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Utah Local News
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| CHG Healthcare Named Best Company to Work For by Fortune Magazine for Ninth Straight Year
CHG employees care about their health and the environment. Last year, a group of employees walked more than 30 miles to work in honor of Earth Day.
| Mayor Ben McAdams renews pledge to pull support of homeless site if revenue bill fails
In his fifth State of the County address - potentially his last should he win his congressional bid - Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams highlighted 2017 successes, from overcoming challenges while working to reform the county's homeless system, to maintaining the county's strong financial standing. "I am honored to be here today, repeating the words you've heard from me before: The state of our county is strong," McAdams said in his speech at the Salt Lake County Government Center Monday.
| Utah Supreme Court overturns conviction for man accused of killing wife
The Utah Supreme Court has overturned a 2013 conviction for a Midvale man accused of shooting his wife in the head as they drove down State Street together. Komasquin Lopez, now 47, was found guilty by a jury of killing his wife, 32-year-old Shannon Lopez, and of using a gun to do it.
| 2 news Midvale couple jailed after allegedly failing to adequately...
A Midvale couple has been charged with second-degree felony child abuse after a doctor found their children, both under 2 years old at the time, were severely malnourished. The couple, a 27-year-old man and 26-year-old woman, were charged in 3rd District Court on Thursday, each with two counts of child abuse.
| Police: Malnourished babies led to abuse charges for Midvale couple
Antoine Torrez Scott, 27, and Andrea Kendrick, 26, are charged in 3rd District Court with two counts of child abuse, a second-degree felony. In September, the couple took their children, ages 10 months and 18 months, to the doctor for a routine physical exam.
| Reptile rescuer accused of abandoning snakes, spiders at warehouse
Dozens of venomous snakes, poisonous spiders, alligators, turtles and other creatures are pictured at a warehouse at 641 W. 6960 South in Midvale on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018. In a phone interview from his hospital bed at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray on Wednesday, James Dix, owner of Utah's Reptile Rescue Service, said he had a heart attack and that is why he hasn't been able to care for dozens of venomous snakes, poisonous spiders, alligators, turtles and other creatures at he left at the warehouse.
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Locksmith technicians need to stay updated about restrictions that concern their profession, and they as well need to remain updated on any brand new applied sciences that relate to motor vehicles, locks, safety and security systems, and so on. As regulation and technology advance, locksmithing gets a lot more difficult.