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Utah Football’s Aaron Lowe killed, another injured in SLC shooting

A University of Utah football player died and a woman sustained critical injuries after being shot overnight at a party. Police said Aaron Lowe was pronounced dead at the scene after a fight at that party escalated.
2 years ago

Tipster talks about spotting Gabby Petito’s van in Grand Teton National Park

Family members of missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito believe answers to her disappearance could be inside Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
2 years ago

SWAT Protects Residents From Man Who Opened Fire On Taylorsville Neighborhood

A Taylorsville neighborhood looks like a war zone after a man barricaded himself inside his home and fired dozens of rounds at officers during an hours-long SWAT standoff. Luckily, no one was injured, including the suspect.
2 years ago

Utah Teen Paralyzed From Waist Down After Dirt Bike Incident

A Utah County teen was left paralyzed from the waist down after he was involved in a devastating dirt bike incident in Mona. 
2 years ago

Utah Man Fights For His Life In Nepal While Family Tries To Get Help

A Utah man has been stranded in a Nepali hospital while his family scrambles to secure the funds necessary to bring him home on an air ambulance.
2 years ago

Barricaded Suspect Fires Shots At SWAT Team In Taylorsville

A barricaded suspect from a domestic violence incident fired multiple shots at SWAT team members in Taylorsville during a six-hour standoff, police said.
2 years ago

Utah Man Believes He May Have Found Tomb Commissioned For Joseph Smith

A St. George, Utah man may have uncovered a decades-old mystery — the location of a tomb commissioned for Joseph Smith, prophet and founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — in the most unlikely of places in Nauvoo, Illinois.
2 years ago

Search Underway For Trailer Stolen From Herriman Rugby Program

It's been a long weekend for dozens of rugby players in the Herriman Rugby Program after their trailer was stolen from their training spot at Copper Mountain Middle School. 
2 years ago

Spring Storm Of Rain, Snow Causes Headache For Drivers On Utah Roads

On the first day of Spring, Utahns saw record numbers of much-needed rain, but it caused some headaches for drivers, especially those in the canyons where that rain was snow.
2 years ago

Utah County Assisted Living Center Reopens To Visitors

For nearly a year, many assisted living centers were closed to the outside world as health officials fought the COVID-19 pandemic, but with vaccinations underway, it has become increasingly safer for them to reopen.
2 years ago

Utah Hits Milestone As More Than 1 Million Vaccines Administered

Utah hit a major milestone in the fight against COVID-19 after state leaders reported 1 million vaccines have been administered. 
2 years ago

Family Of 12-Year-Old Boy Killed In Farm Incident Remember Him For Bringing Joy To Others

A tragic farm incident that took the life of a 12-year-old boy has left a Utah County family and community in mourning. 
2 years ago

Children Credited For Sounding The Alarm When SLC Garage Caught Fire

A Salt Lake City neighborhood celebrated a group of boys whose quick action saved a neighbor’s home from catching fire.
2 years ago

Dozens Rally Against KOZO House Apartments In SLC

Dozens of residents rallied in Salt Lake City to protest a new luxury apartment complex in the downtown area that would displace at least seven high-risk families. 
2 years ago

Appointments Canceled For 7,200 Utahns Who Scheduled Vaccine In Error

The glitch that led thousands of Utahns to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine before they were eligible has been fixed.
2 years ago

7,200 Utahns Schedule To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine In Error

Thousands of Utahns not yet eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine were able to make an appointment on Saturday thanks to a glitch on the state’s coronavirus website.
2 years ago

New Utah Law Keeps Convicted Murderer From Parole Unless Body Found

A new law may bring closure to families like that of missing Spanish Fork teenager Kiplyn Davis. The law says convicts are not eligible for parole until they help detectives find their victims bodies.
2 years ago

Hot Air Balloon Pilot Forced To Make ‘Wet Landing’ Near Kanab

A hot air ballon festival in Kanab took a frightening turn for one Utah couple as they headed straight for the water. Luckily, everyone made it back to shore safely.
2 years ago

Utah Doctors Cautiously Optimistic About Drop In COVID-19 Hospitalizations

The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Utah has steadily dropped for nine straight days, and that has doctors cautiously optimistic, but they said we can't let our guard down just yet as the more contagious variant strains continue to spread.
2 years ago

Family, Friends, Outdoor Community Pay Tribute To Millcreek Avalanche Victims

Dozens of people — including friends, family, and community members — gathered to pay tribute to two of the four skiers killed in last week's deadly avalanche in Millcreek Canyon. 
2 years ago

Sister Of Kearns Kidnapping Victim Recalls Last Chilling Phone Call With Her Sister

Today marks one week since a Kearns woman went missing. KSL-TV spoke with her younger sister about the chilling phone call Nicole Solorio-Romero made as she was being kidnapped just a few feet from her home.
2 years ago

Officials Identify 4 Skiers Killed In Millcreek Avalanche; Family, Friends Remember Victims

Police have identified the four victims involved in the deadly avalanche in Millcreek Canyon. Rescuers were sent in Sunday afternoon to recover their bodies.
2 years ago

Provo Community Pays Tribute To Respiratory Therapist Who Died From COVID Complications

The hospital community in Provo gathered to pay their respects for a Utah County respiratory therapist who died of COVID-19 on Jan. 23.
2 years ago

At Least One Person Buried In Park City Backcountry Avalanche

Dangerous conditions have forced a pause on search efforts for a missing skier who was buried in an avalanche in a backcountry area in Summit County.
2 years ago