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    Aggies quarterback Chuckie Keeton ready for football season

    LAS VEGAS — FOX 13’s Bailey McMurdie was at the Mountain West Conference media day for college football Tuesday. Bailey spoke with quarterback Chuckie Keeton from Utah State University. Keeton missed the end of the 2013 season because of a knee injury in his last game against Brigham Young University. “They did not hurt his mind and they did not hurt arm,” said USU head football coach Matt Wells. “Those are two valuable weapons that Chuckie Keeton has besides his […]

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    Utah legislative candidate arrested on drug charges, aggravated kidnapping

    AMERICAN FORK, Utah — A Democratic candidate for the Utah legislature was arrested and charged with aggravated kidnapping. American Fork Police arrested 43-year-old Mark Byrge Monday night on three counts of distribution of a controlled substance and two counts of possession of a firearm by a restricted person. According to American Fork Police, two outstanding arrest warrants were also served regarding an alleged aggravated kidnapping, aggravated assault and obstruction of justice incident that occurred at Byrge’s home in June. The […]

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    Video: Elderly man rocks the dance floor

    An elderly man tosses his canes to dance to the music. Check out the video.

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    Greenbike Share program adds bikes, stations to meet public demand

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Greenbike Share program is doubling the number of bicycles it provides the community to meet public demand, according to the program’s officials. Eight new bike stations were debuted Tuesday and six existing stations will be expanded. Supporters of Greenbikes want the program to help as many downtown commuters as possible. More information can be found at: www.greenbikeslc.org/

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    Amber Alert on Okla. child canceled; case of miscommunication, police say

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Denver Post is reporting than an Amber Alert issued Thursday was actually a case of miscommunication. The alert came from Seminole, Okla. where it was reported that a 5-month-old child had been taken by Cindy Findley, 48, and Jennifer Skousen, 43. Findley and Skousen were reportedly headed to Salt Lake City with the child Olivia Smith. Police now say the women related to the infant had paperwork giving them permission to transport the child from […]

  • Utah outdoors provides health benefits, experts say

    A group of Utah health and well-being professionals are asking Pres. Obama to declare Greater Canyons, the nearly two million acres of public land surrounding Canyonlands National Park, as a national monument because of its health benefits. Nineveh Dinha talks with Suzanne Stensaas, a professor of neurobiology and anatomy, about the health benefits the Utah outdoors has to offer. Watch the full interview above.

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    Neighborhood watch shooter released from prison

    DRAPER, Utah — Neighborhood watch shooter Reggie Campos was released from prison. Campos walked out of the Utah State Prison Tuesday morning after spending three years behind bars for shooting and paralyzing David Serbeck in 2009. Campos claims Serbeck was chasing his teenage daughter. Serbeck claims he was on neighborhood watch. Campos’ attempted murder conviction was overturned and he pleaded to a reduced firearms charge.

  • Booming Forward: The dating life for boomers

    FOX 13’s Dave Nemeth looks at the dating world for boomers. He’s found the top five websites for online dating for boomers are: -Match.com -Zoosk.com -POF.com -Sparks.com -Speeddate.com Watch the video above for the full story.

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    Gov. Herbert calls on President to address unaccompanied minors crossing U.S.-Mexico border

    SALT LAKE CITY — Governors across the nation have expressed concern about how the Obama Administration is addressing the growing number of unaccompanied minors coming into the United States. At a recent National Governors Association meeting in Nashville, Tenn., Gov. Gary R. Herbert joined the discussion with Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell. Along with Herbert, Governors Robert Bently of Alabama, Sam Brownback of Kansas, Pat McCrory of North Carolina and Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania signed a letter sent […]

  • SLC Fire provides safety tips as Pioneer Day approaches

    Nineveh Dinha talks with Jasen Asay with Salt Lake City Fire about fireworks safety tips as Pioneer Day approaches on July 24. Restrictions and fireworks information can be found at http://www.slcfire.com/go/doc/3687/1251659. Watch the video above for more information.

  • Utah national parks popular worldwide

    SALT LAKE CITY — When it comes to the nation’s national parks, the state of Utah and its 13 national parks are among the top 10 destinations worldwide. A new report released from the National Park Service showed that more than nine million people from all around the world visited Utah’s national parks in 2013 generating $6 million in revenue and more than nine thousand jobs. For the full story, watch the video above.

  • Link: Salt Lake City Council considers changes to drive-thru rules

    Link: Salt Lake City Council considers changes to drive-thru rules