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Parent claims Farmington's mascot would cause vulgar heckling

Farmington High School rendering

A parent is opposing a school district’s choice of the phoenix as the mascot of a new high...

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Former fire chief pleads guilty to igniting Utah wildfire

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former Utah state trooper and fire chief has pleaded guilty to deliberately starting a wildfire that caused more than $800,000 in damage. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that 37-year-old Rex Richard Olsen entered a plea this week to second-degree felony arson. A misdemeanor...


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Unions: Power plant contractors violating Navajo labor laws

Navajo Preference Jobs

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Unions that represent Navajo workers in New Mexico say tribal members are being passed over for jobs at a power plant on the reservation in violation of Navajo labor laws. Workers at the coal-fired Four Corners Power Plant are installing equipment to cut down on haze-causing...


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US sled disqualified from World Cup bobsled opener

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Justin Olsen of the U.S. was disqualified from the opening four-man bobsled race of the World Cup season after his sled failed a postrace inspection. Olsen and Evan Weinstock, Steve Langton and Chris Fogt had their 12th-place finish from Friday night thrown out when it was...


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Allegiant Airlines now taking off from Ogden to Las Vegas

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Allegiant Airlines is now flying nonstop from Ogden to Sin City. The Standard-Examiner reports the new flight service officially launched Friday. According to the airline, it will fly from Ogden-Hinckley Airport to Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport twice a week. The one-...


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South Jordan police officer recorded admitting to extortion

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (AP) — A former South Jordan police officer is facing charges after a body camera caught him talking about extorting his ex-wife. KSL-TV in Salt Lake City reports that 31-year-old Jonathan Mangum, of Eagle Mountain, was charged Thursday by the Utah Attorney General’s Office with...


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17-year-old boy killed in I-84 crash near Morgan

MORGAN, Utah (AP) — A Weber County teen has died after his vehicle collided with a semitrailer near Morgan. The Deseret News reports that the collision happened Friday morning on I-84, which was slushy from an icy rain. According to authorities, the 17-year-old boy had lost control of his Hyunadi...


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Tax filers in most states claim deduction targeted by GOP

Tax Plan State Deduction

ATLANTA (AP) — A popular deduction targeted in the GOP’s overhaul of the tax code is used by more than a quarter of all filers in a majority of states, including many led by Republicans where some residents eventually could see their federal tax bills rise. The exact effect in every state isn’t...


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Greubel Poser drives to bobsled World Cup win for US

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Jamie Greubel Poser got the bounceback race she wanted, and husband Christian Poser got another gold medal for the family collection. Greubel Poser teamed with Lauren Gibbs to win a World Cup women’s bobsled race for the U.S. on Friday night at the Utah Olympic Park, her...


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Dinwiddie scores 25, leads Nets over Jazz, 118-107

Jazz Nets Basketball

NEW YORK (AP) — With D’Angelo Russell sidelined indefinitely after knee surgery, Spencer Dinwiddie stepped up for the Brooklyn Nets. Dinwiddie scored a career-high 25 points hours after Russell’s operation, and the Nets beat the Utah Jazz 118-107 on Friday night. “I think as a starter, and as a...


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Iona uses big second-half run to get past Weber State 80-72

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — TK Edogi had 20 points on 10-of-14 shooting and grabbed 13 boards to help Iona beat Weber State 80-72 in the opening night of the Islands of The Bahamas Showcase on Friday. The Gaels (1-2) pulled away with a 28-7 run in the middle of the second half. Schadrac Casimir’s 3-...


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