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UT Ranks 7th For Children’s Well Being

June 19, 2017
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(Utah)– A new report ranks Utah seventh overall for child well-being. The Kids Count study from the Annie E. Casey Foundation is based on 2015 statistics for things like children economic well-being, education, and family and community influences. The report says the number of children without health insurance dropped from 11% to 7% percent...

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Brian Head Fire Burns Nearly 1,000 Acres, Town Evacuated

June 19, 2017
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(Brian Head, UT) — A fire burning near the town of Brian Head has scorched nearly a thousand acres. Fire officials didn’t provide an exact estimate for how much acreage the fire had consumed yesterday but say they know it’s likely more than the 957 acres that had been burned as of Saturday night....

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Excessive Heat Watch Out For SE UT Starting Monday

June 18, 2017
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(Moab, UT) — An Excessive Heat Watch is going to be in effect this next week for Southeast Utah. National Weather Service forecasters want people to be extremely careful when outside starting Monday because temperatures could hit 115 degrees. Meteorologists also say humidity is a concern as well. People are advised to drink plenty...

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Cedar City UFO Festival Set For This Weekend

June 13, 2017
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(Cedar City, UT) – The second-annual Utah UFO Festival is returning to the Cedar City area. The festival kicks off Friday at Three Peaks Recreation area. Organizers are expecting about 500 people for the 2 day event where people talk about UFO encounters and hear from experts in the field. There will also be...

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UHP Making More Meth, Fewer Heroin And Cocaine Busts

June 13, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) — The Utah Highway Patrol is arresting more people trying to smuggle meth by driving it through the state. The UHP says it has seized over 300 pounds of meth so far this year, an increase of 31-percent over the same period last year. Investigators feel the increase is due...

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Zinke Recommends Shrinking Bears Ears Monument Boundaries

June 13, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) — U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke Zinke is recommending shrinking boundaries of the Bears Ears National Monument. Zinke made his recommendation yesterday in a memo sent to President Donald Trump. Zinke said the National Monument designation given by former President Barack Obama fell outside the scope of the Antiquities Act....

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High Winds Topple Semis

June 12, 2017
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(Tooele, UT)-Wind gusts are responsible for tipping over four semi-trucks in Tooele County. U-DOT closed I-80 in both directions near Skull Valley and Dugway just before 11:00 this morning because of the crashes. Authorities have advised anyone with high-profile vehicles there to delay trips until the winds calm down.

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Fire In Beaver County Closes Road, Causes Pre-Evacuation Warnings

June 12, 2017
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(Beaver, UT)-State Route 153 in Beaver County is back open as firefighters work to put out a wildfire in the Fishlake National Forest. The 15 acre fire in Beaver Canyon forced the U.S. Forest Service to clear campers from the Little Reservoir Campground yesterday. People living in at least two neighborhoods near the fire...

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Wildfire Started By Target Shooters

June 12, 2017
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(Saratoga Springs, UT) — A wildfire burning near Saratoga Springs is said to be close to contained. Firefighters believe the fire burning above Lake Mountain Estates was ignited by target shooting. They say it’s burned more than 200 acres.

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Zinke Presenting Monument Suggestions To Trump

June 12, 2017
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(Washington, DC)- Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is expected today to present his suggestions for possible changes to the Bears Ears National Monument. President Trump asked Zinke to review monuments established since 1996, which includes rescinding, or shrinking the size of the monument in southeastern Utah. Several media outlets report Zinke will likely recommend shrinking...

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