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  • Utah Senate bill proposes having women choose what to do with remains after abortion or miscarriage

    SALT LAKE CITY — Should women be forced to decide what happens to the remains of their miscarriage or abortion? That’s at the center of a highly-controversial bill debated Friday by the Utah Senate. Lawmakers argue it’s a woman’s right to choose. Others say it’s adding more trauma. But they all agree it’s an emotional conversation. Emotional testimony in front of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Friday afternoon. Sen. Curtis Bramble arguing SB67 is all about a […]

  • Top Republicans critical of Judicial Selection Proposal

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — A proposed amendment to Utah’s constitution sparked a feud on Twitter Thursday. Sen. Dan McCay wants more public input on the way judges are chosen in the state. The only thing public about the constitutional amendment is harsh criticism from his own political party. It’s criticism he welcomes. Fighting words on social media. Lt. Governor Spencer Cox took aim writing, “It would be impossible for me to overstate what a terrible idea this is.” Senator […]

  • They’re back! Bighorn sheep reintroduced to Antelope Island after disease killed herd

    ANTELOPE ISLAND STATE PARK, Utah — Bighorn sheep are back on Antelope Island for the first time in a year after a deadly disease wiped out the entire population. On Wednesday afternoon, 25 sheep were reintroduced at the Frary Peak Trailhead in front of more than 100 people. “It’s a big deal,” Antelope Island State Park Manager Jeremy Shaw said. The new herd was trucked in from Montana. “For us, they’re kind of an icon,” Shaw said. The original island […]

  • Family claims lunchroom employee assaulted 8-year-old student

    SALT LAKE CITY — A Magna family is accusing a cafeteria worker of hurting their son at Guadalupe School. “I got really scared,” 8-year-old Nathaniel said with his arm in a sling. His family says he suffered a pulled muscle that came from an encounter with a lunchroom employee on Monday at Guadalupe School, located in the Rose Park neighborhood of Salt Lake City. “When she grabbed my hand, she grabbed it and she pulled it up and she twisted […]

  • Judge orders mother to bring missing kids to court by Thursday

    REXBURG, Idaho — The mother of two missing Idaho children has until Thursday to physically bring them to authorities. J.J. Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17, haven’t been seen for four months. If Lori Vallow fails to show Tylee and J.J., she will be held in contempt of court and may go to jail indefinitely. In a rare move, a confidential court order was unsealed, requiring Lori to bring the children to police or to the Idaho Department of Health […]

  • Two dead after wrong-way crash on I-215

    HOLLADAY, Utah — Two people were killed Friday afternoon after a driver went the wrong direction on Interstate 215. UHP told FOX 13 that an 80-year-old driver traveling south entered the freeway on a northbound exit ramp near 4000 South. She continued southbound in northbound lanes, then westbound in eastbound lanes. She then clipped two eastbound vehicles before colliding head-on with an eastbound car near 2000 East. A woman in her 20s in the eastbound car was killed. The 80-year-old […]

  • ‘This will be on the ballot’: Tax referendum supporters get 152,000 signatures, pending verification

    SALT LAKE CITY — About 152,000 signatures have been gathered by supporters to get Utah’s reformed tax bill on the November ballot, according to organizer Fred Cox. “This will be on the ballot,” Cox said during a news conference. The number of verified signatures needs to reach 116,000 for a public vote. The deadline to turn in the signatures was 5:00 p.m. Tuesday. Michele Rivera estimates she’s collected more than 700 signatures for the referendum, including that of U.S. Rep. […]

  • Search and rescue teams use drone to help injured hiker in southern Utah

    SNOW CANYON STATE PARK, Utah — A drone helped rappel a hurt hiker more than 400 feet during a daring rescue in Snow Canyon State Park Sunday. It’s the first time the Washington County Search and Rescue team used a drone this way, but likely won’t be the last. Search crews helped a 65-year-old woman who got hurt hiking on the top of Island in the Sky around noon. She had fallen several feet and could not put weight on […]

  • Three children, one adult dead in Grantsville shooting

    GRANTSVILLE, Utah — Police are investigating a shooting in Grantsville that left four people dead and one injured Friday night. Police say the shooting occurred at about 7 p.m. on Eastmoor between Main Street and 130 South. They were told there might be bodies inside the home when they arrived. Once they were on scene, they found the four deceased, including three juveniles and an adult female. The fifth individual who was shot — an adult male — was taken […]

  • Roy woman recounts plane crash after series of crashes near Ogden airport

    ROY, Utah – The deadly plane crash that killed a pilot in Roy brings back painful memories for a woman who survived a similar experience in 2017. Each plane in the sky catches the attention of Samantha Sandoval because she never saw the plane that changed her life. “I [saw] something out of my peripheral and I actually thought it was a cement truck that hit me, but I didn’t understand how it hit me that hard and that fast,” […]

  • Plane crash cluster near Ogden Airport causing anxiety

    ROY, Utah — Homeowners near a cluster of plane crashes in Roy express concern after the fourth major plane crash in recent years. The National Transportation Safety Board spent the day looking into circumstances surrounding the crash, including flying conditions and what may have gone wrong in the cockpit. The crash is among rows of townhomes with residents remain shaken. More than 10,000 plans fly in and out of Ogden Hinckley Airport every month. Underneath the flight path, thousands of […]

  • Utah teens give grades to lawmakers based on gun legislation

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Students against gun violence announced new grades awarded to Utah lawmakers, focusing on who supported gun violence legislation and who did not. The Parkland shooting in Florida that killed 17 and hurt 17 more traumatized West Highs’ Andoni Telonidis. “I was having a really difficult time going to school,” Telonidis said. He and the coalition called “March for our Lives Utah” researched and analyzed gun violence legislation in 2019. On Wednesday, they released their gun […]

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