Elizabeth Weiler

Free public transit rides come to Heber Valley

HEBER CITY, Utah — In the summer of 2022, Wasatch County Council approved a sales tax which is now providing funding for free public transit rides throughout Heber Valley.  Wasatch County and High Valley Transit entered a three-year, $3 million agreement to offer public bus transit services between Wasatch and Summit Counties, along with micro-transit […]
3 months ago

Carbon monoxide poisoning on the rise in winter months

SALT LAKE CITY — Winter is approaching and officials want people to know the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning. Last year, nearly 200 Utahns were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning.  The flame in a gas appliance should generally be blue, with some orange. If the flame is mostly yellow, it’s giving off excess carbon monoxide.  […]
3 months ago

Man arrested for murder in weekend shooting outside nightclub in Salt Lake

SALT LAKE CITY — A Southern Utah man has been arrested and booked into jail in connection with the shooting death of a Salt Lake City woman over the weekend. Nichole Olsen, 29, was shot and killed outside a nightclub near 300 S. West Temple in Salt Lake City around 2 a.m. Sunday. Police have […]
3 months ago

Utah animal rights case raising questions about the American food system

After a rare win in the court system, animal activists Wayne Hsiung and Paul Picklesimer look to the future.
3 months ago

Street racer ends up in handcuffs

Police estimated the two street racers to be traveling around 70 mph, over 30 mph of the speed limit in the given area.
3 months ago

Companies around Utah offer free Thanksgiving meals and more

The Miller Foundation, Crossroads Urban Center, and Ken Garff are all offering Thanksgiving meals and other services for Thanksgiving.
3 months ago

If you’re a veteran, get your free Thanksgiving meal

Utah's veterans are receiving a complementary Thanksgiving meal courtesy of the Ken Garff company and employees.
3 months ago

When are ski resorts opening in Utah?

SALT LAKE CITY — Winter is well underway in the beehive state. With an arctic front coming in, ski resorts across Utah are pushing up their opening days.  Although many mountains and ski resorts have not seen high totals of snow, you an still ride on man-made powder.  If you’re heading to the mountain today […]
3 months ago

Man steals electric motorcycles from U-Haul, prompting long police chase

Jesse Salmon is suspected of crashing into a St. George U-Haul location, stealing electric motorcycles, and fleeing from police.
3 months ago

Suspects identified after burglary at church meeting house 

Damage caused during the burglary of the church meetinghouse is extensive according to an official in the Perry Utah Stake Presidency.
3 months ago

Lagoon announces new rollercoaster ‘Primordial”

Utah's Lagoon Amusement Park is adding another rollercoaster, Primordial, to its roster and it will be ready to ride this upcoming 2023 season.
3 months ago

Advocacy group asking Utah Legislature to help fund teen centers across the state

The Policy Project is hoping to implement teen centers across all Utah schools. The organization is calling on the Utah Legislature to help.
3 months ago

Utah welcomes new house members in both parties

There are three new party members in both the Utah House and Senate, and a full female line-up in the Utah Democrat's leadership.
3 months ago

One man in jail after allegedly tailgating an unmarked police car

Police said the driver pulled up alongside the officer, yelled profanities, and pointed a firearm.
3 months ago

Three brothers still missing out of American Fork

Three brothers are still missing after leaving their home over two weeks ago on Oct. 29.
3 months ago

Controlled burns happening across the state, officials advise

Across Utah controlled burns are occurring with piles of burning brush. Before reporting a wildfire, confirm that it isn't a controlled burn.
3 months ago

For some states, this year’s elections are historically diverse

SALT LAKE CITY — From either end of the country, history is being made as more diverse candidates are winning elections and positions in politics.  Diversity in east coast state elections Along the east coast, Massachusetts championed a new governor. Not only is Maura Healey the first woman to hold the position, but she is also […]
3 months ago

Ogden man accused of stealing what he sold to a pawn shop

Police documents show the suspect admitted that he stole and pawned the trailer and that he already had warrants for his arrest.
3 months ago

Davis School District projected to receive bonds, but votes are close

As of Wednesday morning, some 52,969 Davis County voters had approved the issuance of bonds, while 41,044 did not. 
3 months ago

So far, most Salt Lake County voters have approved the open space bond

The parks, trails, and open spaces bond, according to the Salt Lake City website, will continue to enhance the public lands system.
3 months ago

Evan McMullin concedes Senate race to Mike Lee

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s highly contentious and expensive Senate race has its winner.  After arguably the most popular Utah race began counting votes, Sen. Mike Lee appeared to be in the lead.  It wasn’t until numbers were just over an hour into being counted that Evan McMullin conceded the race last night. Sen. Lee […]
3 months ago

GOP candidates keeping their jobs

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s Republican congressmen will all keep their jobs.  It seemed as if Blake Moore, Chris Stewart, John Curtis and Burgess Owens barely broke a sweat last night as they soared to victory in their respective districts. Moore swept past his opponent leading Democrat Rick Jones by 40%. The other three congressmen […]
3 months ago

Lottery officials announce winning numbers for record Powerball jackpot

Originally Published: 08 NOV 22 04:59 ET Updated: 08 NOV 22 10:14 ET     (CNN) — Officials have finally announced the winning numbers for the record $2.04 billion Powerball lottery jackpot after Monday night’s drawing was delayed when one of the 48 participating lotteries needed more time to complete the necessary protocols. The winning numbers, which […]
3 months ago

Avalanche watch: considerable danger along the Wasatch Front

SALT LAKE CITY — Considerable avalanche danger is present on the Wasatch Front as more snow enters the mountains.  Although few ski resorts have opened for the winter, some are already closing their uphill travel.  The Utah Avalanche Center said human triggered avalanches are likely to occur and natural ones are also possible.  Utah’s expecting […]
3 months ago