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Sting performance with Utah Symphony in August will benefit Zion National Park

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 14th - 6:45pm

British rock musician Sting will perform with the Utah Symphony in August, and the show will benefit Zion National Park.

Man with gun 'trashed' Moab school cafeteria, police say

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Feb 14th - 11:36am

A Denver man who allegedly brought a gun into a Moab school and "trashed" one of the rooms was arrested Wednesday.

St. George woman allegedly steals nearly $350K from employer

Cody Blowers, St. George News  |  Posted Feb 11th - 10:00am

A woman is in jail after allegedly stealing nearly $350,000 from her employer by falsifying records and conducting unauthorized transactions on company accounts.

Are 2 church fires in St. George connected?

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Feb 8th - 12:14pm

Local, state and federal officials announced Friday that they are looking into whether two recent church fires in St. George are connected.

Body of snowmobiler caught in southern Utah avalanche found

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 8th - 10:37am

Search crews on Friday found the body of a St. George man who was caught in an avalanche while riding a snowmobile Thursday evening, sheriff's officials said.

Man charged with stealing cars from Las Vegas employer, selling them in St. George

Cody Blowers, St. George News  |  Posted Feb 8th - 10:33am

A Washington City man was booked into jail for investigation of a dozen felony charges after he allegedly transported his employer's vehicles from Las Vegas and sold them to car dealerships in St. George.

Paul Peterson's first signing class at Dixie State heavy on Snow College influence

Sean Walker, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 6th - 9:01pm

The Trailblazers signed 21 players Wednesday as part of the first day of the national signing period, including 17 high school players.

Feds offer $5K reward in St. George church fire case

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 6th - 7:00pm

Federal officials are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for starting a fire that destroyed a Latter-day Saint stake center last month.

Iron County School Board votes to change Cedar High's 'Redmen' mascot

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 5th - 6:34pm

The Iron County School Board has voted to change the Cedar High School Redmen mascot.

Record-breaking fire season singes Utah's budget

Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL  |  Posted Feb 5th - 1:44pm

Utah lawmakers will need to cough up nearly $20 million in extra money to cover costs for what the Utah State forester described as the worst wildfire season ever in 2018. More than 1,000 wildfires charred a half-million acres across the state.

Southbound I-15 reopens in Box Elder County; Traffic snarled in other areas due to storm

Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com and Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 5th - 6:33am

Severe winter weather caused power outages and traffic jams throughout Utah Tuesday.

Time to retire Cedar High's Redmen mascot? Board to vote Tuesday

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Feb 4th - 6:27pm

Is Cedar City High School's Redmen mascot divisive or a unifying force? After months of study, the Iron County Board of Education will vote on whether to keep or retire the mascot during a special meeting Tuesday.

A planetarium in St. George? Idea gains momentum

Cody Blowers, St. George News  |  Posted Feb 4th - 9:31am

A fascination with space has been around since the Egyptians crafted celestial objects in hieroglyphics and the constellations were depicted in globes created by the Greeks, setting the stage for the modern-day planetarium.

Man missing in Kane County found safe

Cara MacDonald, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 3rd - 1:30pm

A Kane County search and rescue member who did not return home Saturday was found safe Sunday evening, officials report.

Pilot, passenger escape injury after plane flips on private airstrip in southern Utah

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 1st - 4:06pm

No injuries were reported after the small plane two people were in flipped over while attempting to land on a snow-packed private airstrip in southern Utah Friday, federal aviation officials said.

Arizona joins Colorado River drought plan

Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press  |  Posted Feb 1st - 9:27am

Arizona delivered one of the final puzzle pieces for a Colorado River drought plan, agreeing Thursday to join six other states and Mexico in voluntarily taking less water from the constrained river.

US secretly shipped plutonium from South Carolina to Nevada

Scott Sonner, Associated Press  |  Posted Jan 31st - 2:04pm

The U.S. Department of Energy revealed on Wednesday that it secretly shipped weapons-grade plutonium from South Carolina to a nuclear security site in Nevada months ago despite the state's protests.

Rep. John Curtis cries foul over Democrats' bill to expand Bears Ears National Monument

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Jan 31st - 7:21am

Rep. John Curtis cried foul over the way his Democratic colleagues unveiled a bill Wednesday to expand Bears Ears National Monument to more than its original size.

Utah judge sides with new San Juan leader on residency question

Annie Knox, KSL  |  Posted Jan 30th - 2:32pm

A judge has affirmed the election of a Navajo Democrat to San Juan County's governing board after his Republican challenger sued to remove him from office.

Health officials urge vaccination after mumps case reported at St. George school

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Jan 29th - 6:27pm

Southern Utah health officials say they have a reported case of mumps that popped up at an elementary school in St. George earlier this month. However, they believe because of the long delay before symptoms show, there could be more cases.