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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. 

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Four undocumented workers were arrested after stealing identities and participate in other illegal activities.

As we’ve reported four men were arrested in Summit County two weeks ago following an operation by the SECURE Strikeforce from the Utah Attorney General’s Office.  The men were arrested for a total of 17 felonies and have since been detained by ICE officials. Investigations Chief with the Utah Attorney General’s Office, Leo Lucey explains how the identities were stolen.

The Utah Attorney General has filed charges against a former victim advocate with the Summit County Attorney's office, alleging that she misused public donations that came to her as part of her job. Rick Brough has more:

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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After more than a year and a half of investigation, Utah's two former attorneys general have been arrested as part of a bribery investigation. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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.

  The Utah Attorney General's office has issued a written scolding to the board of directors of the Heber Light and Power company and recommends that the board improves the way it conducts the public business. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The new chair of a legislative committee investigating Utah Attorney General John Swallow says the hopes to have a first meeting soon, but a potential conflict of interest may cause him to step aside. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.