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Utah scientists work to find better way to illuminate road lines

SALT LAKE CITY — It's no secret that when the sun goes down, it gets more difficult to see, especially for drivers on roads across Utah. "I know it's an issue, I drive down those roads and I can't see the lanes and I'm just guessing," said Jason Nance.

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Utah scientists work to find better way to illuminate road lines

Former Real Salt Lake Player Stranded In Israel Amid Missiles, War

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Former Real Salt Lake midfielder Sebastián Velásquez is stranded in Israel amid missiles and war as the civil unrest between Israel and Palestine continues. Velásquez, 30, has posted videos to his social media channels pleading for help as he hopes to escape the battle-torn country.

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Former Real Salt Lake Player Stranded In Israel Amid Missiles, War

Two arrested after Summit County pursuit reaching into Wyoming

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Two people are in custody after a high-speed chase that started in Utah and ended in Wyoming. The Summit County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the Jeremy Ranch area. Deputies found a vehicle, which took off at a high rate of speed.

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Two arrested after Summit County pursuit reaching into Wyoming

DWS launches new service for Utah job seekers

SALT LAKE CITY — State officials have a new campaign to help Utah workers find a new job or a better job. Utah Workforce Services is offering free one-on-one help for job seekers through the revamped website, jobs.utah.gov/career. This new Career and Education campaign launched on Monday.

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DWS launches new service for Utah job seekers

Utah man has been charged with DUI and auto homicide

A Beaver County man has been charged with driving under the influence and crashing his car, causing the death of a passenger. Anthony Mickelson, 59, of Minersville, was charged in 5th District Court with automobile homicide and DUI, both third-degree felonies. According to the charges, Mickelson rolled his car off a steep embankment on Pass Road about 6-8 miles east of Milford on Friday.

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Utah man has been charged with DUI and auto homicide

BYU Football: Position Preview – Quarterbacks

PROVO, UT - AUGUST 29: Jaren Hall #3 of the BYU Cougars rushes the ball against the Utah Utes during their game at LaVell Edwards Stadium on August 29, in Provo, Utah.(Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images) With the departure of Zach Wilson, BYU Football turns its attention to three potential starters with huge shoes to fill.

chatsports.com ,  1h 1
BYU Football: Position Preview – Quarterbacks

Beautiful spring day; showery & cool later this week

Isolated showers are possible over the NE and Central Mountains, as well as Eastern Utah.Otherwise, high pressure building over Utah later today will bring warmer, dry weather.Winds will increase late Wednesday and Thursday, leading to high fire danger across the south and create some areas of blowing dust.

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Beautiful spring day; showery & cool later this week

Pineview Reservoir water level 18 feet below normal

OGDEN – It's only May, but water levels at many of Utah's reservoirs are already below what we'd normally see in the fall and there's little runoff remaining to melt away.That's why water managers have urged everyone to conserve.Pineview Reservoir water levels already registered about 18 feet below normal.

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Pineview Reservoir water level 18 feet below normal

Salt Lake City police chief: Utah will allow legal noncitizens to be officers — and Washington should take notice

Gov.Spencer Cox recently signed a bill that would allow noncitizens to serve as law enforcement officers if they are lawful residents, have been in the U.S. for at least five years and have legal authorization to work in the country.As Salt Lake City’s chief of police, I support this law.

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Salt Lake City police chief: Utah will allow legal noncitizens to be officers — and Washington should take notice

A Long-Awaited Development has Begun at the Highland Marketplace

Located in Highland City, Utah Bordering the Infamous Silicon Slopes Highland City, Utah, May 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- May 18, 2021– Highland City, Utah To a local resident, we see construction happen, businesses pop up and grand openings with invitations to visit.

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A Long-Awaited Development has Begun at the Highland Marketplace

Bear conflicts increase in drought years; DWR offers tips for keeping safe in the wild

LATEST STORIES SALT LAKE CITY — Utah is black bear country, and the likelihood of conflicts with bears increases during a drought year when a bear’s normal food supply is decreased, leading them to seek alternate food sources. Black bears live and roam throughout much of Utah.

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Bear conflicts increase in drought years; DWR offers tips for keeping safe in the wild

Farmers Feeding Utah Food Distribution Blitz Held in Seven Locations

A recent donation from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Farmers Feeding Utah program will help aid those in need through a statewide food distribution blitz held Wednesday, May 19, at seven locations in Utah. Early in the pandemic of 2020, many farmers had nowhere to send their commodities, while many Utah families faced economic issues and loss of income.

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Farmers Feeding Utah Food Distribution Blitz Held in Seven Locations

Police: Utah man shoots up vehicle in Pocatello road rage incident

A 22-year-old Utah man has been arrested for allegedly firing several shots at another motorist's vehicle — striking the victim's front-seat headrest — while driving on Interstate 15 through Pocatello Monday morning, state police said. State police said Christian Heskett, of West Jordan, Utah, was driving a 1996 GMC Sierra pickup, registered to a family member from Ashton, when he fired several shots at the victim's bronze Toyota Matrix at 8:09 a.m. Police said the bullets missed the victim, and nobody was seriously injured, though there were reports of someone being cut by shattered glass.

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Police: Utah man shoots up vehicle in Pocatello road rage incident

On This Day: Trail Blazers set playoff record for fewest points in a quarter

On May 18, 1999, the Portland Trail Blazers suffered a 93-83 loss to the Utah Jazz in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals and set an NBA playoff record in the process. The Trail Blazers, who were led by Brian Grant and Damon Stoudamire, held a 78-74 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

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On This Day: Trail Blazers set playoff record for fewest points in a quarter

Gephardt: Location can affect insurance savings after home improvement

SALT LAKE CITY – Many Utahns have used their time at home during the pandemic to make improvements to their abodes, and even small projects can save you a lot on home insurance.But as the KSL Investigators crunched the data, something surprising jumped out: Those insurance discounts do not apply the same to everyone.

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Gephardt: Location can affect insurance savings after home improvement

Utah man charged after he shot and killed his roommate’s dog

Suspect allegedly fired at a wall inside his home and the bullet struck the pet. A Taylorsville man is facing multiple felony charges after he allegedly fired a gun inside his home, killing his roommate’s dog with a stray bullet. The 31-year-old suspect was charged in 3rd District Court with three counts of illegal discharge of a firearm, third-degree felonies; and one count each of aggravated cruelty to an animal and criminal mischief, Class B misdemeanors.

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Utah man charged after he shot and killed his roommate’s dog

Books and Films to Check Out for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

For Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, we asked Tufts alumni and faculty to recommend books and films that give voice to Asian and Pacific Islander stories.The offerings they suggest range widely, helping us see different sides of the Asian American and Pacific Islander experience.

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Books and Films to Check Out for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Taking the Kids -- and thinking about the great outdoors

Dr. Stephen Nicholson got tired of being hated. "Doc" Nicholson is the nicest guy and one you couldn't imagine would inspire hatred -- except for his profession."People would come into the office saying they hate you," he explained. That's because Doc Nicholson was a dentist and no one likes going to the dentist, although these days, for some, that could be a welcome respite from shelter-at-home directives.

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Taking the Kids -- and thinking about the great outdoors