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Officials identify 3 dead in crash on US Highway 89 near Kanab

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Updated Dec 3rd - 10:45am

Three people who died in a crash Sunday evening on U.S. Highway 89 east of Kanab have been identified by authorities.

Task force completes investigation into fatal officer-involved shooting

Cody Blowers, St. George News  |  Posted Dec 3rd - 8:47am

After a multi-week investigation by the Iron County Critical Incident Task Force, the Iron County Attorney’s Office has come to a conclusion in regard to November’s fatal officer-involved shooting.

598 crashes: UHP makes yet another plea to slow down following 'horrendous' weekend

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Updated Dec 2nd - 11:12pm

From Wednesday through Sunday, the UHP responded to 598 crashes — 350 of those from Ogden to Payson — resulting in four fatalities.

Holladay man dies after diving into pool at Millard County hot springs

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Nov 27th - 11:01am

A man died early Sunday morning after diving into a pool at Meadow Hot Springs in Millard County, authorities confirmed.

Lots of snow expected in Utah through Thanksgiving holidays

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Updated Nov 27th - 9:55am

More snow is expected to begin Wednesday across the Wasatch Front as Utah prepares for treacherous Thanksgiving travel conditions.

Winter storm warning issued for northern, western Utah

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Updated Nov 26th - 6:16pm

Following Monday’s winter weather across Utah, and the announcement of a winter storm warning, road and traffic conditions could be hazardous as people prepare for Thanksgiving travel.

2 troopers hit as UHP investigates 270 crashes on snowy Utah roads

Jacob Klopfenstein and Lauren Bennett, KSL.com  |  Updated Nov 25th - 10:27pm

By 5 p.m., Utah Highway Patrol troopers had investigated 147 crashes. Just a few hours later, UHP had investigated 270 crashes and two troopers had been hit while doing so.

How battles for voting rights are playing out in America and San Juan County

Xoel Cardenas, KSL.com  |  Posted Nov 25th - 10:35am

You may have heard the term “voter suppression” at some point. There’s a good chance you have heard the term during election season. But do you know what it actually means and how it works?

Although an overall healthy state, Utah sees a rise in diabetes

David Louis, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 24th - 2:48pm

Although Utah ranks as one of the healthiest states in the nation, cases of diabetes are on the rise.

Hiker who died after falling from Zion National Park trail identified as park employee

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Nov 22nd - 9:36am

A woman who died after falling from the Angels Landing trail in Zion National Park earlier this week has been identified as a park worker, authorities said.

S. Utah residents rally to appeal decision to euthanize ‘trainable’ dog

Ryann Richardson, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 22nd - 6:25am

Residents of Ivins and Santa Clara are working on their second appeal to save a young dog who has been ordered euthanized, even after being deemed trainable.

Body of missing hiker found below Angels Landing

Ryne Williams, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 21st - 2:33pm

Following notification on Wednesday of both a missing hiker in Zion National Park and a reported fall from the Angels Landing trail, park officials have announced the body of the missing hiker has been found.

Cedar City man sentenced following alleged $58K tax return scam, insurance fraud

Cody Blowers, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 21st - 9:27am

A Cedar City man was sentenced in federal court for an alleged tax scheme involving more than $58,000 in public funds in addition to several charges relating to theft and insurance fraud.

‘It was definitely targeted’: Colorado City officials investigate bullet holes in high school exterior

Ryann Richardson, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 21st - 9:00am

Officials are investigating an incident that led to the discovery of bullet holes in the side of El Capitan High School in Colorado City, Arizona last week.

Valley rain, mountain snow breaks Utah dry spell as slow storm moves into state

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Updated Nov 20th - 10:14am

Rain is falling in the valleys and snow is dusting the mountains on Wednesday as the first significant storm in several weeks has arrived at the Wasatch Front.

Zion National Park is now 100 years old — it’s feeling its age

Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL  |  Posted Nov 18th - 11:11pm

Utah’s most popular national park is tackling record-breaking visitation.

Storms to bring rain, snow throughout Utah; St. George dry spell expected to end

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Nov 18th - 8:33pm

A slow-moving storm that’s forecast to bring rain and snow throughout the state this week could bring St. George's record dry spell to an end.

Zion National Park: Angels Landing trail temporarily closed after rockfall

Ryann Richardson, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 18th - 10:08am

Zion National Park officials have closed one of their most widely known trails after a rockfall late Saturday afternoon.

Prospective pilots get training in simulation program

Kaitlyn Bancroft, Associated Press  |  Updated Nov 16th - 12:36pm

It's a Wednesday afternoon in St. George, and some area high school students are gathering to practice their piloting skills.

Work on the redesign of Zion’s south entrance begins

Mori Kessler, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 15th - 9:59am

Construction on the redesign of Zion National Park’s southern entrance began this week with the expectation it will help visitors get into the park faster.