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  • Loaded tow truck crashes into backyard in Woods Cross

    WOODS CROSS, Utah — A loaded tow truck crashed through a fence and into a backyard in Woods Cross Friday. Woods Cross Police say the accident occurred near 500 South and 1300 West. No one was injured in the crash, but police said the driver may have been under the influence. Police have not reported if anyone was injured in the incident.

  • Circus to not use exotic animals in Salt Lake County following public concern

    SALT LAKE COUNTY — The Jordan World Circus will be coming to Salt Lake County later this month, but without some attractions. The circus will be without exotic animals such as elephants and tigers. The decision made by the circus comes after public concern about the well-being of the wild animals. Instead, attractions will feature some dogs, pigeons, ponies and a domesticated camel for attendees to see. Salt Lake County approved the circus to use the  Equestrian Park facility in […]

  • Cottonwood Heights missing youth found safe

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah — Cottonwood Heights Police Department has confirmed that missing runaways Romney Evans and Joshua Kalua-Dayley have been found safe. CHPD took to Twitter to thank the community for their support in locating the youth. The runaways/missing persons have been located thank you all for your support — CH Police (@CHPolice) January 23, 2020 Evans has been missing since Jan. 17, 2020 and is thought to be staying in hotels in the area with her boyfriend, Joshua Kalua-Dayley. […]

  • Utah TV station employee accused of hacking computers, phones of co-workers

    SALT LAKE CITY — The FBI’s Cyber Crime Division and U.S. Secret Service are investigating an identity theft case involving employees at KTVX-TV, the ABC network affiliate in Salt Lake City, Utah. Staff was notified by management on Sunday that a male co-worker had accessed the private email, social media and cloud photo accounts of several female employees, including on-air personalities, through their work computers and cell phones, sources told FOX 13 News. It was not immediately known what information […]

  • Police investigate late night stabbing in South Salt Lake

    SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah — Police in South Salt Lake are investigating a stabbing that happened late Tuesday night. Gary Keller with South Salt Lake Police said the stabbing took place around 10:30 p.m. in the area of Burton Avenue, west of Main Street. Keller said investigators are working to determine what happened but haven’t been able to speak with the victim who is in the hospital in serious but stable condition. He either drove himself to the hospital or […]

  • UDOT introduces mechanical ice breakers to canyon roads

    UTAH — The Utah Department of Transportation has introduced new innovations to combat ice on Utah’s canyon roads. The new ‘icebreakers’ are designed to work in addition to regular plows to improve road conditions during the winter months. The modified front-end loader features a mechanism on the front designed to break through thick ice on roadways. As a result of the new machines, less road salt is used when plowing.    

  • Student found loaded gun while walking to school in Ogden

    OGDEN, Utah — Ogden Police recovered a loaded weapon Wednesday morning after a student spotted it walking to school. According to Jer Bates, Director of Communications for the Ogden School District, the student spotted the gun on the ground outside of Odyssey Elementary which is located on Goddard Street. The student did not touch the weapon and immediately notified the first parent he saw, Bates said. The parent contacted Ogden City Police and stayed on scene to help ensure student […]

  • Vehicle flips over on Salt Lake City’s east bench; police warn about slick roads

    SALT LAKE CITY — A vehicle rolled over in Salt Lake City Wednesday morning, and police said slick roads were a factor. According to Captain Anthony Burton with the Salt Lake City Fire Department said the vehicle flipped over around 8 a.m. at 2289 Thunderbird Drive which is east of Foothill Blvd at about 2300 South. There were no injuries but the Salt Lake City Fire Department posted a photograph of the rollover on its Facebook page with a warning […]

  • Common over-the-counter pain medication ingredient could be listed as a carcinogen in California

    SACRAMENTO, California – A common over-the-counter pain medication ingredient could soon be classified a carcinogen in California. Acetaminophen, used in brands such as Tylenol, Excedrin, and Sudafed, could fall prey to a California state law. The law says the state must warn people of any chemical known to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity and acetaminophen is considered a high-priority for such consideration. Acetaminophen has been available over the counter since 1955.  

  • East High School placed on lockdown after student waves airsoft gun before entering school

    SALT LAKE CITY — East High School was placed on lockdown Tuesday afternoon after police say a student displayed a weapon in public — which police later discovered was an airsoft gun — and later entered the school. Detective Greg Wilking with the Salt Lake City Police Department said officers responded to the school after a report that someone had waved around a gun off-campus then entered the school parking lot. As a precaution, East High was locked so no […]

  • West Jordan Police identify suspect, victim in fatal stabbing

    WEST JORDAN, Utah — One man is dead after being stabbed Tuesday morning in West Jordan. Adam D. Cross, 27, was found deceased from a knife wound, according to a tweet from the West Jordan Police Department, and detectives are on treating the case as a homicide. It happened in the area of 9200 South and 3825 West. West Jordan Police later announced that 27-year-old Spencer Greenway was detained for questioning and is considered a suspect.

  • Woman on electric wheelchair forces closure of I-15 near Sandy

    SANDY, Utah — The Utah Highway Patrol closed a stretch of I-15 in the Salt Lake Valley Tuesday after a woman got on the freeway with an electric scooter-style wheelchair. According to Sgt. Nick Street with the Utah Highway Patrol, the woman was spotted on the freeway near 9100 South a little after 1 p.m. Troopers closed the entire freeway for a short time, then opened two lanes so cars could pass through the area. Sgt. Street said the woman […]

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