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  • SLCPD locates missing and endangered teenage girl

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Police Department has located missing and endangered 16-year-old  Mia Barrani. Mia went missing Friday morning but has since been found safe. Mia Barrani was last seen leaving East High School at 840 S. and 1300 E. at 9:45 a.m Friday. She was described as wearing a yellow or green coat, red or maroon beanie with black gloves and black boots. Mia is approximately 4 feet 11 inches and 110 pounds. Mia Barrani, […]

  • Bigfoot sighting? Traffic cameras in Washington State capture sasquatch-like figure

    WASHINGTON — Could it be? The Washington State Department of Transportation released photos of what looks to be Sasquatch. In a tweet, WSDOT mentioned it isn’t superstitious, just a little stitous when they posted photos of a Bigfoot-like figure walking along State Route 20 and Sherman Pass. The traffic agency left it up to the public to decide what it is. Sasquatch spotted!!! I'm not superstitious… just a little stitious. Have you noticed something strange on our Sherman Pass/SR 20 […]

  • New temporary overnight shelter opens in Sugar House

    SALT LAKE CITY — A new temporary homeless shelter has opened up in Sugar House. A week after its announcement, the Sugar House Temporary Shelter opened its’ doors Thursday night to welcome all those seeking a warm place to spend the night. The shelter is located at 2234 S. Highland Drive and will operate specifically as an overnight shelter, operating from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. daily through April 15. The shelter can house up to 145 people and has […]

  • Volunteers conduct annual ‘Point in Time’ survey of people experiencing homelessness

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Homeless Outreach Program is conducting the “Point in Time” (PIT) count and survey over the next four nights. The PIT is a survey conducted by volunteers to gauge how many people experience homelessness and provide an in-depth single-night look at homelessness in Utah. The goal of the count is to gather information and connect people to available resources that help combat homelessness. Shawn Spalding has helped conduct the PIT survey for four years and believes […]

  • Community surrounds Haynie family with support, family says it’s not going unnoticed

    GRANTSVILLE — As you drive through the City of Grantsville, you’ll notice yellow ribbons tied all over town. The ribbons have been tied on trees, lamp posts, fences and more. The ribbons and encouraging signs have been placed to show support and love for the Haynie family who have lost so much. On Jan. 17th, Grantsville police responded to the Haynie residence where they found a mother and three children dead. 16-year-old Colin Jeffrey Haynie, also known as CJ, is […]

  • Commercial fire closes both directions of Redwood Road in North Salt Lake

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — A commercial fire at 1100 North Redwood Road has closed down both directions of Redwood Road in North Salt Lake, according to South Davis Metro Fire. The fire was reported to be from a car on fire inside a shop that has since been put out. Redwood Road is closed from 1100 N and 900 N while crews work. Fire officials say to use an alternate route if traveling through the area.  

  • Salt Lake City leaders announce 145 new beds at temporary homeless shelter in Sugar House

    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, along with city council members announced Thursday that a new temporary overnight homeless shelter will open in Sugar House. The temporary shelter will be located at 2234 South Highland Drive and is expected to open within the next week. In the press conference, Mayor Mendenhall said that 145 new beds will be available to those experiencing homelessness. “Every single person who seeks shelter during the winter months should have access to […]

  • Winter storm to impact Friday morning commute, Governor delays state office openings

    SALT LAKE CITY — A winter storm is expected to make its way through most of the State of Utah tomorrow morning, bringing snow and strong winds. A Winter Weather Advisory has been given for the mountain areas between 2 a.m. and 5 p.m. and the Valley areas from 2 a.m. to 11 a.m. The National Weather Service sent out a tweet with a graph showing commuters when and what areas will be affected. Heavy snow for the Friday morning […]

  • Gubernatorial candidate Thomas Wright announces congressman Rob Bishop as Lt. Governor

    SALT LAKE CITY — GOP gubernatorial candidate Thomas Wright announced Thursday that he has chosen congressman Rob Bishop as his Lt. Governor. “In the past, the Lt. Governor has been chosen for political strategy, but I chose my Lt. Governor based on the ability to govern,” Wright said. “I want the people of Utah to know what my administration will look like, and what it will seek to achieve, as we campaign over the next nine months.” Rob Bishop joins […]

  • Sandy Police announce funeral services to honor Police Chief William ‘Bill’ O’Neal

    SANDY, Utah — The Sandy Police Department has announced they will be holding a celebration of life and funeral services for Sandy Police Chief William “Bill” O’Neal who passed away Sunday evening. According to SPD, O’Neal “experienced an unfortunate medical event” and died from natural causes. A celebration of life will be held on Friday, Jan. 17, 2020, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Jordan High School Auditorium located at 95 E. Beetdigger Blvd., Sandy, Utah. Funeral services […]

  • One victim shot in ‘on going family dispute,’ suspect barricaded in home for hours

    MILLCREEK, UTAH —An 88-year-old shooting suspect is in the hospital Thursday night after a standoff with police. He’s accused of shooting a 65-year-old man with whom he’s related. Millcreek stand-off ends with 88-year-old shooting suspect sent to the hospital with injuries. 65-year-old family member was shot in the arm and is in fair condition. @fox13 — HaileyHiggins (@HaileyHiggins) January 10, 2020 “It’s generally uncommon to see individuals of this age engage in this kind of activity,” UPD Detective Ken […]

  • WVCPD searching for driver of vehicle that fled after striking 14-year-old girl in crosswalk

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — The West Valley City Police Department is searching for a suspect after a girl was hit in the crosswalk of 3800 South and Constitution Boulevard. On Jan. 6, 2020 around 4:30 p.m. a 14-year-old girl was struck while in the crosswalk and was seriously injured. The driver of the vehicle that hit her did not stop and drove off. The car has been described as white and driven by a white male. WVCPD said in […]

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