Frances Cooke

Utah police, fire agencies train for active shooter in schools

As we get ready to send our kids back to school, safety is top of mind following a number of mass shootings over the last few years.
4 months ago

Man cited for unruly behavior on flight from LA to SLC

A man has been cited for public intoxication after becoming unruly on a flight from the Los Angeles International Airport to the Salt Lake City International Airport.
1 year ago

State Epidemiologist Speaks With Utah State Board of Education on Coronavirus Surge

The Coronavirus Pandemic and it’s impact on the upcoming school year was a top discussion at the Utah State Board of Education Meeting on Thursday.
1 year ago

How To Talk To Your Child About The Dangers Of Vaping Before School Starts

One in every 20 middle school students and one in every five high school students reported using an e-cigarette in the past 30 days, according to the 2020 National Youth Tobacco survey. Those numbers have doctors concerned and urging parents to start an important conversation with their kids before school starts.
1 year ago

Health Experts Say COVID-19 Cases Could Surge This Fall If Kids Don’t Mask Up

As children across the state are preparing to return to the classroom, health experts fear cases of the Delta variant of COVID-19 could surge if students don't mask up.
1 year ago

Clearfield Police Offering $5,000 Reward In Unsolved Homicide

It has been eight months since Kelly Robert Bodily, 53, was found dead in his home. Now the Clearfield Police Department offering a reward for help finding his killer.
1 year ago

First Lady Abby Cox Partners With Nonprofit For Foster Children

First lady Abby Cox is partnering with Raise the Future to make sure underserved kids in Utah have what they need to go back to school.
1 year ago

Special Agents With State Department Work To Keep Team USA Safe at Olympic Games

Athletes are representing the United States in Tokyo, but there is a team behind the team you may not see. Members of the U.S. State Department are in Tokyo keeping American athletes safe.
1 year ago

Intermountain Healthcare Urges Student Athletes To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Two experts with Intermountain Healthcare had a message Wednesday for student athletes: You can protect yourself from COVID-19 and protect your sport season by getting vaccinated.
1 year ago

Bingham High To Start Year Virtually Due To Renovation Delays

Thousands of students in the Jordan District will start the school year remotely, and it has nothing to do with masks or the spread of COVID-19. Bingham High School is undergoing a major renovation and, like many other projects, construction is behind.
1 year ago

Cleanup Continues After 294 Homes Flood in Enoch

The damage in the small town of Enoch, just a few miles from Cedar City, is turning out to be worse than first reported.
1 year ago

Tooele Homes, Businesses Damaged In Devastating Floods

A big cleanup project began in Tooele City on Monday after flash flooding damaged dozens of homes and many businesses.
1 year ago

Hundreds Help With Cleanup In Randolph After Mud, Rocks Fill Basements

Some homeowners near Randolph spent the entire day cleaning up after loads of mud and rocks filled their basements following a heavy storm over the weekend. 
1 year ago

UDOH Releases New COVID-19 Recommendations For K-12 Schools

Weeks out from the start of the 2021-2022 school year, the Utah Department of Health has released a list of 10 recommendations to keep students and staff safe and to minimize the amount of disruptions to the school year.
1 year ago

UHP Trooper Injured On I-215 While Investigating Abandoned Vehicle

A trooper with the Utah Highway Patrol and three others were taken to the hospital after an SUV slammed into the back of the trooper's car on I-215.  
1 year ago

Utah’s Jake Gibb Sets Sights on Gold in 4th and Final Olympic Games

After two decades of traveling the world and playing the sport he loves, Bountiful native Jake Gibb says he is ready to move on with his life.
1 year ago

Rocket Launching at Bonneville Salt Flats Scrapped

It’s a long standing tradition of rockets launching at the Bonneville Salt Flats, but now they are saying goodbye to the salt.
1 year ago

Utah’s High Altitudes Helps Athletes Train For Olympic Games

Track and Field Olympian Nathan Ikon Crumpton is no stranger to Utah after training in Park City for Team U.S.A. in the Skeleton for the Winter Olympics. Now, Crumpton, competing for American Samoa, has his eyes set on gold in the 100-meter dash.
1 year ago

Governor Cox Plans More Aggressive Water Conservation Measures

Even though Utah is receiving incredible rainfall in some parts of the state, the drought is far from over. So, Governor Spencer Cox plans to get aggressive about saving more water.
1 year ago

Man Hides 10 Treasure Chests In Utah Outdoors

Getting out in nature may be its own reward, but a Utah man is providing a little extra incentive for people to explore the state’s wide open spaces.
1 year ago

Wildlife Biologists Considering Flying Fresh Water To Herds On Antelope Island

Biologists are considering something they have never done before; flying fresh water into the wilderness to help bison and bighorn sheep.
1 year ago

Layton Woman Breaks Through Stereotypes, Receives Fifth-Degree Black Belt At 83

If you have ever been nervous about trying something new, one Layton woman may help change that. Carole Taylor is 83 years old and says 15 years ago, she needed a change.
1 year ago

Highland Boy Celebrates End Of Brain Tumor Treatment With Ride In Supercar

A 9-year-old Utah boy got to celebrate the end of his brain cancer treatment with a surprise ride in a supercar.
1 year ago

FBI Encouraging Public To Report Hate Crimes

As reports of possible hate crimes are rising across the country and here in Utah, federal and local law enforcement are urging the public to report possible hate crimes.
1 year ago