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  • 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 […]
  • Utah

    Utah law professor supports “Duty to Assist in an Emergency” bill

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — House Minority Leader Rep. Brian King will introduce HB125 – ‘Duty to Assist in an Emergency’ to the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday afternoon. The bill would make it a class B misdemeanor to fail to provide reasonable assistance to someone in the event of a crime or another emergency. […]
  • New Sober Living Program in Utah for Operation Rio Grande

    Murray, UT—Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams and House Speaker Greg Hughes announced the new sober living housing program on Monday. It places people in safe, affordable housing while continuing to receive treatment for substance use. The sober living voucher program, in partnership with the Department of Workforce Services, pays housing costs for eligible clients […]
  • Utah

    Utah lawmakers pass bill reducing fireworks days for July holidays

    The Utah House passed a bill Wednesday that would reduce the number of days around the Fourth of July and Pioneer Day that fireworks would be legal in the state.
  • Utah

    Crews work through the night to repair, reopen southbound I-15 after tanker fire

    MIDVALE — Crews were working through the night to repair and reopen the southbound lanes of I-15 near 7200 South after a semi tanker fire shut down the interstate Thursday night. Southbound I-15 was closed from I-215 junction to 9000 South, according to Unified Fire Authority. Northbound lanes were reopened shortly after 10:40 p.m. Thursday, […]
  • Utah

    Will a ban on talking behind the wheel pass in Utah?

    A state lawmaker thinks her bill to restrict talking on the phone while driving should be received well this upcoming legislative session. Representative Carol Spackman Moss says it’s one of the biggest complaints she gets — people running others off the road or nearly causing a crash because they are holding a phone to their […]
  • Orem police offering designated driver service NYE

    Orem police are getting everything ready for New Year’s weekend. Some officers plan to act as designated drivers. Lt Craig Martinez says two Orem police officers will be working overtime from 10 PM to 2 AM on Saturday and Sunday, just assigned to take people home if they have had too much to drink. “As […]