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  • Kearns man accused of shooting at mom wanted

    KEARNS, Utah — The Unified Police Department is asking for the public’s help finding a Kearns man after he allegedly fired shots at his mother Wednesday. Police said the suspect got into an argument with his mom about money at about 2:30 p.m. at 4890 S. 4135 W. That’s when 24-year-old Skyler Brady pulled out a large handgun and fired shots at his mother but missed and hit a TV, authorities said. Lt. Brian Lochrke with the Unified Police Department […]

  • Are Utah’s elections cyber safe?

    Sgt. Jeff Plank with the Utah Department of Public Safety spoke with Fox 13 about cyber safety involving elections. Watch the video above to see exactly how cyber safe Utah is.

  • Old letter goes viral after Trump refuses to say he’d concede if he loses election

    LAS VEGAS — During Wednesday night’s final presidential debate, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump refused to say he would concede the election if he lost “I will look at it at the time,” Trump said when challenged on his claims the election is “rigged” against him. “I will keep you in suspense.” On Wednesday night, a letter from President George H.W. Bush to President Bill Clinton nearly 24 years ago went viral. It was written after Bush’s loss to Clinton […]

  • Link: Wildlife diseases in Utah

    Link: Wildlife diseases in Utah

  • Police looking for father who left 5-year-old daughter alone overnight on Ogden campus

    OGDEN, Utah — Police are looking for the father of the 5-year-old girl who was left alone on an Ogden college campus overnight in early October. Campus surveillance video showed 41-year-old Adrian Justin Sanchez leaving his child with a few blankets on the Ogden Weber Applied Technology College at 200 N. Washington Blvd on October 9th. The young girl was wearing pajama leggings, shoes and a shirt, police said. Ogden police said the Ogden Police Special Victim Unit and Family Services […]

  • Suspicious fire starts twice overnight in Magna

    MAGNA, Utah — Unified Fire Authority is investigating a suspicious fire that started in Magna early Thursday morning. Fire officials responded to a call of a grass fire located at 9200 W. 3200 S. at about 3:00 a.m. A pile of wood that an individual had been cutting was stored at a foundation of an old home when it started fire. Firefighters arrived to the scene and were able to put out the 30-40 foot flames. UFA received another call a few […]

  • Dashcam video shows officer save 3-year-old’s life after boy stops breathing

    GRANBURY, Texas – “Yes ma’am my son … we’re at KFC and my son, he’s not breathing.” Those were the words of a distraught Texas father to the 911 emergency operator Oct. 12 after his 3-year-old boy became unresponsive. In the background, the child’s mother can be heard sobbing, “Brayden, Brayden!” The dispatcher sent EMS to the location, but Granbury police officer Chase Miller happened to be scanning the radio channels and realized he was just a minute away from […]

  • Mark Zuckerberg’s daughter said her first word, and the Facebook post is adorable

    PALO ALTO, Calif. – Mark Zuckerberg revealed his daughter’s first word in a Facebook post Wednesday that included a photo of 1-year-old Max and her canine best pal, Beast. “Max loves Beast,” Zuckerberg wrote in the post. “Her first word: dog.” Fittingly, the photo shows the 1-year-old petting Beast, a Hungarian sheepdog called a Puli. Mark and wife Priscilla got Beast five years ago, and, with his mop of hair and formidable Facebook following (over 2 million likes), the Silicon […]

  • Two pedestrians hit by pickup truck in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY — Police responded to the area of 400 South 500 West in Salt Lake City after an automobile hit multiple pedestrians, according to police. Salt Lake City Police Detective Ungricht said they were called to a vehicle crash at about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. A male adult in a pickup truck was stopped at a light traveling westbound. The light turned green and the vehicles around him began traveling. For an unknown reason the driver stayed stationary and then began to accelerate […]

  • Excedrin wins Wednesday’s presidential debate

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Excedrin just might be the winner of Wednesday night’s presidential debate. The company behind the headache medicine sent a pitch-perfect promoted tweet tied to the debate, and it that took off like few ads ever do in the Twitterverse early Wednesday. “The possibility of a #DebateHeadache is high. Be prepared with Excedrin,” it said. The possibility of a #DebateHeadache is high. Be prepared with Excedrin®. pic.twitter.com/J1c1Mg6Wsk — Excedrin® (@Excedrin) October 19, 2016 The tweet quickly got […]

  • Wildfire evacuates homes near Cedar City, burns 1,500 acres

    CEDAR CITY, Utah — Crews responded to a wild fire near Shirts Canyon Monday. Fire officials said the cause of the fire is still under investigation, but initial reports indicate that some logging debris that had been smoldering for an extended period of time may have ignited the blaze. Lt. Del Schlosser confirmed the fire has burned about 1,500 acres three miles south of Cedar City. The acres burned include state lands, Bureau of Land Management lands and private lands. Crews are […]

  • Man arrested after allegedly punching fan at U of U tailgate

    SALT LAKE CITY — A man is recovering after he was punched by a fan at the University of Utah tailgate. The incident happened just before kickoff at the University of Utah vs. University of Arizona game on Saturday, October 8. The man was in line to use one of the porta-potties at the main tailgate area just south of Rice Eccles Stadium when he saw a few men attempting to cut in line. He told the men they needed to wait their turn. […]