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  • Temperatures to stay above average in Utah ahead of cold front arriving this weekend

    SALT LAKE CITY – Temperatures are running well-above average in Utah, and the weather is expected to stay dry and mild until Friday night. A mostly dry cold front will move through Utah Friday night into Saturday morning, and that should lower temperatures by about 10 degrees along the Wasatch Front. That will also weaken the inversion and likely lead to some improvement in air quality. Several counties are seeing yellow (or “moderate”) air quality: view the forecast for your […]

  • Jon Huntsman Jr. expected to announce entry into 2020 governor’s race

    SALT LAKE CITY—Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. is expected to announce Thursday that he will run once again for governor in 2020, multiple sources tell FOX 13. Huntsman will be in Cedar City at Southern Utah University, where he is expected to make an announcement. The news was first reported by the political website, UtahPolicy.com. Huntsman was governor of Utah from 2005 until 2009 when he resigned to become the United States ambassador of China. He then left the […]

  • Public testimony to begin in Trump impeachment inquiry. Here is who will testify

    For the first time on Wednesday, the public will be able to watch testimony live and unfiltered in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Two government officials and a former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine will testify publicly this week. Their testimony comes after a number of current and former diplomats, advisers and White House officials testified behind closed doors to a trio of House committees. The committees are looking into Trump’s contact with Ukraine’s new President Volodymyr Zelensky and […]

  • Salt Lake City to host Aerialympics National Championship this weekend

    The Aerialympics National Championship is in Salt Lake City this weekend, and Tuesday Budah got a sneak peek at some of the high-flying events. The National Championship will be held at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City November 15-17, click here for more information.  Budah spent the morning with several athletes at Kairos Fitness in Centerville, see the videos for a look at the events on offer.

  • Mild weather continues in Utah Tuesday, air quality expected to worsen this week

    SALT LAKE CITY — Temperatures are colder Tuesday morning than they were Monday, but afternoon highs are expected to catch back up to yesterday’s. Tuesday brings very mild weather, a trend expected to continue through the work week. Several counties have yellow, or “moderate”, air quality in the forecast for the next few days, view the forecast for your area on the Department of Environmental Quality’s page.  Temperatures should warm up again for the second half of the week. Weak […]

  • Spark Science: Bubbles and surface tension

    In this week’s edition of Spark Science, Ben Hyde uses a homemade apparatus to teach a lesson about surface tension. To learn more about Spark Science, visit their Facebook page.

  • Most Utahns can expect sunny weather for Veterans Day

    SALT LAKE CITY – It will be sunny for much of Utah on Veterans Day, with temperatures dropping slightly from where they were over the weekend. Many areas of northern Utah can expect highs in the mid 50s. Air quality, which has been in the yellow or “moderate” for many areas, is expected to improve Monday. However, it will worsen again as the inversion re-strengthens this week. View air quality information for your area by visiting the Department of Environmental […]

  • Centerville Police get new bloodhound

    CENTERVILLE, Utah — Members of the Centerville Police Department are driving back from Massachusetts with a new bloodhound named Sophie. Sophie is a 2-year-old bloodhound whose purpose is to trail and locate people. Centerville police had already visited the place in Massachusetts that breeds and trains these special “trailing” dogs — bloodhounds for tracking human scent as opposed to being drug or bomb-sniffing dogs. They are very expensive, but Sophie had been placed with a handler who got sick and […]

  • BYU beats Liberty for their third win in a row

    PROVO, Utah — Four different Cougars hauled in touchdown receptions as the BYU football team defeated Liberty 31-24 on Saturday at LaVell Edwards Stadium. Baylor Romney went 23 of 33 for 262 yards and three touchdowns, connecting with Micah Simon, Aleva Hifo and Moroni Laulu-Pututau in the end zone. Simon recorded a game-high seven receptions for 91 yards and added a touchdown completion of his own to Matt Bushman for 44 yards. Bushman had 86 receiving yards on four catches, […]

  • Dominik Eberle boots Utah State past Fresno State with three FGs, including game-winner

    FRESNO, Calif. — Senior placekicker Dominik Eberle kicked three field goals, including the game-winner from 30 yards out as time expired, to lift Utah State to a thrilling 37-35 victory over Fresno State on Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium. It marked the first time since 1998 that Utah State kicked a field goal to win the game. That year, Brad Bohn kicked a 30-yarder with five seconds left as the Aggies edged North Texas, 28-27. Eberle also connected on field […]

  • Wildcats rally for seventh straight win

    OGDEN, Utah — Weber State scored 10 points in the final 2:49 to rally back and defeat North Dakota Saturday afternoon at Stewart Stadium. The comeback win was the seventh-straight for the Wildcats who improved to 8-0 overall and 6-0 in Big Sky play. Weber State scored first, as it has in all eight wins this season, and jumped out to a 14-0 lead just over nine minutes into the game. UND scored a touchdown late in the first quarter, […]

  • Utah Pride Center aims to ‘Transcend’ gender biases

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Pride Center wrapped up its “Gender Evolution” conference Saturday in Salt Lake City. Those attending Transcend 2019 were given the opportunity to speak to professionals on topics like community, self-love and mental health. Keynote speakers also discussed how we can all transcend our own biases and take the first step toward accepting who we are. “Well, we hope what lies ahead is a greater acceptance of the variety of different people in our community, […]

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