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Boil order and cleanup continues for Panguitch drinking water

Panguitch City is on a boil order for culinary water as crews work to clean up a potential contamination. The Garfield County Sheriff’s office reports efforts to clear out a bacterial contamination after flooding and debris moved through the watershed. According to the Sheriff’s Office, many volunteers are helping to […]

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Sevier County Superintendent warns parents of online dangers for kids

Sevier County Superintendent warns parents of online dangers for kids

Sevier County Superintendent Cade Douglas joins Morning Talk host Aimee Cobabe for an interview on online safety for kids. A father himself, Douglas discusses the steps parents can take to help their kids stay safe when using smart devices. More resources can be found on the Sevier School District Website.  […]

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Salina City turns irrigation water back on, with restrictions

Salina City turns irrigation water back on, with restrictions

Irrigation water is available in Salina City after the water was shut off earlier in July. According to a post on the Salina City Facebook pate, the irrigation pond is now to a safe point of having the water turned back into the lines. A strict watering schedule has been […]

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Man charged with starting wildfire wants trial moved

Man charged with starting wildfire wants trial moved

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah man charged with accidentally starting a wildfire near Brian Head has asked a judge to move his case outside Iron County. The Deseret News reports Robert Ray Lyman’s attorney, Andrew Deiss, wrote in a motion filed last week that the blaze affected so many people […]

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Ex-intelligence officer pleads not guilty in espionage case

Ex-intelligence officer pleads not guilty in espionage case

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former U.S. intelligence officer has pleaded not guilty to charges he tried to sell secrets to China. Ron Rockwell Hansen entered his plea in a federal court in his home state of Utah on Friday. Judge Paul Warner has ordered him held without bail […]

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Judge weighs trying teen as an adult in backpack-bomb case

Judge weighs trying teen as an adult in backpack-bomb case

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — A Utah judge is considering whether a teenager accused of trying to blow up a homemade backpack bomb at a high school after looking at Islamic State propaganda should stand trial as an adult. Defense attorneys argued Monday the 16-year-old has been bullied and suffers […]

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Wreckage from missing plane found, pilot’s body identified

Wreckage from missing plane found, pilot’s body identified

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Officials say hikers in central Colorado spotted the wreckage of a plane that went missing after it left Erie for a destination in Utah. Park County Undersheriff Dave Wohlers says the body of the plane’s pilot, 67-year-old Quentin Aschoff, was found in the wreckage on Mosquito […]

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Police: Deaths of 2 whose bodies found in Ogden not linked

Police: Deaths of 2 whose bodies found in Ogden not linked

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Police say they do not believe the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in Ogden in less than 24 hours are connected. Ogden police Lt. Tim Scott tells the Standard-Examiner the death of a man found Monday near 26th Street and Monroe Boulevard is being investigated […]

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Sevier County Sheriff's Office

Clean-up starts after flooding in Richfield Saturday

The clean-up process is starting in Richfield after flooding caused headaches for travelers and homeowners Saturday. According to Sevier County Sheriff, Nate Curtis, a dozen homes were effected by flood waters with half of those receiving some damage. The flooding spread across I-70 for over an hour and washed out […]

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Police: Pursuit ending in fatal crash was over registration

Police: Pursuit ending in fatal crash was over registration

AMERICAN FORK, Utah (AP) — Police in Utah say a vehicle pursuit that ended in a crash that killed an 88-year-old motorist began with a traffic stop for a revoked registration. American Fork police Sgt. Josh Christensen said Monday that 21-year-old Trevor Pitcher feared police would impound his pickup truck […]

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