John Hollenhorst, KSL TV | Posted Aug 14th - 10:15pm
After most school massacres, people look back and realize there were warning signs that everyone missed — or didn't take seriously. Now, Utah is moving toward a mental health approach designed to catch those red flags before a tragedy takes place.
Marking the one-year anniversary of the beginning of Operation Rio Grande, community leaders gathered to report the successes and shortfalls over the last 12 months. The good: Crime is down. The bad: There aren't enough treatment beds to go around.