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  • by David Dudley
    ST. GEORGE — Before Rep. Angela Romero brought House Bill 95, which aims to bring Utah state prisons into compliance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003, to this year’s Legislature, Utah and Arkansas were the only two states in the U.S. who refused to participate in the federal […]
  • by Rich Allen
    ST. GEORGE — A local volleyball club is providing players from inside and out of Southern Utah an opportunity to play the game during a time when such opportunities are scarce. Through the Southern Utah Volleyball League, 435 Elite volleyball is hosting bi-monthly youth tournaments, ranging in age from 12u to […]
  • by Chris Reed
    MESQUITE — It is an unmistakable sight for any American. The heads of Mount Rushmore, with the faces of four American presidents looking down upon… Lower Flat Top Drive in Mesquite, Nevada.  This Mount Rushmore, with heads just a little larger than the typical human head, does not come close […]
  • by Hollie Stark
    ST. GEORGE — Years ago, if you were to ask Southern Utah resident and United States Army combat veteran Brian Lloyd if he ever imagined he would have a normal life, he would have laughed in your face. But today, he is a husband and father of five on a […]
  • by Kat Dayton
    FEATURE — My father-in-law was known for his tight haircuts, his chirping-bird whistle, his love of BYU football, his impeccable yard, his ability to pick out the very best watermelons … and his terrible sloppy joes.  Not that any of us ever really complained to him about the sloppy joes.  […]
  • by Megan Webber
    ST. GEORGE — A Dixie Technical College student will be the first woman to graduate from the school’s diesel mechanic program this June.  Apple Valley native Lydia Farnsworth, 19, will complete the two-year program after graduating early from Hurricane High School and stacking up work hours at Parke Cox Trucking […]
  • by Jeff Richards
    CEDAR CITY — A 24-year-old Las Vegas man was arrested in Cedar City Friday after vehicle catalytic converters and other stolen merchandise were allegedly found in his possession. Edgar Gonzalez Carabes, Jr. was booked into Iron County Jail Friday afternoon on suspicion of theft, receiving stolen property and criminal mischief.  Earlier […]
  • by Rich Allen
    ST. GEORGE — An up-and-down first half tipped in Dixie State’s favor to give the Trailblazers their first win in Division I in their flagship sport, topping Tarleton on the road 26-14. It was not only the program’s first game in the lower division of Division I, but the team’s first […]
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    SALT LAKE CITY — A bill that would lift COVID-19 heath restrictions in Utah has now become the subject of negotiations between the legislature, the governor’s office and Utah’s Department of Health. As a hearing was getting under way on Friday for the Pandemic Emergency Powers Amendments, HB 294, Rep. […]
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    CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — We have all heard a horror story – or two – about an executor who made life miserable for the heirs. If a movie were made about an executor gone bad, the tagline might read: “Executor Spites Sister by Withholding Money,” “Executor Hides the Will,” “Executor Acts […]

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  • by Wendy Leonard
    Mark Jorgensen, who never experienced COVID-19 symptoms, was admitted at Intermountain Medical Center’s special high-level isolation unit on Feb. 28, 2020, after the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention requested the transfer from a hospital in California. On Sunday, he spoke about being Utah’s first coronavirus patient. | […]
  • by John Hollenhorst
    Department of Natural Resources paleontologists Don DeBlieux, left, and James Kirkland look at a giant rock encased in plaster and burlap that is full of dinosaur bones at the Department of Natural Resources office in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. The fossils were discovered in the Cedar Mountain formation […]
  • by Art Raymond
    The Capitol in Salt Lake City is pictured on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021. | Scott G Winterton, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — A handful of personal privacy bills are finding broad support from Utah lawmakers this legislative session, but a few of the bills still have a ways to […]
  • by Wendy Leonard
    Utah has seen 371,235 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 1,935 total deaths as of Sunday, according to the Utah Department of Health. That’s an increase of 465 cases from Saturday. Six additional deaths were reported. Here are the latest numbers. Total number of COVID-19 cases: 371,235 Total reported people tested: […]
  • by Mitch Wilkinson
    A Utah Highway Patrol vehicle in Salt Lake City is pictured on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News TOOELE — An 18-year-old man died when the pickup truck he was driving crossed into oncoming traffic in snowy conditions Saturday night, the Utah Highway Patrol reported. According to […]
  • by Jasen Lee
    Danielle Rowe does daughter Laila’s hair as her husband, Julius, helps their sons Malik, left, and Julius Jr., who is sitting behind his mother, with their schoolwork at their home in Murray on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News Danielle Rowe’s life has always been a little […]
  • by Lisa Riley Roche
    International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, left, shakes hands with Australian Olympic Committee President John Coates at the AOC annual general meeting in Sydney on May 4, 2019. The IOC named Brisbane, Australia, its preferred bid for the 2032 Summer Games on Wednesday. | Rick Rycroft, Associated Press SALT LAKE […]
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    A construction worker climbs a ladder to safety after crews from Unified Fire’s Heavy Rescue Company worked to free him when dirt and rock trapped him in a trench for nearly three hours in Riverton on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021. | Scott G Winterton, Deseret News A construction worker climbs […]
  • by Wendy Leonard
    Christopher Benassi and Pollyanna McNeil receive COVID-19 tests at the Utah State Fairpark in Salt Lake City on Friday, Feb. 26, 2021. Coronavirus cases in Utah continue to decline as vaccination numbers increase. | Scott G Winterton, Deseret News 686 new cases, 22 new deaths reported on Saturday SALT LAKE […]
  • by Wendy Leonard
    Keith Justin Taylor, 44, of Provo | Utah County Jail PROVO — Police released the name of the man who allegedly shot at them from his apartment on Thursday. Keith Justin Taylor, 44, of Provo, was booked into the Utah County Jail on Saturday after being treated at a hospital […]


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