Cary Schwanitz

Two people found dead in Clearfield home

Police responded to a home Wednesday afternoon in Clearfield where two adults were found dead in a home.
3 days ago

Here is a list of stores open on Thanksgiving day for that last-minute ingredient

Many stores are giving their employees time off Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families by closing for the day. Many others are open to help bail you out for that ingredient you forgot from your long list of dishes for the Thanksgiving feast.
3 days ago

Crash closes westbound I-80 near Echo Reservoir

The Utah Department of Transportation said the westbound lanes of I-80 near Echo Reservoir south of I-84.
8 days ago

Lori Vallow Daybell and Chad Daybell will be tried for murder together

A judge denied a request from Chad Daybell’s attorney to sever his murder trial from his wife’s murder trial.
9 days ago

Lee, Romney split their votes on Respect for Marriage Act

Utah’s Republican senators split their votes on the Respect for Marriage Act during a key vote Wednesday.
10 days ago

Utah ends financial year with more than a $1 billion surplus

Lawmakers will have hundreds of millions of unexpected dollars to spend in the upcoming session after the state ended the 2022 fiscal year with a $1.235 billion surplus in the Income Tax Fund and another $130.2 million in the general fund.
11 days ago

Police say gambling machines, gun, drugs confiscated from Salt Lake business

Police arrested two people in connection to an alleged illegal gambling operation in a Salt Lake City business.
11 days ago

Vandals cause ‘extensive’ damage inside Utah church

Vandals went on a rampage inside a church in Perry overnight causing leaders to cancel  Sunday meetings.
13 days ago

Salt Lake City woman dies in climbing accident

A canyoneering guide who was based out of Salt Lake City died in an apparent climbing accident Saturday afternoon at Morning Glory Arch.
13 days ago

Man awaiting charges in ATM thefts arrested for stealing safe in West Valley, police say

A man who was out of jail on bail led police on a chase Tuesday morning after stealing a safe in West Valley City police said.
22 days ago

Murder charges filed in Sandy road rage shooting

The Salt Lake County District Attorney’s office filed a felony charge of first-degree murder against a man who shot another man during a road rage confrontation last week.
22 days ago

Gov. Cox suspends new water rights in the Great Salt Lake Basin

Gov. Spencer Cox issued a proclamation Thursday that puts new water rights applications on hold in the Great Salt Lake Basin for the time being.
23 days ago

Man accused of cutting woman in Roy parking lot during attempted robbery

A woman who had just loaded groceries into her car at a Roy store suffered a cut finger after a transient tried to rob her at knifepoint.
24 days ago

National Geographic puts Utah on its “Best of the World” list

National Geographic has named Utah one of the top 25 most inspiring travel destinations in the world.
1 month ago

Air-clearing restrictions on fireplaces begin next week

It’s that time of year again when an unhealthy inversion can leave a cloud of pollution hanging over the Wasatch Front.
1 month ago

Flight operations resume at Hill AFB following last week’s F-35 crash

A spokesman for Hill Air Force Base has confirmed that flight operations resumed Tuesday.
1 month ago

Six fire departments respond to two-alarm fire at Pleasant View corral

Crews from several fire departments responded to a two-alarm fire at a horse track and corral Tuesday morning.
1 month ago

Mystery of rotten and dead fish smell in North Salt Lake solved

The Davis County Health Department said it finally discovered what caused a “fishy” or “rotten” smell that permeated parts of North Salt Lake at the beginning of the month.
1 month ago

Garage fire in Ivins likely caused by charging e-bike

Multiple units responded to a garage fire Thursday night in Ivins.
1 month ago

Utah man, son plead guilty in connection to Jan. 6 attack on Capitol

A Utah father and his son pleaded guilty Thursday for their actions in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
1 month ago

Remains of recently identified WWII soldier buried in Bluffdale

BLUFFDALE, Utah — The remains of Utah native Sgt. Elvin L. Phillips were buried in Bluffdale Tuesday more than 79 years after he died in a bombing mission in Romania during World War II. Phillips was 23 years old when his B-24 Liberator airplane crashed in Ploiesti, north of Bucharest, Romania a news release from […]
2 months ago

Lori Vallow Daybell trial suspended due to new concerns about her competency

An Idaho judge has ordered another delay in the murder trial for Lori Vallow after defense attorneys raised concerns about her competency.
2 months ago

Donating blood is one way to support people affected by Hurricane Ian

When Hurricane Ian plowed across Florida last week it wiped out buildings, marinas, and other areas. It also destroyed blood donation centers and now Utah's help is needed.
2 months ago

Three Tooele schools on ‘lockout’ after armed robbery nearby

A robbery in Tooele led the school district to place three schools on lockout.
2 months ago