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The Latest: Evacuations Lifted at Utah Wildfire
Authorities are lifting evacuations at a small mountain town near a southern Utah wildfire
Agency Enlists High-Tech Help Keeping Drones From Wildfires
Federal authorities are seeking a high-tech solution for the increasing problem of hobby drone fliers zooming devices into active wildfire areas and endangering airplane and helicopter pilots trying to put out blazes
Weather Helps Crews Battling Western Wildfires _ for Now
Cooler, moist weather gave at least some temporary help Wednesday to crews battling dangerous wildfires in Southern California, while other blazes across the West were on the move
The Latest: Arizona Wildfire Still Threatens Communities
Firefighters are working to secure the eastern flank of a wildfire that still threatens some communities in eastern Arizona
Utah Governor Calls Pornography a 'Public Health Crisis'
Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert signed a resolution that declares porn is an "epidemic" that is creating a "public health crisis" in the state.
Utah Governor Signs Legislation Calling Porn a 'Public Health Crisis'
Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert signed a resolution today that declares porn is an "epidemic" that is creating a "public health crisis" in the state. The resolution , which is reportedly the first in the nation to declare pornography a public health crisis, addresses a broad range of issues that
Arizona, Utah and Idaho Vote: 5 Things to Watch in Tuesday’s Primaries and Caucuses
Three states out West vote in Tuesday’s primaries and caucuses. Both Republicans and Democrats are participating in the Arizona primary and the Utah caucuses, while only Democrats in Idaho will caucus today. Here are five things to watch in Tuesday’s primaries: 1. How Will Trump Fare in Arizona and
The Note: Primary Primer
NOTABLES The Brussels attacks are dominating the news, but tonight three states out West vote in Tuesday’s primaries and caucuses. Both Republicans and Democrats are participating in the Arizona primary and the Utah caucuses, while only Democrats in Idaho will caucus today. Here are several things
Utah Judge’s Removal of Foster Child From Same-Sex Couple's Care Under Review
Utah state child welfare officials are reviewing a juvenile court judge’s ruling to remove a baby from a foster home with a lesbian couple because of his apparent belief that the child is better off with heterosexual parents. Seventh District Juvenile Court Judge Scott Johansen issued an order
10-Year-Old Boy Among 16 Dead in Utah Flash Flooding
Twelve people, including a 10-year-old boy, are dead after flash floods tore through the town of Hildale, Utah, Monday night, on the border with Arizona, authorities said. One person is missing, Washington County Emergency Services said this afternoon. Separately, four people were killed in nearby