Two improvised dry ice bombs were exploded last week in the residential are of Redstone, leading sheriff deputies to detain one juvenile and to arrest an adult male for interfering with the investigating officers.
Sheriff's Captain Justin Martinez said the bombs didn't damage any people or property, but the devises can be very dangerous. Rick Brough has more.
Following their gold medal performances in the Olympics, Ted Ligety and Mikaela Shiffrin repeated their performances, earning two more championship titles - Ligety a 5th GS World Cup title and Shiffrin, her 2nd World Cup title in Slalom. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation is not only involved in keeping the Olympic spirit alive, but also brings that spirit into its everyday operations: from getting youth involved in sport, to supporting elite athletes, involving the public, and looking toward a future Olympic possibility. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Leadership Park City program is hosting its 20th Annual Community Forum tonight at the Santy Auditorium at 7 p.m. The free event features three guests in a panel discussion on leadership. Rick Brough has more.
The filing window for candidates in the 2014 county and state races opened on Friday. The applications at the Summit County clerk's office already show there will be contests for a position on the County Council, Summit County Attorney and County Sheriff. Rick Brough has more.
ST. GEORGE, UTAH (AP) - Arizona and Utah wildlife officials are considering a plan to kill off an invasive species in an effort to protect another fish in the Virgin River.
The Spectrum reports wildlife officials are meeting Wednesday in Mesquite to discuss the plan. It would involve using the chemical rotenone to kill off the red shiner and restore habitat for the rare woundfin.
Officials say the plan calls for treating the river this summer, and would involve restricting some access to the river.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The Mormon church is warning a group of women pushing for gender equality that will not be allowed to protest in Temple Square next month during a biannual conference.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints told the members of Ordain Women in a letter sent Monday that if they insist on going forward with their plans, they'll need to protest in a zone set aside for protestors on the street.
The church said activist events detract from the sacred environment of the weekend conference in Salt Lake City.