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  • Man attacked by red-tailed hawk in Herriman

    HERRIMAN, Utah — “A real-life nightmare” is how some Herriman residents described a man’s run-in with a bird of prey on the Juniper Crest Trail Tuesday. “‘I just got attacked,’ and before he even said anything, I assumed the worst, and I thought maybe like a mountain lion or something,” said Heidi Neill McDermott, wife of the bird attack victim. “And he’s like, ‘No, I just got attacked by a big bird.'” The lead bird trainer at Utah’s Hogle Zoo […]

  • Army soldier surprises his mom at FanX with early homecoming

    SALT LAKE CITY – Toni Montrose, a FanX employee, got a big surprise Saturday when she saw her son Samuel for the first time in nine months. He’s in the army and was just discharged from Fort Huachuca in Arizona. FanX put the surprise together for her, saying it was all about family. “Overwhelmed; I’m surprised. Usually, they can’t keep a surprise from me,” said Montrose. “I feel very special and very loved. This is amazing. Thank you, guys.” Toni […]

  • A fan’s hair-do gets her noticed at the Utah Jazz game

    SALT LAKE CITY – Utah can keep its nickname of the Beehive State. This woman was going viral on Twitter during Saturday night’s game because of her “in-your-face” hairstyle. Twitter users didn’t hold back, wondering if the hair-do could be a way to distract Rockets guard James Harden. One even went as far as comparing the lady to former record producer Phil Spector’s hairstyle from 2009.

  • Easter Sunday Brunch with Amy Nay and Smith’s Food and Drug

    Bacon and Parmesan Cloud Eggs Ingredients 8 large eggs, yolks and whites separated ½ tsp. kosher salt ¼ tsp. pepper ½ c. grated or shredded parmesan cheese 4 slices bacon, cooked crispy and chopped 2 green onion, finely chopped Directions Preheat an oven to 450.  Line a sheet pan with parchment paper then spray with non-stick spray. Separate the egg yolks and whites and place them in individual bowls. Place the egg whites, salt and pepper in a mixing bowl.  […]

  • Salt Lake leaders hope ‘Start by Believing’ campaign, new legislation will encourage assault victims to make voices heard

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office said more can be done to battle sexual assault and we can start by believing victims and their stories. “One of the most common reasons victims of sexual assault do not report the crime is a fear of not being believed and being blamed for the attack,” said Jennifer Seelig, director of community empowerment at the SLC Mayor’s Office. Salt Lake City became a “Start by Believing” city Wednesday, joining […]

  • Preliminary test shows no bacteria in Cottonwood Mutual Water supply; boil advisory continues

    MORGAN COUNTY, Utah — Hundreds of Cottonwood Mutual Water Company customers in Morgan County were rightfully concerned when they found a flyer posted on their door Monday telling them their community was in a boil advisory after one of their drinking water tanks was compromised. Preliminary testing of the company’s water supply showed negative results for bacteria. Results of a second test, called a confirmation test, are expected Wednesday. Until those results come in, Cottonwood Mutual Water Company recommends affected residents […]

  • Local police departments joining mental health initiative

    SPANISH FORK – Local police departments are joining a campaign they say will help them better handle an issue they face every day; mental health. “There was an individual that had taken some blankets and towels and was wrapping them around mailboxes and different things and was talking to himself loudly,” said Lt. Brandon Anderson of the Spanish Fork Police Department. Anderson said the demands of their community have changed, so as a department, they too must change to better […]

  • Utah civil rights icon Archie Archuleta dies at 88

    SALT LAKE CITY — Robert “Archie” Archuleta, a longtime community and civil rights activist, has died. The House and Senate Democratic caucuses announced his passing in a statement late Friday. He was 88 years old. “Archie was the voice for the Utah Latino community,” Rep. Angela Romero, D-Salt Lake City, said in a statement. “We are who we are today because of him. We hope to honor his legacy by continuing to advocate on behalf of marginalized communities.” Archuleta became […]

  • Witnesses recall moments they say they saw Bigfoot near Provo; experts say Sasquatch unlikely

    PROVO, Utah — Whether Bigfoot is real or not is more a question of faith than science. Case in point, the latest sighting in Provo. The incident happened earlier this month, and of course, there is video. “Seriously, look how big it is. I don’t think it is a human. I think it’s a Sasquatch,” said a Provo man. It was a bluebird January morning in the foothills of Northeast Provo when a group of guys saw a figure on […]

  • Furloughed IRS workers are forced to change their daily lives

    WEBER COUNTY — As the government shutdown languishes on, furloughed workers here in Utah are about to miss their second paycheck. “When is this going to get resolved? How is it going to get resolved? Are we going to be able to go back to work tomorrow? Probably not,” said Debbie Newell, who works for the National Treasury Employees Union at the IRS. Newell has worked for the IRS in Ogden for 13 years. Being an employee with the union, […]

  • Little Cottonwood Canyon briefly reopens after natural avalanche, skiers stranded at resorts for hours go home

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah — It was a busy afternoon Monday at both Cottonwood Canyons. A lot of skiers and snowboarders were not able to get up the canyons to enjoy the fresh powder, while some that did make it, could not get down. Around 1:40 p.m., Snowbird posted a tweet alerting people that there had been a natural avalanche in the White Pine area of Little Cottonwood. “Well it’s just been unbelievable; the amount of snow that’s been falling. Up in […]

  • Former Utah State football player Torrey Green found guilty of multiple rape charges

    BRIGHAM CITY, Utah — 25-year-old Torrey Green hung his head and sobbed as a Brigham City jury determined his fate. Guilty of five counts of rape and one count of sexual battery. This is for six women who accused Green of taking advantage of them while he was a student at Utah State University. “We feel very good about their decision, very happy that they believed all six of the survivors,” said Spencer Walsh, chief prosecutor for the Cache County […]

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