Hollie Reina, St. George News | PostedMar 29th - 10:10am
Just one day after Utah Gov. Gary Herbert issued a statewide coronavirus directive that included limiting visitors of state parks to residents of the counties in which the parks are located, hundreds of visitors converged on Snow Canyon State Park.
Kelsey Cooke, St. George News | PostedMar 26th - 9:44am
Gavin Michael Haar received the maximum sentence Wednesday in the Cedar City 5th District Court for second-degree felony child abuse and the first-degree felony murder of 2-year-old Christopher Leader Jr.
A Provo man with a history of drunken driving, including pleading guilty to DUI just a month ago, was arrested Sunday after police spotted him driving 118 mph with a blood alcohol level of more than three times the legal limit.
Prosecutors say the Taylorsville retiree accused of accidentally starting the massive Brian Head wildfire in 2017 has agreed to plead no contest to a remaining misdemeanor charge, part of a plea deal that recommends probation and a fine.
The same day a third Utahn from the Diamond Princess cruise ship tested positive for the coronavirus, the first Utahn to contract the virus tested negative for the first time in his nearly two week stay at a Japanese hospital.
A proposal for potential oil and gas development in the popular Slickrock Trail recreation area in Grand County is stoking opposition from local elected leaders, outdoor recreation companies and even Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, who says the leases should be pulled.