July 24, 2003 |
Eight people will share a $250,000 reward offered in the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping case, Salt Lake City said. Most of those getting the money have asked for anonymity. After an investigation of information that led to the girl's safe return on March 12, Mayor Rocky Anderson and Police Chief Rick Dinse concluded that the eight would split the reward in equal shares of $31,250. The money was raised mainly through private donations but administered by the city.
February 16, 2007 |
The Salt Lake City mayor and police chief sought to head off any backlash against Bosnian immigrants three days after a Bosnian teenager shot five people to death in a shopping mall and then died in a shootout. Mayor Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson strongly criticized Internet postings and e-mails sent to newspapers that concluded the shooter was an Islamic terrorist. Police said there was no evidence to support such an allegation.
February 13, 2007 |
A gunman sprayed a popular Salt Lake City shopping mall Monday evening, killing five people before he was killed, authorities said. The man, whose identity was not released Monday night, opened fire about 6:45 p.m. MST at Trolley Square Mall, a two-story complex in a former trolley barn that takes up a full block in downtown Salt Lake City. He was wearing a trenchcoat and carrying a shotgun or a rifle, witnesses said.
October 17, 2012 |
Larry King will moderate a debate among the third-party presidential candidates on Oct. 23, the Free and Equal Elections Foundation announced on Tuesday. The debate, which will be held in Chicago, will feature Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode, and Rocky Anderson of the newly formed Justice Party. The event will be broadcast live on Ora TV, the digital programming service where King launched his online talk show, “Larry King Now,” earlier this year.
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June 14, 2003 |
The City Council has approved a plan to give up an easement through a downtown plaza owned by the Mormon Church in a bid to settle a dispute over free-speech rights. The plan would give the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints the ability to control access and behavior on the downtown block of Main Street. In return, the city would get land now owned by the church in a low-income area and use it for a community center.
May 29, 2003 |
No evidence exists to support claims that Salt Lake City police leaked information about the Elizabeth Smart investigation to reporters, according to a report by the police chief released on Wednesday. Chief Rick Dinse and Mayor Rocky Anderson met for about an hour Wednesday to discuss the report, sent by Dinse to Anderson last week and released by the city. Anderson had not finished reviewing the report and had no comment, his spokesman Josh Ewing said.