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- by Jessi BangST. GEORGE —Two separate car incidents were reported on I-15 Sunday morning, a single vehicle rollover and a single car fire. In the first incident, Beaver Dam/Littlefield firefighter Jared Gardner said he responded to a single-vehicle rollover on I-15 at mile marker 17 around 6 a.m. that involved two occupants. The […]
- by Jeff RichardsCEDAR CITY — A 21-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft after police said she stole a pickup truck with an attached trailer and drove it to her parents’ house while intoxicated. The incident began shortly before 1 a.m. Tuesday when Iron County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a […]
- by Truman BurgessWASHINGTON CITY — Star Nursery, a chain of desert-friendly plant nurseries and landscaping stores, will soon begin construction on its fourth location in Washington County. The 13.9-acre zoning ordinance was passed by Washington City Council last week, giving Star Nursery the go-ahead for construction blueprinting. The plot of land is […]
- by Jessi BangST. GEORGE —From a women’s shelter to the owner of multiple businesses, a St. George woman shows that self-determination and the will to thrive out of the darkness can ultimately lead to something great. When Lacey Brunyer found herself in an unimaginable situation, she was pushed to utilize the services […]
- by Cody BlowersST. GEORGE — A man with an extensive criminal history is back in jail facing a felony theft charge after an electric bike went missing from a shop in Ivins. On Monday, officers were dispatched following a report of a retail theft in Ivins after a shop owner called authorities […]
- by Jessi BangST. GEORGE —The Left Fork Fire is now 100% contained, according to fire officials. The fire has burned a total of 4,254 acres since May 9, however there are still current hazards in place as fire crews continue to put out hot spots. A type three Incident Management Team took […]
- by Mori KesslerST. GEORGE — The St. George City Council was given an update on the status of the proposed 700 South interchange project Thursday from the Utah Department of Transportation. Due the number of public comments received on the project, UDOT officials announced an additional public input meeting would be held […]
- by Kat DaytonST. GEORGE —Eighteen. Unmarried. Scared. Alone. And pregnant. My sister was all these things. And none of us knew it. Not until she’d sat with it in the in-between – between her realizing she was pregnant with a child of a man with whom she had no future and knowing […]
- by Ammon TeareST. GEORGE — Just nine blocks away from the last major water main break, on the same road, a familiar scene played out again Thursday night as the city’s aging water network broke down and flooded the roadway and nearby yards with thousands of gallons of water. Workers with the […]
- Helicopter rescue team pressed into service on first day to rescue woman injured at Toquerville Fallsby Chris ReedST. GEORGE — It was the first day of the Utah Department of Public Safety’s new Southern Utah helicopter rescue team, and it only took a few hours for it to prove its worth. They came to assist Friday in the rescue of a woman who was injured while either […]
- by RISE Garden had its first full harvest and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday. Read here to learn more.
- by United We Stand breaks ground on Liberty Park
- by One week after Roe v. Wade is overturned Southern Utahns take to the streets to protest for bodily autonomy. Read here to learn more.
- by A crowd of about 100 people gathered on St. George Blvd. on Friday in a local protest of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
- by A crowd of supporters was on hand Thursday as the Switchpoint Community Resource Center opened its new hydroponic vegetable garden.
- by Taking a step back to look at what has been a turbulent 2022 suggests there are still things to be optimistic about, writes Dan Wyson.
- by In the tightly contested District 72 GOP primary, Joseph Elison retook the lead over Willie Billings by fewer than 10 votes, close enough for a recount.
- by Updated numbers were released overnight for Republican primary election races for southwestern Utah, with one race flipping to the other candidate.
- by Early returns showed incumbents Mike Lee and Chris Stewart with large leads in the Republican Party primary election in Utah.
- by While the results could change as additional votes are counted, here are the initial results as of Tuesday evening.
- A fast-growing wildfire broke out late Sunday in Centerville. Winds and dry conditions are causing it to spread quickly.
- This holiday weekend, officers are tracking down safety problems on the water, including drunk boaters.
