• Utah man accused of killing toddler now facing aggravated murder charges

      OGDEN, Utah — The 23-year-old man Ogden Police arrested for allegedly killing his girlfriend’s 14-month-old daughter is now facing aggravated murder charges. Adam Barney’s bond has been set at $100,000 and he is scheduled to be in court Sept. 3 at 9 a.m. He was originally arrested for child abuse homicide but the charges against […]

  • SLC Mayor meets with residents for beer, questions

    SALT LAKE CITY — Throwing back brewskis with Becker was the order of business Wednesday as Salt Lake City residents packed a small downtown bar to meet with the mayor. It was their chance to ask him questions, and FOX 13 News’ opportunity to ask him a few too. Becker said he picked O’Shucks because […]

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    Journal questions validity of study linking autism and vaccines

    A study published earlier this month on an alleged link between vaccines and autism has been removed from the public domain pending further investigation, according to Translational Neurodegeneration. In an online statement, the scientific journal said the paper had been removed “because of serious concerns about the validity of its conclusions.” CNN first became aware […]

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    Know the signs of a concussion

    The following article is sponsored by University of Utah Health Care. By Melinda Rogers University of Utah Health Care For high school football players, Friday nights spent on hard-fought victories on the field are a memorable part of the game. Most players will enjoy a safe and healthy football season, but it’s inevitable that some […]

  • Mom of dead Ogden toddler says she trusted Barney to watch her kids

    OGDEN, Utah — Ogden Police arrested a 23-year-old man for allegedly killing his girlfriend’s 14-month-old daughter Monday. The mother, 26-year-old Kaci Rupert, said she trusted her boyfriend to watch her three kids while she was working and saving money for a new apartment for the couple. Rupert spoke with her boyfriend around the time of […]

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    DEA conference hopes to prevent diversion of prescription pills

    SALT LAKE CITY – Statistics indicate that 2013 marked the first time in Utah more people were killed by impaired driving caused by prescription pills than by incidents involving drivers under the influence of alcohol, and officials are hosting a conference to help combat the problem of prescription pill diversion. DEA officials are partnering with […]

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Dea Millerberg reacts as Alexis Rasmussen's mother, Dawn Miera, makes a statement in Second District Court in Ogden, Utah, Thursday, August 21, 2014. Millerberg pleaded guilty to helping hide the body of her teen babysitter, Alexis Rasmussen, who overdosed on drugs at her house.

    Utah woman accused of helping hide baby sitter’s body sentenced to prison

    OGDEN, Utah –  A judge has sentenced Dea Millerberg to three concurrent terms of up to five years in the Utah State Prison. Thursday the judge said prison is the appropriate sentence for Millerberg, calling her acts “depraved.” Dea walked into court Thursday without making any comments. She then took her seat at the defense table, […]

  • Driver who killed Utah bicyclist pleads guilty to misdemeanor, D.A. wants law revised

    SALT LAKE CITY — The 79-year-old driver who hit and killed a bicyclist in Millcreek Canyon quietly pleaded guilty to a class “B” misdemeanor. That conviction would land David Bertleson, the driver from New Mexico, up to six months in jail. Bertleson struck 60-year-old Anthony Quinn, a third district court judge, while the victim was […]

  • Mom outraged, employee on leave after student served lunch from trash can

    UPDATE: School district officials spoke Thursday about the incident and the steps they have taken in response, click here for details. Previous story continues below. PLEASANT GROVE, Utah — A mother in Pleasant Grove is furious with staff at the city’s junior high school after she said they fed her daughter lunch out of a […]

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    Death of Connecticut child left in hot car ruled a homicide

    By Leigh Remizowski and Kelly Wallace CNN (CNN) — The Connecticut medical examiner has ruled the death of a 15-month-old boy who was left in his father’s car in July a homicide. The cause of Benjamin Seitz’s death was hyperthermia because of environmental exposure, the state medical examiner said on Wednesday. On July 7, Kyle […]

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    Why you want a NICU on-site when delivering your baby

    Dr. George Tripp with the Davis Hospital and Medical Center joined Fox 13 to discuss the importance of an on-site Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in delivering a healthy baby. Childbirth is the biggest change our body makes throughout our lives. There are large changes in the lungs and circulatory system. Fortunately these changes usually go […]

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    Mountain lion captured in Orem is dead; cause unknown

    OREM, Utah – A mountain lion captured in Orem Monday has died. Officials with the Department of Wildlife Resources say it is unknown why the wild animal did not survive. A necropsy will be performed but results will not be available for at least two weeks. Orem police said officers received several calls about the […]