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Orem Police Searching For Voyeurism Suspect 

(Orem, UT)  –  Police in Orem are searching for a man who was seen on video using his cellphone to take pictures under several women’s skirts.  Police said yesterday they know the identity of the man but have yet to arrest him.  Witnesses at an Orem Target store say the man […]

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The Latest: Jury finds woman guilty in baby’s death

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — A northern Utah woman has been found guilty of child abuse homicide in the 2014 death of a baby boy at the daycare she ran out of her home. Utah Courts spokesman Geoff Fattah announced the verdict Tuesday afternoon on Twitter Tuesday. It took jurors in […]

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Utah Getting More Money In Volkswagen Settlement 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Utah will be getting more money for its part in a settlement with German automaker Volkswagen.  Governor Herbert announced yesterday the state would be getting another seven-point-five million dollars, bringing the total to 40-million.  The money comes as part of a settlement from a suit where […]

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Hiker Rescued From Snow Canyon State Park 

(Snow Canyon State Park, UT)  –  A woman is recovering in the hospital with a broken ankle following her rescue from Snow Canyon State Park.  A man the woman was hiking with called for help from the Gila Trail late Monday after the woman sustained her injury.  It took search and […]

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Governor Signs Clean Air Resolutions At SLC School 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Governor Herbert wants to encourage Utahns to do more to help keep smog out of the air.  The governor went to Ensign Elementary School yesterday to sign two resolutions that he feels will help reduce the number of poor air-quality days in the state.  One resolution […]

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Stewart:  Trump’s Impromptu Remarks “Frustrating For All Of Us” 

(Washington, DC)  –  A Utah congressman says President’s Trump’s habit of saying what’s on his mind is starting to wear on lawmakers.  Republican Representative Chris Stewart said last night that he’s still willing to give the President the benefit of the doubt about accusations that he revealed classified information in […]

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Elderly Man Hit In Parking Lot, Hospitalized 

(St. George, UT)  –  An elderly man is in the hospital after being run down by a car in a Saint George grocery store parking lot.  Police say the driver had been circling the lot, looking for a place to park when he hit the man and some other cars.  Saint […]

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Provo River flood warning extended to Friday; Wasatch snow

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A spring snowstorm is headed for the mountains of northern Utah and a flood warning has been extended for the Provo River northeast of Orem and Provo. The National Weather Service says the river will remain at or near flood stage below the Deer Creek […]

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Utah man dies, woman flown to hospital after vehicle rolls

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Salt Lake City man has been killed in a rollover crash. KUTV-TV reports 26-year-old Jason R. Hoth had been driving down an interstate in Utah with a female passenger Monday afternoon when his vehicle rolled multiple times. The passenger had been flown to an […]

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Navajo coal plant deal coming soon, nation president says

PHOENIX (AP) — Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye says a deal will come this week to keep a reservation coal plant open until 2020. The Arizona Republic reports Begaye made his announcement Monday in front of dozens of happy coal miners. Begaye spoke in Phoenix at the first of four […]

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