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  • Utah man hospitalized after gyrocopter crash in Nephi

    NEPHI, Utah — The Juab County Sheriff’s Office confirmed a Davis County man has been hospitalized after a gyrocopter crashed Tuesday evening in Nephi. Chief Deputy Brent Pulver said the crash happened at the Nephi Municipal Airport and dispatch received a call about the incident just before 9:00 p.m. Tuesday. The National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration will be investigating the one-person aircraft crash, according to Pulver. The victim’s name was not released but Pulver said he is […]

  • Kayaker drowns in Jordan River

    TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — Unified Police said a man drowned in the Jordan River while kayaking Thursday. Unified Police Detective Ken Hansen said two kayakers were heading north on the Jordan River, when one of them kayaked over a spillway south of 4500 South. “He went over the spillway. It flipped him into the water, and then that water coming off the spillway trapped him and it kept him trapped under the water,” Det. Hansen said. Hansen said the man’s friend […]

  • Severe thunderstorms blanket Wasatch Front; multiple wildfires started by lightning

    SALT LAKE CITY — Most of the Wasatch Front experienced severe weather Thursday, with winds as high as 69 mph being reported along Interstate 80 and heavy rain and hail blanketing the northern half of the state. Heavy rains could continue to cause minor urban flooding across Salt Lake and Utah counties tonight and more storms are developing past Delta. Heavy rainfall could cause minor Urban flooding southern Salt Lake and northern Utah County #utwx pic.twitter.com/QfBT2dFWn8 — NWS Salt Lake […]

  • Toronto Raptors win NBA Finals, defeat Golden State Warriors 4-2

    OAKLAND, Calif. — The Toronto Raptors are the 2019 NBA Championship after defeating the Golden State Warriors 114-110 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals Thursday. Pascal Siakam and Kyle Lowry led Toronto with 26 points while Fred VanVleet and Kawhi Leonard had 22 apiece in the win. Leonard sank a technical and two free throws with 0.9 seconds to seal the win, giving the Raptors their first title in franchise history with a 4-2 series win. Stephen Curry had […]

  • Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Utah County

    UTAH COUNTY, Utah — The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Utah County, including Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs. The NWS said winds up to 60 mph and nickel-sized hail is possible. The warning lasts through 7:00 p.m. tonight. Severe Thunderstorm Warning including Eagle Mountain UT, Stockton UT, Cedar Fort UT until 7:00 PM MDT pic.twitter.com/fXs2rrw3i2 — NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) June 14, 2019 Strong storms nearing Salt Lake Valley from the south and west. […]

  • Person hospitalized after Draper crash

    DRAPER, Utah — Police responded to a crash near 12100 South and 700 East Thursday and one person was taken to the hospital, according to dispatch. FOX 13 has a crew heading to the scene. This is a developing story. It will be updated as new information becomes available.

  • Riverdale City Fire shows how quickly fire can spread through cotton

    RIVERDALE, Utah — The Riverdale City Fire Department showed just how quickly a flame can spread through built up cotton. The video shows a firefighter dropping a match that quickly burns up a line of cotton next to a trail. The city said no open flames, cigarettes or E-cigarettes allowed on the Weber River Parkway Trail and anyone who starts a fire will be held financially responsible for damages.

  • Police searching for stolen St. George duck family statue

    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Police are asking for help after a bronze statue of a duck family was stolen Thursday. St. George Police posted about the “ducknappers” Thursday afternoon and are asking for any information on the stolen public art piece. Additionally, multiple public art pieces have been vandalized according to SGPD. The St. George News reported vandalism has happened at three Art around the Corner installations since the first week of April. Police said there are cameras in the […]

  • Flood watch issued for Little Cottonwood Creek, warning for Duchesne River

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Duchesne River that runs through next week and a flood watch for Little Cottonwood Creek that lasts through Friday morning. The NWS said the Duchesne River will exceed flood state through parts of Duchesne County and affect lowland areas from Hanna, Utah, to Myton and impact roads, bridges and infrastructure. U.S. Highway 40, along with state Routes 35, 87 and 208 pass through the […]

  • Pleasant Grove pool set to reopen Thursday

    PLEASANT GROVE, Utah — City officials said the Veteran’s Memorial Pool is scheduled to reopen Thursday after a chlorine pump malfunctioned earlier this month. Sixteen people were hospitalized and the pool has been closed since the initial incident happened on June 8. The Utah County Health Department will inspect the pool Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. and the pool could be open to the public at 1:30 p.m.

  • Record-setting 48-inch trout caught at Flaming Gorge

    DAGGETT COUNTY, Utah — A record-setting trout was caught last month at Flaming Gorge Reservoir, according to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. The 48-inch lake trout was caught by Matt Smiley of Fairplay, Colorado, who caught and released the fish on May 4. The DWR said the trout set a state record on Wednesday; the DWR also said it doesn’t weigh catch-and-release records to prevent keeping the fish out of the water for a longer period of time.

  • Utah mother turns son in after recognizing graffiti tag on Facebook

    EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah — An Eagle Mountain mother called police after seeing what she believed was her son’s graffiti on a Utah County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post Wednesday. The UCSO said deputies were assigned to three separate graffiti reports in the Silver Lake area of Eagle Mountain and staff posted the images on Facebook. A woman saw the images and believed her son was involved with the incidents, so she called police. Deputies said the son admitted to spray-painting different […]

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