Local News

Court Rules In Favor Of Prairie Dogs

August 31, 2017
By

(Iron County, UT) Southern Utah prairie dogs are the winners in a recent federal court decision.  A judge this week ruled against a group called “The People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners,” suing the government over prairie dog protections.  The group was suing to take action against the protected species if the...

Read more »

Woman Arrested For Trying To Hire Hit Man

August 31, 2017
By

(Provo, UT) A woman arrested in Provo is accused of conspiring to kill the father of her children.  Police say Cindy Riggins asked a friend to help her find a hit man, and offered money and methamphetamine for payment.  She’s held in the Utah County Jail on a charge of criminal conspiracy.  

Read more »

Harvey Woes Adding To Holiday Gas Prices

August 31, 2017
By

(Salt Lake City, UT) Hurricane Harvey woes will add to the climb in Utah gas prices over the holiday weekend.  AAA says demand along with disruption in the Gulf will cause a spike of five to 15 cents a gallon in Utah through the next week.  The average price yesterday in the state was $2.61...

Read more »

Woman Burned In Industrial Spill

August 31, 2017
By

(Salt Lake City, UT) A woman is recovering from chemical burns while working in an industrial plant.  Salt Lake City fire officials say powerful lye soap spilled onto the worker at the White Wave food processing plant at around two this morning.  They say it happened when the plant’s cleaning system sprung a leak,...

Read more »

UHP Adding DUI Patrols This Weekend

August 31, 2017
By

(Salt Lake City, UT) Utah Highway Patrol is adding patrols to look for drunken drivers over Labor Day weekend.  Multiple police agencies are participating in a DUI-enforcement campaign that is involving participation from some bars that are offering promotions for designated drivers.  UHP says Labor Day weekend has had the third-highest percentage of alcohol-suspected...

Read more »

Voting By Mail Boosts Turnout

August 31, 2017
By

(Salt Lake City, UT) Voting by mail is boosting turnout for primary voting in Salt Lake County.  State elections officials say primary voting in Utah’s 3rd Congressional District saw a 40% turnout of registered Republicans.  Emery and Carbon counties did not vote by mail and saw 26 and 29% turnout, respectively. 

Read more »

DRINKING WATER CONTAMINATION ORDER ***EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY***

August 31, 2017
By
DRINKING WATER CONTAMINATION ORDER ***EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY***

***EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY*** City and Southeast Utah Health Department issue ‘bottled water only’ order in some Westside neighborhoods The City of Moab, in conjunction with the Southeast Utah Health Department, has issued a notice of potentially contaminated water and put into effect a “bottled water only” order in some neighborhoods on Moab’s west side. The...

Read more »

Man Injured In Motorcycle Hit-And-Run

August 30, 2017
By

(Salt Lake City, UT) A man is critically injured after being hit by a motorcycle in South Salt Lake.  Police cite witnesses who say the motorcyclist hit the victim and didn’t stop at 3300 South and 900 West at around midnight.  Police say they only know the male driver was riding a bullet-style motorcycle.  

Read more »

Pedestrian Killed On Exit Ramp

August 30, 2017
By

(Salt Lake City, UT) A pedestrian is dead after getting hit on the I-15 northbound exit at 600 South.  Police say the woman was hit crossing the street by a vehicle exiting the freeway at around 6:30 this morning.  She was pronounced dead at the scene. 

Read more »

Students Hurt By Exploding Device

August 29, 2017
By

(Taylorsville, UT) At least four Taylorsville High School students have minor injuries from an explosion of an electric device in a student’s backpack.  The students were treated and sent back to class after the incident this morning.  Officials haven’t said what the device was.  

Read more »

Stream is only active during Red Devil Sports Broadcasts

THIS STREAM IS SPONSORED BY: