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Kyle Dunphey is a reporter on the Utah InDepth team, covering a mix of topics including politics, the environment and breaking news. A Vermont native, he studied communications at the University of Utah and graduated in 2020. Whether on his skis or his bike, you can find Kyle year-round exploring Utah’s mountains.

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How an unsolved double homicide and Gabby Petito’s final days have cast a dark cloud over sunny Moab

Locals say they are grief-stricken, afraid and angry as the investigation into the murder of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner enters week six without answers.

‘I can still hear her voice’: Arches park ranger warned Gabby Petito her relationship with Brian Laundrie seemed ‘toxic’

Drought and climate change are draining the Colorado River. Sens. Mitt Romney and Michael Bennet went to see for themselves

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How do Utahns view the Afghanistan withdrawal? Look to political affiliation

A majority of Utah voters have an unfavorable view of how the United States withdrew troops from Afghanistan, a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows.

Utah will soon see hundreds of refugees. Is there enough affordable housing?

Record-breaking number of public comments could delay Little Cottonwood traffic plans

Inside a BYU professor’s push to help a family escape the Taliban 

Who regulates amusement parks? In some states, it’s the park itself

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An Afghan refugee shares his personal account of chaos in Kabul

Azim Kakaie’s wife was beaten by the Taliban. His family narrowly escaped the suicide bombing. But now they’re separated.

Will Texas’ new abortion law influence Utah politicians to pass similar legislation?