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  • Utah

    Sugarhouse Park July 4th fireworks show officially canceled this year

    Sugar House is canceling its annual fourth of July fireworks show this year at the park. “As we get the word out, there will be a  lot of people who will be sad, they are going to say ‘let’s figure out a way to do this,’ but at this point it’s too late to do […]
  • Safety

    Texas shooting sparks protest in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY – Several dozen protesters come to the Capitol steps to send a message to lawmakers, demanding more action regarding gun control and school safety.  They performed a “die in,” as they laid still for 22 minutes in memory of the victims of the 22 school shootings that have happened across the country since […]
  • AP

    Cuban media: Boeing 737 crashes with 104 passengers aboard

    HAVANA (AP) — A Boeing 737 operated by state airline Cubana crashed on takeoff from Jose Marti International Airport in Havana on Friday with 104 people on board. There was no immediate word on casualties. State television and websites said the plane was headed to the eastern city of Holguin and crashed between the airport […]
  • Suicide Prevention

    Suicide prevention specialists ask parents to talk with kids about second season of “13 Reasons Why”

    The second season of a controversial and popular Netflix is released today.  Suicide prevention specialists say every parent should talk with their children about the show "13 Reasons Why," but, that doesn’t mean everyone should watch it.
  • Safety

    Teen brings handgun into West high School

    SALT LAKE CITY – A West High School student is taken into custody by police after he was caught with a gun on campus.  Educators say even if the student didn’t intend to hurt anyone, it caused quite a scare among faculty members. Administrators found out about the nine-millimeter handgun shortly after the beginning of […]
  • All News

    Veterans group offers armed school guards

    The Washington County School Board is considering an offer from a veterans group to provide armed guards for public schools.
  • Safety

    Man ‘miraculously’ escapes serious injury after being pinned by excavator

    WANSHIP, Summit County — The same wet ground that likely moved an excavator on top of a man’s legs also likely saved his legs. A 47-year-old Tooele man was not seriously injured after he was pinned by a 10,000-pound excavator. He was moving cement retaining wall blocks in Wanship. “He was ejected out of the […]
  • Crime

    Baby camera catches man breaking into Layton home while mother and baby sleep inside

    LAYTON – It sounds like the beginning of a horror movie.  A shadowy figure watching over his victim while they slept, not knowing he was there.  One Layton woman says that’s exactly what happened in her home early Monday morning. Layton Police say the homeowners became concerned after the victim’s husband came home and noticed […]
  • AP

    Awe and fear: Lava in Hawaii sloshes, oozes, crackles, roars

    PAHOA, Hawaii (AP) — The lava hisses, crackles and sizzles. It roars like an engine, the sheer force causing an audible whoosh as it sloshes and bubbles. It shoots into the sky, bright orange and full of danger, or oozes along the pavement, a giant bubbling blob of black marshmallow-looking mess, crushing homes and making […]
  • Utah

    2018 wildfire season could be a bad one

    This weekend’s rain is welcome news for state officials who are already worried about wildfires. “The fuels are very very dry, especially this time of year, which is abnormal, in higher elevations,” said Jason Curry with the state Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands. “We are seeing fires up there that are moving and […]