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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reacts to Roe v. Wade

SALT LAKE CITY — Leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have responded to the Supreme Court decision on Friday that overturned Roe v. Wade. Their statement began by reasserting a belief in the sanctity of human life. It also listed possible exceptions for members who may seek an abortion, which include pregnancy that results from rape or incest, the life of the mother is in serious jeopardy, or if the fetus has severe defects that won’t allow the baby to survive beyond birth.
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Obituary: Russell “Glenn” Holley

Glenn Holley was born in Vernal, Utah on December 13, 1948 to Lola and Russ Holley. Vernal was the fertile ground where Glenn’s love of the great outdoors began. An Eagle Scout, Glenn spent his childhood with total freedom in the frog ponds and fields. In 1964, Glenn’s Family...
PARK CITY, UT
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Snyderville Basin man convicted of raping woman during massage

Merga Kennard, a 35-year-old man whose last known address was in the Snyderville Basin, was convicted of raping a woman who visited an establishment where he provided a massage. According to charging documents, the woman went to the establishment in Summit County last April, where she disrobed and lay on...
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Officials search for man in connection to Daybreak altercation

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (ABC4) – Have you seen this man? South Jordan officials are searching for a suspect in connection to an altercation that took place near Oquirrh Lake in the Daybreak neighborhood. The man was last seen wearing a light gray sleeveless shirt with brown khaki shorts. Authorities say the altercation happened on June […]
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BYU football coach Kalani Sitake hires a recruiting coordinator, also brings back this former defensive star

Some familiar faces are returning to BYU to join football coach Kalani Sitake’s support staff, including one of the best defensive players in school history. Sitake announced on Friday that four-year starting defensive lineman Jan Jorgensen, who finished his eligibility in 2009 as the Mountain West Conference’s all-time leader in sacks (28.5), has been hired as a defensive analyst. Jorgensen coached the last three seasons at Snow College in Ephraim.
PROVO, UT
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Utah Jazz reportedly add another training camp free agent

The day after the Utah Jazz agreed to deals with three undrafted players immediately following the annual NBA draft, they reportedly added a fourth. On Friday, multiple outlets reported that the Jazz have agreed to an Exhibit 10 contract with guard Darryl Morsell, who finished his collegiate career at Marquette after starting it at Maryland.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Kofi Cockburn signs with Utah Jazz

SALT LAKE CITY, Ut (WCIA) — Dreams have come true for one former Illini. Kofi Cockburn has officially signed to the NBA. The 7ft almost 300 pound center did not hear his named called in the draft last night, but once the draft ended, Kofi signed a contract with the Utah Jazz. Illinois basketball supported […]
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UPDATE: Woman in critical condition after SLC auto-ped

SALT LAK CITY (ABC4) – The Salt Lake City Police Department (SLCPD) is currently investigating a automobile pedestrian crash that left a 64-year-old woman seriously injured on June 24. Police records state that the investigation began at 12:16 p.m. when dispatch received reports regarding a crash involving a van and a person near Redwood Road […]
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'Nothing to be ashamed of': Utah woman shares abortion story

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (KUTV) — Eight years ago, Heather Dinsmore had an abortion. The Salt Lake City resident is sharing her story, saying that "choosing not to bring a child into the world is nothing to be ashamed of." At the time, she had just moved to New...
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