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Drivers, expect weekend road closures on Bangerter Highway in Riverton

Construction on Bangerter will cause weekend road closures according to the Utah Department of Transportation.
7 days ago

Gov. Cox says he will not vote for Trump

During a CNN interview Thursday, Gov. Spencer Cox said he will not vote for former President Donald Trump in the 2024 election.
9 days ago

Gas leak leads to evacuation of Roy neighborhood, now resolved

A gas leak in a Roy neighborhood caused residents to evacuate for a short time. Dominion Energy arrived and resolved the matter.
9 days ago

Alec Baldwin involuntary manslaughter trial begins in New Mexico

Alec Baldwin involuntary manslaughter trial begins with jury selection on Tuesday July 9, 2024 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
11 days ago

Officials urge practicing heat safety during hot weather

Excessive temperatures are hitting many places in Utah and officials are asking people to practice heat safety.
25 days ago

Search and rescue underway for 2 missing people in Grand County

Two people are missing in Grand County. Authorities found their abandoned UTV near the Steel Bender off-road trail on Monday.
25 days ago

3 dead, 10 wounded in Arkansas grocery store shooting

Two people are dead and several were wounded in a Arkansas grocery store shooting Friday afternoon. The shooter was also badly wounded.
29 days ago

Clark Planetarium striving to increase accessibility for guests

Clark Planetarium announced an initiative to increase accessibility for people of all abilities and and economic status.
29 days ago

The first presidential debate set for next week

The first presidential debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will take place at the CNN studios on June 27.
29 days ago

Layton shooting leaves one dead, one injured

Authorities say a Layton shooting left one dead and another wounded Thursday night. Police are investigating but say there is no danger to the public.
1 month ago

Driver freed from vehicle after crashing, rolling into Provo car dealership

According to Provo Police, a speeding SUV jumped a curb causing it to roll and crash into a car dealership early Thursday morning.
2 months ago

Severe weekend weather across the U.S. leaves 22 dead

The central and southern parts of the United States experienced severe weather over the holiday weekend leaving 22 dead.
2 months ago

Officials urge prevention of human-caused fires ahead of holiday weekend

Fire officials are asking campers for help and giving tips to prevent human-caused fires ahead of Memorial Weekend.
2 months ago

Suspect in Sgt. Hooser’s death charged in Utah County

The Utah County District Attorney's office filed formal charges against Michael Aaron Jayne in the death of Sgt. Bill Hooser on May 5, 2024.
2 months ago

Sunset City Mayor Howard Madsen dies

Sunset City Mayor Howard Madsen has died. Tributes to the Mayor have started coming in. No cause of death has been released.
2 months ago

No charges filed in racist incident against Utah’s women’s basketball team, NAACP responds

Jeanetta Williams reacts to the decision to not file charges against a man who yelled racial slurs at the the women's basketball team.
2 months ago

19 arrested at University of Utah during Gaza war protests

Multiple agencies responded to protests over the Gaza war at the University of Utah Monday night resulting in 17 arrested.
3 months ago

Road rage incident kills one in Spanish Fork

A road rage incident on Friday morning killed on in Spanish Fork. The deceased fled from police and crashed into a tree.
3 months ago

Talking to teens about marijuana misuse

Gray Matters Utah talks about having conversations with teenagers about marijuana misuse.
3 months ago

Kevin Bacon visits Payson High School after student-led campaign

Actor Kevin Bacon returned to Payson High School after a student-led campaign. The actor and the students spent the morning building service kits.
3 months ago

Update: Auction date set for Phoenix land Coyotes want for arena

The Arizona State Land Department Board of Appeals unanimously approved the $68.5 million appraisal of the 95 acres.
4 months ago

March jobs report comes in hot: The US economy added 303,000 positions last month

The March jobs report showed that the country added 303,000 jobs which was higher than economists expected.
4 months ago

Utah’s ‘Dark Sky Month’ aims to showcase the stars

April has been Utah's "Dark Sky Month" since Gov. Spenser Cox declared it in 2021. The aim is to lessen light pollution and see stars.
4 months ago

Person killed while changing tire on I-15 in American Fork

One person died in an auto-pedestrian accident in American Fork Thursday morning. They were changing a tire on the freeway. 
4 months ago