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  • Link: USU Sexual Assault Resources

    https://www.usu.edu/sexual-assault/prevention/upstanding/

  • Tooele launches campaign against underage drinking

    Tooele is rolling out an ad campaign to end drinking among students.

  • Multi-vehicle crash causes major delays along southbound I-15 in Springville

    SPRINGVILLE, Utah— A crash on southbound I-15 at milepost 260 in Springville has closed five lanes. Major delays are expected as crews clear the highway. According to the Utah the Department of Public Safety, a pickup truck ran out of gas on Interstate 15 and pulled over on the left shoulder. The driver then called a ride share to pick him up. The ride share arrived but was on the opposite side of the freeway. The driver of the ride […]

  • Nathan Pacheco performs with a youth orchestra

    Singer-songwriter Nathan Pacheco performs with the Lyceum Philharmonic Orchestra. These musicians will perform in a benefit concert this week.

  • Riverdale Police arrest suspect following brief auto chase

    RIVERDALE, Utah—The Riverdale Police Department has arrested one suspect after being lead on a brief vehicle chase. Accord to Lt. Casey with RPD, late Wednesday afternoon officers responded to reports of a person taking a full cart of merchandise from the Walmart off of Riverdale Rd. Police spotted the suspect in a vehicle attempting to leave the parking lot and went after him. Congestion on the roads allowed the officers to catch up to the suspect, that is when the […]

  • LINK: Reporting holiday scams

    Click here to file a complaint with the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center.

  • Link: Salvation Army

    Click here for more information on the Salvation Army.

  • Financial expert warns against dipping into your 401k

    People are dipping into their 401k retirement accounts to pay for emergency expenses more than ever, Fortune 500 companies are reporting. Gary Gygi with Gygi Capital Management joins Fox 13’s Max Roth to explain why this may not be a smart move for you.      

  • Alanis Morissette is coming to Utah as part of 25th anniversary tour

    SALT LAKE CITY — Alanis Morissette has announced a tour to celebrate the 25 year anniversary of her album “Jagged Little Pill,” and USANA Amphitheatre is on the list. Morissette will perform at the West Valley City venue on June 7, 2020, along with guests Garbage and Liz Phair. A full tour list and tickets are available on her website. Pre-sale begins Dec. 10. The singer-songwriter is also releasing a new album called “Such Pretty Forks in the Road” on […]

  • Four Great Pyrenees puppies rescued in remote area of Weber County

    WEBER COUNTY, Utah — Weber County Search and Rescue crews saved four stranded Great Pyrenese puppies Sunday evening in an adorable rescue. The Weber County Sheriff’s Office said on Facebook that crews were called by a couple, who advised that four puppies were found while snowmobiling in the Ant Flat area. Crews were able to help rescue the puppies, who were immediately taken to Hope’s Rescue so they could find a good home. Images of the rescue can be seen […]

  • Rumor of school shooter at Tooele High School circulates social media, prompting investigation

    TOOELE, Utah — A rumor circulating on social media that an active shooter would be at Tooele High School Monday has been investigated and is unfounded, school district officials say. According to a Facebook post on the Tooele County School District page, officers investigating the threat found that a rumor originated on Snapchat, where a message was created that told students to skip school on Monday. Eventually, as the post circulated, officials said students began to question why they should […]

  • Update: ‘Silver Alert’ lifted after missing man located

    SALT LAKE CITY — A “Silver Alert” was issued Saturday night for a missing Salt Lake City man. Salt Lake City Police tweeted Sunday morning that Davila had been located. Mr. Davila has been located. Thank you for your help! — SLC Police Dept. (@slcpd) December 1, 2019

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