President Donald Trump; USU professor explains what evidence would have to be available to impeach President Donald Trump.
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What Qualifies A President For Impeachment?

During the past 18 months of Donald Trump’s presidency, there have been national conversations about whether or not he should be impeached. There are organized efforts to move the idea forward, including the group Need to Impeach , which recently visited Utah.

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The Reading Corral is designed to improve literacy skills, life lessons and how to treat and care for horses.
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The Reading Corral program at North Logan Library is a literacy project aimed to help young children improve reading skills while learning about horses. During each session, two miniature horses come to the library and the children are able to interact with them.

Large Drug Bust In Sevier County

Jul 9, 2018
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A Richfield man could face at least 15 years in prison after a large drug bust in Sevier County on Tuesday.

Jason Saunders was arrested with 3/4th of a pound of pure crystal meth. According to Sevier County Sheriff Nate Curtis, Saunders has been dealing meth out of his home. He also had firearms in his home, which increases his charges.

Cache County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public to contact them with information about possible cases of sexual assault after arresting Brevan Baugh.
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The Cache County Sheriff’s Office is looking for information as part of an investigation into possible incidents of sexual abuse involving a Cache County man.

Lt. Brian Locke says 41-year-old Brevan Baugh was arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual abuse of a child Thursday, July 5. Baugh was booked into the Cache County Jail but has since posted the $40,000 bail.

The sheriff’s department believes there may be other victims and is asking anyone with information to contact their office, (435) 755-1000

Utah Implements Online Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System
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A new bill passed by the Utah legislature calls for the implementation of an online system allowing survivors of sexual assault to track the status of their sexual assault kits. 

Karen Beard's most recent study showed a fascinating association between non-native species in Hawaii. Veronica Pozo's recent work demonstrates a frightening connection between social media and police violence. In this episode we discuss how to avoid looking for simple answers to complex problems.

Access to resources have allowed Utah to see its second highest growth in its number of small businesses.
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Starting a business is never easy, according officials at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Close to a fifth of all startups don’t survive more than one year of operation, and nearly half never make it to their fifth anniversary. But Utah’s economic climate is better than most states in the U.S.

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Current and forecasted weather paired with extremely dry vegetation throughout northern Utah have created hazardous fire conditions. 

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In May, the city of St. George initiated an ordinance for residents that limits outdoor watering from 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Data from the last 2 months show that most people are watering their lawns between 4:00 and 6:00 a.m. Because of this, there is a large drop in water pressure causing water coverage from sprinklers to be less effective.

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A former Utah State University student has reached a $250,000 settlement with the school resolving a lawsuit she filed following her rape at a fraternity house in 2015, the university announced Thursday.

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In the past decade, over 45,000 acres of land in southern Utah have had conservation treatments by removing the encroaching pinyon-juniper forest and allowing the native grasses and sagebrush to return.

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Fresh Air Weekend highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for weekends. Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. This week:

The cows were silent on a recent July morning at Mill-King dairy farm in McGregor, Texas. They stood under shade trees, digesting their breakfast, while cicadas buzzed in the branches overhead.

"It's starting to warm up, so they're starting to get a little bit less ... frolicky," says Craig Miller, watching from the fence line.

His grandfather started this farm. Now he runs it, producing nonhomogenized milk from a mostly grass-fed herd. He says this cow behavior is exactly what he expects as the temperature rises.

A storm rolls in over the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana. The clouds are low and dark as distant lightning cracks over a green prairie. Wade Running Crane is starting to get wet.

"This is like a sign from Ashley that she's here," he says of his family friend Ashley Loring.

Ashley's mother, Loxie Loring, is standing next to him.

"She liked this kind of weather," she says. Her daughter also loved riding horses and writing poetry.

"She was outgoing," Loring says. "She wasn't scared of anything, And for how small she is, she was..."

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There was a conspicuous act of bravery in the second half of this week's World Cup championship game.

The French team, which won 4 to 2, was bold and deft. Many of their players are immigrants, or children of immigrants, from Africa. Their victory was also seen as a triumph over bigots in France, who have vilified and attacked immigrants.

The Croatian national team was dauntless. Several of their players were from families who were refugees when their country was torn by war.

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