• Family, friends hold candlelight vigil for brothers killed in plane crash

    CLINTON, Utah — A candle light vigil was held in Clinton Tuesday night in remembrance of the two brothers killed in a plane crash in Arizona on Sunday. “They forever made us laugh and brought so much happiness to our home we love you so much and look forward to the day we get to […]

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    Vandalism in St. George results in thousands of dollars in damage, police say

    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating those responsible for vandalism in areas of St. George City early Tuesday morning. St. George Police responded to 10 complaints of vandalism where various buildings, signs and vehicles were spray painted. The area most affected was on Fort Pierce Drive in the […]

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    ICE agent indicted for allegedly violating suspect’s constitutional rights

    SALT LAKE CITY – An Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agent is accused of using unreasonable force and injuring a man while acting under color of law. Agent Jon Martinson Junior is due to be arraigned in federal court July 29; the man was indicted last month after the victim alleged the agent violated his constitutional […]

  • The most common reasons for a visit to the emergency room

    A medical emergency can strike unexpectedly; however, the quick thinking and actions of others can initiate the emergency response process and potentially save a life. Although the types of injuries and medical concerns seen in an ER spread across the board, there are a handful of common issues ER doctors treat every day. Common injuries […]

  • Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Oxygen

    Wound Healing Wound healing is a very complex process which we often take for granted. However, when the process fails, the results can be life altering, even life threatening. There are Wound Clinics which specialize in healing all types of difficult, non-healing wounds. We can offer therapies, not always available in other physician offices. These […]

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    Microsoft to cut 18,000 jobs in the next year; 13,000 cut in next 6 months

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wasn’t kidding, he really is making bold changes. The software giant said it would cut 18,000 jobs within the next year, about 14 percent of the company’s 125,000 employees. That’s by far the largest round of layoffs in the company’s history. The previous record came during the lowest point of the […]

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    Neighborhood watch shooter could be released from prison next week

    DRAPER — Reggie Campos, who shot and paralyzed another man during a neighborhood watch confrontation in Bluffdale, could be released from prison as early as next week. Campos appeared before the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole on Wednesday, where he asked to be released. His attempted murder conviction was overturned by the Utah Court […]

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    Judge orders Utah police agency to share files on FLDS cops

    SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge has ordered the Utah agency that polices the police to cough up its files on officers in the polygamous border towns of Hildale and Colorado City. In a decision issued Monday and obtained by FOX 13, U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Warner ordered Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training […]

  • Utah politicians react to arrests of Shurtleff, Swallow

    SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert called it a sad day in Utah and a black eye for the state — but at least one high-ranking Republican disagrees. Rep. Jim Dunnigan helped spearhead the Special House Investigative Committee, which ultimately led to what unfolded Tuesday, the arrests of Utah’s former Attorneys General Mark Shurtleff […]

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    Former Utah AGs Swallow, Shurtleff out of jail and facing corruption charges

    SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah attorneys general John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff have been arrested on corruption charges, the result of a two-year investigation. Both Swallow and Shurtleff were arrested at their homes, Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said at a news conference Tuesday morning. They were booked into the Salt Lake County […]

  • Audit results of Valley Mental Health positive, Salt County mayor says

    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake County Mental Health Services is heading in the right direction, according to Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams. The results of an independent, four-month-long audit were released Tuesday. The audit cost tax payers $50,000. The audit was initiated by the county after Valley Mental Health sent out 2,200 letters […]

  • Police: Alleged Logan shooter left note, murders stem from jealous rage

    LOGAN, Utah — FOX 13 News has learned there was a third potential victim in Monday’s apparent double-murder suicide near Utah State University. Logan Police say the shooter is 23-year-old Jared Tolman, a Utah Guardsman. Police say Tolman shot and killed 19-year-old Mackenzie Madden and 25-year-old Johnathon Sadler. Investigators also believe Tolman may have tried […]