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  • Governor Herbert presents Utah National Guardsmen with honors for bravery in combat

    DRAPER, Utah – Governor Gary Herbert presented medals to several Utah National Guard soldiers Sunday. The soldiers served in Afghanistan in 2017 with Bravo Company of the 1st Battalion, 19th Special Forces Group. The soldiers are from Utah for the most part, but others are from Arizona, California, Montana, Texas and Wyoming, and saw some of the most intense combat in the war on terrorism. Three soldiers received the Silver Star, the third highest combat award. Four had Bronze Stars […]

  • Five houses, three cars hit in West Jordan shooting

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – Two people in cars exchanged gunfire in West Jordan just after midnight Sunday. West Jordan Police Sgt. Jason Holt said the shooting took place in front of a home near 5500 W. Shadberry Circle. Investigators said they believe this was a gang-related shooting. They found 19 shell casings in the area and discovered five houses and three cars were hit by bullets.

  • Police: Man pulls out Planned Parenthood signs, threatens neighbor with gun when confronted

    SALT LAKE CITY –  Salt Lake City police are looking for a man accused of pulling up yard signs and pulling a gun on a neighbor who confronted him. Around 2:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon, police received reports of a man going up and down F Street in Salt Lake City’s Avenues. A neighbor posted on a neighborhood watch app that the man was ripping out yard signs in support of Planned Parenthood. When someone confronted the man, the situation quickly […]

  • Utah Mule Deer Foundation improves the habitat for wildlife in Weber County

    WEBER COUNTY, Utah – Members of the Weber-Davis chapter of the Utah Mule Deer Foundation spent Saturday improving the habitat for wildlife. Working with the Division of Wildlife Services, they planted new forage in Middle Fork Canyon. They planted Bitter Brush, Service Berries and Sage Brush.  Seeds for the plants were purchased from proceeds of a fundraiser that’s been going on for the past couple of years. “We fed deer here in ’08, we fed deer here last year in […]

  • Greyhound passengers stranded in Salt Lake City, forced to sleep in terminal

    SALT LAKE CITY – Several frustrated bus riders spent over 12 hours stranded in the Greyhound bus terminal in Salt Lake City. “I was supposed to be in Portland by 4:20 this afternoon,” Gary Nichols of New York said Sunday morning. “This is horrible.” Workers at the local station referred questions from passengers to corporate headquarters, but no one was answering their calls. Greyhound’s webpage says the delays are due to a combination of severe weather in the east and […]

  • Harry Potter themed burlesque show to raise funds for Utah woman who lost all four limbs

    SPRINGVILLE, Utah – A unique fundraiser is being planned to benefit a Springville woman who had both arms and legs amputated. As Fox 13’s John Franchi reported last week, Tiffany King has a condition that required her to take a medication which weakened her immune system. In January, she developed pneumonia which led to a blood infection, forcing doctors to give her another medicine that took the blood flow away from her arms and legs. The medicine saved her life, […]

  • Two men injured in accidental shooting in parking lot outside of the International Sportsmen’s Exposition

    SANDY – Two men were injured Saturday afternoon when a firearm discharged accidentally as the two sat in a car. The car was in the parking lot of the Mountain America Expo Center in Sandy where the International Sportsmen’s Exposition is being staged. Sgt. Jason Nielson with the Sandy Police Department said the two men were handling a firearm when it accidentally fired a round. The same round hit one of the men in the hand and the other man […]

  • As school safety debate rages, Utah educators take concealed carry gun class

    OREM, Utah – School teachers and administrators took a concealed carry gun course Saturday in Orem. Orem Police had received so many inquiries from schools, detectives decided to give a class to Utah County educators free of charge. “If teachers are willing to arm themselves, protect others, we`re happy to provide that,” Orem Detective Jared Goulding said. The teachers who attended the class had their own questions and motivations. “I`m doing it because there`s guns all around, like we live […]

  • Luck o’ the Irish celebrated in downtown Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY – Snow and rain did not put a damper on the 40th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Salt Lake City Saturday morning. After the parade, revelers gathered at the Gallivan Center for the Siamsa, Utah’s Celtic Festival sponsored by the local Hibernian Society. “The Irish actually have quite a large footprint in Utah,” Mollie Murphydale with the Hibernian Society said.  “In Park City with the mines I would say a majority of the miners were […]

  • Moab Police arrest suspects in Colorado home invasion and aggravated vehicle theft

    MOAB, Utah – Moab City Police helped detectives with the Greeley, Colorado Police Department capture a pair of suspects Saturday morning. According to the Moab Police Department, the Greeley officers notified them Friday afternoon that two suspects in a home invasion and an aggravated vehicle theft were believed to be staying at the Days Inn on Main Street. Officers checked at the front desk and determined that 25-year-old Michael A. Vieyra and 35-year-old Katherine Cathey were at the hotel. They […]

  • Flight instructor and student walk away after plane ends up on its nose in Uintah County

    VERNAL, Utah – A flight instructor and his student walked away without injury Friday following a hard landing at Vernal Regional Airport. Firefighters were called to the airport after the pilot reported that the front landing gear of his Cessna 310K would not lock into place, according to a Facebook post by Geoff Liesik Communications based in Vernal. The pilot circled the airport several times before landing about 5:30 p.m. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating.

  • Report: John Stockton’s son David signs 10-day contract with Utah Jazz

    SALT LAKE CITY – David Stockton, son of NBA Hall of Famer, John Stockton, set to join the Utah Jazz. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the younger Stockton will sign a 10-day contract.   Story on guard David Stockton signing a 10-day contract with the Utah Jazz, where his father, John, played his Hall of Fame career. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) March 16, 2018 David Stockton played college ball at the same school where his father played, Gonzaga University.  […]