Lauren Steinbrecher

Warning signs posted after kneeboarder seen on swift runoff

Murray City has posted extra signs and the fire department is warning the community after citizens said they’ve been seeing a man take advantage of high water in Murray Park in a potentially dangerous way. 
2 days ago

First responder recounts ‘bizarre’ southern Utah plane crash where pilot disappeared

The Enterprise Fire and EMS team was left trying to make sense of what happened, recounting how a pilot who crashed a plane refused their help and promptly disappeared from the scene.
3 days ago

Rattlesnakes are appearing on Utah trails, around homes later than normal

A local rattlesnake expert is seeing a rise in reports of rattlesnake sightings on Utah trails, and she's got some helpful tips to keep you and your pets safe.
4 days ago

Sister of murdered Utah radio show host ‘can finally sleep’ after suspect’s jailing

The sister of a Utah-based Spanish radio show host is sharing her relief that the justice system is moving forward after her sister was murdered more than a year and a half ago. 
5 days ago

Holladay building collapses, workers uninjured

A building collapsed near 4890 S. Highland Drive Thursday afternoon. 
7 days ago

Six dog deaths lead to investigation at Salt Lake County training grounds

A popular Salt Lake County dog training facility is closed after half a dozen dogs died following visits to the training grounds.
7 days ago

SLC man says someone threw rock at his car on I-215, shattering windshield

A Salt Lake City man is lucky he wasn't hurt after saying he believes someone intentionally threw a large rock onto I-215, hitting his windshield as he drove at freeway speeds.
9 days ago

Exotic petting zoo animals seized in Tooele County after DWR investigation

A family is speaking out about an encounter at a petting zoo in Stockton that led to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources seizing all of the zoo’s exotic animals.
13 days ago

‘I saw evil’: juror recounts Lori Vallow Daybell trial, deliberations

One of the 12 jurors who convicted Lori Vallow Daybell is speaking out, explaining what solidified to him that she was guilty.
15 days ago

Psychedelic medicine community processes murder-suicide by well-known doctor

A tight-knit medical community in Utah is sharing their thoughts and talking about how to move forward after a well-known doctor in their field killed his son, then himself at his clinic.
16 days ago

Local business is concerned after a suspicious death outside a downtown Salt Lake City motel

A Salt Lake City business is worried about an increasing trend of crime and deaths occurring in the downtown area, after Sunday morning's suspicious death investigation.
18 days ago

Woodcocks elated to get justice with guilty verdict

Outside the courthouse Friday, cheers erupted when Kay and Larry Woodcock, murder victim JJ Vallow’s grandparents, walked outside, elated.
20 days ago

Larry Woodcock honors grandson JJ Vallow on verdict day

Larry Woodcock, JJ Vallow's grandfather, arrived at the Ada County Courthouse in Boise, Idaho, Friday morning ready for what he hoped the jury in the Lori Vallow Daybell trial would ultimately decide.
20 days ago

WATCH: The biggest moments in the Lori Vallow Daybell case

With closing argument expected Thursday morning — where the prosecution and defense will really look to hammer home their message to jurors — here's a look at some of the bigger moments the jury has seen and heard over the past month.
21 days ago

Family remembers Santaquin man, left with ‘last gift’ after tragic accident

The family of a Santaquin man described to KSL TV an unexpected gift they received after he tragically died over the weekend in an accident that critically injured his mother.
24 days ago

This week could be pivotal in the Lori Vallow Daybell trial

This week could be bombshell week as the prosecution plans to rest its case this week, and the trial will pivot to the defense.
25 days ago

Ogden officers ruled justified in punching man; family plans to sue

The Ogden Police Department has ruled its officers were justified in a use-of-force case and are explaining the full situation that led two officers to punch a man as he laid on the ground.
1 month ago

Towing company rallies around driver hit by metal sheet on Utah highway

A tow truck company is rallying around one of its drivers and his family after a sheet of metal flew through his windshield and left him in the ICU with life-changing injuries. 
1 month ago

Ogden police investigating punches thrown by officers captured in bystander video

A video showing an incident with Ogden police officers is raising questions over the conduct of the officers.
1 month ago

Civil Air Patrol cadets survey Sandy parks for storm drain debris

A group of volunteers helped Sandy get ahead of flooding, by making sure the city’s storm drains are clear, and ready for runoff.
1 month ago

‘He’s going to kill me’: Payson woman describes terror ahead of police chase that landed ex-boyfriend in jail

After a Utah County man was arrested following a two-county high-speed chase Tuesday, a Payson woman is sharing how her ex-boyfriend has been stalking and threatening her, as she questions why he was even on the streets to begin with.
1 month ago

Spanish Fork City preps riverbanks to handle high water

In Spanish Fork, city crews are prepping riverbanks to handle high water because they expect a huge surge in the coming weeks. 
1 month ago

Family grateful for help after snowmobiler suffers life-altering injuries in crash

A Utah man is facing a long road to recovery after a snowmobile crash left him without an eye and with several broken bones. His family is sharing how grateful they are after hundreds of people have stepped up to help him.
1 month ago

RV resort takes precautions with Weber River expected to rise

An RV resort in Uintah, Utah, is preparing for the worst if the nearby Weber River begins to flood due to the melting snow.
2 months ago