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  • by Associated Press
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has nominated a diverse group of six lawyers to run U.S. attorney’s offices across the country, his latest picks for the top law enforcement positions. The nominees, announced by the White House on Wednesday, would run the federal prosecutors’ offices in Alaska, Connecticut, Montana, […]
  • by or for St. George News
    ST. GEORGE — A new research study from Utah State University’s Utah Women & Leadership Project, in conjunction with USU Extension, indicates that poverty numbers for women have improved since a 2016 study but that progress is still needed. The 2016 UWLP research report titled “Poverty Among Utah Women” showed […]
  • by Mori Kessler
    ST. GEORGE — As a way to help promote water conservation statewide, a Utah legislator has put forth a bill that would ban government entities and homeowners associations from requiring residents to have and maintain lawns or turf. Landscaping Requirement Amendments, sponsored by Rep. Raymond Ward, R-Bountiful, and designated as […]
  • by Geoff Steurer
    Question I filed for divorce a year ago after years and years of being in a controlling and abusive marriage. I found the strength to run. Besides eventually finding out that my husband had a secret sexual addiction our entire marriage, my daughter, who is now an adult, has come […]
  • by or for St. George News Sponsor
    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — The Southwest Symphony invites community members young and old to spend a delightful evening enjoying classical music at the Cox Performing Arts Center.  The symphony’s 2021-2022 season continues with a family-friendly performance of Sergei Prokofiev’s symphonic fairy tale “Peter and the Wolf” on Feb. 4. Composed for […]
  • by E. George Goold
    ST. GEORGE — While league-leading Desert Hills had the night off, three other Region 10 girls basketball teams were able to pick up momentum with home victories Tuesday night as they continue to chase the Thunder. Hurricane held on to win an overtime thriller, Snow Canyon strongly defended its house […]
  • by or for St. George News
    ST. GEORGE —Due to unprecedented low water conditions at Lake Powell, the Dangling Rope Marina will remain closed throughout 2022, according to a press release issued Friday by the National Park Service. In response to lowering lake levels, park and concessioner staff are removing marina components from the Dangling Rope […]
  • by Associated Press
    RENO, Nev. (AP) — The U.S. government plans to capture more wild horses on federal lands this year than ever before, drawing sharp criticism from mustang advocates who hoped the Biden administration would curtail widespread gathers of thousands of horses annually across the American West. Bureau of Land Management Director […]
  • by Obituaries
    Jan. 5, 1932 – Jan. 21, 2022 Clark passed away at the age of 90 years young on Jan. 21, 2022. He is survived by his current wife, Glenda; and Clark’s four children, Teresa, Brian, Kevin and Scott; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Clark was proceeded in death by his […]
  • by Obituaries
    May 8, 1943 – Jan. 21, 2022 Steven Howard Peterson, beloved husband, father, and grandpa returned to his heavenly home on Jan. 21, 2022, at the age of 78, after a long health battle. A heart-filled thanks for the tender care provided by the Beehive Memory Care and Applegate Hospice […]

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  • by Lauren Steinbrecher
    A coyote that was spotted in a Sugar House neighborhood of Salt Lake City is pictured on Sunday, Jan. 23, 2022. | Levi Clark A Utah man is sharing a message of caution after spotting a wild animal that isn’t often seen in the middle of the day on the […]
  • by Pat Reavy
    Laura Seitz, Deseret News Criminal charges were filed Wednesday against a 14-year-old boy accused of gunning down two of his Hunter High School classmates who he said had been harassing him. The teen is charged in 3rd District Juvenile Court with two counts of murder and discharge of a firearm […]
  • by Lisa Riley Roche
    A woman wears a KN95-style mask while walking in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News White House distributing 400 million high-quality masks nationwide South Jordan pharmacist Tad Jolley said Wednesday he doesn’t know what to tell customers asking about the free N95 masks […]
  • by Mike Lee
    Students hold letters for Utah Association of Public Charter Schools as about 500 students representing some 135 charter schools from St. George to Logan attend a rally in the Capitol rotunda on the first day of the 2020 Utah Legislature in Salt Lake City on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. | […]
  • by Evan Ward
    Mikhail Gorbachev, eighth and final leader of the Soviet Union, closes his resignation speech on the table after delivering it on Soviet television in the Kremlin, Moscow, Wednesday, Dec. 25, 1991. Memories conflict as to whether the U.S. had promised him that NATO would not expand into former Soviet territory. […]
  • by Kyle Dunphey
    A “for sale” sign and “sale pending” sign are pictured in Salt Lake City on Monday, Oct. 18, 2021. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News Western communities dominate list of overvalued housing markets If you bought a home in Ogden, Provo or Salt Lake City in the last month, there’s a […]
  • by Bridger Beal-Cvetko
    Gov. Spencer Cox recognizes the achievements of University of Utah gymnasts Kara Eaker, Amelie Morgan, Grace McCallum, MyKayla Skinner and swimmer Rhyan White, a Utah native, at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 who represented the U.S. and Great Britain at the Tokyo Olympic Games. […]
  • by Readers' Forum
    Dave Bateman, CEO of Entrata, speaks during StartFEST at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015. A profoundly antisemitic email authored by the onetime Utah tech entrepreneur Tuesday morning led to his ouster from the company he founded. | Stacie Scott, Deseret News Such […]
  • by Lisa Riley Roche
    Utah has seen 862,052 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 4,091 total deaths as of Wednesday, according to the Utah Department of Health. That’s an increase of 7,493 cases since Tuesday. School-aged kids account for 1,064 of today’s newly announced cases. Eighteen new deaths were reported. Here are the latest numbers. […]
  • by Emily Ashcraft
    Former BYU professor Michael James Clay, 47, of Springville, is accused of sexually abusing three of his students. | Brigham Young University A former BYU associate professor charged with sexually abusing a student now faces new criminal charges after police say he engaged in "ecclesiastical abuse to accomplish his sex […]


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