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  • by Jessi Bang
    ST. 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 Richards
    CEDAR 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 Burgess
    WASHINGTON 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 Bang
    ST. 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 Blowers
    ST. 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 Bang
    ST. 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 Kessler
    ST. 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 Dayton
    ST. 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 Teare
    ST. 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 […]
  • by Chris Reed
    ST. 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 […]

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  • by Lee Benson
    Megan 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 Harper
    A 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 Fredde
    Ava 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 Raymond
    Cash 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 Ashcraft
    Utah 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 Seariac
    Pioneer 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' Forum
    Protesters 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 Selcho
    Sava 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 Williams
    Riley 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 Raymond
    A “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 […]

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