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  • Utah

    Search continues for missing American Fork man

      SALT LAKE CITY — The search continues for a missing American Fork man who vanished Thursday — leaving behind a wife and baby. Family members and volunteers have been searching for Paul Swenson around the clock since late last week. They say the decisions he made before vanishing were very out of character. He told […]
  • Politics

    Utah senators vote yes on “Skinny” Obamacare repeal

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Utah’s Congressional delegation is talking about the failure of Republicans’ so-called “skinny repeal” of the Affordable Care Act, which could not pass the Senate Thursday night. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, voted yes on the repeal measure. It failed on a 49 to 50 vote, when three Republicans […]
  • Education

    Grade skippers earn 5% more a year

    New research from Utah Valley University says skipping a grade means earning more money in life. It’s approximately five percent more money annually for those who got out of school a year earlier than similar children who graduated high school at age 18.   UVU associate professor Russell Warne says his is not the first […]
  • Faith

    Utah teens go to surf camp to learn life lessons

      SAN DIEGO, California — Every summer, a growing group of teens drives from Utah to the Pacific Ocean for surf camp.­ But surfing isn’t the most important part of the week. It’s what else happens while they are there that sticks with them for life. On a beach near San Diego, dozens of teenage boys met […]
  • Utah

    Four killed in plane crash near Ogden

    WEBER COUNTY – Four people are dead after a small plane crash, which completely shut down all traffic on northbound I-15.  No other vehicles were hit, and no one else was injured. Witnesses like Randy Poulsen say the plane was flying extremely low after taking off from the Ogden-Hinckley Airport.  Poulsen says he could hear […]
  • Weather

    SLC hit hard by flash flooding

    SALT LAKE CITY — As many as 100 homes and vehicles may have been damaged by unexpected early morning flooding, the Salt Lake City Fire Department says. The worst-hit area appears to be near 200 West and 1100 South, near Smiths Ballpark. The ramp from I-15 to 900 South is closed, which is forcing drivers […]
  • Utah

    Utah cruise passenger found dead

    SEATTLE — A 39-year-old woman from Utah has died, prompting an investigation aboard a Princess Cruise ship sailing out of Seattle. A statement from the cruise line confirmed that there was a domestic dispute on board the Emerald Princess around 9 p.m. on July 25, resulting in the woman’s death. The FBI and other authorities […]
  • Utah

    One dead, three hurt, in SLC beatings

    SALT LAKE CITY — Police say one person is dead and three others are injured after a fight that happened early Tuesday morning near the downtown area. Detective Robert Ungricht of the Salt Lake City Police Department said the man who died was struck in the head several times with an object, leading to his […]
  • Utah

    First battle launched in “war” on homelessness

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, says he is now spending nearly every day meeting and speaking with local mayors, homeless advocates and business owners, looking for solutions to the homelessness problem. To that end, he’s now created what he calls a “war room” for those discussions in the heart of […]
  • Utah

    St. George home for sale flooded by vandals

    ST. GEORGE — A home for sale was heavily damaged by water. Someone dragged in garden hoses and turned on all the faucets and left the water running throughout the house. The homeowners hoping to sell the home say someone dragged in garden hoses and turned on all the faucets and left the water running […]