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    UHP Trooper injured during crash investigation near Cedar City
    CEDAR CITY, Utah – (July 6, 2015 05:00 PM) + Video – A Utah Highway Patrol Trooper was injured after being pinned underneath a vehicle during an investigation on Interstate 15 near Cedar City. On M...
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    City cleans up after flash flood ushers in the beginning of monsoon season
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video– With nearly an inch of rain and hail literally ‘dropping’ over St. George July 3rd, City road crews will spend the next few days cleaning up the aftermath of the storm. ...
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    City animal shelter hopes to reunite lost pets after fireworks weekend
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video– The City of St. George Animal Shelter was inundated with calls Monday morning from pet owners as well as those who found lost pets over the 4th of July weekend. Noise fr...
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    Jehovah’s Witnesses welcome all to 2015 “Imitate Jesus!” St. George convention July 10
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Jehovah’s Witnesses will hold their annual conventions at the Burns Arena, Dixie State University. They extend an open invitation for all to attend. The theme of this year’s prog...
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    Man arrested on multiple counts of aggravated assault
    ASH FORK, Ariz. — On June 27, 2015 at approximately 10:48 p.m., Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a single family residence located in Kaibab Estates West which is a rural unincorpora...
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    Battle over cattle: Controversy at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
    KANAB, Utah   – A longtime battle rages between ranchers and conservationists over cattle grazing at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument – a national monument signed into being by President...
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    Protecting your pet from heat hazards; STGnews Videocast
    ST. GEORGE, Utah –  With temperatures well into the 100s in Southern Utah, it’s important to be aware of a few hazards your pets face. Asphalt can burn paw pads, hot cars can kill and a shadeless y...
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    Healthy Dixie Council presents recognition award to local healthy posture specialist
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — The Healthy Dixie Council of Washington County announced that Lorri Soqui, nationally recognized healthy posture specialist, has been named the recipient of the Healthy Dixie Rec...
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    All-American ’dog hog’ breaks record on the 4th
    ST. GEORGE, Utah, - + Video – It took only 12 minutes, but it may have felt like a lifetime for those participating in the hot dog eating contest at Vernon Worthen Park in St. George Saturday after...
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    Cloud burst creates ‘gully washer’ for St. George
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – Residents of St. George experienced a major summer storm late Friday afternoon causing some flash flooding. The thunderstorm moved in quickly around 4:30 p.m. dropping ...
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    President Boyd K. Packer dies At age 90
    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Boyd K. Packer, president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died at home Friday, July 3, 2015, at about 2 p.m. MDT from...
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    Heads Up, Thumbs Up campaign: Police give quarterly report
    ST. GEORGE —   Heads Up, Thumbs Up is a campaign to end distracted driving in St. George. It provides statistics about distracted driving and a pledge to stop driving while distracted. St. George P...
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    Hundreds of FLDS members work to build wall around meeting house
    COLORADO CITY, Ariz.  — A huge group of men and boys of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints have been working to build a block wall around the Leroy S. Johnson Meeting Ho...
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    Virgin River drought calls for 'immediate cease' of some surface water rights
    WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah - + Video – Drought conditions have already taken their toll on the Virgin River this summer. On Friday, the Utah Department of Natural Resources mandated a cease of diversi...
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    Come for lunch and meet Bike and Build participants
    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Thirty-one “amazing” cyclists on the southern U.S. team of the national non-profit Bike and Build will pedal into St. George on Wednesday, July 8 to promote the need for and impo...
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    St. George Fireworks Show on 4th ‘synchronized’ to music
    ST. GEORGE, Utah - + Video – The City of St. George and Canyon Media will again be presenting another spectacular fireworks display on the 4th of July that will be able to be seen from nearly every...
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    Extreme heat and other weather conditions cause buckling on roads and sidewalks
    UTAH - + Video – With summer temperatures hovering around 100 degrees fahrenheit or above for the past few weeks, road departments statewide are busy maintaining streets and even sidewalks that hav...
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    Thunderstorms, lightning start ignite fires in Zion National Park
    ST. GEORGE, Utah —   A very active thunderstorm with significant lightning activity moved through Zion National Park Monday night, igniting several fires in the park and surrounding area, fires tha...
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    Switchpoint bride arrested on out-of-county warrants
    ST. GEORGE, Utah   — It’s not uncommon, when lives are being put back together in recovery from addiction and following criminal convictions, for the past to come back to haunt you, especially if y...
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    Smoke alerts residents to fire in Bloomington townhome; STGnews Videocast
    ST. GEORGE, Utah   — A fire in the wall briefly threatened a townhome in the Bloomington neighborhood of St. George, but the quick work of City of St. George firefighters minimized damage to the st...
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