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How dangerous is your city? List of Utah’s 20 safest cities

(KUTV) — After taking second place in 2019, the Highland/Alpine area has been named the safest city in Utah in 2020, according to a new report. SafeWise, an independent review site, released its sixth annual ranking of the safest cities in every state. The list compared 2018 FBI crime report statistics on property crime and violent crime to determine the… Keep Reading

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Neighbors Call For Change After Lehi Mailman Hit By Car

LEHI, Utah – Residents say they warned for years about the dangerous location of a mailbox where a mailman was hit by a suspected impaired driver on Tuesday. “It could have been any one of us,” said Ashley Budd, who lives nearby and witnessed the crash. “It’s traumatic to try and get our mail at this point.”… Keep Reading

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Hikers, speedsters, drinkers kept police busy all weekend

SALT LAKE CITY — The traditional weekend to kick off the summer turned out to be an extremely busy one for first responders. The Memorial Day weekend — one of the first weekends Utahns had the chance to get out with fewer COVID-19 restrictions — kept police, Utah Highway Patrol troopers, and search and rescue… Keep Reading

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7 hikers rescued in 2 Utah counties on Memorial Day

KUTV) — Search and rescue crews stayed busy over Memorial Day weekend as they safely recovered several hikers in two Utah counties. In Utah County, rescue crews helped a young man rappelling down a slope at Bridal Veil Falls. He had gone out above a steep scree slope and couldn’t get back to safety on his… Keep Reading

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Couple turns heads with elaborate coronavirus yard displays

(KSL) – At Christmas time, Mike and June Willes’ yard in front of their Lehi, Utah home is adorned with a quarter-million lights and countless other decorations. At Halloween, as many as 50 skeletons are deployed to spook the living who are in search of a fun neighborhood haunt for themselves and their children. When the… Keep Reading

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UTA celebrates superhero days

It’s not every day Superman, Wonder Woman or Ironman can be found driving a Utah Transit Authority bus around town, but according to their bosses, the drivers are superheroes, nonetheless. That is what UTA Regional General Manager Mary DeLaMare-Schaefer is saying about her Utah County team — they are frontline heroes. “Our employees are coming… Keep Reading

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