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  • South Salt Lake rallies for road safety

    SOUTH SALT LAKE  — South Salt Lake City leaders took to the streets Friday after a chain of deadly auto-pedestrian crashes earlier this month. City council members and state representatives were out in the rain urging drivers to slow down and watch for pedestrians during rush hour on 3300 South and West Temple. “There are just a lot of drivers out there who just don’t watch you,” Roman Bauck said. “I’ve almost been hit on many crosswalks when it was […]

  • Thousands travel to Salt Lake for March Madness

    SALT LAKE CITY — March Madness tips off in Utah Thursday morning as the NCAA Tournament is expected to bring thousands of college basketball fans to Vivint Smart Home Arena. Salt Lake City is one of eight cities hosting the first two rounds of the men’s tournament and many fans came early and brought their wallets with them. “I just got in this morning from Hawaii,” said Earl Ching. “I came in yesterday and it’s important because we are very […]

  • Ogden Police investigating deaths of mother and daughter as murder-suicide

    OGDEN – A mother and daughter were killed in a murder-suicide in Ogden. The women were found at a home near Fillmore and 27th Street in Ogden. Friends grew concerned after the daughter didn’t show up for work Monday. Maria “Isabella” Villalobos, 63, and her daughter Bianca, 30, were both shot. “They were really close,” Bree Toothaker said. “They were living together.” Bianca’s coworkers at Smith’s Distribution in Layton were also considered family. Several went to the home Monday night […]

  • Sunset residents dealing with raw sewage backup

    SUNSET, Utah — Sunset City homeowners cleaned up raw sewage after it overflowed into two basements. While the city is taking responsibility, one woman accuses them of two back-ups that have forced her out of her home. The sewage pipe is ten feet down on 2300 North between 350 and 450 West. As of Monday evening, workers were unable to learn if there is a major blockage or the pipe collapsed. “We just couldn’t get the water to stop coming […]

  • Vernal trailer catches fire during FBI-involved incident

    VERNAL, Utah – A trailer caught fire in Vernal Thursday morning during an incident involving the FBI. Local police confirmed to Fox 13 they were helping execute two federal search warrants. In cell phone video of the incident, five shots of apparent flash bangs were aimed at the trailer in just over a minute. Neighbors witnessed FBI agents and police K-9s trying to get a man out of a home near 400 North and 200 West. “I [had] seen the […]

  • Police identify victims in Sandy shooting

    SANDY, Utah — Sandy Police continue searching for a shooter after a 36-year-old woman was killed and her husband critically hurt in their home Tuesday night. The couple’s security system alerted police near 12000 South and Hawkwood Drive. Several neighbors said they heard at least one gunshot coming from the home after 10:00 p.m. Surveillance photos captured by Lee Swingley’s security system show Jeff Webster’s grey Ford F-150 coming home at 9:36 p.m., followed approximately 10 minutes later by Maureen […]

  • Police investigating series of South Salt Lake crashes that left 2 pedestrians dead, 2 injured

    SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah — Two men died and two others are hurt after three separate auto-pedestrian crashes in a three-block area of 3300 South Saturday. Police said it was very dark Saturday night near Main Street and 3300 South when a Chevy Trailblazer careened through the intersection, hit two men and drove off. Investigators believe the two men had the right-of-way but didn’t get across 3300 South before the light turned green. One man was killed and the other […]

  • Utah’s snow maintenance budget in the red after Friday’s storm

    PROVO CANYON, Utah — Friday’s snowstorm puts Utah’s snow maintenance budget in the red. The winter blast is estimated to cost $1million to maintain roads. As of Friday morning, there was just $100,000 left in the state snow budget. The March storm dumped heavy snow and rain. Drivers struggled to maintain control. “A car got in front of me and started sliding and I started sliding as well and we just crashed into each other,” Laycee Houghton said. A tow […]

  • Unified Police identify deceased woman who was run over by officer in Millcreek

    MILLCREEK, Utah — Unified Police have released the name of a 25-year-old woman who was found dead after an officer ran over her in a Millcreek parking lot Tuesday night. Police said Cindreia Simone Europe had been reported lying in a Zions Bank parking lot near 3300 S and 2300 E shortly before midnight. Two days after her death, police are still working to notify Europe’s next of kin. Although UPD detectives have learned who she is, they just can’t […]

  • Coach who went from the end zone to a war zone surprises his students and athletes at Northridge High

    LAYTON, Utah — An emotional moment was caught on camera when a beloved coach at Northridge High School surprised student athletes Wednesday. Utah Army National Guard Captain Andrew Olson returned home early from a Middle East deployment. “I knew they were going to be excited but I didn’t know the extent,” Olson said. Captain Olson returned home Friday, March 1, but was expected to be in Afghanistan until October. “It was an emotional day,” Capt. Olson said. “I care about […]

  • Salt Lake City’s new FBI Special Agent in Charge says stopping violence on tribal lands will be a top priority

    SALT LAKE CITY — Violence against Native Americans is on the rise in tribal lands. The new special agent in charge at the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Salt Lake City has plans to change that. Paul Haertel has been on the job about a month at the FBI and wants to prioritize relationships with Native Americans. “I would say Utah’s no different than any other state.” Historic tensions between the federal government and Native Americans goes back centuries, but […]

  • Imposters posing as LDS missionaries targeting homeowners in Roy

    ROY, Utah — Several homeowners in Roy are on edge after receiving some uncommon visitors. Police want to talk to two men they believe impersonated missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Three women told FOX13 they were approached by the men Sunday in the western half of the city. They say the fake missionaries tried to get inside their homes. Tonnie Baumgarder was home alone when the two men rang her doorbell around 5 p.m. “I […]

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