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  • Two killed in crash on westbound SR-201 near Magna

    MAGNA, Utah –Two people are dead and one person is in serious condition following a crash on SR-201 near 9120 West in Magna on Wednesday. Utah Highway Patrol says a white Subaru was attempting a left-hand turn onto SR-201 at about 4:42 pm when it pulled in front of a gold Nissan Pathfinder. Investigators say the Nissan did not have time to stop, and t-boned the Subaru’s driver side door. Two men in the Subaru, ages 21 and 26, were […]

  • New video shows Latter-day Saint volunteers being arrested in Russia

    NOVOROSSIYSK, Russia — New video released by Russian state media shows two volunteers for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints being arrested on March 1, 2019. A church spokesperson told FOX13 the two elders were holding a meeting at a local meetinghouse when Russian authorities took them into custody. The video appears to show Elder Kole Brodowski and Elder David Gaag leading a meeting, when police enter the building and begin questioning attendees. The clip goes on to […]

  • LDS Church responds after founder of ‘Protect LDS Children’ says he may face excommunication

    SALT LAKE CITY – The founder of the group “Protect LDS Children” says he received notice this week he may be excommunicated from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Sam Young posted a copy of a letter he received from his Latter-day Saint Stake President on social media. The letter informs Young that church leaders will “convene a formal disciplinary council in [his] behalf which includes the possibility of excommunication, disfellowshipment, formal probation, or no action”. The letter […]

  • Wildfire marks beginning of Memorial Day weekend in Tooele County

    TOOELE COUNTY, Utah – Firefighters from several agencies responded to a wildfire near Vernon Friday night. Dan Walton, Tooele County Fire Warden, says some people were enjoying the Memorial Day Weekend in an area east of SR-36 and near Straight Shot Road when a charcoal grill sparked the blaze. They realized the flames were burning out of control and called 911 at about 7p.m. Crews with Vernon Fire Department, Rush Valley Fire Department Stockton Fire Department, Tooele Army Depot, and […]

  • Jazz beat Thunder in game 4 for 3-1 series lead

    Donovan Mitchell scored 33 points to lead the Utah Jazz to a 113-96 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in game four to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the first round NBA playoff series.   All five starters scored in double figures for the Jazz. Joe Ingles scored nine of his 20 points in the final 1:43 of the second quarter to help the Jazz lead 58-52 at halftime.   Rudy Gobert had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Derrick […]

  • One killed in motorcycle crash in Saratoga Springs

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah – One person is dead after a motorcycle and SUV collided in Saratoga Springs Tuesday night, shutting down several roads in the area. Fox 13 News first heard reports of the accident on SR-73 just east of Redwood Rd. at about 9:15 p.m. Saratoga Springs police say the SUV turned in front of the motorcycle and the bike didn’t have time to stop. A police spokesperson says the motorcyclist was wearing protective riding gear but was not […]

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  • Utah driver casually avoids crash, cites Enya as secret weapon

    WOODS CROSS, Utah – A Utah man’s calm and collected reaction when he nearly got in a head-on crash is gaining attention online; and he claims his Enya background music helped. Trent Nielsen of Murray was hauling an 18-foot trailer behind his pickup truck on I-15 in Davis County on March 4 when another car lost control on the freeway. In the video you see a black sedan lose control and spin around so it is facing backward on the […]

  • Second student accused of violent threat at Wasatch High School

    HEBER CITY, Utah – Police took a second Wasatch High School student into custody on Wednesday for allegedly making violent threats on social media. According to a message posted on the school’s website, Wasatch County School District administrators and Heber City Police learned about the threat on Feb. 28 and took the student into custody. The post continues, “According to [Heber City Police] Chief Dave Booth, the student didn’t understand the consequences of this type of post”. It appears a […]

  • Utah family welcomes 15 puppies in one litter

    PLEASANT GROVE, Utah – A Utah family knew their dog was expecting puppies, but they were surprised to learn just how many she was carrying. Steven and Brynlee Evans tell FOX13 News their dog Karma gave birth to 15 puppies earlier this week. They thought Karma was expecting a litter of 8, which is normal. The veterinarian even told them there may be a couple extra puppies, but no one expected seven additional animals. The puppies eat every two hours, […]

  • Jazz extend win streak to 10 games with 101-99 victory over Spurs

    SALT LAKE CITY – Donovan Mitchell led a fourth quarter rally for the Utah Jazz in a 101-99 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night. The victory gives the Jazz a 10-game winning streak. Mitchell scored two go-ahead shots with under a minute to play, and he finished with a game-high 25 points. The Spurs put themselves in position to win the game in the fourth quarter when they took an 83-70 lead with 9:29 to play. But […]

  • Speeches from President Monson’s funeral service

    SALT LAKE CITY — Funeral services for President Thomas S. Monson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were held Friday in the Conference Center on Temple Square. Thousands of faithful followers attended the service in person while others watched on television and online. Monson’s daughter, Ann M. Dibb, spoke of her father’s legacy of “love and service”. The famed Mormon Tabernacle Choir provided music for the service, beginning with “Consider the Lillies”. Monson’s counselors in the First […]

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