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- CEDAR CITY — A wildland brush fire just north of the Iron County town of Summit burned more than 50 acres Monday evening. The blaze, which was first reported shortly before 6 p.m., resulted in a coordinated response by multiple agencies and fire departments, Utah County Fire Warden Ryan Riddle […]
- ST. GEORGE — Fire personnel from the Santa Clara-Ivins Fire Department responded to a brush fire off Lava Cove Drive in Santa Clara Monday afternoon. Assistant fire chief Tyrel Hansen said they received a page around 1:18 p.m. of a brush fire around an acre in size in the Desert […]
- September 14, 1924 — July 2, 2020 Andrew Hales Barnum, 95, passed away on July 2, 2020. Andrew was born Sept. 14, 1924, in Mesquite, Nevada, to Charles Andrew and Jennie (Hughes) Barnum. He was the eighth of nine children. On May 19, 1944, He married Delsey Verna Miles (Woodbury) […]
- ST. GEORGE — A traffic stop of a vehicle reportedly driving erratically on Interstate 15 in Mohave County, Arizona, turned into a nearly hour-long pursuit, an assault on a deputy and a 100-foot tumble down a ravine that ultimately ended in the arrest of a Colorado couple Sunday night. Shortly […]
- SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Spencer Cox won the Republican nomination for Utah governor on Monday, as the lieutenant governor successfully staved off a comeback attempt by former U.S. Ambassador Jon Huntsman Jr. Cox’s primary win gives him a heavy advantage in the conservative state’s general election in November. The […]
- Man who says his son may have died from COVID-19 joins others in asking City Council to hold Peach DaysHURRICANE — Following a heated discourse between the public and the Hurricane City Council Thursday evening, the council decided to table their decision on whether to hold Peach Days for two weeks. On average, Peach Days brings in some 20,000 to 30,000 people to walk the street, enjoy live entertainment, […]
- OPINION — This is a rebuttal to the “Finishing off ‘Dixie’ in 2020” opinion piece published on St. George News July 1. I keep hearing people say that by removing monuments and changing names of various facilities is the equivalent of “erasing history.” If you believe this, I have a […]
- CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — When a patient visits a doctor’s office, often one of the first points of contact is the physician assistant. These highly trained medical professionals go through extensive schooling and training rotations in order to properly care for the patients they see. For Desert Pain Specialists, finding the […]
- ST. GEORGE — Police are investigating a possible homicide that took place at an apartment complex in St. George after the manager of a restaurant contacted authorities to conduct a welfare check on an employee who failed to show up for his shift – a first for the veteran cook. […]
- CEDAR CITY — More than two years have passed since authorities started charging admission for people to experience Kanarra Falls, yet the hike remains one of the area’s most popular attractions. Recently, the Iron County Commission gave more control to the town of Kanarraville to manage the hike. According to […]
- Health officials announced another 41 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents of southwestern Utah on Monday.
- On Monday, the "Mangum Fire" was 88% contained, a huge jump over the weekend as crews grab a handle on the blaze.
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- Across the U.S. and in Europe, researchers say they can track the course of a community outbreak of the new coronavirus by studying human waste.
- Fire crews were rushing to battle a brush fire late Sunday on the north side of the cinder cone south of Veyo.
- Southwestern Utah counted its 13th death attributed to COVID-19 on Sunday. The region counted 29 new confirmed cases as the state approached 25,000.
- July 4 fireworks sparked brush fires in and around St. George on Saturday
- Southwest Utah nearly added 200 cases before the Fourth of July weekend, prompting another warning from the state health department.
- A new strain of the novel coronavirus is rapidly spreading from Europe to the US. According to Business Insider, a new study says the virus is more infectious than its predecessor but is not making people any sicker than before. According to Business Insider, researchers call the new strain G614 […]
- Family and friends of inmates at Purgatory Correctional Facility in Hurricane shared testimonies and held a vigil to protest health conditions
- The Jordan School Board unanimously approved a motion Monday that would bring students back to school for in-person classes Monday through Thursday.
- Here are the latest updates on COVID-19 from Utah and around the world.
- University of Utah researchers discover COVID-19's impact on blood can lead to clots, heart attack, strokeUniversity of Utah researchers said they have made an important discovery about how COVID-19 affects the blood of infected patients, potentially leading to strokes and heart attacks.
