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    Citizen tips aid in capture of burglary suspect
    ST. GEORGE   – The St. George Police Department announced Monday that a burglary suspect has been positively identified and arrested thanks to an overwhelming response from the public in helping id...
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    Avalanche Snow Warning
    SOUTHERN UTAH — + Video — The old saying “In like a lion, out like a lamb" may hold true this March in southern Utah as an early spring storm moves it’s way across the region. An avalanche warning ...
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    Recycling worker transported to hospital after getting leg caught in machine
    ST. GEORGE   – A 23-year-old man working at Dixie Metal Recycling, 1554 E. 4330 South Circle, in the Fort Pierce Industrial Complex in St. George was transported to the hospital Monday after gettin...
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    SUV rolls during 2-vehicle collision near Fossil Ridge; STGnews Videocast
    ST. GEORGE  – A two-vehicle collision on 383 S. Mall Drive in front of Fossil Ridge Intermediate School early Monday morning caused one vehicle to flip on its side and land in the median. Click the...
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    “All Things Bright and Beautiful” concert will be presented by Southern Utah Heritage Choir Mar. 8
    ST. GEORGE — On Sunday, March 8th, the Southern Utah Heritage Choir will present a musical fireside, “All Things Bright and Beautiful.” The performance will be held in the St. George Tabernacle at ...
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    ‘Ride for Heroes’ poker run benefits firefighters, emergency responders; tickets on sale
    WASHINGTON CITY —  The fourth annual “Ride for Heroes Poker Run and Benefit” will begin and end at Zion Harley Davidson, 2345 N. Coral Canyon Blvd. in Washington, Saturday, offering participants a ...
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    Attendance at annual fundraising banquet tops 500, surprises organizers
    ST. GEORGE –   Over 500 people attended Hope Pregnancy Care Center’s 10th Annual Banquet held at the Dixie Center Saturday and themed “Be a Life Preserver.” This year’s theme was taken from Genesis...
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    Man allegedly showboats on motorcycle, falls off, transported to hospital
    ST. GEORGE   — A 30-year-old St. George man was transported to the hospital with head injuries Saturday night following a motorcycle collision on North 1550 West in St. George. At approximately 8:3...
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    Winter Weather Advisory issued for Washington, Iron, Kane, Garfield, Beaver counties
    UPDATED: 1:30 p.m. Sunday SOUTHERN UTAH  — The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a “Winter Weather Advisory” for Washington, Iron, Kane, Garfield and Beaver counties in effect f...
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    ‘Fire and Ice Gala’ brings regal turnout, bright promise for students; STG News Videocast
    ST. GEORGE –  The 11th Annual “Fire and Ice Gala” Friday evening filled the SunRiver Ballroom, 4210 S. Bluegrass Way in St. George, with glitz, glamour and high purpose to fund need-based scholarsh...
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    Local/Regional News
    Rain doesn’t dampen the action at 32nd annual Rhino Rally; STGnews Videocast
    LITTLEFIELD, Ariz.   — A few miles south of Washington City near the Utah/Arizona border, motocross riders filled their tanks, prepped their bikes and geared up for the 32nd annual Rhino Rally earl...
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    Racers brave cold temps, rain at Road Rage Duathlon; STGnews Videocast, Photo Gallery
    ST. GEORGE   – Rain, cold, wind and more rain marked the third annual Road Rage Duathlon, held Saturday morning at Lava Ridge Intermediate School in St. George, with temperatures sitting in the low...
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    Missing elderly man with dementia found safe; Project Lifesaver option
    ST. GEORGE   – An elderly man who was described as having dementia went missing in St. George Friday night and was found safe thanks to an alert citizen. Around 8:30 p.m., it was reperted to police...
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    Roundup in the sky: 3-day Balloons & Tunes festival launches in Kanab; STGnews Videocast, Photo Gallery
    KANAB   – A drab, gray sky exploded with color Friday morning as balloon enthusiasts from all over the country launched their bright vessels into the February sky, kicking off the very first Balloo...
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    Police collar suspect in rash of Mesquite burglaries
    MESQUITE, Nev.   – A 33-year-old man allegedly involved in multiple home burglaries was arrested in Mesquite, Nevada, Thursday. The Mesquite Police Department announced Friday afternoon that office...
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    Concerns linger over mental evaluations for teen murder suspect
    ST. GEORGE   – A recent mental evaluation declaring a teen murder suspect mentally competent drew “serious misgivings” from the defense, who told the court in St. George Thursday that he believes t...
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    Two Southern Utah businesses gain international awards
    ST. GEORGE – +VIDEO — Two southern Utah companies are now the proud recipients of the Vanguard in International Business Awards. The awards, in partnership with the Utah Department of Workforce Ser...
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    FCC’s Open Internet rules; death to the Internet? Utah congressmen react
    ST. GEORGE –  The Federal Communications Commission’s “Open Internet Order: New Rules to Protect an Open Internet” announced Thursday, aims, the FCC says, to protect free expression and innovation ...
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    Senator Hatch reacts to FCC vote advancing sweeping Net Neutrality rules
    WASHINGTON D.C. — Senator Orrin G. Hatch, member and former chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, issued the following statement following the FCC's passage of new internet regulations. "The ...
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    City officials visit tree farm, water treatment facility
    ST. GEORGE   – On a hill overlooking the regional water reclamation facility on the edge of the Bloomington neighborhood of St. George is the city’s tree farm. Row after row of young trees, up to 1...
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