Emiley Morgan
Emiley Morgan is a legal affairs reporter for the Deseret News. She worked in the Features department before joining the News Division in 2009. Before her time at the Deseret News, she worked as a reporter and editor for BYU's Daily Universe. Emiley grew up in Greeley, Colo., and attended BYU, where she graduated with a degree in Communications: Print Journalism in 2009. During her time at BYU, she studied Italian in Rome and Turin, participated in a foreign correspondent's training in Prague and worked as an intern in the Scottish Parliament. She currently resides in Salt Lake City with her husband.

Connect with Emiley Morgan

Email emorgan@deseretnews.com twitter @DNewsCrimeTeam Subscribe

A Utah-based agent for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been indicted in federal court for assaulting someone in custody.
A Logan man accused of chaining his 6-year-old son to a bed while he was at work has been ordered to stand trial on the charges against him.
A former firefighter has filed a lawsuit against the Clinton Fire Department for discrimination and harassment she said spanned her five-year tenure with the department.
Jesse Trentadue has spent nearly two decades searching for answers in the death of his brother on a path that has led him to question both the government's explanation for the death and whether they are hiding ...
At least 10 homes were temporarily evacuated and another 40 were on "standby" to evacuate after a growing grass fire broke out on the east bench of Springville in the middle of the night.
Two comic book conventions could be heading to battle over the use of "Comic Con."
A 31-year-old Millcreek man was shot and killed Friday after firing on police officers who responded to a domestic dispute at the man's home, police said.
The family of two kayakers who were killed in an accident on the Jordan River have been awarded more than $2 million in damages in the deaths of their loved ones by a jury.
The second of three men charged in the 2011 shooting death of a Provo man has been ordered to prison.
A federal judge will hear arguments on whether to throw out a lawsuit filed against the Deseret News and the owners of the Salt Lake Tribune by a group critical of the papers' joint operating agreement that was...