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.

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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...
Attorneys for a 17-year-old girl charged with murder in the death of Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride will argue to have her case moved to Salt Lake County next month.
A woman accused of killing six infants and hiding them in the garage of a Pleasant Grove home will wait until at least October before deciding whether she wants a hearing on the evidence against her.
A 62-year-old Murray man was hospitalized in critical condition Saturday after a metal pole he was using hit a power line, shocking him.
Search and rescue crews recovered a body from Pineview Reservoir near Ogden on Saturday after a fisherman reported seeing it in the water.
Four homes were damaged Saturday after a fire broke out at a mobile home park in St. George.
The bodies of 10 horses that died in a large field in Magna have been sent for examinations as the investigation into their death continues.
Mary Hansen, who shot and killed her 18-year-old daughter, Virginia, was ordered to prison Tuesday. The woman pleaded guilty but mentally ill to manslaughter in the March 2012 shooting, which Hansen said was pa...