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  • Salt Lake City’s Nathan Chen struggles in short program

    Nathan Chen was going in as a gold medal contender, but he fell and stumbled during the short program Thursday night.
  • Government

    Mitt Romney officially announces run for US Senate Seat in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — Praising Utahns’ “can-do pioneering spirit” and condemning federal dysfunction, Mitt Romney launched his campaign for the U.S. Senate in a brief video Friday. “Utah has a lot to teach the politicians in Washington,” the 2012 Republican presidential nominee says in the 2 ½-minute clip. I am running for United States Senate […]
  • Crime

    Local officials stress “See something, say something”

    Officials in Utah say they want to prevent mass shootings, like the one in Florida, with the public’s help. Steve Sautter with Salt Lake County Emergency Management says even if it seems minutely out of place, let law enforcement know. The information is passed on to officials who review the information and make a determination […]
  • Utah

    5-day-old baby treated for CO poisoning in Provo

    Doctors at Utah Valley Hospital say they believe they have treated the youngest patient in the state in a hyperbaric chamber, after carbon monoxide poisoning. Last month Jane Taylor was only five days old, and she and her parents were not feeling well. “I couldn’t believe this was happening to my brand new little baby,” […]
  • Sports

    Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell writes ‘End Gun Violence’ on his game shoes

    Wednesday night during the Jazz’s 107-97 victory over the Phoenix Suns at Vivint Arena, Donovan Mitchell wore shoes in which he had written “Pray For Parkland” on one and “End Gun Violence” on the other. Asked after the game what his motivation behind the message was, Mitchell noted in an eloquent response that he was […]
  • Police ID man found dead in Clearfield after neighbors report shooting in Clinton

    CLINTON – A North Ogden man is dead after a shooting that began in Clinton and ended in Clearfield.  Investigators are asking the public to help them track down suspects. Clinton resident Bobbie Jo Weaver heard the gunshots right outside her home on 1000 West Monday night.  She remembers telling her son to get down, […]
  • School makes changes to dance rules after national outcry

    OGDEN – Stories from news outlets all over the country are making educators at one elementary school in Ogden make changes to a Valentine’s Day dance.  Some parents were concerned their children were being told they couldn’t refuse to dance when they were asked. The concern that parents like Natalie Richard had was that kids […]
  • Utah

    Elk dies when it collides with helicopter in Wasatch County

    WASATCH COUNTY — A helicopter crashed near Currant Creek Reservoir southeast of Heber, when it was trying to capture an elk for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. The two-person crew was trying to use a net to bring the animal to the ground, so DWR biologists could come in and collar the animal to […]
  • Sports

    Jazz overcome 13-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat Spurs

    SALT LAKE CITY — Donovan Mitchell goes for 25 to help the Utah Jazz win their 10th game in a row. The Deseret News reports NBA teams don’t overcome a 13-point or more deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the San Antonio Spurs. Not against a Gregg Popovich coached team. No way. Well, it […]
  • Utah

    “Hands free” cellphone bill gets the red light in House committee

    SALT LAKE CITY  — A Full stop for HB 64, a house bill that would give law enforcement the right to pull over motorists who are holding their phones will driving. According to Representative Carol Spackman, in 2016 27 people died from using cellphones while driving, “If this bill saved even one life it would […]