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  • Winter storm expected to bring heavy snow for Monday morning commute

    WASATCH FRONT — A winter storm is expected to roll in Sunday night and continue into Monday morning. Winds will bring higher-than-usual temperatures during the day on Sunday all across the state. However, those highs will drop as the storm pushes through. Heavy snow is expected throughout Sunday night into Monday morning with a possibility of lake effect snow. These conditions will make for snowy and slushy roads for the Monday morning commute. Snow accumulations are expected to reach four […]

  • Ogden bar featured in Super Bowl commercial with Post Malone

    OGDEN, Utah — This year’s Super Bowl featured a commercial shot at Brewskis Bar & Grill on Historic 25th Street in Ogden. The bar’s Facebook page has been dropping hints about the commercial since January 8, when they said they would be closed while Hollywood did some filming. They posted another update on January 29, asking “Does this bar look familiar?” with a YouTube link to the commercial. The Budweiser commercial features rapper Post Malone sampling the company’s latest product, […]

  • Campaign office for Mike Bloomberg opens in downtown Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A campaign office for Democratic Presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg has opened in downtown Salt Lake City. Located at 243 East and 400 South, the office is the first in the state for the former mayor of New York. A second office is scheduled to open in Lehi in early February. Bloomberg was in Utah earlier this month on a presidential campaign stop. While he was here, Bloomberg talked about his policies, and applauded the people […]

  • Hazmat team dispatched to liquid nitrogen leak on University of Utah campus

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Crews responded to a liquid nitrogen leak at the University of Utah early Saturday morning. According to Captain Tony Stowe with the Salt Lake City Fire Department, the leak was reported around 5:00 a.m. Fire and hazmat crews were dispatched to the Turpin University Services Building at 1795 East South Campus Drive. A large tank of liquid nitrogen in that area is used for university experiments. The leak was found in a small quarter-inch copper […]

  • Pedestrian hit and killed by vehicle in Harrisville

    HARRISVILLE, Utah – A man has died after being hit by a vehicle Friday night. Harrisville Police responded to the accident at 695 North Washington Boulevard. The vehicle was headed southbound on Washington Boulevard. The pedestrian was crossing in a poorly lit area with no crosswalk. Officials said the 26-year-old man succumbed to his injuries on scene. The accident in currently under investigation, but authorities do not believe speed or alcohol were contributing factors.

  • Two-alarm apartment fire sends one to the hospital

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — A woman was transported to the hospital in stable condition after an apartment fire Friday night. According to Captain Tony Stowe with the Salt Lake City Fire Department, crews were dispatched just after 9:00 p.m. to the Windsor Park Apartments near 1800 West and 700 North in Salt Lake. Smoke and flames were reportedly coming out the window of a third-story apartment unit. The entire building was evacuated as a precautionary measure. Crews were able […]

  • Body of missing Eagle Mountain man found in Central Utah

    EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah — The body of Christopher Craig Zoellner who has been missing since January 10 was found Saturday morning. According to Sgt. Spencer Cannon with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office, a call came in at 10:20 a.m. directing authorities to Fivemile Pass in Central Utah. Zoellner’s body was found what what authorities deemed to be self-inflicted wounds. A search was being conducted by Zoellner’s friends and family in Heber City at the time. He was not located as […]

  • Local activists call for action in conjunction with National Women’s March

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Hundreds marched from Washington Square Park to the Capitol building Saturday afternoon to call for an end to violence against women. Activists from all different races, backgrounds and walks of life marched to raise awareness for their cause. The local chapter of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women was among the activists. “The four corners area in general has a higher concentration of women going missing and murdered,” said Michelle Brown, a member of the group. […]

  • Mike Bloomberg visits Salt Lake City on Presidential campaign stop

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Democratic Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg made a stop in Salt Lake on Saturday. Hundreds of people gathered at the Impact Hub downtown for the former New York City Mayor’s rally. He spoke about climate change, gun control, and the vision he has for the country, saying we can do better than President Trump is doing. Bloomberg also applauded the people of Utah for adding their names to the referendum that could overturn recent changes to […]

  • Two arrested after high-speed chase through Wasatch County

    WASATCH COUNTY, Utah – Two people are in custody after evading police on Friday. Wasatch County Dispatch was given the description of a stolen vehicle that had fled from officers in a neighboring agency. The vehicle was located travelling east on Main Canyon Road coming out of Walsburg. Officers attempted to pull the vehicle over, but the driver refused to stop, travelling at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour. Multiple attempts were made to spike the vehicle’s tires. […]

  • Early morning house fire in Layton sends two to the hospital

    LAYTON, UTAH – Two people were transported to the hospital after an early morning house fire in Layton. Crews were dispatched to the fire on Summerwood Drive just before 6:00 AM on Sunday. Authorities said the fire originated in the basement of the three-story home, making it difficult to fight. There were three occupants in the home. Two were able to get themselves out of the home. Police were able to remove the third prior to the fire department’s arrival. […]

  • Little Cottonwood Canyon reopened after avalanche wipes out one vehicle

    SANDY, Utah — An avalanche swept one car off the road Sunday morning and closed Little Cottonwood Canyon for about three hours. According to Sgt. Melody Gray with the Unified Police Department, the occupants in the vehicle caught in the avalanche were not injured. The Utah Department of Transportation announced the closure of State Route 210 shortly after 10:30 a.m. for crews to mitigate additional slides, clear the debris and to recover the vehicle. The canyon road was cleared and […]

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