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  • At the Movies: ‘Life’

    This week Steve Oldfield reviews a horror movie set in outer space. See the video above for his take on “Life.”

  • Local BSA council to open new scouting center in West Valley City

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — The Great Salt Lake Council for the Boy Scouts of America is opening a new scouting leadership and service center in West Valley City. Bruce R. Hough, President of the Great Salt Lake Council, said the center will help make scouting activities more available to under-served communities. “It’s going to be a destination for scouts and scouters so that we can do day camps and activities,” he said. “A destination so that, particularly those on […]

  • $1 billion transportation bond, law regarding abortion among new bills signed by Gov. Herbert

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed 49 more bills into law Saturday, including a $1 billion bond for transportation and a controversial law requiring doctors to tell patients that some abortion methods can be reversed. The 49 bills signed Saturday bring the total bills signed for the 2017 session to 465. So far there has been only one veto, as Herbert pushed back against a bill that eliminated some partisan requirements for boards and commissions. Among the bills […]

  • Car reviews: Climbing crossover sales and the ‘king of practical’

    This week Fox 13 car-guy Brian Champagne tests out a Mitsubishi Outlander and a Toytoa Camry XSE. He says crossover sales are climbing and starting to close the gap on the Camry, which has been the “king of practical for years”

  • 360-degree video from Holi Festival shows colorful crowd from all angles

    SPANISH FORK, Utah — Gray, cloudy skies didn’t dim the vivid display of color at the Holi Festival in Spanish Fork Saturday, and if you couldn’t make it out yourself we’ve got all your angles covered with a 360-degree look at the event. Fox 13’s Lauren Handley reported from the festival Saturday, and she captured the footage above using a 360 cam. Check out the video embedded above, and use your mouse to pan the view around to take in […]

  • Heroes come together in new ‘Justice League’ trailer

    A new trailer for “Justice League” debuted Saturday, and DC fans got a better look at the members of the crime-fighting crew featured in the upcoming film. See the video embedded above for a peek at Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, the Flash and Aquaman in action.

  • From praise to disappointment, Utah Republicans react to decision to pull health care bill

    SALT LAKE CITY — House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled his bill to repeal Obamacare from the floor Friday, saying later in a press conference they were unable to secure the necessary 216 votes to pass the measure. Utah’s Congressional delegation is reacting to the decision, which came one day after President Donald Trump threatened to walk away from health care reform if he didn’t get a vote on the bill. “People are very frustrated right now,” said Rep. Rob Bishop, […]

  • Local police agencies get special training to help bring missing kids home safely

    KAYSVILLE, Utah — When a child goes missing, it’s up to police to help bring them home safely. One chief says, with some recent training, his officers are able to handle these stressful incidents even better than before. There are only 35 police organizations throughout the entire country that have completed the Missing Child Readiness program. The West Bountiful City and Kaysville police departments are two of them. “It’s definitely a win-win,” said Kaysville Police Chief Sol Oberg. Oberg said […]

  • Business to You: Teal Drones

    As a 17 year old, George Matus started Teal Drones while in high school. Now at age 19, he has developed a new age of smart drones that will change how you look at the technology. From filming your kid’s soccer games to many agricultural and government uses, Teal Drones is setting the bar. See the video above to find out why he feels that Utah is the right place to start a drone business and why he had a […]

  • After more than 730 days in a shelter, ‘Lady’ hopes to find a home on National Puppy Day

    SALT LAKE CITY – Thursday is National Puppy Day, and in honor of the occasion the Humane Society of Utah is hoping to help a special “Lady” find a new home. Lady the pit bull terrier has been in a shelter for more than 730 days. The 5-year-old mixed-breed was transferred to the Humane Society of Utah a few days ago, and they are hoping to help the dog find a new home. “Considering she’s been in a shelter environment […]

  • Push comes to shove as Max and Brett disagree about snowstorms in March

    SALT LAKE CITY — Wet weather including some snow is hitting northern Utah Thursday, a fact Fox 13 News’ Max Roth is not excited about. But Max’s complaints about the weather fell on unsympathetic ears during Fox 13 Live at Four, as Meteorologist Brett Benson was quick to point out that, on average, snow may continue to fall in the Utah benches and valleys until mid-April. The lighthearted disagreement led to a short shoving match, but it was all in […]

  • Teen girl recovering after being shot in the head; juvenile suspects bound over for trial

    CACHE COUNTY, Utah — Two 16-year-old boys have been bound over for trial in the attempted murder of a 14-year-old Cache County girl who was found in a dry canal with a gunshot wound to the head. The teens are accused of robbing and shooting 14-year-old Deserae Turner on February 16. Both teens face charges of attempted aggravated murder, aggravated robbery, and obstruction of justice. Deserae’s father says she has undergone surgery and is showing slight improvements, but she still […]