“There are no winners here,” said Wayne Klein, a court-appointed conflicts receiver tasked with retrieving around half-a-million dollars fraudulently donated to Utah State University. “The investors aren’t going to get all their money back, Utah State is getting shafted and everybody’s a loser.”

Editor’s Note: The following story was supported by funding from The Water Desk, an initiative of the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado, and was reported by The Utah Investigative Journalism Project in partnership with The Herald Journal, The Spectrum, The Dai…

The first large wildfire of the season in Box Elder County has been successfully contained as firefighters from local, state and federal agencies teamed up to attack a blaze that burned through nearly a square mile of uninhabited rangeland near the Idaho state line.

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