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Dirt Bike Rider Rescued By Helicopter 

(Washington County, UT)  –  A dirt bike rider is recovering this morning after a crash that forced search and rescue crews to pluck him from the wilderness.  Officials say the 39-year-old and another man were on a dirt road near Pine Valley Mountain when he crashed and hurt his neck and […]

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Mayor Receives Suspended Sentence For Poaching 

(Hurricane, UT)  –  The mayor of Hurricane receives a year-long suspended jail sentence for helping two men poach deer on his property.  John Bramall reached a deal with prosecutors earlier this week that saw him plead guilty to a charge of attempted aiding or assisting in a wildlife violation.  Bramall will […]

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Utah Among Top-Five States For Spring Break Instagram Posts 

(Undated)  –  Utah might be a hotter spring break destination than most people think.  A new study by ProjectKnow ranked U.S. states by the number of Instagram posts connected to spring break that were made this year.  Utah finished fifth overall with just under 80 posts per 100-thousand people.  Florida, […]

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Miss Mt. Pleasant to be chosen on Friday

Five young ladies will compete for the title of Miss Mt. Pleasant City on Friday. The pageant is under new direction this year, and a new phase has also been added. During the Lifestyle and Fitness competition, contestants will perform a fitness routine designed to demonstrate the girls’ level of […]

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California Man Flees from UHP, Manhunt in Elsinore Ensues

A California man was arrested Wednesday following a manhunt in Elsinore, Utah. A Utah Highway Patrol trooper stopped a Prius Tuesday evening near the Elsinore Interstate-70 off-ramp for taillight and no visible registration violations. When the trooper approached the car, he smelled marijuana and brought the driver to the patrol […]

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University Of Utah Creates First “Esports” Varsity Team 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  The University of Utah is creating the first-ever varsity level “esports” team in the United States.  The university announced yesterday that it will start with partial scholarships for members of its competition video game team, but will work toward raising money to fund the program on […]

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State, Federal Officials Team Up For Fraud Prevention 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Utah officials are teaming up with the federal government to help prevent fraud.  The U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Utah Attorney General and the Securities and Exchange Commission unveiled the “Stop Fraud Utah” campaign yesterday.  The FBI ranks Utah in the top five nationally when it comes […]

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Former UTA Board Member Indicted For Allegedly Concealing Assets 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Federal prosecutors are taking a former Utah Transit Authority board member to court for allegedly concealing assets from the government.  Terry Diehl was indicted yesterday on charges connected to a U.S. bankruptcy court filing.  Prosecutors say Diehl filed false statements and used a company run by […]

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Former Olympic Ice Arena Could Close Due To Loss Of Funding 

(Provo, UT)  –  A Provo ice skating arena built for the 2002 Winter Olympics is facing an uncertain future.  City officials say Utah County will end financial support for the Peaks Ice Arena within the next six months.  An email sent earlier this week to those who use the rink said […]

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Utah Woman Injured In London Attack Feels Sorry For Terrorist 

(London)  –  The Utah woman who was injured in a terrorist attack in London says she feels no hate for the man who killed her husband.  Melissa Cochran spoke to the BBC yesterday on the two-week anniversary of the SUV crash on Westminster Bridge that took the life of her […]

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