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2 Zion Trails Off Limits Because Of Rock And Mud Slides

(Springdale, UT) — Rangers are warning hikers to steer clear of a couple of trails in Zion National Park due to mud and rock slides. Recent storms caused the mudslides which still cover portions of the Lower Emerald and Sand Beach trails. Park officials advise visitors that poor weather conditions […]

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Cops Find Central Utah Robbery Suspect Hiding In Manure-Filled Corral

(Payson, UT) — A Nephi man on the loose suspected of armed robbery is now in custody after police found him hiding in a manure-filled corral. On Tuesday, Joshua Campbell and Jessica Savory were at the Subway restaurant drive-thru window in Payson where they tried unsuccessfully to rob the store. […]

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Cedar City Man Pleads Guilty To Attempted Misuse Of Funds

(Cedar City,UT) — A former Cedar City events coordinator gets jail time for misuse of public funds. Bryon Linford took a plea bargain for lesser misdemeanor charges in exchange for repaying the city nearly 30-thousand dollars and 30 days of time behind bars. Bryon was originally facing felony charges for […]

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Crackdown In Washington County On Illegal Activities At Several Massage Parlors

(St. George, UT) — Seven women are in custody after a multi agency task force served warrants for illegal activity at several Washington County massage parlors. The women worked in massage parlors operated without proper licensing in St. George and Washington City. Additionally, when undercover officers visited the parlors, they […]

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US seeks changes to coal program, but Trump could alter path

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. officials say a yearlong review shows coal sales from public lands need to be modernized to deal with climate change and give taxpayers a fair return. The Interior Department imposed a moratorium on new coal sales last year. It’s now considering raising royalty rates and […]

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Avalanche Closes Road In Emery County Until Next Week

(Emery County, UT) — A state road in Emery County is closed following an avalanche. Avalanches in Huntington Canyon brought down trees and snow in several places along the roadway. The county sheriff’s department says State Road 31 from Electric Lake to milepost 30 will remain closed until sometime next […]

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Utah Doctors Hope New CDC Guidelines Will Increase HPV Shots

(Salt Lake City, UT) — State health officials are hoping new guidelines by the CDC will help get more children vaccinated for a virus that causes cancer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reduced the number of shots needed for the HPV treatment from three to two. The […]

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Judge tosses lawsuit from ex-members of polygamous group

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A judge is throwing out a lawsuit against polygamous leader Warren Jeffs that took aim at the group’s longtime Utah law firm by claiming attorneys created a veneer that helped perpetuate abuses like child labor and underage marriage. U.S. District Judge Ted Stewart decided Wednesday […]

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Sen. Hatch: Grilling Won’t Stop Sessions Confirmation

(Washington, DC) — Senator Orrin Hatch says the Democrats’ grilling of attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions won’t be enough to stop his confirmation. In the first day of Sessions’s confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill, he was asked if he ever supported the Ku Klux Klan. Hatch called the line of […]

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Plea Deal Possible for Man Charged Twice in Millard County Deputy’s Death

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah man who was found not guilty in the death of a sheriff’s deputy after saying the officer’s brother killed her is now weighing a possible plea deal in a second round of charges against him. A lawyer for Roberto Roman said Wednesday the […]

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