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  1. Fairpark stadium 'absolutely dead,' Monarchs president saysRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    The president of Salt Lake City's newest soccer franchise said a recent proposal to build a minor league stadium at the Utah State Fairpark was "absolutely dead" from Real Salt Lake's perspective. Real Monarchs President Rob Zarkos told KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright that the decision by RSL owner Dell Loy Hansen to rescind the option to build an $18 million stadium at the Utah State Fairgrounds leaves the club looking for a new place to call home following the 2015 season.

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  2. Lawmakers narrow selection of school board election billsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Three bills were held in committee and three others were allowed to move to the House floor following a lengthy debate among lawmakers, educators and members of the public Thursday. What goes to the House is a combination of legislation.

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  3. Panel OKs bill reducing penalties for concealed weapons on busesRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Rep. Norman Thurston, R-Provo, is sponsoring HB350 to eliminate what he says is an "unnecessary law" that puts too much at stake for Utahns who regularly carry items - such as a pocketknife or even a baseball bat - that could be considered dangerous weapons. "To have that behavior that otherwise law-abiding citizens could be even charged with a felony I think just goes to far," Thurston said.

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  4. Gov. Herbert criticizes House decision on Medicaid planRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Gov. Gary Herbert sternly criticized the Utah House on Thursday for circumventing what he considers the proper legislative process and deciding not to consider his plan for expanding Medicaid. While calm and composed, Herbert didn't hide his displeasure with the House decision.

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  5. Daughter: Doctor accused of murder asked if he was monsterRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    The oldest daughter of a Utah doctor accused of killing his ex-wife says her father asked if he was a monster after her mother's death. Nineteen-year-old Malkie Wall testified Thursday that John Brickman Wall had a mental breakdown and asked whether he was responsible for the death of her mother, cancer researcher Uta von Schwedler.

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  6. Firing squad readies for round in state senate | KSL.comRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    A bill to restore Utah's firing squad as a death penalty option barely cleared the state house, and not without lots of emotion. "Nobody wants to put somebody to death, period," said Rep. Paul Ray, R-Clearfield.

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  7. High bacteria counts on cellphone doesn't determine rate of infectionRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Tamra Rossiter is a mom and high school chemistry teacher. She's the first one to admit: "I know for myself I clean my toilet seat more than I clean my phone."

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  8. Hughes: Healthy Utah plan won't be heard in HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Gov. Gary Herbert's Healthy Utah plan for Medicaid expansion passed the Senate Wednesday, but House Speaker Greg Hughes declared that it won't get a hearing in the House. "I don't want a topic to become political pageantry and we're just going to hear it to hear it," Hughes told reporters.

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  9. SLC mayor, committee propose to extend discounted UTA passRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and the Transportation Division will propose a long-term Hive Pass program that discounts monthly UTA passes for Salt Lake City residents. The Hive Pass pilot was launched to help address one of the challenges to riding transit in Salt Lake City by making it more affordable for the typical short trips among residents, according to a Salt Lake City government news release.

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  10. All West Valley police officers to be equipped with body cameraRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KSL-TV

    On Monday, every officer in the West Valley City Police Department will hit the streets equipped with a body camera. Lee Russo said when he took over as chief of the department in August of 2013, getting body cameras was a top priority.

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  11. Officer in gay pride parade incident speaks outRead the original story

    Yesterday | KSL-TV

    A former Salt Lake City police officer who was put on leave and later resigned after he objected to riding in the motorcycle brigade at the front of last year's gay pride parade is speaking out against what he believes was a violation of his religious liberties. Eric Moutsos, 33, said Wednesday that he was unfairly branded a bigot despite simply asking to swap roles and work a different part of the parade in June 2014.

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  12. Former Sen. Bob Bennett diagnosed with pancreatic cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KSL-TV

    "There have been a number of inquiries about my health from friends and former associates expressing a solicitude for me that is very heartwarming," he wrote in an email and on his Facebook page . "At this stage, there is no firm prognosis."

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  13. Legislature in discussion about prison relocation; public school fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KSL-TV

    Legislature spent a lot of this sessions discussing ideas pertaining to school in different capacities. However, they also had a chance to talk about other issues including the continual discussion of moving the prison.

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  14. Longtime AP reporter Quane Kenyon diesRead the original story

    Wednesday | KSL-TV

    Quane Kenyon, a retired Associated Press newsman who covered Idaho politics for 25 years, died of a heart attack at a Boise hospital on Tuesday. He was 76. Kenyon began his AP career as a copy boy in the Salt Lake City bureau.

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  15. 26 years sober thanks to an officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KSL-TV

    Editor's note: Anonymous Thank Yous is a website that allows people to submit notes of gratitude to strangers who anonymously gave service. Michael McCarlie, its founder, contributes every other Wednesday.

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  16. Lawmaker seeks minimum guidelines, privacy protections in body camera policiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KSL-TV

    A Utah lawmaker's bill would establish minimum guidelines for police and their body camera policies, but he acknowledged Tuesday he didn't know what the legislation would end up looking like after it cleared the legislature. "We don't have anything in state policy that balances privacy issues and also balances what happens if the tool is used inappropriately," McCay said.

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  17. SLC officer in parade controversy speaks out on religious libertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KSL-TV

    Eric Moutsos doesn't believe he should have to leave his personal convictions at home when he walks out the door to go to work - particularly his religious beliefs. But his former boss, Salt Lake Police Chief Chris Burbank, says when an officer shows up to work for his department, that officer is expected to do their job.

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  18. Tips for planting flowers, garden in cold weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KSL-TV

    Many trees and plants started blooming during Utah's warmest February on record, and some residents may be wondering if it is a good time to start planting gardens and flowers. Experts say it depends on the plant type.

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  19. Utah legislators zone in on campaign bills, among othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | KSL-TV

    Lawmakers on Utah's Capitol Hill focused on several bills dealing with campaign contributions this week. Other notable bills dealt with Utah lands, air and religion.

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  20. Lockdown at 3 SLC schools lifted as police continue searchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | KSL-TV

    SALT LAKE CITY — Three schools were placed on lockdown as a precaution while police pursued a man allegedly involved with a kidnapping Tuesday morning. The man fled from a home by car and then foot, according to the Salt Lake City Police Department.

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