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UHP To Increase Presence On Easter Weekend

April 14, 2017
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(State of UT)  —  The Utah Highway Patrol will have more troopers out on the road for Easter weekend.  The UHP is stepping up enforcement efforts today by putting more than a hundred extra officers in place around Utah.  A spokesman for the highway patrol says most of the troopers’ attention will be on DUI...

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Utah Economic Summit Today

April 14, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Business leaders, educators and politicians from around the state are joining forces to discuss Utah’s current and future economic needs.  The 11th annual Utah Economic Summit will be held today at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.  Governor Gary Herbert will host the event and give a...

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Strong Winds Impact SLC Flights, Leave Thousands Without Power

April 14, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Hundreds of people are waiting for electricity to be restored after strong winds knocked out power in several communities.  Yesterday’s outage affected thousands of Rocky Mountain Power customers in Salt Lake County.  The company says electricity to most homes and businesses should be restored this morning.  The winds also...

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Teen Shoots Intruder, Mom During Break-In

April 13, 2017
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(Syracuse, UT)  —  A woman and a teenage intruder are injured in an alleged home invasion in Syracuse from gunshots fired by the woman’s son.  Syracuse police say officers responded to a 9-1-1 call regarding gunshots at a house last night where the incident occurred.  They say it appears a 17 year old living at...

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Recapture Canyon Not Opening To ATVs

April 11, 2017
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(San Juan County, UT)  —  The BLM is not re-opening San Juan County’s Recapture Canyon to motorized vehicles.  The conclusion of a review that’s taken more than a decade does agree to open a stretch of routes of close to seven miles on the rim of the canyon just east of Blanding.  The area...

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Deputy Falls Ill From Tear Gas Along Highway

April 10, 2017
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(Carbon County, UT)  —  Officials in Carbon County are trying to determine where a tear gas component along U.S. Highway 6 came from.  A deputy who was moving debris off the road in the area of Spring Glenn yesterday fell ill and authorities later determined it was due to Cholobenzalmalononitrile CS gas, which is what...

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PRESS RELEASE:BFGoodrich Tires Garage Offers Easter Jeep Safari Attendees Space to Work

April 7, 2017
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BFGoodrich Tires™ is excited to offer Easter Jeep Safari attendees the space to work on their vehicle at the BFGoodrich Tires Garage located at Grand Tire Pros, 312 N Main St, Moab.  Open Monday April 10th to Friday April 14th there will be tools and support available from 7:30am to 8pm, except Friday, which...

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PBR Returns To Tuachan

April 7, 2017
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(Ivins, UT)  —  The best bull riders in the world will be at the Tuachan Amphitheater today and tomorrow.  The Professional Bull Riders tour makes its return to the amphitheater for the fourth straight year, according to The Spectrum.  There are still some tickets left available online for the two day event.  PBR is expecting...

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Two Injured In Little Cottonwood Canyon

April 6, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Two people are injured after a fall in Little Cottonwood Canyon.  Unified police say a 42 Year old man and 25 year woman were rescued from the Lisa Falls area some time after midnight last night.  Rescuers weren’t sure if they were hiking or climbing.  They say the woman was hospitalized in...

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UT Dams Performing Balancing Act

April 6, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Dams in northern Utah are in flood control mode while trying to handle a huge volume of snowmelt.  Water control managers say they’re trying to release just enough to contain snowmelt water without flooding communities downstream.  Managers in the Monte Cristo area say water from snowpack flowing into the...

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