- When it comes to your family or personal budget concerns, recent economic news has certainly been gut-wrenching.
- New questions emerge almost a decade after researchers began tracking firefly sightings in Utah.
- The Left Fork Fire is now 100% contained, according to fire officials.
- A 20-year-old man is in critical condition after he was shot early Sunday near 1485 South Major Street in Salt Lake City.
- All eastbound lanes of I-80 are now open near Silver Creek and U.S. Highway 40 after a semitruck overturned Sunday afternoon.
- Did you miss Saturday's Stadium of Fire? Here are some photos to give you a front row seat to the fireworks and performances.
- Anti-abortion supporters gathered at the Utah Capitol this weekend to celebrate the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
- Firefighters passed out flyers Friday, reminding residents that fireworks are banned in portions of Salt Lake City.
The Salt Lake Tribune
- by Leia Larsen, Jordan MillerDepleted groundwater is straining — and, in some cases — halting development in the booming Ogden Valley and other places along the Wasatch Back.
- by Julie JagSalt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown emphasized that his department is taking action to make the Ballpark neighborhood safer after a 20-year-old man was sent to the hospital in critical condition after being shot in the area Sunday morning.
- by Julie JagTwo women and a 7-year-old girl were injured Saturday evening when an SUV crashed into a Famous Footwear store in Sugar House.
- by Sean P. MeansFireworks all around Utah, Regina Spektor in Sandy, and summer basketball at The Viv.
- by Daedan OlanderAround 1,000 people gathered on the front steps of the Utah Capitol to celebrate the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Organized just behind the anti-abortion throng, another group held a counter-rally, bearing signs and chanting in protest of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, which removed the constitutional right to […]
- by Julie JagThe Cassidy Arch at Capitol Reef National Park remains closed after flash floods tore through the area on June 23. Flash floods are a common issue at Utah's national parks, especially from July to September. Here's why they're actually good and how to avoid them.
- by Alixel Cabrera“We can’t assume that we’re just going to do a town hall and people are going to show up,” Midvale's Marcus Stevenson said. “We should be thinking of creative ways to engage with our community.”
- by Andy LarsenUtah keeps more descriptive and detailed statistics on abortions than you might have realized. Who is getting abortions, where are they most common, and when are they most common?
- by Kaitlyn BancroftCandlelight Villas is ‘housing first’ complex with 72 units built by primarily with philanthropic support
- by Lee BensonMegan Grass laughs while looking through her photos and videos of her at the Australia Zoo at home in Cottonwood Heights on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. Grass posted a TikTok video, that has gone viral, of her asking Robert Irwin, son of “The Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, for his number.Kristin […]
- by Lindsey HarperA Netflix logo is displayed on an iPhone in Philadelphia on July 17, 2017. Utah-based home improvement show “Dream Home Makeover” will return to Netflix for a third season.Matt Rourke, Associated Press It’s been over a year and a half since the last episode of the Utah-based home improvement show […]
- by Ashley FreddeAva Isom and Dr. Jackie Thompson pose for photos at an unveiling ceremony for a new mural featuring four Black women who lived and worked in the neighborhood in Richmond Park in Salt Lake City on Monday, June 27, 2022. Isom, 13, is dressed as 15-year-old Elnora M.J. Dudley, who […]
- by Art RaymondCash is fanned out from a wallet in North Andover, Mass., on June 15, 2018. Heading into the second half of 2022, it’s a good time to pause and check in on your financial life.Elise Amendola, Associated Press When it comes to your family or personal budget concerns, recent economic […]
- by Emily AshcraftUtah Supreme Court Justice Thomas Lee poses for a photo inside the Supreme Court at the Matheson Courthouse in Salt Lake City on Friday, June 10, 2022.Spenser Heaps, Deseret News Thomas Lee has always kept himself very busy.When he left a law firm in 1997 to work as a professor […]
- by Hanna SeariacPioneer Day reenactment of Latter-day Saint pioneers entering the Salt Lake Valley taken on July 24, 1912.Harry A. Keller, Wikimedia Commons Open up a Latter-day Saint hymnal and there will be a number of hymns that are sung to popular tunes. In part, this is due to the fact that […]
