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    Suspect abandons car, passenger in traffic stop; on run in SLC

    SALT LAKE CITY – Investigators are searching for a man who ran from a trooper who pulled him over early Thursday morning. Officials said the Utah Highway Patrol pulled over a white car near 4th S. and 10th W. for a traffic violation. The trooper said once the car stopped, the driver ran, leaving a passenger behind. Troopers arrested the passenger on outstanding warrants. Salt Lake Police and K9 units searching for the suspect but weren’t able to find him. […]

  • Dres Anderson Utah football WR

    Utah senior wide receiver Dres Anderson out rest of season

    SALT LAKE CITY – University officials announced Utah senior wide receiver Dres Anderson will be out for the rest of the season because of a knee injury. Anderson is Utah’s leading receiver with 355 yards and four touchdowns and is second on the team in receptions with 22. He will finish his Utah career with 2,077 yards which puts him at fifth in school history. The Utes (No. 18) will take on the No. 15 Arizona State Sun Devils Saturday […]

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    Search warrant explains Darrien Hunt shooting, drug use

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah – Drug use, hallucinations and death threats; a document from the Utah County attorney reveals more about Darrien Hunt and what led officers to shoot him. In the Utah County Attorney’s affidavit supporting a search warrant unsealed Wednesday, officers reveal what led to the shooting Sept. 10., from their perspective. Officers called about man with sword The affidavit states two Saratoga Springs officers were called to check on a suspicious person reported walking with a “samurai-like” sword […]

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    Officials identify Artist accused of defacing Utah National Parks with ‘Creepy Tings’

    UPDATE: Authorities have identified the woman accused of vandalism at various national parks as 21-year-old Casey Nocket of New York and said they are looking at potential charges in the case. Previous story continues below: Officials said vandalism has been reported in 10 national parks in the West, three of them are in Utah. According to authorities, an Instagram artist has been visiting parks in Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon and Utah where she is allegedly leaving behind images in acrylic […]

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    Watch: Unreal last-second play is game-changer for Utah football team

    PROVO, Utah – An unbelievable last-second play during a Utah high school football game dashed one team’s hopes to go to the state tournament and fulfilled another team’s dreams. Spanish Fork High School had a 14-11 lead over Maple Mountain High School with just 3.7 seconds left on the clock. According to BleacherReport.com, Spanish Fork was faced with a fourth down and instead of punting, they opted to run down the clock. It didn’t work out the way they planned. […]

  • Hazmat suit maker hustles to meet Ebola demand

    Lysol customers want to know: Can it prevent spread of Ebola?

    Lysol says its phones are ringing off the hook. Customers want to know if its cleaning products are effective Ebola killers. “We have seen an exponential increase in the number of queries we get from consumers,” Patty O’Hayer said, spokeswoman for Lysol’s parent company, Reckitt Benckiser. “They want to know if our claim that Lysol kills 99% of all germs applies to Ebola.” Overwhelmed with customer inquiries, Lysol purchased Google search terms related to the disease, including “Lysol and Ebola.” […]

  • School bans girl amid Ebola fear; family sues

    Girl banned from school for Ebola fears, family suing

    MILFORD, CT – A student in Connecticut is being forced to stay home amid Ebola virus fears and her family is suing to get her back in class. The family said they were in West Africa recently for a wedding. Their attorney claimed they weren’t in one of the three countries at the center of the outbreak. He added that the 7-year-old girl has shown no signs of symptoms and is not under quarantine. “What they did to this girl was […]

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    Students facing expulsion for homecoming Facebook photo

    MIDDLEBOROUGH, Mass. – Two high school students say they’re facing expulsion over a photo posted to Facebook. Tito Velez, 16, and his girlfriend, Jamie Pereira, are shown holding air-soft guns in a homecoming photo they posted on Facebook last Friday, according to WCVB. Airsoft guns are replicas, which can fire plastic pellets, and are intended to be non-lethal. Velez said they wanted their photo to be unique and use something other than flowers. “This isn’t dangerous; you can’t kill someone with […]

  • NASA explosion

    Unmanned rocket that exploded in launch was made in Utah

    The search for debris off the coast of Virginia continues Wednesday as NASA tried to determine what caused the explosion of an unmanned rocket during launch. Officials said the ATK plant in Utah built the rocket used in the second stage of the launch. The Antares rocket blew up just six seconds after liftoff Tuesday. The spacecraft that was supposed to take supplies to the International Space Station. No one was on board and no one was hurt.  Authorities are […]

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    Fireball being pulled from shelves over too much of certain ingredient

    HELSINKI, Finland – A popular alcoholic beverage is being pulled from store shelves in Finland. Officials in Finland say Fireball liqueur contains too much propylene glycol. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration  has classified propylene glycol as an additive that is “generally recognized as safe” for use in food. It is used to absorb extra water and maintain moisture in certain medicines, cosmetics or food products. In a statement issued on Monday, Finland’s state alcohol monopoly, Alko, said Fireball liqueur does […]

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    Keep kids safe on Halloween, check Utah sex offender registry here

    In an effort to keep all the little ghouls and goblins safe this Halloween, authorities are encouraging parents to check the Utah sex offender registry. The registry shows where the sex offenders live so families can know before they go. Click here to check where sex offenders live in your area.

  • Cost Co sign

    Costco to be closed on Thanksgiving this year

    At Costco, the Black Friday deals won’t begin until, well, Friday. The warehouse retail chain will again stay closed on Thanksgiving this year, bucking the trend of retailers opening their doors earlier and earlier. “Our employees work especially hard during the holiday season and we simply believe that they deserve the opportunity to spend Thanksgiving with their families,” a Costco spokesman told the website Think Progress. “Nothing more complicated than that,” the spokesman added. It said the same thing last […]

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