Man dies in Utah hospital after massive 30-vehicle crash in southern Idaho
A 66-year-old man has died in a Utah hospital after he was injured in a massive 30-vehicle crash in southern Idaho.
Controversy Arises as LDS Female Relief Society Leaders are Removed from Stand During Sunday Services
Discover the controversy brewing in San Francisco Bay Area LDS congregations as female Relief Society leaders are ordered off the stand during Sunday services. This abrupt change in a long-standing tradition has sparked questions and a letter-writing campaign to Church headquarters.
Utah Braces for Major Winter Storm and Anticipated Air Quality Improvement
Utah residents are bracing themselves for a significant winter storm that is set to sweep through the region, starting on Friday morning and continuing until Saturday morning, with additional snowfall forecasted for Sunday. The storm promises to deliver a blanket of 2-4 inches of snow to valley areas, while mountainous regions are gearing up for a more substantial covering of 1-2 feet. The Cottonwood canyons could receive an even more impressive total of up to 40 inches, with bench areas expecting 1-8 inches of snow accumulation.
Warnings, advisories issued as ‘significant’ winter storms heads toward Utah
SALT LAKE CITY — Federal forecasters issued a series of winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories across Utah on Thursday, ahead of a “significant” winter storm with the potential to dump more than 2 feet of snow in the mountains this weekend. The Wasatch Mountains and...
Utah man determined to return to outdoor activities after hunting incident results in leg amputation
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A 20-year-old Utah man, Hunter Rasmussen, is recovering after a hunting incident the day before Thanksgiving that led to the loss of part of his leg. "He’s always been a kid that’s loved the outdoors," said his father, Brigg Rasmussen, who said Hunter loves living an active lifestyle in sports and outdoor activities.
Utah Community Devastated by Black Friday Car Accident Claiming Lives of Young Newlywed and Local Man
A joyous holiday season turned tragic for a Utah community as a catastrophic car accident on Black Friday claimed the lives of 21-year-old newlywed Kelsie Remington and 37-year-old Poul Larsen. The young couple's dreams were cut short when Kelsie and her husband, Chase Tingen, were involved in a collision with Larsen's Dodge Ram, which slid on an icy road and struck their Honda Accord. The poor weather conditions and a winter advisory warning had transformed the roads into treacherous paths, which ultimately led to the devastating event.
Utahns could wake up to snow Fri. a.m.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 30, 2023 (Gephardt Daily) — With a winter storm lurking, Utah officials Thursday afternoon were forecasting snow on both sides of the Wasatch Front statewide Friday morning. The Utah Department of Transportation and Utah Department of Commerce are posting the same message on social...
Weather alerts issued as weekend storms look to bring mountain, valley snow
A big change in the Utah weather pattern is here! A series of storms is prompting several winter alerts including a winter storm warning and a winter weather advisory for various parts of the state.
Utah Family Honors Late Daughter's Life, Offers Forgiveness to Unknown Hit-and-Run Driver
On the anniversary of Isabelle Parr's tragic passing, her family remembers the vibrant 21-year-old UVU student and offers forgiveness to the unknown driver involved in the hit and run. The family finds solace in their faith, cherishing Isabelle's memory and celebrating her life.
Student Assaults Teacher and Administrators in Kearns High School Classroom
• A 14-year-old student at Kearns High School in Utah was taken into juvenile detention after he put his teacher in a chokehold and attacked two other adults who tried to intervene.
Utah Wildlife Board Announces 2024 Changes to Hunting Regulations Impacting Local Hunters
The Utah Wildlife Board approved changes to big game hunting regulations on Tuesday. These changes, effective in 2024, alter the weapon technology allowed for hunts and introduce mandatory harvest reporting for deer and elk hunts.
Arizona man charged after fatal crash in Utah nearly 4 years ago
MOAB — An arrest warrant has been issued for an Arizona man accused of causing a fatal crash about four years ago near the Utah-Colorado border. Brennan Kinlachleeny, 32, of Kayenta, Arizona, was charged Thursday in Utah’s 7th District Court with automobile homicide, a second-degree felony; and DUI, a class B misdemeanor.
The LEAST EXPENSIVE Home Sold in Utah This Week
There are those who say trying to buy a home in Utah right now is like trying to date somebody at Dixie College back in the 90's. Basically everyone is too good looking for you and your budget for a date to Fiesta Fun just ain't gonna cut it. According...
Woman seriously hurt after minivan rolls into ravine in southwestern Utah
A 21-year-old woman was seriously hurt Wednesday evening when the minivan she was driving went off road in southwestern Utah, rolling into a steep ravine.
Utah contractor faces 15 payment lawsuits, $2.8M in damages
Makers Line, the construction arm of Q Factor, a Salt Lake City-based development firm, faces at least 15 lawsuits that allege the contractor failed to pay its subcontractors on several different construction projects in Utah, according to several court documents. In total, the lawsuits seek about $2.8 million in damages,...
Emergency Dispatchers Turn First Responders, Save Overdosed Driver After Crash Near Communications Center
Experience the dramatic moment when 911 dispatchers become first responders, saving an overdosed driver who crashed near their communication center. Witness their quick actions, from performing CPR to caring for the driver's children, in this gripping real-life emergency scenario.
Here’s One Thing You Can’t Decorate With Lights In Utah
Every year people throughout Utah decorate their houses with Christmas lights. Many feel the spirit of Clark Griswold move in them and their display goes over the top. I love the star on the bluff in Washington and the lighted animals and manger scene I see on the hill when driving down River Rd towards Bloomington Hills.
BYU and Utah’s sovereign tribes are creating lessons so students know ‘We’re still here’
Brenda Beyal told the third graders she was visiting at Spanish Oaks Elementary to tune their ears and to repeat after her. “Shí naashá,” Beyal said slowly and clearly in her native language. The students repeated the phrase, and Beyal explained that they were saying “I walk” in Navajo.
Utah could get northern lights show this week
Utah residents, especially in the north, have a somewhat decent shot at seeing the northern lights put on a sky show later this week.
Dozens of Toddlers Evacuated From Utah Day Care In Nick of Time After High Carbon Monoxide Levels Discovered
Several students and teachers were experiencing symptoms related to carbon monoxide poisoning