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  • Man killed in Summit County snowmobile crash identified

    SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah – The Summit County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man killed in a snowmobile crash near Whitney Reservoir as 38-year-old Lee Cornwell of New Port Richey, Florida. Summit County Lt. Andrew Wright said deputies were called at 12:30 p.m. about the crash in a remote area of the Uinta Mountains near Whitney Reservoir Wednesday. Wright said a group of three people from out of state were snowmobiling in the area, one from Florida and two from North Carolina. […]

  • Victim in good condition after stabbing in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY — A man was taken to a hospital in good condition after a stabbing in Salt Lake City, but authorities say the victim is not cooperating with police. Lt. Justin Hudson of the Salt Lake Police Department said the man was stabbed Wednesday evening in the area of 800 South and 800 East. Hudson said a blood trail led to a nearby apartment where the victim’s family lives. The occupants claimed not to know anything about the […]

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  • Raw frozen dog food pulled from shelves due to possible Salmonella contamination

    SALT LAKE CITY – Steve’s Real Food of Salt Lake City is voluntarily recalling a type of dog food due to possible Salmonella contamination. The company announced Monday it is recalling one lot of five-pound bags of Raw Frozen Dog Food Turkey Canine Recipe. Salmonella can affect animals that eat contaminated products. The potentially affected lot of frozen turkey nuggets was distributed to retail pet stores in 20 states including Utah. Fifty-two cases of lot # E 178 were distributed […]

  • Active shooter training at Maple Mountain High School

    SPANISH FORK, Utah — School shootings are unfortunately taking place fairly often in America, the latest at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students were shot and killed on Feb. 14. As part of an ongoing effort to prevent such an event here in Utah, active shooter training was conducted Saturday at Maple Mountain High School in Spanish Fork. Officers from Spanish Fork, Springville, Mapleton, Salem, Payson and Santaquin took part in the training.

  • Salt Lake City Police need help identifying suspected Maverik robber

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Salt Lake City Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a robbery suspect. This surveillance photo shows the suspect. The man walked into the Maverik convenience store at 710 East 2700 South on Feb. 10. Police say the man demanded money from the clerk then exited the store and fled in an unknown direction. Suspect’s description: White, adult male, likely in his mid-thirties to mid-forties Wearing a gray and black hoodie and […]

  • Salt Lake City to resume collecting brown compost containers this week

    SALT LAKE CITY — In a sure sign that spring is not too far off, the six-week wintertime suspension of yard waste collection in Salt Lake City is over. Beginning Monday, March 5, city residents will be able to place their brown cans at the curb on their regular collection day each week. Acceptable items include: leaves, twigs, branches, grass, weeds, bushes and other organic lawn waste. Residents may also put fruit and vegetable scraps, egg shells, coffee grounds and […]

  • Hurricane Police: Unlicensed driver runs stop sign, causes 3-car crash

    HURRICANE, Utah – A 23-year-old unlicensed driver is accused of not stopping at a stop sign and causing a 3-car crash in Hurricane. The St. George News reports the wreck took place Saturday just before 4 p.m. in the intersection of State Street and 100 East. The woman was driving a 2007 maroon Mazda CX-7 when police say she failed to stop at the sign and attempted to make a left turn onto westbound SR-9. She collided with a white […]

  • Utah troopers respond to more than 100 crashes amid winter weather Sunday

    SALT LAKE CITY – If you woke up to decent roads Sunday morning, you probably slept in. By Sunday afternoon the roads were mostly dry, though with some lingering pockets of slush. But while its duration may have been brief, the storm still made its presence felt. Utah Highway Patrol reports they responded to 135 crashes in Salt Lake and Utah counties since midnight Sunday. “Mostly speed; a lot of it was just people really being reckless, not taking into […]

  • At the Movies: ‘Red Sparrow’

    This week Steve Oldfield takes a look at “Red Sparrow” as well as the awards show Arnold built.

  • RAV4 and the future of autonomous cars

    This week Fox 13 car-critic Brian Champagne takes a look at the features on offer in the Toyota RAV4, which rates a 1 on the autonomous vehicle scale. He also looks at some upcoming cars that rank higher on that scale, like the Audi A8 at a 3.

  • Sandy Police vehicle T-boned in intersection as officer was en route to crash

    SANDY, Utah — A Sandy Police officer headed to a rollover crash was involved in an accident Saturday afternoon. Utah Highway Patrol said the officer was headed to a rollover on the freeway around noon. The officer was going south on State Street with lights and sirens active and attempted to turn at the intersection at 106th South. A pickup truck traveling eastbound T-boned the patrol car. “I ran over and opened his door, he said they were OK; I […]