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  1. About 55 people at Utah homeless shelter suffer food poisoningRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Reuters

    About 55 people, including some children, fell ill with suspected food poisoning at a homeless shelter in Salt Lake City on the weekend, and authorities were investigating the source of the illness, officials said on Monday. Ambulances and a bus were sent to the shelter on Sunday to take those sickened to local hospitals, where they reported nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea, according to Salt Lake City Fire Department spokesman Jasen Asay.

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  2. Mormon leader L. Tom Perry dies at 92, opposed same-sex marriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Reuters

    Mormon leader L. Tom Perry, the oldest member of the faith's highest governing body and who spoke against same-sex marriage, died from cancer on Saturday at age 92, the church said. Perry, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, died at his home in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said in a statement.

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  3. What next for brand FIFA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 29 | Reuters

    Sepp Blatter has told delegates at a football congress in Zurich that FIFA's reputation ''couldn't be dragged through mud.' ' But the organisation's reputation has clearly taken a hit.

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  4. Soccer-IOC's own bitter lessons could prove useful for FIFARead the original story

    Thursday May 28 | Reuters

    FIFA could learn from the lessons of the International Olympic Committee's own bribery affair as it battles to survive the biggest corruption scandal world soccer has ever seen. U.S. prosecutors issued an indictment on Wednesday accusing nine FIFA officials, including two vice presidents, and five sports media and promotions executives of bribes involving more than $150 million over 24 years.

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  5. U.S. House eyes narrowing spy access to Americans' personal dataRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Reuters

    A National Security Agency data gathering facility is seen in Bluffdale, about 25 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah, in this December 16, 2013 file photo. Cayman Macdonald, a member of the protest group Code Pink, protests outside the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, in this January 17, 2014 file photo.

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  6. Tesoro cancels Utah crude pipeline projectRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | Reuters

    May 11 Tesoro Corp has canceled a crude pipeline project in Utah because of low oil prices and economic challenges, the company said on Monday. Tesoro might reevaluate moving forward with the 135-mile insulated pipeline "in the future under more favorable conditions," a spokeswoman said.

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  7. Utah man sues police for dog attackRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2015 | Reuters

    A Utah man is suing West Jordan Police in Salt Lake City for using excessive force by commanding a dog to attack him. Jillian Kitchener reports.

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  8. Mormons defend traditional marriage at annual conferenceRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2015 | Reuters

    Less than three weeks after Utah enacted the state's first nondiscrimination protections for gay and transgender residents, the Mormon Church on Saturday extolled the eternal value of marriage between a man and a woman. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has long held that marriage is a sacred union, in life and in the hereafter, and reiterated that belief in its 185th Annual General Convention in Salt Lake City.

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  9. Obama meets with Mormon church leaders during Utah visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Reuters

    U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Mormon leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including President Henry Eyring , at his hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah April 2, 2015. - President Barack Obama met with top leaders of the Mormon church shortly after arriving in Utah on Thursday to discuss immigration reform and other issues, his spokesman said. 21 comments

  10. Colorado teen found in suitcase suffered drug overdose: coronerRead the original story

    Mar 31, 2015 | Reuters

    A teenage Colorado girl whose remains were found dumped in a suitcase in a remote park area last month died from a drug overdose, the local coroner's office said on Tuesday. Kelly Mae Myers, 18, was reported missing in the mountain town of Grand Junction in December by relatives who said she may have tried to hitchhike to visit friends in Salt Lake City.

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  11. Compensation costs down 20 percent in Goldman Sachs European armRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2015 | Reuters

    Goldman Sachs International, the European arm of the Wall Street bank, saw compensation costs fall 20 percent in 2014 to $3 billion compared to a year earlier, according to its annual report. The number of staff at Goldman Sachs International rose 2 percent to 5,582 compared to 2013, meaning on average each employee was paid around $543,000 in 2014, according to the report posted on the bank's website.

