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Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Pamela:

Are Utah arts easy to access? 2020 will see a push to improve.

The audience around Shandra Benito was enjoying a performance that included live music and recorded audio. But she could hear only half of the show, because the two sources of sound were not merged in the assisted listening device the venue had provided. → Read More

LDS temple in Houston reopens after repairing hurricane damage

Months after Hurricane Harvey blew through Houston, M. Russell Ballard, acting president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on Sunday rededicated the Mormon temple in the Texas city. → Read More

3-year-old killed and baby critically injured in Provo crash

A 3-year-old girl was killed and her 8-month-old brother critically injured Sunday in a crash at a Provo intersection, police said. → Read More

Utah man who stole from employer later became a whistleblower and will get share of a $1.2M settlement paid by the company in unrelated false claims case

In a case that began with information provided by a former employee turned whistleblower, two Utah construction companies have agreed to pay the federal government $1.2 million to resolve allegations they violated the terms of a program designed to help small, disadvantaged businesses. → Read More

Former Utah AG John Swallow wants suit over campaign contributions tossed

A lawyer on Tuesday asked a judge to dismiss a complaint accusing former Utah Attorney General John Swallow of federal election fraud, contending the rule he allegedly broke violates the right to free speech. → Read More

Utah actress and Costco resolve lawsuit over E. coli poisoning

An aspiring Utah actress who said E. coli bacteria in chicken salad purchased at Costco so sickened her that she needed a kidney transplant has resolved a lawsuit against the store. → Read More

Whether preventing a tragedy or being prepared for one, Utah police train for school shootings year-round

Twenty years ago, a girl was walking through the hallway at Alta High School when she overheard a new student say he had a gun. → Read More

Pallas’ cat escapes his closure at Utah’s Hogle Zoo, but the animal poses no danger to the public

A small cat was on the loose Sunday at Hogle Zoo, but officials said the 10-month-old is not dangerous. → Read More

Utah man sentenced to prison by federal and state judges in child porn and sex abuse cases

Utahn Robert Edwin Francis, who admitted receiving images in a live video chat of a man sexually abusing a child, was sentenced Monday to 12 years in federal prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release. → Read More

Rescuers dig out skier who was buried by avalanche at Snowbasin Resort

A skier who was buried by an avalanche Sunday while on a run at Snowbasin Resort in Weber County was rescued and taken to a hospital by helicopter. → Read More

Salt Lake Comic Con wants a new trial in dispute over its name

A fight between organizers of Salt Lake City and San Diego pop culture conventions over the “comic con” name might not be over. → Read More

Fog in northern Utah diverts and cancels flights to and from Salt Lake City; poor visibility expected to slow Monday commute

Give yourself plenty to time to get to work Monday: The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory that warns visibility could be less than one-fourth mile in northern Utah. → Read More

Plane spotted at bottom of Great Salt Lake could be missing aircraft

Searchers on Sunday “unequivocally” identified an object spotted at the bottom of the Great Salt Lake as an aircraft of the general size and description of a Cessna 172, the type of plane that was reported missing Dec. 29, according to the Box Elder County sheriff’s office. → Read More

Dense fog and ice cause 14-vehicle crash on I-15 in Utah County

Be careful on your Tuesday morning commute: Fog and icy roads are slowing travel and have led to a multiple-vehicle crash in Utah County. → Read More

Overnight snow expected to increase avalanche danger on Christmas Day in Utah

A backcountry avalanche watch issued Sunday for northern Utah mountains is expected to develop into dangerous avalanche conditions by Christmas morning with overnight snowfall. → Read More

Utah volunteers find fulfillment helping homeless youths

A service project organized by her Unitarian church for Volunteers of America, Utah introduced business owner Peggy Montrone to the nonprofit and its Youth Resource Center. → Read More

Temperatures dropping as winter arrives in Utah

Bundle up — winter is bringing colder temperatures and snow to Utah on Monday. → Read More

Federal grant will add more cops to three Utah cities

In the fight against crime, the U.S. Department of Justice is arming 179 law enforcement agencies — including three Utah police departments — with more officers. → Read More

Woman whose eye was shot out by Utah police officer loses excessive force lawsuit

A jury has rejected a claim in a lawsuit that a Morgan County sheriff’s officer used excessive force when he shot a woman in the left eye at the end of a 2012 police chase. → Read More

Dismissal upheld of final claim against golf legend Jack Nicklaus over Utah investment

A Colorado couple have lost their latest round against golf legend Jack Nicklaus in a lawsuit in Utah’s federal court. → Read More