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Jon Huntsman Confirmed As Russia Ambassador

September 29, 2017
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(Washington, DC) Former Utah Governor John Huntsman is heading to Moscow.  The Senate confirmed Huntsman yesterday as the new ambassador to Russia in a vote that did not have a single objection.  Huntsman previously served as the ambassador to China under former President Obama from 2009 to 2011.  He was also the ambassador to Singapore...

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Woman Hit, Killed By Two Cars In Kearns

September 28, 2017
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(Kearns, UT) Unified police are investigating the death of a woman hit by two cars in Kearns.  Investigators say the unidentified 43 year old was not in a crosswalk on 5400 South when she was hit by two cars early yesterday morning.  Investigators say she was wearing dark clothes at the time.  Both drivers stopped...

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UTA App Lets You Pay Fares

September 27, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)   Mass transit riders can now pay fares through their smartphones.  UTA officials say a new app allows you to buy and keep tickets for TRAX, streetcars and the bus on your phone.  Officials say the app has other features that make it an-around helpful trip planner. 

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Head over to EUCCU for their Member Appreciation BBQ

September 26, 2017
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Head over to EUCCU for their Member Appreciation BBQ

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Press Release: Looking for a Dream Job in the Mountain? Utah Ski Resorts are Hiring

September 26, 2017
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Press Release: Looking for a Dream Job in the Mountain? Utah Ski Resorts are Hiring

(Credit: Ski Utah I Cherry Peak Resort) SALT LAKE CITY, UT (September 26, 2017) – Utah ski resorts are currently working to fill their seasonal rosters by offering extensive employee perks and the ability to ski and/or ride The Greatest Snow on Earth all season long. “Seasonal winter employment at any of Utah’s resorts...

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Angels Landing Trail Closing For Maintenance

September 25, 2017
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(Zion National Park, UT) If you’ve been thinking about going for a hike on the Angels Landing Trail, you better get it in soon.  Zion National Park will be closing the trail starting next Monday to do routine maintenance like reshaping steps and replacing guideposts.  That work will last about a week.  Crews are...

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Small Quake Hits Near Monroe

September 25, 2017
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(Monroe, UT)  No damage is reported from a small earthquake near Monroe.  The United States Geological Survey reports the 3.4 magnitude tremor hit late Saturday night just a few miles southeast of the city.  People living in Monroe, Richfield and Joseph reported feeling the shaking.  Saint George News reports about 20 earthquakes have occurred...

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Salt Lake Lawyer Continues Jeopardy Reign

September 22, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) A Salt Lake City attorney continues her reign on the show “Jeopardy.”  Betsy Knudson won her third game last night after correctly identifying the character Wolverine in a comic book question.  It brought her show winnings so far past 61 thousand dollars.  She competes again tonight at 6:30, aired on KJZZ. 

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Pipe burst Causes I-215 Mudslide

September 22, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  No accidents are reported, or water service interrupted from a pipe burst that has sent muddy pools of water across I-215 near Wasatch Boulevard.  UDOT says the burst sent a significant amount of mud down the hillside at 2900 South just after 11 this morning.  Traffic was backed up for...

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Dick Van Dyke Cancels Cancellations!

September 22, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) Apparently, Dick Van Dyke is feeling better. Salt Lake City Comic Con fans received good news today as Van Dyke announced his panel and photo ops are back on.  Wednesday the 91 year old issued a statement blaming the cancellations on poor health, but today he’s posing for pictures.

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