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  12. Deal reached over insurance money for missing Utah mother Susan PowellRead the original story

    Mar 27, 2015 | Reuters

    The family of Susan Powell, a Utah woman who vanished in 2009 and whose husband later killed himself and the couple's two young sons, has reached a settlement with her husband's family over the couple's estate and life insurance money, court records show. The resolution was reached after a brief hearing in state court in Salt Lake City on Thursday, court records show.

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  13. Police name persons of interest in death of Colorado teen girlRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2015 | Reuters

    Utah police identified on Tuesday two people of interest in the death of a teenage Colorado girl who vanished in December and whose remains were found in a suitcase in a remote park area late last month. Kelly Mae Myers, 18, was reported missing in the mountain town of Grand Junction by relatives who said she might have been trying to hitchhike to visit friends in the Salt Lake City area.

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  14. Backers of Boston Olympics call for statewide referendum on bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2015 | Reuters

    The backers of Boston's bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games called on Tuesday for a statewide referendum in 2016 on whether the bid should go forward, adding that they would abandon the attempt without majority support statewide and in Boston. The proposal, made by John Fish, a construction executive serving as chairman of the Boston 2024 Partnership, came in the wake of a poll last week that found most residents of the greater Boston area oppose hosting the Summer Games.

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  15. Utah brings back firing squads if lethal drugs unavailableRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2015 | Reuters

    Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed a law on Monday that makes Utah the only U.S. state to authorize the use of firing squads for executions if lethal drugs are not available, his spokesman said. The Republican-sponsored bill, which was passed by the state Senate earlier this month, was introduced amid national concerns about the efficacy of lethal injections.

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  16. Boston Olympic backers say won't make bid without public supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2015 | Reuters

    The organizers for Boston's campaign to host the 2024 Olympic Games on Monday said they would not make a final bid to the International Olympic Committee unless a majority of Massachusetts residents support the idea. The vow, which came in a full-page ads in the Boston Globe and Boston Herald newspapers, comes days after a poll showed that a majority of Boston-area residents opposed the idea, with many concerned that city taxpayers would be left to cover some of the estimated $9.5 billion costs of hosting the Summer Games.

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  17. Utah sues water utility serving polygamous towns on Arizona borderRead the original story

    Mar 20, 2015 | Reuters

    Utah's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against a water utility that serves two polygamous church-run towns on the Utah-Arizona border, arguing it has not paid a Utah state trust that owns most of the land in the towns. Attorney General Sean Reyes' office is asking a court to dissolve Twin City Water Works Inc, which supplies Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Arizona, home to the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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  18. Majority of Boston-area residents now oppose 2024 Olympic bid: pollRead the original story

    Mar 20, 2015 | Reuters

    A majority of Boston-area residents now oppose the U.S. bid to have the New England city host the 2024 Olympic Games, amid growing concern that taxpayers would be stuck with the bill, according to a poll released on Friday. The poll conducted this week for WBUR radio by the MassInc Polling Group found that 52 percent of Boston-area residents oppose the idea of having the Summer Games in and around eastern Massachusetts.

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  19. Toddler rescued from car in Utah river released from hospitalRead the original story

    Mar 11, 2015 | Reuters

    A toddler rescued from a car that plunged into a Utah river last week was released from a Salt Lake City hospital on Wednesday, four days after she was found alive and dangling upside down in her car seat some 14 hours after the crash, the hospital said. The girl, 18-month old Lily Groesbeck, was found by a fisherman on Saturday in a car seat inside the upturned vehicle alongside the body of her 25-year-old mother, Lynn Jennifer Groesbeck, who was killed in the accident, police said.

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  20. Colorado police find remains of teen girl missing since DecemberRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2015 | Reuters

    The remains of an 18-year-old girl who vanished in western Colorado late last year have been found and the police are treating the teen's death as suspicious, authorities said. Kelly Mae Myers was reported missing by relatives in the mountain town of Grand Junction who said they last heard from her on Dec. 18 and described her disappearance as very unusual.

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