Flash Flood Watch Over, Heavy Rains Still Possible

July 20, 2017
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A flash flood watch has expired but forecasters warn heavy downpours are still possible today. The National Weather Service says thundershowers are a possibility, mainly after noon for southern Utah. Forecasters warn that heavy rains could be produced by some of the showers, though no flash flood watch has been issued like yesterday. At...

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UT Poison Control Fields Utah Lake Algal Bloom Calls

July 19, 2017
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(Utah County, UT) The Utah Poison Control Center is responding to dozens of calls from people claiming they’ve been exposed to an algal bloom in Utah Lake. Officials say a bloom spotted in Provo Bay last month has spread to most of the lake. Health officials say they’ve issued a warning. They say toxins...

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Ex-Carbon County Official Admits To Embezzling Grant Money

July 19, 2017
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(Carbon County, UT) A former Carbon County emergency services director faces up to three years in prison after admitting to taking public money. Jason Thomas Llewelyn pleaded guilty in federal court last week to a felony charge in connection with using a county credit card for personal purchases. Prosecutors say he charged thousands of...

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Flash Flood Watch In Effect For Southern Utah

July 19, 2017
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A flash flood watch is in effect through midnight as thunderstorms are expected to drop heavy rain across southern Utah. The National Weather Service says the storms will roll through the area starting in the late morning and lasting into the late evening hours. Forecasters warn that areas that have been burned by wildfires,...

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Mother Admits To Starving Child, Leaving Him In Feces-Covered Bathroom

July 19, 2017
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(Toquerville, UT) Sentencing is set for August 28th for a mother who admitted to three charges of felony child abuse. Investigators say Brandy Jaynes locked her 12 year old son in a feces-covered bathroom in her Toquerville home before he was discovered there by his father this past January. The boy was taken to...

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Costs To Fight Brian Head Fire Hit $34 Million

July 19, 2017
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(Brian Head, UT) The costs to fight the nearly contained Brian Head Fire will hit about 34 million dollars. The Deseret News reports the state and Federal Emergency Management Agency will be picking up the tab to battle the blaze instead of Iron County. Regular helicopter patrols will still fly over the fire once...

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