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Tibble Fork Reservoir To Reopen Today 

(Utah County, UT)  –  A Utah County reservoir is reopening just in time for Memorial Day.  The Tibble Fork Reservoir has been closed since last June for a project that has doubled the amount of water available to boaters and fishermen.  The seven-million-dollar project also brought the dam up to current […]

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Former Utah County Commissioner Pleads Guilty To Fraud 

(Salt Lake City, UT)  –  A former Utah County commissioner could avoid jail time by pleading guilty to one count of communication fraud.  Gary Jay Anderson entered his plea yesterday in a deal that saw three other counts against him dropped.  Anderson admitted to defrauding investors in a scheme where he […]

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Man Arrested After Long High Speed Chase 

(Washington County, UT)  –  A man is behind bars on six charges after a long high speed chase through Arizona that ended in Utah.  Investigators say Christian Thomas was going more than 100 miles an hour on Interstate 15 Wednesday night when he was pulled over by a trooper.  He then […]

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Child Hit By Car In Driveway 

(Willard, UT)  –  A child remains hospitalized after being hit by a car in a driveway in Willard.  Authorities were called to the scene on West 100 South yesterday after a driver didn’t see the five-year old boy sitting on a skateboard in a driveway and hit him.  The boy was […]

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Arizona teen ordered to trial in rehab ranch worker’s death

PANGUITCH, Utah (AP) — A Utah judge has ordered an Arizona teenager accused of killing a counselor at a ranch for troubled teens to stand trial on murder and other charges. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Judge Marvin Bagley made the ruling following an evidence hearing on Thursday in […]

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Trump budget would allow sale of wild horses for slaughter

PALOMINO VALLEY, Nev. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s budget proposal calls for saving $10 million next year by selling wild horses captured throughout the West without a guarantee from buyers that the animals won’t be resold for slaughter. Wild horse advocates say the change would gut nearly a half-century of […]

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Nu Skin had Utah’s top-paid CEO with $10.3M paycheck

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A new survey finds the top-paid CEO in Utah made $10.3 million last year as the head of Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. The report released Thursday by The Associated Press found that Nu Skin’s Truman Hunt was the highest-compensated CEO in the state for 2016. […]

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Authorities Looking For Missing Cedar City Woman 

(Cedar City, UT)  –  Authorities across the state are looking for a missing 60-year old Cedar City woman.  Investigators say family last heard from Rose Nelson when she called her son to say her car had high centered on a road off State Route 56 in Iron County yesterday morning.  Authorities […]

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Abducted St. George Boys Are In Mexico 

(St. George, UT)  –  Authorities have confirmed that two boys abducted by their father in Saint George are now in Mexico.  Investigators are trying to pin down exactly where Jesus and Angel Lopez are after their non-custodial father, Ricardo, never dropped them off for school on Wednesday morning.  Investigators say Lopez […]

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Law criminalizing online harassment may be unconstitutional

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah lawmakers say they hope a new, unique law cuts down on the expanding and increasingly troubling forms of cyber harassment by giving authorities the ability to send the online bullies to jail. But some lawyers and a libertarian-leaning group say they are concerned with […]

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