In the early stages of a relationship, everyone is on their best behavior. Later, it's hard to believe someone you love is abusive and a lot of that behavior gets excused as simply a sign of a bad day. But it's dangerous and will get worse.
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8/3/2017
Provo-based movie filtering company VidAngel is embroiled in a legal battle focused on copyright infringement with four Hollywood movie studios. On Wednesday, a U.S. District Court denied the company's request for a review of an injunction order.
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8/3/2017
Two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee moved Thursday to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller from being fired by President Donald Trump, putting forth new legislation that aims to ensure the integrity of current and future independent...
8/3/2017
A Massachusetts woman who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself in dozens of text messages and told him to "get back in" a truck filled with toxic gas faces up to 20 years in prison when a judge sentences her on a charge of involuntary...
8/3/2017
While by-mail ballots have been in the hands of Utah voters for about a week, the option of in-person early voting begins Tuesday in advance of the Aug. 15 primary. “Early voting is for someone who may need the amenities of the electronic voting...
8/1/2017
After a weeklong search for a 74-year-old West Bountiful man missing since July 24, police and family members have called off their efforts to find him. West Bountiful Police Chief Todd Hixon said Monday that while searchers found John Darrell Page’s...
8/1/2017
A West Valley City charter school for pregnant teens and young mothers has one last chance to keep its doors open. Members of the Utah Board of Education will hear an appeal by Kairos Academy, board spokeswoman Emilie Wheeler said Monday, following the...
8/1/2017
The FBI has paid out a $50,000 reward to two people who provided information that led to the June 14 arrest of Lyle Jeffs, who had absconded a year earlier while awaiting trial in a federal food-stamp fraud case. The reward money was divided...
8/1/2017
A member of Utah’s State Charter School Board has stepped down, citing time constraints and difficulty attending meetings. Greg Haws, who joined the charter board last year, resigned his seat on July 24 during a personal conversation with board...
8/1/2017
Run 4 Refugees, a charity race event started by Lehi locals, is again raising funds, and this year’s recipients will get goats. The event includes a 5K and 10K race, as well as a family- and kid-friendly 1-mile run/walk. The race will be held at...
8/1/2017
Northern Utah will bake and the state’s southern redrocks and high desert regions will swelter on Wednesday. That’s a great forecast, for a camel. And like that dromedary, if you venture out under the glaring early August sun through the midweek,...
8/1/2017
Kayenta, Ariz. • A Navajo Nation entity has taken its first step toward generating electricity by starting a solar farm amid the pending closure of a coal-fired power plant in northeastern Arizona. The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority recently started...
8/1/2017
Settlement talks are off for two Utah soda shops fighting over trademark rights to “dirty sodas” spiked with flavor shots. The Daily Herald newspaper reported Monday that a judge has set a seven-day trial for November 2018 in the court battle between...
8/1/2017
Washington • Utahns are split over whether they approve of Sen. Orrin Hatch’s performance in office, but a large majority are sure they don’t want him to run for office again, according to a new poll by The Salt Lake Tribune and the University of...
8/1/2017
A new poll shows the Our Schools Now ballot initiative is maintaining — and possibly expanding — its base of support as organizers prepare to gather signatures to qualify for the November 2018 ballot. A majority of registered Utah voters — 57...
7/31/2017