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Heat tape to keep traffic signals clear from snow added by UDOT
The heat tape sits underneath the hood, or visor, of the individual traffic lights. The tape provides a heated cap for the light, melting away snow during severe weather. Up until the mid-2000s, heat from incandescent bulbs kept much of the snow off of traffic signals.See the Story
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Utah · Utah
Utah loves Harry Potter more than any other state
LOGAN – May 2nd is International Harry Potter Day and Utah residents appear to be bigger fans of the young wizard than any other state in the country. According to a recent study conducted by public relations and marketing firm Cultural Currents Institute (CCI) to reveal which states were most passionate about the Harry Potter […]See the Story
Trenton · Trenton
LDS leader in Trenton charged with allegedly enticing teen girl from congregation
Editors note: This story was updated Tuesday morning after receiving additional information from a spokesperson from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LOGAN — A former local leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is facing criminal charges for allegedly sexting with a teenage girl in his congregation. Cortney Ted […]See the Story
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Emergency crews find the body of victim killed in Cache Junction house explosion
LOGAN — Firefighters located the body of an individual who died in Thursday night’s house explosion in Cache Junction. The victim was found just after midnight as emergency crews combed through a pile of debris that was left from the blast. Cache County Sheriff’s Lt. Mikelshan Bartschi expressed condolences to the victim’s family and loved […]See the Story
Akin wins Sixth Man of the Year, Ashworth on First Team All-MW
LOGAN – The Mountain West All-Conference teams, both the official awards and those voted on by the league’s media, were released Monday and Tuesday and the second-place Utah State Aggies were solidly represented. Dan Akin earned Sixth Man of the Year in both with Steven Ashworth earning First Team All-Mountain West honors from the conference […]See the Story
Judge sends ‘serial rapist’ to prison for raping multiple women
LOGAN — A 24-year-old Logan man is headed to prison for brutally raping multiple women while on dates with them. Spencer Eric Dodd cried and wiped tears from his eyes as some of the victims described him as a monster and predator. Dodd was sentenced Wednesday afternoon in 1st District Court. He previously accepted a […]See the Story
Climate Change · Salt Lake City
Utah state, federal officials stand united against EPA ‘good neighbor’ rule
SALT LAKE CITY – A coalition of Utah’s state and federal elected officials have thrown down the gauntlet to oppose the Biden administration’s latest climate change edict. “The Ozone Transfer Rule released by the Environmental Protection Agency harms Utahns and threatens our ability to provide affordable and reliable baseload energy to our state,” they said […]See the Story
Salt Lake City · Salt Lake City
Zero Fatalities provides tips to stay safe with daylight saving time change
SALT LAKE CITY – With daylight saving resuming this Sunday, Zero Fatalities is reminding Utahns of the traveling risks associated with the time change and providing tips on how to stay safe. Daylight saving in March introduces two travel risks: (1) poor visibility due to less light in the morning and (2) drowsiness due to […]See the Story