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  • From classic to campy, check out the hordes of horror movies filmed in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — Well over 100 horror films have been made in Utah. A few are considered classics, while others are so awful they’re almost funny. Watch the video for a peek at few of each, and the locations where they were filmed. You can also see a complete listing of horror films made in Utah here.

  • Signals From Beyond: Catching creepy sounds at Westminster College with ghost recorder

    A recording device which once sold for around 50 dollars is now worth thousands to Ghost Hunters. Fox 13’s Todd Tanner takes us on a tour of Westminster College’s spooky spots in search of signals from beyond. Watch the video to see what happens and learn more about ghost hunters and researchers Matt and Jennifer Jones here: https://www.thedeadhistory.com/

  • New monument honors 485 former patients at Utah State Hospital previously buried in unmarked graves

    PROVO, Utah — From 1886 to 1960, when patients died at the Utah State Hospital, unclaimed remains were buried in unmarked graves at the Provo City Cemetery. A monument dedicated on October 10 recognizes their lives, their deaths, and restores their names. It can be found in the cemetery’s southwest quadrant. Watch the video to learn more. You can also see the April of 2017 story about the “Forgotten Patient Project” here. And learn more about the history of the […]

  • Tour of former LDS ward house turned into beautiful family home on Uniquely Utah

    When John Robinson saw a brick building for sale near downtown Salt Lake City, he said it was love at first sight. Built in the 1930’s as an LDS ward house, the building was later sold to the Catholic Church to be made into a school. Robinson, however, envisioned the beautiful building as something he could call his home, and much more. Sadly, it was demolished recently. Watch the video above to get one last glimpse of how the home […]

  • Uniquely Utah: Artifacts dug up from Fort Douglas

    For the past three weeks, some forgotten pieces of Utah have been unearthed in Fort Douglas. Along Potter Street, civil war artifacts have been found preserved under the pavement. To find out more, watch the video above. You can also see information on the Fort Douglas Military Museum here.

  • Utah teacher battling breast cancer gets surprise from Fox 13 Dream Team

    The Fox 13 Dream team is on a mission to change lives. We’ve partnered with Mountain America Credit Union, Woodside Homes and Smith’s Food and Drug to help honor some deserving Utahns. This month, the Dream Team surprised Alayne Sare. Alayne’s days are spent at the Horizon School in Saratoga Springs, where she teaches children and young adults with special needs. At home, Alayne cares for her 53-year-old husband who has Alzheimer’s. Her 88-year-old mother also suffers from dementia. On […]

  • Uniquely Utah: Butch Cassidy’s boyhood home

    The recently restored boyhood home of Butch Cassidy is located just south of Circleville, Utah. There is a small parking lot and restrooms just off of Highway 89 which are always open, however, the cabin is only open to the public during special events or by arranging a group tour. For more information visit the Facebook page here. The entire region is a great destination for those looking to connect with the old west. To get a first-hand look at […]

  • Uniquely Utah: Manning Orchards in Fruit Heights

    In this week’s Uniquely Utah, Fox 13’s Todd Tanner takes us to fruit heights, just in time for peach season. Watch the video for a peek into Manning Orchards, or visit them in person while the peaches last. The address and hours of operation can be found on their Facebook page here.

  • Families in need get back-to-school gifts from Fox 13 Dream Team

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Fox 13 Dream team is on a mission to change lives. We’ve partnered with Mountain America Credit Union, Woodside Homes and Smith’s Food and Drug to help honor some deserving Utahns. This month, the Dream Team surprised three families with back-to-school gifts. Anthony Archuleta works up to 70 hours a week to support his wife, Michelle, and their eight children. Maria Garcia is a single mother with three kids and two full-time jobs. Angela […]

  • Uniquely Utah: Two Russian women buried in the ‘middle of nowhere’

    BOX ELDER COUNTY, Utah — Two headstones engraved in the Russian language mark the final resting place of two women. They were part of an effort to settle a remote corner of Box Elder County a little over a century ago. Check out the video, and you can also learn more about the old settlement here.

  • Could treasures in the Utah State Archive be moved down the street when the Road Home shelter closes?

    SALT LAKE CITY — Did you know the Utah State Archives has a fine arts collection with over 1.8 million pieces and an estimated value of over $1.25 million dollars? It’s part of a massive collection that’s been collecting dust in various locations since the Utah State Historical Society was organized in 1897. The archive is currently housed in the Rio Grande Train Station Building, a stone’s throw from the Road Home homeless shelter. The state announced recently it would […]

  • Police identify suspect in murder of West Valley City code enforcement officer

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — West Valley City Police confirm a man is in custody after a code-enforcement officer was shot and killed in West Valley City Thursday morning. Late Thursday night, the West Valley Police Department tweeted that the suspect is 64-year-old Kevin Wayne Billings. He has been booked into jail on suspicion of first-degree felony aggravated murder and first-degree aggravated arson. Billings was also charged on a second-degree felony arson charge for allegedly torching a home in the […]