Annie Knox, KSL

Annie Knox

KSL

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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  • KSL
  • Deseret News
  • Salt Lake Tribune

Past articles by Annie:

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USU student says the school mishandled her report of rape after it promised to do better

A USU student says the school mishandled her report of rape over the past two years, improperly restarting an investigation based on old federal standards that favored the accused. → Read More

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Dog's death at Utah training program prompts calls for state oversight

There's no state oversight of Utah's shelters, rescues or overnight training programs. And advocates say animal control agencies across the state often lack the resources and training needed to fully investigate after something goes wrong. → Read More

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How a Utah mother's urging led to heftier charges for her son's abuser

A 17-year-old and his mother are speaking out after the teen's former boss pleaded guilty to sexually abusing him, citing concerns that the man could do the same thing to others and voicing frustration over prosecutors' handling of the case. → Read More

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Teen charged in Ogden grocer's death certified as an adult

Under a proposed plea deal, a 16-year-old charged with killing an Ogden grocery store owner is expected to serve time in the juvenile system, followed by a shorter prison sentence. → Read More

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Former residents who sue Utah programs for troubled teens can face big obstacles in court

Two former residents of Utah's Turn-About Ranch are hitting a legal roadblock in recent weeks. → Read More

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U. police chief who alleged retaliation now headed to East Coast university

University of Utah Police Chief Rodney Chatman is leaving his post to take a top law enforcement job at Brown University in Rhode Island. → Read More

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Where are all these people moving to Utah coming from?

Utah's strong economy and access to the outdoors are drawing a young, educated and diverse crop of newcomers to the Beehive State. → Read More

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Photos: How Utahns are celebrating Independence Day

Utahns lined up Monday to take in parades and other Fourth of July celebrations — many for the first time in two years. → Read More

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After winning appeal, teen getaway driver gets shorter sentence in deputy's death

Meagan Grunwald, the teenage getaway driver who admitted to reduced charges in the death of Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride, faces a much shorter term in prison after the Utah Supreme Court threw out her murder conviction last year. → Read More

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Some protesters accused of vandalizing DA's office reach plea deals

Some demonstrators charged with defacing the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office building last summer have accepted plea deals and will pay $8,400 apiece in restitution. → Read More

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Lawmakers OK bill to correct oversight that kept some low-risk suspects in jail

Utah lawmakers didn't revisit their contentious repeal of bail reform during a special session Wednesday, but they did take a small step allowing more Utahns to be released from jail ahead of trial. → Read More

She was told she didn’t have a case. 14 years later, man who raped her faces life in prison

Mariah Faulkner long blamed herself for the abuse she suffered as a 13-year-old child. With help from a private investigator and a new prosecutor on the case, her aggressor, Jimmy Haynes, now faces up to life in prison. → Read More

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She was told she didn't have a case. 14 years later, man who raped her faces life in prison

Mariah Faulkner had been waiting for the moment for almost 14 years. → Read More

How is state doing with justice reforms nearly year after summer of protests?

Top law enforcers of the state and Salt Lake County joined attorneys and NAACP President Jeanetta Williams for discussion on the status of police reform in Utah and policing of communities of color. → Read More

Lawmaker wants voters to decide on time limits for raising old claims of sex abuse

After the Utah Supreme Court struck down a state law reviving old claims of sexual abuse, a state lawmaker, Rep. Angela Romero, D-Salt Lake City, says she will propose a ballot measure allowing voters to bring back the path allowing them to file civil lawsuits. → Read More

Taylor Swift countersues Utah’s Evermore Park for using songs without permission

Taylor Swift is suing Evermore Park in Pleasant Grove, Utah, for copyright infringement, less than a month after the park leveled similar allegations that the singer borrowed from its own name and look. → Read More

Woman aims to help ‘invisible population’ of single moms weather the pandemic

When the pandemic struck, Lisa Sledge’s thoughts turned to other single mothers in the Salt Lake area pursuing degrees while navigating job losses and a lack of child care, and she began Freedom for Resilient Women. → Read More

High-risk, low-income and almost out of options, a Utah couple is evicted in pandemic

Chronic health issues aren’t a guaranteed to defend against eviction in Utah. A federal moratorium allows renters to stay in their homes through month’s end if the pandemic has sunk their finances and they can’t cover the rent, but it doesn’t protect tenants based on their health risks alone. → Read More

Utah lawmaker seeks ban of at-home rape kits, saying they provide false hope

A Utah lawmaker wants to ban the sale of at-home rape kits that she says can seem convenient but ultimately give false hope because they’re widely considered inadmissible in court. Others say the tool can help some sex assault victims. → Read More

Salt Lake City lifts hiring freeze to fill spots of police officers who left

Salt Lake police hiring freeze ends: With approval from the Salt Lake City Council, the city’s police force is planning to bring on about 30 new police officers to fill open positions. → Read More