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Helicopter video spotlights end to dramatic four-county police chase

standard.net — FARR WEST - The two men involved in a high-speed police pursuit that spanned four counties were identified Tuesday. Justin St. John and Rodney Milligan were booked into the Summit County Jail on suspicion of possessing a stolen vehicle, possessing drug paraphernalia, having an open alcohol container in a vehicle and fleeing a law enforcement officer.

Defense wants more time in Woods Cross DUI homicide case

standard.net — FARMINGTON --- A third hearing has been scheduled for a 48-year-old man suspected of causing the death of another man in an October DUI auto accident. David C. Helm is charged with automobile homicide criminal negligence while driving under the influence of alcohol, a second-degree felony.

Our View: It’s up to Jazz GM Lindsey

standard.net — Say goodbye to former Utah Jazz basketball coach Tyrone Corbin, whose contract was not renewed earlier this week. Technically, he's not fired, but for all purposes, that's what occurred -- he was canned, let go, discharged. It's the first time in 32 years that a Jazz coach left involuntarily.

Winds cause semitrailer rollovers near Tremonton, other hazards

standard.net — TREMONTON -- Two semitrailers were toppled by heavy winds near the junction of Interstate 15 and Interstate 84 in quick succession Tuesday afternoon, leaving one driver in serious condition. UPS and Associated Food Stores semitrailers were traveling on southbound I-15 at about 4:30 p.m.

Joyful return from Asia of Hill F-16 forces

standard.net — HILL AIR FORCE BASE -- Rain clouds threatened, but the only water to hit the ground Tuesday at Hill Air Force Base came in the form of tears falling from the eyes of family members reuniting.

Forty years later, Ogden Hi-Fi murders are still considered the worst

standard.net — It was one of the most heinous acts in Ogden's history and was seen nationwide as one of the most horrid and cruel murders at the time. Forty years later, its impact lives on. It was first reported in the Standard-Examiner that on April 22, 1974, at least two men entered the Hi-Fi Stereo Shop located on 2323 Washington Boulevard around 7 p.m.
Interesting history - or sensationalism? Reader reax mixed to @standardex story on anniversary of Hi-Fi Murders. standard.net/stories/2014/0…
Interesting history - or sensationalism? Reader reactions mixed to @standardex story on anniversary of Hi-Fi Murders. standard.net/stories/2014/0…
I was 15 when this happened: Forty years later, Ogden Hi-Fi murders are still considered the worst standard.net/stories/2014/0… @standardex