Military ethics

Misconduct forces more soldiers out

The number of U.S. soldiers forced out of the Army because of crimes or misconduct has soared in the past several years.

Eric Millerberg, center, and his defense attorneys Haylee Mills, left, and Randall Marshall, right, listen to opening statements by Deputy Weber County prosecuting attorney Chris Shaw, Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, in Ogden, Utah. Millerberg has been charged with injecting his 16-year-old baby sitter, Alexis Rasmussen, with a fatal dose of heroin and methamphetamine, then taking his wife and infant daughter along to dump Rasmussen's body near a river. (AP Photo/The Salt Lake Tribune, Leah Hogsten, Pool)

Man convicted in babysitter’s murder

A jury Friday found a Utah man guilty of child abuse homicide in the death of a teenage babysitter who prosecutors say died after the man ga…

Farrell's Dewayne Burns

Farrell boys topple Sharon

Farrell placed four players in double-figures in a dominant 74-39 win over Sharon Friday night.