A musician is planning a festival in Hildale, Utah, one of two towns on the Utah-Arizona line that's home to the religious group known as the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Two polygamous towns in Arizona and Utah face a Monday deadline for handing in written closing arguments over how to respond to a jury verdict that concluded the communities discriminated against non-believers.
A court hearing beginning Monday will explore the federal government's bid to disband the shared police department for two polygamous towns in Arizona and Utah that were found to have discriminated against nonbelievers.
The police department in a polygamous community along the Utah-Arizona border is facing new claims of discrimination in a lawsuit filed by two men arrested on allegations of trespassing at a former city zoo.
Two polygamous towns on the Arizona-Utah line are opposing the federal government's bid to disband their shared police department as a way to remedy religious-based discrimination against nonbelievers.
The police department in a polygamous community on the Utah-Arizona border is inflicted by an entrenched culture of following sect leader edicts at the expense of the constitutional rights of nonbelievers and should be disbanded, the federal government recommended in a new court filing.
PHOENIX (AP) — Closing arguments are scheduled Wednesday in a civil rights case against two cities on the Arizona-Utah line that are accused of discriminating against people who aren't members of a polygamous sect.
The former head of security for a polygamous church testified at a federal trial against two towns in Arizona and Utah about how he went from being a fierce defender of his church to turning against it.
A witness in the federal trial against two polygamous towns on the Arizona-Utah border is telling jurors how he was intimidated by church leaders after he left the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.