brushing aside concerns for his security, Pope Francis arrived in Kenya on Wednesday for his first-ever visit to Africa, including to Central African Republic, a country torn by fighting between Christian and Muslims. Francis was received upon arrival at Nairobi’s airport by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Nairobi governor Evans Kidero. Kenyan Cardinal […]
  • Brussels schools reopen, maximum threat alert still in place November 25, 2015
    Brussels • When Annelaure Leger dropped off her two children at school on Wednesday, it was like nearly every other day — except for the machine gun-toting policeman. After a two-day school shutdown sparked by a threat alert across the Belgian capital, Brussels resident Leger was relieved that classes were back in session, even though […]
  • UN weather agency: It's record hot out there this year November 25, 2015
    Washington • Because of man-made global warming and a strong El Nino, Earth’s wild weather this year is bursting the annual heat record, the World Meteorological Organization announced on Wednesday. The United Nations weather agency’s early bird report on 2015 says it is the hottest year on record, surpassing last year’s record heat. It made […]
  • Russian crackdown on Muslims fuels exodus to Islamic State November 25, 2015
    Komsomolskoye, Russia • Security forces in Russia’s southernmost republic of Dagestan keep devout Muslims under surveillance, routinely raid their homes and haul them to police stations to give DNA samples and fingerprints. So it was no surprise to many in the village of Komsomolskoye that Rashid Magomedov fled to Syria to join the Islamic State […]

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