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Monday, January 17, 2022

Search and Rescue crews called out for Salt Lake County hikers

Salt Lake County Sheriff's Search and Rescue crews made their way to Lake Blanche Trail in Ferguson Canyon twice in recent days on rescue missions.

Head-on crash with wrong-way driver shuts down part of I-215

A wrong-way  driver heading south on northbound Interstate 215 West slammed head-on into a semi early Sunday, sending one person to the hospital in critical condition and three with less serious injuries.

UHP recovers more than stolen car in Davis County chase

A chase hitting speeds higher than 100 miles an hour turned up bank cards and more than a hundred IDs when it came crashing to an end Thursday morning.

Hunter High principal sends message of love, support to students, family, staff in wake...

The principal of Hunter High School, Ryan Oaks, is sending a message of love and support to students, family and staff, as they attempt to cope with Thursday's shooting, which killed two students and critically wounded a third.

Cache County Sheriff: Lewiston man stabbed, sister being questioned

Cache County Sheriff investigators are at the scene of an apparent stabbing Saturday afternoon in Lewiston.

Cache County chiropractor charged with forcible sexual abuse

A Cache County man has been arrested after allegedly touching chiropractic patients inappropriately during exams at his office in Providence.

Driver injured in I-15 rollover in Draper

One person has suffered serious injuries in a rollover crash on Interstate 15 in Draper.

Grantsville High teacher booked on suspicion of felony crimes against student

A Grantsville physical education and health teacher was arrested Wednesday after a former student alleged he abused her when she was 14 and 15.

Salt Lake City School District going to ‘temporary period of remote learning’

The Salt Lake City School District is going to a temporary period of remote learning beginning Wednesday, January 19.

Update: Salem man, naked in river, ‘would not have survived’ without deputies’ efforts, UCSO...

A 43-year-old Salem man may owe his life to Utah County Sheriff's deputies who at first pursued his speeding vehicle in Hobble Creek Canyon and then tracked him in deep snow for several miles on Friday.