ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana technology company has won a military contract to build an energy storage system at a U.S. Army munitions storage depot in Utah. Anderson, Indiana-based Go Electric Inc.'s $1.7 million contract calls for it to install a 1 megawatt array of lithium-ion batteries at Tooele Army Depot in Tooele, Utah. The power storage system will enhance the northern Utah depot's self-sufficient energy grid.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A transgender patient is suing a Utah doctor who they say removed both of their ovaries after the two had discussed only removing one. The Salt Lake Tribune reports Lesley Ann Shaw filed a lawsuit July 21 in the 3rd District Court against Dr. Rixt Luikenaar for malpractice. The 37-year-old, who does not identify as male or female, went to the doctor after experiencing menstruation problems and pain for several weeks. The doctor's lawyer says the doctor is a well-qualified OB/GYN.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Officials say a girl who was run over by an SUV in front of her home has died. A Utah County Sheriff's Office press release says 3-year-old Charlie Nielson was in a Salt Lake City hospital in critical condition and on life support. The Daily Herald reports Nielson's family decided to take her off life support.
BUNKERVILLE, Nev. (AP) — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke toured two national monuments in Nevada on Sunday and canceled plans for meetings Monday in the Las Vegas area in order to head back to Washington, D.C., for what he said will be a Cabinet meeting involving President Donald Trump's top appointees. Zinke met reporters outside a rancher's home in Bunkerville. He didn't say he has made any decisions about whether to downsize the sprawling Gold Butte and Basin and Range monuments