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  • One dead, three injured in crash near Monticello

    MONTICELLO, Utah – A crash between Moab and Monticello on state Route 191 killed one woman and sent three others to the hospital Thursday morning. According to the Department of Public Safety, a black sedan with Colorado plates lost control and slid into a northbound sedan with Utah plates. All four occupants were transported to the San Juan Hospital in Monticello; Christine Sours, age 69, of Grand Junction, Colorado, was then flown to a hospital in Grand Junction but died […]

  • New device lets men breastfeed

    A new device lets dads take on nursing duty. The Dentsu Group, a Japanese company, has created a wearable breastfeeding technology that allows fathers to nurse babies. The breast-shaped device is equipped with a tank to hold milk or formula. It can also vibrate to induce sleep and alert parents of the baby’s feeding patterns. “With the softness and warmth close to that of a mother’s breast, babies are none the wiser, and can relax as usual,” according to a […]

  • US women’s soccer unveils 2019 World Cup jerseys

    The U.S. women’s national team unveiled its jerseys for the 2019 World Cup, which will take place June 7 through July 7 in France and can be seen live on Fox 13. The home jersey, which is primarily white with red and blue trim, will be paired with white shorts and socks for the tournament. The shirt features three stars above the crest to show the team’s three World Cup titles (1991, 1999, 2015) and has all 50 states printed […]

  • Salt Lake Argosy University campus closed

    SALT LAKE CITY – The U.S. Department of Education announced the Argosy University campus in Draper has been permanently closed following a lawsuit involving the school’s owner, Dream Center Education Holdings, and a denial from the department to change the school’s status from for-profit to non-profit. The Draper campus is one of 20 Argosy University locations that closed on March 8, along with five Art Institute locations. DCEH applied to give its Argosy locations non-profit status with the Department of […]

  • Bill to ban abortions after 18 weeks passes Utah Legislature

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah State Legislature has passed a bill banning abortions after 18 weeks. The Utah Senate voted 23-6, along party lines, for the bill. Supporters said the bill supports a woman’s right to choose – up to 18 weeks. But opponents said it tramples on a woman’s right and will not withstand a court challenge. The bill now goes to Governor Herbert’s office for his signature or veto.

  • UVU wrestler Demetrius Romero becomes school’s first Big 12 champion

    OREM, Utah — For the first time in program history, Utah Valley has a Big 12 wrestling champion. Demetrius Romero defeated Andrew Fogarty of North Dakota State in overtime, with a score of 8-6. The Wolverines also secured 4 other spots in the upcoming NCAA tournament, a school record.  

  • President Trump signs public lands bill

    WASHINGTON – President Trump signed the Natural Resources Management Act into law Tuesday, which will create a new national monument in Utah and protect thousands of acres across the state. The bill, primarily negotiated by Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah), passed the Senate with a 92-8 vote. Beyond the new Jurassic National Monument in Emery County, the bill added 6,000 acres to Goblin Valley State Park, designated Golden Spike National Historic Site as a Historic National Park before the 150th anniversary […]

  • Russell Westbrook and fans get into verbal altercation during Jazz game

    SALT LAKE CITY — Russell Westbrook got into a verbal altercation with some Jazz fans during Monday night’s game. Westbrook spoke to media about the incident, which occurred during the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 98-89 win over Utah in Salt Lake City. “A young man and his wife in the stands told me to ‘Get down on my knees like I used to,'” Westbrook said. “And for me that’s just completely disrespectful, to me, I think it’s racial.” In a video […]

  • Three-year-old boy critically injured in crash in West Jordan

    WEST JORDAN, Utah — A three-year-old boy was critically injured in a crash Sunday afternoon. Investigators say a white Toyota SUV was traveling northbound at 5600 West around 4 p.m. The driver was attempting to make a left hand turn at the light at 7000 South. A southbound Lincoln Navigator tried to avoid the Toyota, but crashed into a light pole. A 3-year-old boy was critically injured. “He was partially ejected out of his seat,” said Officer Jennifer Worthen with […]

  • Two men injured in fiery crash at 8000 South State Street

    MIDVALE, Utah — Two men were injured in a violent crash in Midvale Sunday. The accident took place around 2 p.m. near 8000 South State Street in Midvale. According to Detective Kevin Mallory with the Unified Police Department, the driver of a Honda Civic was driving on State Street at an excessive speed. “It is a very major crash we’ve had a lot of witnesses,  a lot of people stop to provide information for us and we’re just piecing all […]

  • Heavy drug use suspected in a crash involving a semi-truck on Main Street in Moab

    MOAB, Utah — Moab Police officers were called to a crash right in the center of town Saturday evening. According to a news release from the Moab Police Department, the crash happened at 8:40 p.m. in the area of on Main Street and Center Street. The semi-truck was traveling north on Main Street when it exited its lane and collided with a Subaru, causing minor injuries to its driver. Officers interviewed the semi driver, 46-year-old Donald Ray Vaughn Jr., and […]

  • At the movies: ‘Dumbo’ and ‘Rocketman!’

    Fox 13’s Rich Bonaduce takes a look inside Disney’s live-action “Dumbo” 2019, and is excited to take a look at the upcoming Elton John fantasy flick, “Rocketman!”

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