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  1. New York Times Magazine tries to solve Utah girl's mysterious medical illnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Deseret News

    On Wednesday, The New York Times magazine published an article by Dr. Lisa Sanders - who has recently begun reporting on medical mysteries and asking readers for their thoughts and diagnoses - about Lashay, a Utah girl with a medical mystery that remains unsolved after more than three years. The issues began three years ago when Lashay and her family traveled to Costa Rica for a vacation.

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  2. Properties disqualify Greg Hughes from inland port boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Deseret News

    After discovering his ties to several properties disqualify him from being a Utah Inland Port Authority board member, House Speaker Greg Hughes now wants to change the bill he championed so he can stay in the seat he appointed himself to . Hughes, a developer and property manager, is registered with at least eight companies that own land within the port authority's 5-mile restrictive boundary that prohibits board members from owning property other than their personal residence, under SB234's current conflict of interest provisions.

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  3. Can you find this spot in Salt Lake City?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Deseret News

    The Deseret News' Itty Bitty Salt Lake City is back for its second revived year, and we've hunted out 20 interesting - and yes, tiny - things on our streets for you to find and identify. We know it's hot out there so pack some water, slather on the sunscreen and wander this four-block square area downtown to match tiny pieces of architecture, signs, sculptures and just plain weird stuff with the photographs we've provided here.

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  4. 4 gang members charged in home invasion robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | Deseret News

    Four documented gang members were charged with numerous felonies Thursday for allegedly participating in a home invasion robbery last weekend. On June 15, four men "armed with long guns," forced their way into a house near 6500 South and 4100 West by breaking out the back window, according to charging documents.

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  5. Supreme Court decision a win for Utah brick-and-mortar stores, but not so much for OverstockRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | Deseret News

    Utah brick-and-mortar businesses are celebrating Thursday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling on online sales tax collection, noting a playing field that's been uneven since the dawn of digital commerce can now be made a little more level. The court's 5-4 decision in South Dakota v.

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  6. Your Weekend: This filmed-in-Utah cult classic returns to downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | Deseret News

    George McFly was great, but maybe this was the role Crispin Glover was born to play: The "Back to the Future" actor also starred in the 1991 cult classic "Rubin and Ed," which was filmed in Salt Lake City and other Utah locations. The bizarre film returns to Salt Lake City this weekend for some special screenings.

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  7. LDS Church leaders again update guidelines for bishops' interviews...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 20 | Deseret News

    For the second time in three months, LDS Church leaders are updating guidelines for how bishops interview children and youth. The First Presidency is directing bishops to share a set list of topics and questions with parents and youth before a youth's first interview so everyone knows what will be covered, according to a letter sent Wednesday to general authorities and local leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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  8. 'What heaven looks like': Salt Lake's poorest offered free meal, haircut at Pioneer ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Ed Barnett spends his days working at the airport to save money for his own apartment, and alternates his nights between a friend's place and the downtown homeless shelter. "That's a big step, getting the money together" for an apartment, Barnett said.

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  9. Photos: Archers give best shot at World Cup in Salt Lake CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Competitors check their scores during the Hyundai Archery World Cup in Salt Lake City on Tuesday. More than 300 archers from 40 countries are competing at the Easton Salt Lake Archery Center through Sunday.

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  10. Inaugural Jon M. Huntsman Presidential Chairs named at University of UtahRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Students walk past the "block U" on the University of Utah's campus in Salt Lake City, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015. SALT LAKE CITY - The inaugural Jon M. Huntsman Presidential Chairs at the University of Utah were announced Tuesday, a distinction that recognizes health sciences faculty for excellence in research, clinical care and career progression.

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  11. Utah colleges to use consultant to review tuition waivers, aid policiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    The Utah State Board of Regents will contract with an outside consultant for a comprehensive review of tuition and student aid policies as related to resident and nonresident students. "We need to consider, that given our own capacity issues, we need to consider in our Utah System of Higher Education what is the right mix of resident students and nonresidents," David Buhler, commissioner of higher education, told state lawmakers Tuesday.

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  12. Council won't override veto of controversial development near HerrimanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Protestors hold signs opposing the Olympia Hills development proposal before a town hall meeting in Herriman High School on Thursday, June 14, 2018. HERRIMAN - Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams' veto of the controversial, nearly 8,800-unit housing development near Herriman will stand.

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  13. Not solo - but still soulful - Susan Tedeschi brings renowned family band to UtahRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    There's much to unpack in blues singer-guitarist Susan Tedeschi's 25-year music career, but before diving into talk of her band, touring and the upcoming show in Salt Lake City, Tedeschi is just as eager to share another part of her life she's passionate about: being a mother. From her home in Jacksonville, Florida, Tedeschi proudly speaks of waking up at 5:30 a.m. to make breakfast for her family, watching her soon-to-be high school junior excel in AP chemistry and calculus while balancing a demanding baseball schedule and, as of March, watching him take to the road as a licensed driver.

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  14. In our opinion: Inland Port Authority rules are anything but 'ambiguous'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Sen. Jim Dabakis, D-Salt Lake City, and House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, prepare to speak at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 during a press conference about SB234, Utah Inland Port Authority. The new Utah Inland Port Authority has seen its share of controversy, specifically about Salt Lake City's role in zoning matters and the share of tax increment revenue it receives.

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  15. Reyes expects venue ruling in Utah monument challenge in 'weeks'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes speaks during a news conference Thursday, May 31, 2018, in Salt Lake City. Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes says he expects that in a few short weeks a federal judge could decide if legal challenges to Utah monument reductions are heard in this state or in Washington, D.C. He says Utah plans to intervene in the case.

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  16. Romney spends nearly 5 times as much as Kennedy on U.S. Senate campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mitt Romney speaks at the Utah Technology Innovation Summit in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Romney has spent nearly $2 million on his Republican primary election campaign, about five times that of his opponent Mike Kennedy.

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  17. Herbert approves spending plan for VW settlement moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    Gov. Gary R. Herbert speaks at a press conference launching construction of the Utah Department of Transportation's I-15 tech corridor project at the Rain office in Lehi on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. SALT LAKE CITY - Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed off on a spending plan Tuesday that details how the state will spend $35 million in Volkswagen settlement dollars, including purchasing cleaner government-owned trucks and buses.

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  18. Letter: Why so much money to fix S.L. roads?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Deseret News

    We received the mail notice concerning the .05 percent sales tax increase and a proposed $87 million bond Salt Lake City wants for road maintenance.

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  19. University of Utah endows chair in President Russell M. Nelson and Dantzel Nelson's nameRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 16 | Deseret News

    Dr. Craig H. Selzman, a heart surgery professor in the University of Utah's School of Medicine, sits for a photo with President Russell M. Nelson. Dr. Selzman is the recipient of the Dr. Russell M. Nelson and Dantzel W. Nelson Presidential Endowed Chair in Cardiothoracic Surgery, which was announced on Friday, June 15, 2018.

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  20. Regulations for new Utah cannabis laws several months awayRead the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | Deseret News

    An agriculture department official told state lawmakers Monday that its days as "a sleepy little agency that not a lot of people pay attention to" may be numbered thanks to the department's central role in determining how new cannabis-related laws are implemented in Utah. A handful of recently passed laws dealing with hemp and medical marijuana give the agency "sole oversight" of "cultivation, process, testing and distribution" regulations, said Scott Erickson, deputy commissioner of the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.

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