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  • Utah family recovering from injuries after balcony collapse

    SPRING CITY, Utah — Seven injured family members in Spring City are now out of the hospital, still recovering after their balcony collapsed on Father’s Day. Adam Burningham, his wife, and five of their nine children fell about 20 feet from the second floor of their cabin. They were watching the sunset when the deck collapsed. “It was a low throbbing horror,” Burningham described. “It’s like you’re suddenly on a rollercoaster, and you don’t know how to stop.” Their youngest child, […]

  • Veteran Center dedicated to Maj. Brent Taylor

    NORTH OGDEN, Utah — Maj. Brent Taylor was a man who loved being the mayor of North Ogden, but even more than that he loved being an American. He loved putting on the uniform, wearing the American flag on his shoulder, and serving his country. People in North Ogden have never forgotten their mayor — a man who left his post in the middle of his term to make the ultimate sacrifice. “He asked me to take his place, and […]

  • Police: man critically injured in crash fled from traffic stop, ran red lights and crashed on Bangerter

    RIVERTON, Utah — A 29-year-old man is in critical condition after crashing his pickup truck into an SUV after fleeing from police Sunday night. The crash occurred near 13400 South on Bangerter Highway around 8:30 p.m. Sunday. According to Unified Police, things began around 7 p.m. with several reports the driver of a pickup truck was harassing several people on ATVs in the area of 6800 South and U-111. When police pulled the man over, they located an open container […]

  • Herriman Police say man critically injured in parking lot crash may have been drinking, showing off

    HERRIMAN, Utah — One person is in extremely critical condition after a motorcycle crash in an apartment complex parking lot in Herriman early Friday morning. Lt. Cody Stromberg of Herriman City Police said the crash occurred around midnight in a parking lot at the Timbergate Apartments, 5630 West Roe Dear Lane. “The motorcycle had been racing up and down the parking stalls, lost control and ended up impacting with this concrete wall behind me where it came to a rest,” […]

  • Man shot by passerby intervening in domestic dispute in Provo has died

    PROVO, Utah — A man who was shot by a bystander who intervened in a domestic dispute has died, Provo Police said Tuesday. Sgt. Nisha King, Provo Police, confirmed Tuesday morning the man who was critically injured in Monday night’s shooting has died. He has been identified as 26-year-old Jeremy Sorensen. King said police were dispatched to apartments near 500 North and 200 East around 8 p.m. Monday on a report  a man had been shot. Police arrived and found […]

  • Police identify man shot by Weber County deputies

    WEBER COUNTY, Utah — A man was shot several times after authorities say he got into an altercation with two deputies responding to reports of shots fired in West Haven. Police have identified him as 37-year-old Justin Jessop of West Haven. Lt. Matt Jensen with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office said the incident began around 11:45 p.m. Sunday with two separate reports of shots fired in connection with a domestic violence incident. Roy Police responded initially to investigate and learned […]

  • Summit County communities prepare for potential flooding

    SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Some people in Summit County have started to get a little nervous about flooding now that warmer June temperatures are on the horizon. Officials in Oakley and Park City have set up sandbags for residents to take if they feel the runoffs from this winter’s heavy snowfall will lead to flooding. Dave Stewart, who has been living off the south fork of the Weber River in Oakley since the 1940s, said he’s looking forward to the […]

  • FOX 13 Investigates: Customers across the country complain about Utah companies selling health products

    Dozens of customers from across the country have filed complaints against an online company in Utah, accusing them of taking their money and sending them nothing in return. TerraPure Botanicals, which has its address listed in Draper, sells its own brand of CBD oil on the internet. Kathy Nicholson, who has never been to Draper, said she bought a sample online because she didn’t want to take hydrocodone anymore to treat her neck and shoulder pain. “I live in Gastonia, […]

  • County to enforce ‘no camping’ rule and start homeless camp ‘cleanups’

    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake County is starting to clean up homeless camps across the valley. Last week, officials started posting signs near the Salt Lake City Public Library, warning people to make sure they don’t have their belongings thrown away. Nicholas Rupp, a spokesperson for the county, said technically the law is the same year round — there is no camping allowed in Salt Lake County. During the winter months, they just don’t enforce the law as strictly, […]

  • Shooting victim’s friends to host drag event in his memory

    SALT LAKE CITY — Members of the LGBTQ community plan on holding a special tribute to a man who was shot and killed on Wednesday near the Idaho-Utah state line. Dennis Gwyther, 50, was known for being an activist, working behind the scenes to make sure LGBTQ events ran smoothly. His friends in that community are paying tribute to him with a drag show Sunday night at the Salt Palace at 7 p.m. His friend, Johnny Harris, said he remembers […]

  • Man accused of setting apartment on fire, carrying loaded gun towards marathon

    OGDEN, Utah — Police in Ogden said they arrested a man who lit his own apartment on fire on Saturday and then started running toward the Ogden Marathon with a loaded shotgun. Richard Gallegos lived at the Sun Chase Apartments in Ogden. It’s difficult to see any damage from the outside of the apartment, aside from a broken window. An eviction notice for Gallegos is posted on the front door. Police said he jumped out of the window and threatened […]

  • Alaska plane crash victims hoped to start family together in Utah

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Two out of the six people who died in Monday’s plane crash in Alaska were hoping to start a family together in Utah. Ryan Wilk and his wife, Elsa, had recently bought a home together in South Jordan. People who knew them said they loved to travel together. “Just really friendly people. Ryan was real talkative,” said his neighbor Emilly Farrer. “They wanted to move to Utah to start a family, and they really liked the […]

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