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North Logan man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting teen girl
LOGAN — A 24-year-old North Logan man has confessed to molesting a 17-year-old girl. Domnic Harris accepted a plea deal that could still send him to prison. Harris appeared in 1st District Court Monday morning. He pleaded guilty to one count of forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony. In excha
Credit union expanding to Logan and changing its name
Box Elder County Credit Union is expanding its operation to Logan in the spring of 2020 and changing its name to Elevate Credit Union, said Box Elder Credit Union CEO Scott Webre. The name change is expected to change Jan. 1, next year.
New opioid treatment clinic open at Logan Regional Hospital
Logan Regional Hospital’s new opioid treatment clinic, Dayspring in Logan, is open and accepting patients with a Grand Opening in May. The clinic’s medical director, Dr. Eric Barker, said it is a federally-certified clinic, the only type allowed to provide the full spectrum of all the FDA-approved m
School District: Alleged Logan High threat unrelated to Cache Valley schools
LOGAN, Utah — Logan High School administrators received a notification warning of a potential act of violence, but the Instagram post that prompted the warning is referring to a school in Ft. Worth, Texas, according to an update from the Logan School District.
Utah man accused of raping a woman while he was still facing charges for sexually assaulting another woman
A Provo man is behind bars after police say he raped a woman he had just met while he was still going through court proceedings for sexually assaulting another woman. Brandon Dorado, 33, was arrested Friday for the latest accusations when he showed up for a court appearance. Prosecutors filed the ne
Sheriff warning of new scam targeting local citizens
LOGAN — A new scam is catching local citizens. The phone scheme is similar to others that have caused many people to become victims and lose money. Cache County Sheriff Chad Jensen said the newest con is by phone calls. The caller allegedly claims they are trying to collect money for an alleged debt
Police say Utah man was shot four times when he tried to break up fight
A man was shot four times when he tried to break up a fight Monday in West Valley City, police said. The shooting occurred about 9 p.m. when two people were having a disagreement near 3850 W. Benview Ave., FOX 13 reported. A witness who was on the other street tried to intervene, police said.
4 prominent Northern Utah criminal cases profiled in TV specials
Northern Utah is no stranger to odd crimes. Here are some that gained national attention. Take a look below at four prominent cases from the Weber and Davis county areas featured on national true crime TV shows.
Prep roundup: Logan boys win SV Invite
It continues to be a memorable season for Logan's boys track & field team as the Grizzlies reigned supreme at the 15-team Sky View Invitational last Saturday. The Grizzlies won five events and finished second in six others en route to racking up 161 points, which was 20.5 more than runner-up Mountai
Hundreds of miles away, Utah couple watches live as burglar and police enter their home
DRAPER, Utah — A Draper couple is sharing videos they watched in horror as someone broke into their home while they were on vacation. Janette Butner and her husband were in Moab for the Easter Jeep Safari when an alert popped up on their phones.
Local man arrested in Utah for enticing a minor
LAYTON, Utah — A Blackfoot man was arrested Thursday in Utah after he believed he was talking with a teenage girl on social media. Jaden Paul Burt, 23, was arrested for enticing a minor through the internet or text message, according to KUTV.
LCSD evaluates response to threat false alarm
An Instagram post about a potential act of violence at a school received over the weekend was proven to be a false alarm, according to the Logan schools superintendent, but the incident has district officials reminding students and community members that threats like this are taken seriously.
Family of Florida man sues state of Utah entities over summer drowning
WASATCH COUNTY (ABC4 News) - The family of a Florida man who drowned in the summer of 2018 while kayaking the Provo River is suing Heber Valley Railroad Foundation and several state of Utah entities, claiming his death could have been prevented.
“One In 50 Million” Utah Man Has Organs In Reversed Position
ST. GEORGE, Utah — From the outside, he looks totally normal—but on the inside, Scott Berryessa is completely mixed up and incredibly rare. He has a genetic condition relatively unknown because of how few people are diagnosed with it.
Cache County seeks public input on future transportation projects.
The Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMPO) is looking for feedback from the public on long range transportation projects. “We are looking at our regional transportation plan that pulls together a vision for the future,” according to Jeff Gilbert, CMPO transportation planner. “We are looking
This fan's incredible hair has given the Utah Jazz reason to believe
When it comes to court side seats these days, it's tough to tell what's real and what's not. From dance battles to dipping chicken tenders in Pepsi to promote your non-starter music career, premium seating across America has become a watercolor smear of reality and make believe—a commercial-break-by
Utah mayor's aggressive behavior violated city policies, investigator concludes
GRANTSVILLE — A newly-released version of a previously heavily redacted report shows an investigator concluded that a Utah mayor — who has been accused of being demeaning and physically intimidating to former city employees and others — violated city policies multiple times.
Hyde Park convicted drug dealer sentenced to prison
LOGAN — A 38-year-old Hyde Park man has been sentenced to prison after a judge said there were no more options available. Dennon W. Wells was ordered to serve no more than 15-years, after previously being convicted of dealing drugs and other crimes.
Moab is drowning in tourists, and Utah is making Grand County spend millions a year to invite more
At Denver International Airport, an electronic billboard beams a short video to travelers, extolling the wonders of Moab and its redrock environs as a great place to vacation and seek adventure. Utah Transit Authority train cars plying the streets of Salt Lake County are wrapped in the irresistible
7 underrated Utah drives, according to a travel expert
SALT LAKE CITY — Christy Karras is a travel writer with a fondness for the American West. She recently released an updated copy of "Scenic Driving in Utah: Exploring the State's Most Spectacular Back Roads," which takes you through 28 road trips across the state.