Debbie Worthen

Sandy man still struggling with injuries after four teens attacked him

Sandy man details his new reality one month after he was attacked by four teenagers until he was unconscious.
10 days ago

Dozens evacuated as massive fire engulfs former motel in Richfield

A former motel in Richfield, which was recently converted to low-income housing, is a total loss Monday night after a massive fire tore through the building.
11 days ago

New numbers show Utahns are driving faster than ever before

Is it a dangerous "new normal" on the roads? Speeding is such an issue in parts of Utah, some cities have even started "slow down" campaigns.
16 days ago

Businesses set to reopen in Sugar House after massive fire forced them to close

Local businesses have gotten the clearance to reopen after a massive apartment complex under construction in Sugar House went up in flames.
17 days ago

LGBTQ resource centers for Utah on hold due to funding issues

Encircle, a Utah non-profit dedicated to helping LGBTQ youth, is becoming another victim of tough economic times.
18 days ago

Glendale Regional Park begins to move forward after $85M bond passed

One day after Salt Lake City voters approved a bond to spend $85 million on parks and recreation, the project set to use nearly a third of that money is one step closer to moving forward.
23 days ago

Rose Park neighbors looking for man roaming streets while exposed

A Rose Park neighborhood is on high alert after a neighbor caught a man creeping around his home while exposing his lower body.
25 days ago

Utah high school marching band lead by a special conductor

Westlake High School is participating in the national competition, Bands of America, while being conducted by a very special member.
27 days ago

Moab police say they’ll fight Gabby Petito family’s $50M lawsuit

The city of Moab released its response to Gabby Petito's family's intent to file a wrongful death lawsuit.
1 month ago

Man surrenders after hourslong SWAT standoff in West Bountiful

One man was taken into custody Tuesday night following an hours-long SWAT standoff and shelter-in-place order in West Bountiful.
1 month ago

Utah family pleads drivers to pay attention after son was fatally hit

After their nine-year-old son was killed by an alleged distracted driver, the South Jordan family has a plea for drivers – slow down and pay attention.
1 month ago

Dozens still evacuated as crews demolish smoldering building

Dozens of people who were evacuated due to a fire at an under-construction apartment complex in Sugar House were still not allowed to go home Wednesday night.
1 month ago

Public pushes back on proposed changes to South Valley Regional Airport

Dozens of people came out Tuesday night to hear plans for changes to South Valley Regional Airport as well as voice their concerns.
1 month ago

Four teens attack man leaving him unconscious

Four Sandy teenagers are facing felony assault charges after attacking a man in a park.
2 months ago

SafeUT app sees big increase in tips on threats, chat use

On the app designed to keep them safe, Utah students are reporting more tips related to violence, more total tips and using the app chat feature too.
2 months ago

Father outraged over ‘lack of security’ at high school

A father in Granite School District is outraged over what he calls a “lack of security” at Olympus High School.
2 months ago

High school students retake AP tests after school mix-up destroyed them

Two dozen Green Canyon High School students in North Logan won’t get credit for AP tests they took last May as the tests were mistakenly destroyed in transit.
2 months ago

Parent advocacy group celebrates kids with special needs

A rally in Draper brings hundred of people together to celebrate inclusion for kids with special needs.
2 months ago

Help available for power customers that need assistance paying high bills

Rocky Mountain Power customers are now getting August power bills and they are high. After a record hot summer, customers are now seeing the aftermath of that long string of triple-digit days.
2 months ago

Millcreek street floods after city puts in new storm drains

Wednesday afternoon’s short downpour flooded some Millcreek homes, and residents said they are sick of the constant flooding and want the city to fix the drains -- or foot the bill for damage they deal with.
3 months ago

Friends remember man who was hit, killed while riding his bike in Murray

Friends and neighbors are remembering a man who was killed while riding his bike Monday morning in Murray.
3 months ago

Tenants don’t want bats in the Belvedere in Salt Lake City

A Salt Lake City woman says bats keep getting into the condo she rents.
3 months ago

‘We miss her’: Annual Out of the Darkness Walk helps raise awareness of suicide

A crowd of thousands, and nearly $250,000 raised — all for the fight against suicide at the annual Out of the Darkness Walk in West Jordan Saturday morning
3 months ago

Utah man says shooting victim died in his arms

One day after a third arrest in a shooting in downtown Salt Lake City, a Utah man shares his video of the moments following the crime. Eli Paul told KSL TV he and his family were headed to fancy dinner when they saw a man, lying on the ground, waving his arms for help.  Paul […]
3 months ago