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    HHS Secretary Tom Price visits Utah to talk healthcare

    SANDY — Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price says the new health care plan in the Senate will help Utahns.  He spoke at Colonial Flag Monday after hosting local business leaders in a roundtable discussion on healthcare costs and challenges. “The goal is to let every single American has access to the kind of […]
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    Chaffetz says it’s “surreal” to step down

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Ever since announcing he wouldn’t run for re-election next year, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, has been looking back at the beginning of his career in politics. Before the Republican primary, Chaffetz says the odds were on incumbent Chris Cannon’s side.  Chaffetz spoke with Mitt Romney, who wasn’t endorsing anyone at the time. […]
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    STEM summer camps teaching Utah youth

      UTAH — More kids are spending their summers learning, and more of those summer camps now involve STEM subjects. Kids around the state are attending science, technology, engineering and math camps all summer long. At Hurricane Elementary, young kids ages 5 to 7 years old are building robots out of Legos at a day […]
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    FLDS leader Lyle Jeffs in custody after nearly a year

    SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota — A polygamist leader on the run is now behind bars in South Dakota.  The FBI in Salt Lake City confirms to KSL Newsradio that Lyle Steed Jeffs was found Wednesday. He was booked into the Minnehaha County jail at 11:43 PM Wednesday night and is being held without bail on […]
  • Ogden Canyon closes Monday for repaving

    OGDEN — Big delays are coming to Ogden Canyon next Monday, as the Utah Department of Transportation warns they plan to close down the highway for repaving. UDOT region one spokesperson, Vic Saunders, said about three years ago Ogden City dug water trenches under the highway. Those trenches are now sinking, and UDOT wants to […]
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    Wrong-way driving crash caught on dash camera

    SALT LAKE CITY — A wrong-way driver on the I-215 west-side belt slammed head on into another car four days ago, then took off. The whole thing was caught on the victim’s dash camera. The video shows headlights as the pick up truck bears down on the two passenger cars. The truck hits hard, spinning […]
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    Utah congressional delegation reacts to shooting at VA park

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA and SALT LAKE CITY UTAH — A top House Republican, Steve Scalise of Louisiana, was shot by a rifle-wielding gunman Wednesday at a congressional baseball practice just outside of Washington. Several other people were also believed to have been hit. No members of Utah’s congressional delegation were there, but they are all quickly […]
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    Signs warn of parking fees coming to Pineview Reservoir

    WEBER COUNTY — Just two weeks after announcing alcohol will be banned along most of the beach, signs along Pineview Reservoir are now warning parking fees are coming to the beach line. “We wanted people that were visiting Pineview to have kind of a heads up that we’re looking at pay-for-parking, so we put up […]
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    Refugee Rights Card unveiled in Utah

    MURRAY — A new resource unveiled Tuesday hopes to help potentially thousands of refugees in Utah learn their rights and have better interactions with law enforcement.   There’s a new refugee rights card in Utah for refugees to carry and give to police.   Noor Ul-Hasan works with many refugees as they come to Utah, […]
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    Number of online crimes against children on pace to double in Utah

    MIDVALE – Hail fell as men carried computers and flash drives from a small Midvale apartment to a mobile command vehicle parked outside. As I watched, Jessica Farnsworth, the commander of Utah’s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force turned to me and said, “This gentleman’s house is right next to a child’s playground.” The […]