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    Many Utahns hit the road for the 4th of July
    UTAH — Utahns will be backyard barbecuing, recreating or traveling for a get-away this weekend to celebrate the 4th of July. With drought conditions and hot temperatures, safety is always a concern...
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    Feds intend to drop some charges in Jeremy Johnson fraud case
    ST. GEORGE   – As both sides prepare for a complex trial, federal prosecutors said Tuesday they intend to drop some of the 86 fraud charges against St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson and four as...
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    Superior Concrete Products and Diamond Ranch Academy build Sydney’s Shelter – a home for rescued pets in Hurricane
    EULESS, Texas – Todd Sternfeld, CEO and owner of Superior Concrete Products (SCP), a North-Texas-based manufacturer of precast concrete fence and barrier products, has a soft heart. When his 18-yea...
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    High fire danger prompts fire restrictions in Washington County
    SOUTHERN UTAH - Color Country Interagency Fire Managers are implementing fire restrictions just days before 4th of July celebrations due to high fire danger. Hot, dry conditions have prompted the r...
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    Heat wave especially dangerous to animals
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — + Video – With an average maximum temperature of 99.9 degrees in the month of June, St. George is about five degrees above normal this month. St. George has recorded triple digit...
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    Arizona Sting operation nets 30 unlicensed contractors
    PHOENIX — On Monday, June 29, 2015, the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (AZ ROC) concluded a statewide sting operation targeting unlicensed entities performing contracting work. As a result, nine ...
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    Wildfire spans across 4,000 acres in 5 days
    ST. GEORGE, Utah   — Fire managers and staff from the Bureau of Land Management Arizona Strip District, Grand Canyon National Park and Lake Mead National Recreation Area continue firefighting effor...
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    Authorities restrict some fireworks use during the 4th of July holiday
    SOUTHERN UTAH — Authorities statewide will be keeping an eye out for the illegal use of fireworks. Not only are certain types of fireworks illegal, but they can be dangerous. With the hot, dry cond...
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    Dixie Care & Share in transitional move to Switchpoint
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — + Video – It’s a place that will never be forgotten, especially by those who called it their “temporary” home. Dixie Care & Share of St. George is permanently closing it’s doors ...
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    Urgent recall issued for Chrysler’s Jeep Grand Cherokee, Dodge Durango
    ST. GEORGE, Utah   — Fiat Chrysler is advising approximately 65 SUV owners in the United States to stop driving their vehicles after issuing a recall Sunday of the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Dur...
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    Body of missing Kanab man found in San Juan County
    SAN JUAN COUNTY, Utah   – The body of a 69-year-old Kanab man reported missing earlier this week was found near Canyonlands National Park, authorities reported Saturday. Kenneth Johnson, of Kanab, ...
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    Lightning strike kills one and injures several others in Northern Arizona mountain area
    FOREST LAKES, Ariz. – A lightning strike in the Mogollon Rim area caused the death of a young female and injured several others when they sought shelter underneath a ponderosa pine tree during a th...
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    Groovefest grooves on despite founder’s illness
    CEDAR CITY,Utah –   The show-stopping sounds of the many artists who jammed their way into the hearts of thousands at the 2015 Groovefest Music and Art Festival only played second fiddle to one man...
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    Radiant heat fuels lightning caused wildfire southeast of St. George
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Temperatures heating up into the hundreds are contributing to the growth of a lightning caused fire that's been burning southeast of St. George since Wednesday. Triple digit temp...
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    Multi-Agency response to injured hiker in Sycamore Falls on Thursday; two on Saturday
    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – On June 25, at 12:00 p.m., Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Coconino County Search and Rescue personnel responded to the report of a rappelling accident at Sycamore ...
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    Floating store opens at Halls Crossing Marina
    PAGE, Ariz. – A new floating convenience store and snack bar has arrived at the Halls Crossing Marina. Barges towed the store nearly 100 miles up Lake Powell to its new home on a journey that laste...
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    Mt. Emma Fire burns more than 2,000 acres southeast of St. George
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Fire officials on the lightning caused Mt. Emma Fire burning 75 miles southeast of St. George report that it has now grown to more than 2,000 acres. The blaze started in a remote...
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    Dixie Care & Share to close it's doors permanently July 1
    ST. GEORGE, Utah – After 30 years of serving families in need in St George and Washington County, Dixie Care & Share is closing it's doors. SwitchPoint will assume the housing and food pantry servi...
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    Iron County Sheriff's Department warns of scams on car sales and insurance claims
    IRON COUNTY, Utah - The Iron County Sheriff's Office is warning people of two car related scams reported in their area. One has to do with scammers trying to sell cars online, the other is a phone ...
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    Two SUU students are honored as Big Sky Scholar Athletes
    OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference announced the 2014-15 Scholar Athlete Award winners today. The following student athletes were selected by their respective institutions based upon athletic and...
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