Lauren Steinbrecher

Rescue team, bystander recount daring Moab rescue after BASE jumper cliff crash

A harrowing rescue in Moab is caught on camera, and the team behind it is sharing their story and crediting the quick work of a bystander.
22 hours ago

Lehi mom stranded in snowstorm grateful for help from unexpected stranger

Two Utah County women are sharing how a desperate situation during Monday's snowstorm turned into a heartwarming story they'll never forget.
2 days ago

Witness recounts ‘miraculous’ Moab rescue after BASE jumper crashes into cliff

Incredible video shows the terrifying moments a BASE jumper crashed into a cliff in Moab, then hung in the air high above the ground, his parachute stuck in the cliffside.
3 days ago

UDOT crews working overnight to prepare roads for snowy morning commute

The snow may have died down across some areas of northern Utah Monday night, but UDOT is still hard at work and expects to keep crews on overnight to prep the roads for what could a snowy, icy morning commute Tuesday.
4 days ago

SLC airport reports few delays for post-Thanksgiving travel

Major U.S. cities were hit with severe weather Sunday, leading to hundreds of flight delays and cancellations on one of the year's busiest travel days.
5 days ago

EXCLUSIVE: Man takes woman hostage on flight to SLC, Good Samaritan steps in

A Syracuse man is accused of taking a woman hostage with a razor and making bizarre demands to the whole plane Monday.
9 days ago

Utah’s biggest LGBTQ+ spaces focus on security in wake of Colorado shooting

The Utah Pride Center is upping security measures in the wake of the Club Q mass shooting and hate attack on the LGBTQ+ community, in an effort to make sure people feel safe when they visit the center.
10 days ago

Utah Pride Center hosts vigil to honor Colorado Springs shooting victims

The LGBTQ community in Salt Lake City gathered Monday night to honor the five people who died in the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs over the weekend.
11 days ago

Utah’s LGBTQ community mourns on Transgender Day of Remembrance, made heavier by Colorado shooting

For some Utahns, the news of a mass shooting against the LGBTQ community in Colorado comes on an already emotional day of paying tribute to transgender people who lost their lives to violence.
12 days ago

Advocates share message after 3-year-old kills self with unsecured gun

A toddler got ahold of a gun and shot himself, and gun violence prevention advocates are worried.
16 days ago

Utah hockey community mourns woman killed in Grand County climbing accident

The Utah hockey community is mourning the loss of a former player and mentor who died in a climbing accident in Grand County.
19 days ago

Multi-state baby formula theft ring busted in Utah

Surveillance video is showing an alleged multi-state baby formula theft ring that came to an end in Utah.
22 days ago

American Fork PD struggling to find crossing guard for intersection with close calls

American Fork police said they’re having a hard time filling a crosswalk position near one of the busiest intersections at the junior high school. Kids and parents said they've seen several close calls where cars almost hit students because of it. 
23 days ago

Lt. Gov.’s office asks Utah counties not to post results until all polls close

Election results across the state may be delayed Tuesday night because of issues with mail-in ballots in two rural Utah counties.
25 days ago

Community honors 10-year-old who died by suicide after reports of bullying, racism

Loved ones and community members remembered a 10-year-old Black Utah student who died a year ago Sunday as her family prepares to sue the school district for her death.
26 days ago

Roy woman scares off robber with knife during parking lot attack

A Roy woman is recounting the moments she stood her ground against an attacker in a grocery store parking lot.
30 days ago

Family of Izzy Tichenor asking for $14M, says Davis School District responsible for her death

The family of Izzy Tichenor is asking the Davis School District for more than $14 million in damages, claiming that the district and school are responsible for the events that led the fifth grader to die by suicide a year ago.
1 month ago

Layton family pleading for return of irreplaceable Halloween candy bowl

A Layton family is hoping for the return of a special bowl they set on their porch for trick-or-treaters that they say was stolen.
1 month ago

Lehi teen recounts attempted kidnapping at corn maze

A Lehi teen is sharing the terrifying moments she said a man tried to grab her outside a corn maze Saturday night. 
1 month ago

Community remembers Taylorsville teen hit and killed while trick-or-treating

The Taylorsville community is remembering the life of a 13-year-old boy who died Halloween weekend one year ago.
1 month ago

Some Sugar House fire evacuees still not allowed back as demolition continues

Some evacuees of the Sugar House fire still can’t go home, and found out Thursday evening that there’s no set timeline on when they can return.
1 month ago

Apartment fire evacuees thank community for help

Many of the hundreds of people evacuated from a massive blaze that tore through an under-construction apartment complex in Sugar House expressed thanks after receiving help from various organizations.
1 month ago

Utahns make mad dash for winter tires

The first snow of the season served as a reminder for drivers that it’s time to get tires swapped out. One shop suddenly found themselves busier than ever, and they're sharing some tips for keeping your car in tip top shape. Just as suddenly as the winter storm showed up, so did customers to Burt Brothers in Sandy.
1 month ago

Neighborhood witnesses rush to help F-35 pilot after crash

The people who live and work just north of Wednesday's F-35 crash site heard and saw the situation unfold, with some rushing up the hillside to see if the pilot was OK after seeing him eject from the jet.
1 month ago