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  • Hard Freeze Warning issued for northern Utah as some valleys see snow

    SALT LAKE CITY — The National Weather Service has issued a hard freeze warning for Salt Lake City and surrounding areas as lake effect snow brought the first flakes of the season to some areas Wednesday night. The warning is in effect until 10 a.m. Friday, and Thursday morning light snow is falling in Tooele. Subfreezing temperatures can be expected in the Northern Wasatch Front, Salt Lake and Tooele Valleys. A cold front is sending temperatures downward across Utah with […]

  • NFL player won’t have to pay $7,017 fine for ‘Man of God’ headband, so he’s giving the money to a hospital instead

    NEW ORLEANS – New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis says he won’t have to pay a $7,017 fine for wearing a “Man of God” headband, so he’s donating the money — and more — to his hometown hospital. Davis was fined by the National Football League for wearing the headband during the Saints’ Week 3 win over the Seattle Seahawks. League rules prohibit players from “wearing, displaying, or otherwise conveying personal messages” during game day events unless they are approved by the NFL. He announced […]

  • Two traffic stops along I-15 result in seizure of nearly 130 pounds of meth

    CEDAR, Utah — Over the past week, Utah Highway Patrol troopers made two traffic stops along Interstate 15 near Cedar resulting in the seizure of nearly 130 pounds of meth. According to Nick Street with UHP, the first seizure happened Monday around noon, when troopers pulled over a vehicle near mile marker 67 for following too closely. During the questioning, suspicion was raised resulting in a probable cause search. A K9 officer was brought in to search the vehicle and […]

  • More than 1 million popular knives recalled due to stabbing hazard

    Tool aficionados, beware. Harbor Freight Tools is recalling about 1.1 million of their Gordon Folding Knives, a popular pocketknife whose blade folds into the handle. The company reported Friday that the locking mechanism on the knives can fail to engage when extending the blade — creating a laceration hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. “Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled knives and return them to a Harbor Freight Tools store for a full refund in the form […]

  • 7 guns found in carry-on luggage at Salt Lake International Airport within the last week

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Transportation Security Administration has announced the discovery of seven firearms in the carry-on luggage of seven separate travelers over the past week. The most recent discovery happening Wednesday morning. There is no indication that these incidents are related, according to TSA. According to TSA spokeswoman Lorie Dankers, this is the first time TSA has seen this amount of firearms in carry-on luggage. Dankers and TSA would like to remind travelers that firearms are never allowed […]

  • Suspect arrested in South Jordan shooting

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — South Jordan Police have arrested a man in connection with a shooting at a home that occurred early Saturday morning. One man was sent to the hospital in critical condition as a result of the shooting. South Jordan Police arrested 58-year-old Steve Madison in connection to a shooting near 11400 South and Jordan Farms Road in South Jordan. According to South Jordan Police, around 1 a.m. Saturday two men got in a fight when one of […]

  • Special needs students at Florida school perform song in support of school secretary recently diagnosed with cancer

    ZEPHYRHILLS, Fla. — Students at The Academy of Spectrum Diversity in Zephyrhills, Florida rallied together to perform a song for their school secretary who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Back in September, Barbara King was diagnosed with Follicular Lymphoma, a type of cancer that affects white blood cells called lymphocytes. King has been at the school for nearly two years and Executive Director Chris Dester says Barbara is the face of the main office and she is the first person […]

  • Wendover Police Department investigating fatal auto-pedestrian accident

    WENDOVER, Utah — Wendover Police Department is investigating a fatal auto-pedestrian accident that occurred early Sunday morning. According to Wendover Police, the accident happened in the 100 block of Wendover Boulevard. Shortly after midnight, a vehicle traveling eastbound struck a 63-year-old man from Salt Lake City. The man was in the travel lane and not in a marked crosswalk, according to officials. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene after life-saving efforts were performed by Wendover first responders. Wendover […]

  • One man shot in South Jordan altercation Saturday morning

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — One male is in the hospital in stable condition after an altercation led to a shooting in South Jordan early Saturday morning. According to Sgt. Nate Thompson with South Jordan Police, the incident occurred around 1 a.m. Saturday at a residence near the intersection of 11400 South and Jordan Farms Road. Two males were involved in an altercation that led to one of the men pulling out a gun and shooting the victim, according to SJPD. […]

  • Missing and endangered woman found safe

    MILLCREEK, Utah — A woman who disappeared in Millcreek Thursday has been found safe. Eleanor Anderson, 91, was considered endangered at the time of her disappearance, as she suffers from dementia and has a bad back. She had been last seen at Methodist Church in the area of 2400 East and 3300 South in Millcreek around 10:30 a.m. Police said her car had been left at the church.

  • Overdue hunters in Payson Canyon found safe

    UTAH COUNTY – After a search crossing over two days, two overdue hunters were found safe in Payson Canyon. The hunters went missing around 6 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office were first alerted of the overdue hunters and discovered a truck and a horse trailer, but no hunters. In a tweet,  Sgt. Spencer Cannon of Utah County Sheriff’s Office said the hunters returned Thursday afternoon in good condition. One of the hunters told a friend Wednesday […]

  • Pedestrian struck by TRAX train in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY – The TRAX was expecting delays after a pedestrian was struck near 1300 South, according to Ride UTA. Delays were estimated to last 10 to 15 minutes. No word on the condition of the person involved in the pedestrian vs. train situation. All trains are now cleared to proceed in all directions. Minimal delays are expected.

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