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Eagle Scout Donates Ballistic Vests For UPD K-9s

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Unified Police Department received two new, custom-fitted K-9 ballistic vests Thursday, and they have a dedicated Eagle Scout to thank for his project. In a time of division and strained relations between police and the communities they serve, boy scout Toby Tirrell has given UPD a reason to be grateful.… Keep Reading

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Where can I light fireworks in Utah?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Summer months in Utah brings families together for fun, food, and celebrations. Two holidays known for bringing people together are quickly approaching. The Fourth of July and Pioneer Day (July 24th), both are synonymous with Utahn’s engaging in setting off fireworks. The Utah Fire Marshal’s office has released information for this year’s festivities… Keep Reading

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This Megaplex Theatre location in Utah grossed more money than any other multiplex this weekend, report says

A new report suggests that Megaplex Theatres at the District in South Jordan was the highest-grossing theater across the country for the last weekend. The numbers come as theaters remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. What happened: Megaplex Theatres reportedly had the highest grossing numbers of any “hard top multiplexes” open right now in the United… Keep Reading

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Cinemark to reopen 11 of its Utah theaters on July 3; Regal will reopen Taylorsville location on July 10

More than a dozen movie theaters in Utah will reopen in July, as two national chains announce plans for showing films and bringing in audiences safely in the coronavirus pandemic. The Cinemark Theaters chain announced it will begin a trial run this Friday at some theaters in the Dallas area, near the company’s headquarters in Plano, Texas.… Keep Reading

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Hundreds March At Daybreak For Change, Social Justice

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — In a place where large protests are uncommon, hundreds gathered Wednesday to show their support and call for justice and change following the deaths of George Floyd and others across the country. Many families brought their children and several brought baby strollers as they marched through Daybreak. Numerous demonstrators carried Black Lives… Keep Reading

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Local Businesses Get By With A Little Help From Customers And Draper City

In an effort to help local businesses survive, Draper City has acted as a conduit for information and assistance from federal and state levels, they’ve offered marketing using the city’s social media outlets, and they’ve eased temporary signage fees and restrictions. When the pandemic hit, the city reached out to more than 1,000 local businesses… Keep Reading

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Utah community helps grant sick child’s wish of an off-road wheelchair

KUTV — Emery’s new wheelchair can ride it all: grass, dirt, sand, mud, and snow. Some say it even floats on water too. As a 7-year-old with a nervous system disorder, Emery is unable to walk but he has an unwavering adventurous side that could not be bottled. Through the Make-A-Wish Utah (MAWU) program, Emery had… Keep Reading