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  • Man formally charged with aggravated murder in the death of Provo Police officer Joseph Shinners

    PROVO, Utah — The man accused of killing Provo Police Department Master Officer Joseph Shinners has been formally charged with aggravated murder and several other crimes. Matt Frank Hoover is accused of killing Shinners on January 5 in Orem. According to the probable cause statement, Officer Shinners and Officer Estrada attempted to arrest Hoover on outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants. Hoover and a female were in a car in the area of 20 West University Parkway in Orem. Hoover resisted […]

  • Senator Mitt Romney visits Salt Lake VA Medical Center, ahead of blasting ‘holding federal workers hostage’ during shutdown

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Senator Mitt Romney visited veterans and took a tour of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salt Lake City Tuesday. According to a Facebook post, the veterans and staff really enjoyed the visit. In his first town hall meeting as a U.S. Senator Tuesday evening in Farmington, Romney said he does not agree with holding federal workers hostage as the partial federal government shutdown entered its 32nd day Wednesday.

  • More snow coming to Utah, the mountains will get most of it

    SALT LAKE CITY — Another snowstorm is on its way to Utah. Fox 13’s Damon Yauney says this storm will move into the state from the Pacific Northwest later Wednesday afternoon and evening. The story early Wednesday was very cold temperatures.  Salt Lake City was at 23 degrees at seven a.m. but felt like 14. Parts of the state like Milford and Cedar City had morning temperatures that made it feel below zero. The storm is expected to bring a […]

  • Donny Osmond involved in crash during big Utah storm

    SALT LAKE CITY — Singer/songwriter Donny Osmond was one of the scores of drivers involved in crashes Monday as a big snowstorm hit northern Utah. “It’s snowing like crazy here in #Utah, and guess who decided to hit a tree? Luckily no one was hurt,” Osmond wrote on social media. Fans expressed concern for Osmond, especially since he recently underwent shoulder surgery. A picture accompanying Osmond’s tweet showed front-end damage on his vehicle, including a partially-crumpled hood. Osmond said a […]

  • Inmate who walked away from work project in Cache County is back behind bars

    CACHE COUNTY, Utah — An inmate accused of walking away from a work project in Cache County is back behind bars. According to Cache County Sheriff Chad Jensen, officers with Adult Probation and Parole arrested Joshua Aders late Monday night in Davis County. The truck he stole was found parked in an alley in Salt Lake City and will be returned to the American West Heritage Center, Sheriff Jensen said. Investigators say Aders escaped last Thursday while taking part in a […]

  • The snow has stopped, the canyons are open, the sun is shining and skiers are hitting the slopes

    SALT LAKE CITY — After an avalanche closed Little Cottonwood Canyon for much of the day Monday, it and Big Cottonwood Canyon are open today. Fox 13’s Damon Yauney says the ski resorts all got a lot of new snow, but it is going to be very cold for the next few days. With a chance to hit the slopes on what will be a sunny day, traffic was already heavy Tuesday morning on Wasatch Blvd. and other roads leading […]

  • At the Movies: ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’

    In the latest installment of Fox 13’s At the Movies, Steve Oldfield reviews “If Beale Street Could Talk,” and speaks about one of the actresses in the movie, Kiki Layne. Watch the video above to see what Oldfield thought of the film.  

  • At the Movies: ‘Glass,’ the new M. Night Shyamalan film

    In this week’s At the Movies, Steve Oldfield reviews “Glass,” the new M. Night Shyamalan film. Watch the video above to hear what Oldfield thought of the movie.

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    Missing South Jordan man found dead in apparent homicide

    UPDATE: Police in Salt Lake City announced that three people have been arrested in connection with the homicide of David Stokoe. Diana Hernandez, 30, and Jessica Miller, 38, were arrested for obstruction of justice. Manuel Velasquez, 31, was arrested for homicide and other charges, police officials stated. Click here for more information on the arrests. SALT LAKE CITY – Homicide detectives are investigating the murder of a South Jordan man whose body was discovered late Friday evening, Salt Lake City Police said. […]

  • Rich’s Reviews: ‘Glass’

    The long-awaited sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable” and “Split” is now in theaters. How does “Glass” compare with its predecessors? Watch Rich Bonaduce’s review.

  • Road closures and restrictions

    Utah is into day one of a massive storm that has already caused an avalanche and numerous weather-related crashes along I-15. At least one crash left one man dead. As rain turns to snow, UDOT is constantly tweeting out new road restrictions and closures. So far, Little Cottonwood Canyon and American Fork Canyon are affected. See the tweets below. This list will be updated as frequently as possible. Roadway RestrictionBoth Directions US 40 at MP 13 (SR-32 Jct/ Heber) to […]

  • Link: Butterfly Biosphere at Thanksgiving Point

    Link: Butterfly Biosphere at Thanksgiving Point