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  • Veterinarian removes 21 pacifiers from dog’s stomach

    EDMOND, Okla. – A veterinarian in Oklahoma has quite a tale to tell after removing 21 pacifiers from a dog’s stomach. The veterinarian at Gentle Care Animal Hospital said he had to share the story because “this was the most fascinating and exciting surgery I have ever done…” A local couple recently had a baby and were wondering what was happening to all of their child’s pacifiers. One day, the child’s grandmother saw the dog, Dovey, jump up on the counter and […]

  • Non-profit helps injured Utah service dog get back on the job

    MIDVALE, Utah – “Granola Munchkin” will soon be back on the job. The Chihuahua is a service dog for Katherine Flesch, who suffers seizures and from a degenerative disc disease. She was working at a LDS Bishop’s storehouse with Granola last week, when Flesch decided to come down the ladder. “Because of the disc degenerative disease, she’s taught to jump from my chest onto the floor, land perfectly well,” Flesch said. “She’s never not landed well, and she didn’t land […]

  • Missing, non-verbal autistic teenager from Midvale found safe and sound in Farmington

    MIDVALE, Utah – A missing teenager with autism from Midvale was found Monday night in good condition in Farmington. Bryton Elias, 15, who is described as a non-verbal autistic teen had been missing from the area of 7911 south Pioneer Street in Midvale since 3:45 p.m. Monday afternoon. Lt. Brian Lohrke with Unified Police says the boy was found in a grocery store in Farmington.  He’s not sure how the boy got there, but he’s in good condition and has […]

  • Pet Mayor election raises funds for Salt Lake County Animal Services

    SALT LAKE CITY – Does your puppy have what it takes to get the populist vote? Can your cat claw its way through a campaign? Do you have a duck, even a lame one? If so, it’s time to get your pet registered for the Salt Lake County “Pet Mayor” election. This campaign is a little different, even its name. “PAWlitical Pets, P-A-W-litical pets, we wanted to include the cats, the bunnies, anybody else that wants to run for office, […]

  • US-89 in Logan Canyon is closed due to winter weather

    LOGAN, Utah – US highway 89 through Logan canyon is closed Monday morning, due to extreme winter weather conditions. Region one of the Utah Department of Transportation says the decision to close the road is due to low visibility and high avalanche danger. US-89 Logan Cyn. CLOSED due to extremely low visibility, avalanche danger in upper canyon. Use I-80/I-84 via Evanston — UDOT Region One (@UDOTRegionOne) January 23, 2017 A photo of the canyon closure was posted on the Rich […]

  • South Salt Lake Police identify man hit, killed by TRAX train

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah – A man who was seriously injured Saturday after being hit by a TRAX train has died due to his injuries. A UTA Spokesman confirmed Saturday afternoon the man injured in the collision has died, and Sunday South Salt Lake PD identified the deceased as 38-year-old Matthew Jay Evans of West Valley City. Police stated Sunday the incident remains under investigation, but no further updates were available. The man was at the Meadowbrook Station, 188 West 3900 South, […]

  • Bicyclist critically injured after being hit by car in West Valley City

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – A bicyclist is in extremely critical condition after being hit by an SUV Friday evening. Investigators say the man was on his bicycle, and crossed Redwood Road at 3800 south even though the traffic light was red. A northbound vehicle hit the man on the bike. West Valley Police identified the injured bicyclist as 25 year old, Nathan Miller, who they say was not wearing a helmet. The investigation into the accident is still underway. […]

  • ‘Problem’ bar customer flees from South Salt Lake police, rolls car, and runs away on foot

    SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah – Instead of receiving a misdemeanor DUI charge, a man is facing several felonies and recovering from some injuries. South Salt Lake police Sgt., Darren Carr says officers were called to a report of a “problem customer” at the Southern Exposure nightclub shortly after 1 a.m. By the time officers arrived the suspect, later identified as 41-year-old Enos Slivers of Salt Lake City, had left the bar. An officer spotted a car that matched the description […]

  • Avalanche at Stuart Falls near Sundance Ski Resort

    PROVO, Utah – There was an avalanche in Utah County just after noon on Saturday. Sgt. Spencer Cannon with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office says the slide broke off in the Stuart Falls area at 12:06 p.m. That’s just above the Sundance Ski Resort. Sgt. Cannon says there’s a good chance no one was caught in the slide, but a Utah County Search and Rescue team is in the area to make sure. Later in the day, Sgt. Cannon said […]

  • Stolen car suspect flees West Valley Police, loses both shoes

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – A man suspected of stealing a car lost both shoes trying to run away from West Valley City police officers. According to Sgt. Sean McCarthy,  the driver in the stolen car fled from police in the area of 3100 south and Bangerter Highway early Friday evening. Due to traffic and weather conditions, officers did not pursue the suspect. Several hours later, around 11:30 p.m., an off duty officer found the vehicle hiding behind a business that was […]

  • Utah cowboys do well at National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas

    LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Several professional rodeo cowboys from Utah represented the state well at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo which ended its ten day run in Las Vegas Saturday night. The event features the top 15 performers in 8 events sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys of America. In the saddle bronc riding event, 5 of the 15 qualifiers belong to the Wright family from the small town of Milford in Beaver County. 18-year-old NFR rookie, Ryder Wright, finished […]

  • SLC Police: Texting driver rolls car, breaks into apartment, fights resident

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A man rolled his car early Saturday morning, and then proceeded to commit several crimes, according to Salt Lake City Police. It started just after 3 a.m. when officers responded to a report of a rollover on Prospect Street, near 1700 south and Redwood Road. “He admitted to texting and paying attention to his phone instead of his driving,” Lt. Dave Cracroft said. “He hit a parked car, pushed it up onto the parking lot […]

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