- The Fourth of July was a success for firefighters in the Salt Lake Valley, reporting few firework-related fires. But across the state, it’s a different story, and the threat of more fires with dry weather has firefighters anxious.
- Wildfire updates: Knolls Fire closure order rescinded; 54-acre Summit Fire in Iron County 75% containedHere are the latest updates on wildfires currently burning in Utah.
- A registered sex offender who had a permanent stalking injunction filed against him by the family of a teen girl now faces numerous charges for sexually abusing the girl, according to prosecutors.
- One of the two men police say pointed guns at a motorist during a protest in Provo last week has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly firing into the moving vehicle.
- Calling his crimes “a mother’s worst nightmare,” a judge on Monday sentenced a parolee to at least 20 years and up to life in the kidnapping and sexual assault of a girl who was walking home from school when he forced her into his car at knifepoint in January.
- Cox said former Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. conceded the race in what he described in a tweet as a “gracious call.”
- With the Associated Press declaring him as winner of the GOP primary for the 1st Congressional District, businessman Blake Moore is ready for a Democratic challenger.
The Salt Lake Tribune
- Lin-Manuel Miranda is Alexander Hamilton and Leslie Odom Jr. is Aaron Burr in “Hamilton,” which is now available on Disney Plus. | Disney Plus Media Relations Deseret News reporters Lottie Johnson and Sarah Harris saw the touring production of “Hamilton” when it came to Salt Lake City in 2018. They […]
- University of Utah Health’s Dakota Silva, left, and Ashley Cameron work together as they test people for COVID-19 during the University of Utah’s Wellness Bus drive-thru testing event at Centennial Park in West Valley City on Monday, July 6, 2020. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Once […]
- Traffic moves along I-15 in South Salt Lake on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News BOUNTIFUL — An outdoor advertising company in northern Utah is working to fix a billboard that was recently vandalized, the second such event to occur in the Salt Lake Valley this week. […]
- Edwin Fong Carrillo, 40, of Salt Lake City, was arrested early Friday, June 26, 2020, for investigation of murder in connection with a fatal shooting in West Valley on Monday. | Salt Lake County Jail SALT LAKE CITY — A man accused of shooting and killing a former co-worker at […]
- Creed Cole Lujan | Salt Lake County Jail Creed Cole Lujan was a stranger to the girl SALT LAKE CITY — Calling his crimes “a mother’s worst nightmare,” a judge on Monday sentenced a parolee to at least 20 years and up to life in the kidnapping and sexual assault […]
- Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, and his wife, Abby, greet supporters as they arrive at his election night event at the Basin Drive-In Theatre in Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete County, on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Cox is running for the GOP nomination for governor. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News Former Gov. Jon […]
- Dean Cardinale, of World Wide Trekking, packs snacks for his clients who will be touring southern Utah at his office in Midvale on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Cardinale will be guiding a family of four from Denver through Utah’s five national parks for a week. | Laura Seitz, Deseret News […]
- The Westminster College in Salt Lake City is pictured on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News While most of the businesses approved for help through the federal Paycheck Protection Program got less than $150,000, hundreds of Utah companies received multimillion-dollar packages. SALT LAKE CITY — Newly disclosed […]
- Adobe Stock SALT LAKE CITY — The extended deadline to file for state and federal taxes is rapidly approaching with filings due next week, with IRS data suggesting there are still a significant number of returns still outstanding. Taxpayers must file their taxes by July 15 unless they have been […]
- French Ambassador Gérard Araud answers students’ questions in French at Oak Hollow Elementary, a French-English dual language immersion school, in Draper on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015. | Kristin Murphy Utah’s Republican and Democrat representatives pen letter to urge relief for Utah schools that need international educators SALT LAKE CITY — […]
- Dixie State University officially began its transition to NCAA Division I status and joined the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) as the league's eighth full member on Wednesday.
- The Dixie State University Athletic Department posted an NCAA-era record high 3.385 cumulative grade-point average among its 15 varsity sports for the 2019-20 academic year. This year's cumulative GPA included a department semester-record 3.525 GPA posted this past spring, which marked the sixth-straight semester and the 11th semester in the […]
- 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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