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Company: More Than $200,000 In Camera Equipment Stolen In West Valley Warehouse Theft

A digital production firm offered a hefty reward Tuesday after more than $200,000 in camera equipment vanished from a warehouse over the weekend.
3 years ago

Police Arrest Man For Assault, Robbery At Salt Lake Airport

A man was arrested at Salt Lake International Airport after assaulting a passenger and taking off with the victim’s cell phone, police said.
3 years ago

Mountain Green Residents Warned Of Possible Bacteria Breach In Water

Neighbors in Mountain Green are boiling their water to avoid a possible bacteria breach.
3 years ago

Farmington Man Sells Dollhouse Made In Late Wife’s Honor, To Cover Medical Bills

It has been nearly 10 years since Larry Elkins embraced his wife. His beloved Linda died of a sudden heart attack in 2010. He said losing his sweetheart was the hardest trial he had ever endured.
3 years ago

World’s Most Pedestrian-Friendly Car On Utah Roads

UDOT decorated the world’s most pedestrian-friendly car with bright paint, sirens, horns, and a loud speaker to remind pedestrians and drivers to share the road.
3 years ago

Couple Has Close Call With Large Limb After Powerful Storm Pounds SLC

After a surprisingly powerful storm downed limbs and trees across the city, one family had an unexpected close call.
3 years ago

Man On Mission To Prove What Disability Truly Means

Gabe Adams travels the country motivating others to try and change the perception of what being disabled is.
3 years ago

Investigators Make Arrests After 19 Reported Vehicle Burglaries In Eagle Mountain

Deputies arrested two people suspected of burglarizing several vehicles over the last week. Now, investigators are trying to track down guns stolen from vehicles.
3 years ago

Utah Woman Avoids Double Knee Replacement Through Physical Therapy

Arthritis is the number one disability in the United States and the number one reason people miss work, but one woman found a way to get her mobility back.
3 years ago

Owners Of South Salt Lake Bowling Alley Rebuild Historic Sign After Crash

There were cheaper and easier options, a less difficult path to follow after an alleged intoxicated driver crashed into the post below the historic Bonwood Bowl sign last October, severely damaging the neon sign.
3 years ago

Healthy Riverton Says Suicide Prevention Is Everyone’s Business, Holds Free Training

It's an eye-opening statistic: of kids ages 10 to 17 in Utah suicide is the number one cause of death, according to the Utah Department of Health. Healthy Riverton, a citizen-led community committee, wants to change that by arming residents with tools to deal with these situations.
3 years ago

Double Amputee Overcomes Obstacles To Inspire Others

Kacey McCallister lost both legs, after being struck by a semi truck at 6 years old. Today, he's an athlete, and a motivational speaker.
3 years ago

Computer Animation Shows How Fluoride Likely Traveled Through Sandy City Water System

The city of Sandy released a computer simulation Thursday, showing how they believe fluoride traveled through their water system earlier this month.
3 years ago

Smaller Dinosaur That Evolved Into The T-Rex Found In Utah

The first-ever tiny Tyrannosaurs discovered is making big news in the paleontology world today and it's big news in Utah, because this where it was discovered, near Cedar Mountain in Central Utah's Emery County.
3 years ago

Active Shooter False Alarm At USU Highlights Need For Emergency Training

A false alarm about an "armed aggressor" went out to the Utah State University community Wednesday afternoon, warning students and staff to "Run, hide, or fight.” The alert was mistakenly sent out as the university was upgrading its alert system.
3 years ago

Sandy City’s Utilities Director On Paid Leave During Water Investigation

The director of Sandy City’s public utilities department went on immediate paid administrative leave Wednesday as the city starts an investigation into the handling of a water contamination issue.
3 years ago

West HS Student Springs Into Action To Resuscitate Driver Involved In SLC Crash

His actions “for sure” helped to save the man’s life, Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Nick Street said.
3 years ago

Sandy City Council Also Initiates Independent Water Quality Investigation

Sandy City Council members are also stepping in to monitor their ongoing water quality debacle.
3 years ago

Utah Hospitals Add Pricelists Online. But How Useful Are They?

A Trump administration rule required hospitals to post their standard price lists online starting Jan. 1, 2019. But if you can find them, how useful are they for patients trying to estimate the cost of their care?
3 years ago

Contamination Notice To Sandy Residents Omitted Mandatory Info

A public notice, sent to Sandy city residents affected by extremely high levels of fluoridated water, failed to include mandatory information required by state regulators, Utah’s Division of Water Quality said Tuesday.
3 years ago

Salt Lake Man Carried 1,000 Feet In Big Cottonwood Canyon Avalanche, Survives

A Salt Lake City man was carried about 1,000 feet by an avalanche in the Big Cottonwood Canyon backcountry Sunday. He walked away without serious injuries.
3 years ago

Sandy Residents Express Frustration At Water Quality Town Hall

Tensions were high Monday night in Sandy, more than 10 days after a malfunction caused some residents’ pipes to leech significantly dangerous levels of chemicals into their drinking water.
3 years ago

Quick, Powerful Storm Brings Winter Back To Northern Utah

A fast-moving winter storm pushed through northern Utah Friday evening, quickly coating roads with snow.
3 years ago

Moose Becomes Unlikely Home Invader In Summit County

The couple, that was house sitting for the woman's parents, said they heard glass breaking in the basement and were shocked to find a moose inside.
3 years ago