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Utah Gov. Herbert wants liquor stores to stay open

Legislators should strongly consider permanently protecting profitable liquor stores from closure, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday. Full story

500-year-old book surfaces in Utah

Book dealer Ken Sanders has seen a lot of nothing in his decades appraising "rare" finds pulled from attics and basements, storage sheds and closets. Full story

Utah officials trying to contain measles outbreak

Utah state health officials have taken the unusual step of warning anyone who attended two recent Salt Lake City-area community events that they may have been exposed to measles. Full story

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4 Utahns confirmed with measles; schools on alert

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Gas prices rise almost 3 cents in last 2 weeks

Trial begins 8 years after Smart kidnapping

Judge: Suspect in Smart case can get fair trial

Patrol: Driver smoked pot for days before crash

Some Utah fire evacuees allowed back in homes

Utah's National Guard chief takes blame for fire

Utah pipeline break fouls geese, ducks

‘Genealogy tourists’ flock to Salt Lake City

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  Sex scandal in Mormon musical family

The father of a Mormon family piano group pleads guilty to molestation after his daughters came forward to accuse him of abuse.  NBC’s Lee Cowan reports.

  The Way Back Home

The Federal Heights neighborhood, in Salt Lake City, is the last place you would expect a crime to occur, but in the spring of 2002 Elizabeth Smart was abducted from her very own bedroom. What happened that night? Natalie Morales sits down with Ed and Louis Smart as they recount that fateful night.

  Crews battle massive blaze sparked by gunfire

At least 1,400 homes have been evacuated in Utah ahead of a fast-moving grassfire outside of Salt Lake City. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Hatch a lonely Republican grown-up

Rachel Maddow points out that Orrin Hatch has emerged as the rare "Constitutional conservative" willing to speak out in support of the right of Muslims to build a community center in lower Manhattan.

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