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A Utah lawmaker is seeking private donations for a tribute honoring a Washington City man who would have been his intern this legislative session.
Students and employees of Dixie State University in St. George have a new way to get around.
Police say a Utah couple was rescued after becoming stranded in the wilderness and spending the night in their car.
Steven Urquhart, a Republican member of the Utah Senate from St. George, has announced his retirement.
A judge will allow St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson be his own lawyer as he faces Internet fraud charges.
Court records show federal magistrate judge Paul Warner granted the request Monday, despite calling it stupid and ill-conceived during a hearing last week in Salt Lake City.
St. George police are investigating after finding a pipe bomb strapped to the office door of a car wash.
KUTV-TV reports that police were called to the Ultra Car Wash on Saturday after the owner arrived at work and found it attached to the door.
St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson, who faces Internet fraud charges, says he wants to represent himself at his trial in February.
Dixie State University in St. George has announced finalists in its efforts to rebrand the school's mascot and nickname for its athletics teams.
Police say a man has fallen to his death while canyoneering in southern Utah.
Washington County Sheriff's Deputies say he was with three other people at a canyon north of St. George when he fell about 40 feet on Wednesday afternoon
Dixie State University in St. George is seeking public feedback on a potential new mascot.
The city of St. George has decided to continue its ban on short-term rentals of properties, effectively closing the city to services like Airbnb.
We have updates on close results from Southern Utah elections earlier this month.
Even two days after election day, some races in southwestern Utah have still been left undecided.
Southern Utah is getting the state's second medical school.
Amidst the aftermath of the shootings in Charleston came word of a discussion a bit closer to home.