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Regional airport in Utah to expand sooner than anticipated

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — The growth in passengers at St. George Regional Airport has prompted officials to look into expansion projects sooner than expected. KUTV-TV reported (http://bit.ly/2ppXHIO ) Thursday that the airport’s plans to expand in a few years are being sped up. Airport officials say St. George’s population […]

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Nordstrom kicks breast-feeding Utah mom out of bathroom

FARMINGTON, Utah (AP) — A Utah mother was recently kicked out a Nordstrom Rack bathroom after a customer complained about her breast-feeding. The Deseret News reports Ana Davis was feeding her baby at a Nordstrom last month when an employee asked her to move into a dressing room. Davis says […]

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Herbert worried lawmakers eying Congress may ‘game system’

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Gov. Gary Herbert says he doesn’t want to call the Legislature into a special session to settle how Utah would fill a vacant congressional seat because a number of legislators are interested in replacing Rep. Jason Chaffetz if the congressman leaves office early. Chaffetz, who […]

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Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing Child 

(St. George, UT)  –  A man remains behind bars in Saint George today accused of sexually abusing a young girl.  The victim reportedly told police Carlos Palma abused her at his apartment at least seven times while the girl was in fifth and sixth grades.  Saint George News reports investigators believe […]

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Driver In Fatal Semi Rollover Wasn’t Buckled 

(Iron County, UT)  –  The driver of a semi-truck that rolled on State Route 56 in Iron County wasn’t wearing his seatbelt.  That’s according to the state Highway Patrol, who said yesterday Morris Carter’s truck drifted off the highway Wednesday afternoon and then rolled when he over-corrected.  Carter died at the […]

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SUU Breaks Ground On Business Building 

(Cedar City, UT)  –  The dirt is officially turned on Southern Utah University’s new business school building.  Officials were on hand for the ground-breaking ceremony for the 16-million dollar project yesterday.  About half of the project will be paid for with a donation from the Dixie and Ann Leavitt Foundation.  The […]

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Chaffetz Recovering After Surgery 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  Jason Chaffetz is recovering after what his office deemed a successful surgery on his foot in Salt Lake City.  Utah’s Third Congressional District representative announced earlier this week he’d need three to four weeks to recover from the operation, which his doctors said he needed right […]

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Utah Mother Continues Efforts To Free Son 

(Riverton, UT)  –  The mother of a Utah man who’s been imprisoned in Venezuela for nearly a year is still working with federal officials to get him released.  Laurie Holt spent much of the last week in Washington, DC talking to officials at locations that included the White House.  Holt was […]

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Dixie State Student Accused Of Rape 

(St. George, UT)  –  A Dixie State University student is accused of raping a woman he met on Tinder.  Investigators say the victim met Samuel Butler on the dating app and after agreeing to get coffee with him, he reportedly took her to his apartment in early January instead.  Police say […]

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Update: Idaho Man Injured in Marysvale Canyon Crash, Road Closed for Hours

The road though Marysvale Canyon was closed for hours after a semi truck crashed April 27, blocking off traffic. Utah Highway Patrol trooper Jared Jensen says that the semi truck crashed at 12:49 p.m., North of Big Rock Candy Mountain near Mile Post 186. Jensen says the semi drifted from […]

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