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  • Utah man Josh Holt to stand trial in Venezuela

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), released a statement Tuesday following news that Utahn Josh Holt will stand trial for charges that have kept him imprisoned in Venezuela for over a year. “As we keep Josh and his family in our prayers, I’ve called on the President, Vice President, State Department, and our UN Delegation to redouble our efforts to bring Josh home, and I’ve had my staff working to explore new avenues to work with the Venezuelan government and their […]

  • Woman arrested for murder, robbery in Taylorsville homicide

    TAYLORSVILLE, Utah – Unified Police have arrested a suspect for murder and robbery after a man was killed in a Taylorsville apartment earlier this week. Authorities booked Tonita Vianay Espinoza,  also known as Tonita Rico, into the Salt Lake County jail Tuesday night. Officers also served a search warrant at a home near 1475 Gillespie Ave. in Salt Lake City. Unified Police said 30-year-old Toussaint Tyler was killed at a Taylorsville apartment complex near 742 West Sunny River Rd. Sunday. According […]

  • State leaders announce forecast of Utah’s 2019 fiscal year numbers

    SALT LAKE CITY – Utah lawmakers announced their forecast for fiscal year 2019 Tuesday. According to a statement made by the Utah House of Representatives, Utah’s prosperous economy has allowed more revenue for the state. The revenue forecast shows an increase of $101 million in one-time funds, and $382 million in ongoing appropriations. That marks a large increase from the amounts Utah had available last year, which were $1 million in one-time funds and $283 million ongoing. In total, Utah […]

  • Woman accused of assaulting her son on a Jet Blue flight to Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY – A woman was charged in Utah with misdemeanor criminal charges, after allegedly assaulting her minor son several times on a Jet Blue flight. According to a complaint filed in The United States District Court Utah Division, 46-year-old Cherice Klipfel was a ticketed passenger on Jet Blue flight 647 from Boston to Salt Lake City on Dec. 10. The complaint stated that Klipfel was accompanied by her son, who was born in 2009. Klipfel sat in the […]

  • Adorable: Polar bears Hope and Nora play for the first time at Utah’s Hogle Zoo

    SALT LAKE CITY – Following weeks of introductions, Utah’s Hogle Zoo finally caught a video of the new polar bears Hope and Nora playing. “Both bears keeping a wary eye on one another, figuring out the nuances of each, checking out their surroundings and so forth – we are pleased to share with you this wonderful video taken yesterday of Hope and Nora playing together,” the zoo wrote. Here is the video below:

  • Unified Fire responds to structure fire in Kearns

    KEARNS, Utah – Unified Fire Authority (UFA) reported that crews were responding to a fire in Kearns, at 4000 W. and 5900 s. Shortly after reporting the fire, UFA tweeted that the fire had been put out: House fire in Kearns has been put out. PI02 3minutes out — Unified Fire (@FireAuthority) December 13, 2017 It was unclear what type of structure was on fire, or if any injuries were reported. This is an ongoing story, for more updates visit […]

  • Students and parents learn about semi trucks, and their blind spots

    SALT LAKE CITY – Many can relate to the fear that comes from passing a semi truck on the highway.  Blind spots can be an issue, and many drivers may not even be aware of when they are not visible to truck drivers. A group with “Zero Fatalities” is going from school to school, with a program called “Truck Smart Outreach.”  The program aims at teaching students and parents to see for themselves what a semi driver can’t. The group […]

  • 1-15 NB ramp from 9000 S closed after crash

    SANDY, Utah – A crash closed down the northbound ramp to I-15 Tuesday afternoon, after a semi carrying a large piece of equipment tipped. According to Lieutenant Todd Royce with the Utah Highway Patrol, no injuries were reported as a result of the crash. Royce stated that speed was a factor in the cause of the crash. UDOT did not immediately release an expected clearance time Tuesday afternoon.

  • Draper Fire Department helps any way they can while in California

    SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. – Firefighters from the Draper City Fire Department updated their hometown Tuesday, after spending the last several days in California, fighting the Lilac Fire. The crew, along with other resources in Utah traveled out to assist California Firefighters in any way they could. According to a Facebook post made by the department, “The crews have been assigned to falling (cutting down) trees, maintaining control lines and mopping up a perimeter 300’ into the burned area.” With […]

  • Salt Lake City seeks public’s help in creating ‘Foothill Trails Plan’

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Salt Lake City Public Lands Division is seeking public participation, while they develop a Foothill Trail System Plan. According to the Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office, the plan will produce a blueprint for an improved network of trails for many different uses, between the Salt Lake City foothills and Emigration Canyon. According to a release sent by the mayor’s office, “There are nearly 100 miles of ‘trails’ in the Salt Lake City foothills, all of […]

  • Bountiful police seek ‘multiple bank robbery’ suspect

    BOUNTIFUL, Utah – Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in multiple bank robberies. The suspect allegedly robbed three banks on Dec. 6, at different locations. Police said he first robbed a bank inside Dick’s Market in Bountiful, then proceeded to two other bank branches, an America First in South Jordan and an unnamed bank in West Valley City. Police released a video of the suspect, in addition to several high definition stills. …and another, this […]

  • ‘Three thieving scrooges’ sought by Lehi police for stealing $6,000 worth of merchandise

    LEHI, Utah – The Lehi Police Department is seeking information leading to the arrest of three shoplifters, who made off with $6,000 worth of merchandise from a store in late November. According to a Facebook post made by police, “These three thieving scrooges visited a store at the Outlets at Traverse Mountain on the 25 of November.” Police are seeking the public’s assistance in catching the three suspected thieves, “to identify them so we can find them in order to […]