- by Readers' ForumProtesters chant during a rally for abortion rights at Washington Park in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, May 3, 2022.Mengshin Lin, Deseret News Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, how are our elected officials going to ensure children born are healthy and protected? Will they […]
- by Madison SelchoSava head of design April Teames Gantz, left, chief technical officer Meredith Von Feldt and chief executive officer Carolyn Allen pose for a portrait at The Startup Building, a co-working space they use, in Provo on Friday, July 1, 2022. Their app Sava aims to make dating safer.Kristin Murphy, Deseret News […]
- by Carter WilliamsRiley Warner stacks fireworks in preparation for the Fourth of July weekend at a Pyro City fireworks tent in West Valley City on Monday, June 27, 2022.Mengshin Lin, Deseret News It's illegal to light off personal fireworks in Utah for most of the year. That changes in July.Fireworks can legally […]
- by Art RaymondA “now hiring” sign is pictured at an Arby’s in Salt Lake City on Nov. 5, 2021. As record high U.S. inflation continues to have the most severe impacts on lower income individuals and families, new hourly minimum wage standards went into effect on Friday in 20 states, cities and […]
- The Western Athletic Conference announced on Friday that the league's Board of Directors voted to allow transitioning members Utah Tech University and Tarleton State University to participate in all conference championships, beginning with the upcoming 2022-23 competition season.
- The Dixie State University Athletic Department combined to post a 3.25 cumulative GPA among its 15 varsity sports for the 2021-22 academic year. This year's GPA included a 3.241 spring GPA, to go with last fall's 3.25 average, which marked the 10th-straight semester and the 15th semester in the last […]
- The Western Athletic Conference today announced the 2021-22 Academic All-WAC honorees for fall and winter sports and a total of 1,534 student-athletes across 12 sports were honored.
- Dixie State University President Dr. Richard B. Williams announced on Wednesday that Ken Beazer will become the permanent Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics.
- Dixie State University President Dr. Richard B. Williams announced the appointment of Ken Beazer as the Interim Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics on Friday morning. Beazer was selected to replace former Athletic Director Dr. Jason Boothe, who stepped down last week after serving in that capacity since 2010.
- With the impending transition to NCAA Division I status, we at Dixie State Athletics thought this would be a good time to reflect on some of the greatest moments of DSU's 14-year Division II era. Dixie State has experienced multiple individual and team conference championships and region titles, as well […]
- UPDATED – RMAC Suspends Spring Sports and Travel Until April 6, Remaining 2020 Dixie State Home Athletics Events Closed to SpectatorsThe Dixie State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in accordance to direction from the NCAA COVID-19 Advisory Panel, announced on Thursday that attendance to all remaining Trailblazer home athletic events for the 2020 spring season will closed to the public until further notice.
- This page will list the newest members of the Dixie State Trailblazers as faxes are received and officially approved by the Dixie State Compliance Office. Per NCAA and department rules, DSU Athletics will announce a signee when the program has received and Compliance has verified the signee's National Letter of […]
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- ‘It’s about individual safety right now’: Former Utah AD Chris Hill gives perspective on the program’s future amid conference realignmentby Kevin ReynoldsStay in the Pac-12? Make a play for the Big Ten? Or head over to the Big 12? Every option is on the table for the Utes, and Chris Hill gives his take.
- by Eric WaldenThe Utah Jazz are trading three-time Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert to the Minnesota Timberwolves for a haul of five players, four first-round draft picks, and a pick swap.
Art and Living Utah
- by Palak JayswalTim McGraw kicked off a weekend of pride, fireworks and celebration in Provo.
- by Palak JayswalUtah teen turns entrepreneur, and digital artist, to raise money to end bullying
- by Palak JayswalUtahn makes a U.S. map, from wood from 50 state trees, for TikTok
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