Sean Reyes

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Utah’s Attorney General launched the state’s anti-bullying campaign during the Park City High School Monday morning assembly. Joining him was a man who travels the world speaking about kindness and self-love. Despite his physical limits and small stature, he kept some 1500 students captivated for an hour.

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Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes visited Park City High School  Monday morning to kick off an anti bullying initiative that is rolling out all over the country. Joining him were talented guests who brought their own message of selflove and kindness. KPCW was there and has a sample of the AG’s morning message to the Park City High School student body and faculty.

Liberty Defense

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes announced a partnership with security manufacturer Liberty Defense to begin beta testing new imaging technology in Utah. The scanners could be used at sports stadiums, schools and large events, like the ones Park City hosts. 

Republican incumbent Attorney General Seam Reyes squared off against Democratic challenger Charles Stormount in a debate at BYU Wednesday evening, each stating their foremost priority is to restore integrity and honor to the Attorney General office. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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Incumbent Republican Sean Reyes squares off against challenger Democrat Charles Stormount in their frist public debate Wednesday.

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Utah is going straight to the U.S. Supreme Court to challenge a federal appeals court ruling that found states must allow gay couples to marry.

State Attorney General Sean Reyes' office said in a statement Wednesday it will file an appeal to the high court sometime in the next couple of weeks, rather than taking its case to the entire 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes spoke at a rally Friday in Salt Lake in favor of the same-sex marriage ban. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Utah consumers will begin receiving account credits or checks this week in partial settlement of an E-book price-fixing lawsuit brought by attorneys general in 33 states. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.