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Car Plows Into St. George Home 

(St. George, UT)  –  A man is recovering at the hospital after a teen driver plowed into his Saint George home.  Saint George News reports the 16-year-old driver told investigators he had looked at the radio and lost control of the car on West 360 North late Wednesday night before […]

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Miss Manti pageant coming Friday

Six young ladies will walk across the stage this Friday evening as they compete in the Miss Manti Pageant. Those competing for the crown include Amber Naylor, daughter of Mike and Alisha Traina and Andy Naylor; Jasmine Alcala, daughter of Martin and Clair Ann Alcala; Aubreigh McGregor, daughter of Charyce […]

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Hatch, Rep. Chris Stewart Push For Suicide Hotline

(Salt Lake City, UT) — Senator Orrin Hatch and U.S. Representative Chris Stewart from Utah are behind legislation to set up a three-digit national suicide prevention hotline. Hatch says it’s needed in light of youth suicide tripling in Utah in the past decade. Supporters say the national hotline number 800-273-TALK […]

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DNR: Water Still Dangerously Cold For Boaters

(Salt Lake City, UT) — The Utah Department of Natural Resources is urging boaters heading out as the weather gets warm to be aware of the water’s temperature. They say water temps in northern Utah are still dangerously cold. They urge all boaters to wear life preservers, and to be […]

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Democrat, professor joins ’18 race for Hatch’s Senate seat

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Salt Lake City college professor who co-founded the Utah League of Native American Voters is running for Republican Orrin Hatch’s U.S. Senate seat. James Singer launched his campaign this week, saying he wants to work on income inequality, gender inequality and racism in the […]

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Probation Officer Who Pulled Gun In Road Rage Incident Sentenced 

(Washington City, UT)  –  A probation officer who pulled his gun on a man who reportedly cut him off in traffic takes a plea deal.  Prosecutors dropped all but one third degree felony count against Kim Terry the Second in court Tuesday in exchange for his guilty plea.  The Spectrum reports […]

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Utah AG Asks Judge To Dismiss Brewvies Lawsuit 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Utah’s attorney general is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a Salt Lake City movie theater that serves alcohol.  The state filed a motion last month in U.S. District Court asking for an end to a long-running suit involving Brewvies Cinema Pub.  […]

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Health Survey Unveils Misconceptions About Utahns’ Health 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Utahns apparently think they are a lot healthier than they really are.  A new survey released by Envision Utah and Get Healthy Utah shows that 51-percent of state residents who think they are healthy are actually overweight or obese.  While 30-percent of those who took part […]

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Rockslides damaged North Rim water pipeline at Grand Canyon

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) — Grand Canyon National Park officials say the North Rim will open as scheduled May 15 but some services will be limited while a water supply pipeline is repaired after being damaged by rockslides over the winter. Officials say trucks are hauling water to […]

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Supporters of Bundy case defendants rally at Nevada prison

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Supporters of Nevada rancher and states’ rights figure Cliven Bundy and his sons went to a federal detention center to protest conditions in which defendants are being held while awaiting trial in federal court in Las Vegas. A rally organizer and spokesman, Doug Knowles, says the […]

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