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With Colder Temps, More Cars Being Stolen

December 21, 2016
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  More cars are being stolen now that it’s getting colder outside.  Salt Lake City police say they get several reports of cars being stolen while they are left running unattended.  Officers say even if you can lock the car while it’s running, someone could quickly break a window and...

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Elaborate Heist At Photo Shop

December 21, 2016
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(Sandy, UT)  —  Sandy police say an elaborate heist seems to be right out of a movie.  The owner of Pixels Foto and Frame says thieves cut a hole in the roof of his shop and came down from ropes.  He says they were careful not to set off any motion sensors and didn’t...

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Biggest Mormon Mission Coming To SLC

December 20, 2016
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(Salt Lake City, UT) — The biggest Mormon mission ever is coming to Salt Lake City. The new Utah Salt Lake City Headquarters Mission will include about 12-hundred missionaries. These volunteers will include men, women, retired couples, and service missionaries. They will wear the trademark name tags, suits, and dresses, but won’t necessarily be...

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Former Recipient Of School Lunch Subsidies Pays Off School Lunch Debt

December 20, 2016
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(Layton, UT) — A Layton man who used to get assistance with school lunch is paying it forward. Damon Burton donated $2,000 to cover outstanding lunch balances at Davis School District’s Title 1 schools. The Layton-based website developer says he paid off the balances after realizing he wanted to give back. Burton’s donation is reportedly...

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Man Sentenced For Securities Fraud

December 16, 2016
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A Nephi business man is ordered to serve more than eight years in prison and to pay more than eight-million dollars in restitution for securities fraud.  A federal judge yesterday also had Tom Andrews taken into custody on the spot after his sentencing hearing.  Andrews admitted to conning close...

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Couple Killed In Fire

December 16, 2016
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(Woods Cross, UT)  —  A man and woman in Woods Cross are dead from a fire started by Christmas lights.  Police identify 77-year-old Gary Meacham and 74-year-old Melba Meacham as the victims in the blaze on South Sorrento Drive.  They say it happened sometime after 10 last night.  They suspect the couple tried to...

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Police Searching For Missing Woman

December 16, 2016
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(St. George, UT)  —  Police in St. George are looking for a 25-year-old woman who disappeared earlier this month.  The St. George Police Department says Cecilia Soto was last seen on December 6th.  Police think she might be with her boyfriend, Geovani Gomez, in the St. George area.  Soto is described as 5`3, with...

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Update: Fatal Plane Crash in Moab

December 13, 2016
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Press Release from Grand County Sheriff’s Office: The Grand County Sheriff’s office has released the name of the pilot that was killed in the airplane crash yesterday, December 12, 2016, near the Canyonlands Airport.  The pilot has been identified as Donald Kim Ruble, Age 65, of Moab, Utah.  Ruble was the pilot of the...

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Fatal Plane Crash in Moab

December 12, 2016
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Fatal Plane Crash in Moab

(Moab)  Early this morning at 5:48 AM a plane owned by Redtail Aviation hit a high tension power line in a fatal accident.  One fatality was reported and his name is being withheld pending family notification.  Here at KCYN we want to send our thoughts and prayers to his family.  We will bring you more about this story...

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Activists Call On Biskupski To Do More For Homeless

December 12, 2016
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A group of advocates for the homeless is calling on Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski to do more to support emergency shelters this winter.  At an event in front of the mayor’s office Friday, activists said current shelters are full and accused the city of lacking a plan...

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