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  1. US forces take hostile fire in Niger

    10.04 / 23:30 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    US troops were attacked near the Niger-Mali border Wednesday, the US military told…
  2. Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend: ‘Never occurred to me’ he was planning violence

    10.04 / 22:59 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    Marilou Danley said Stephen Paddock bought her a cheap ticket to see her family in the Philippines a little more than two weeks ago and then wired her money, she said in a statement read by her…
  3. Why did Stephen Paddock do it? Investigators don’t yet know

    10.04 / 22:05 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    Almost three days after the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, investigators appear no closer to answering the question:…
  4. Roads closed, man burned after backhoe catches fire in Cottonwood Heights DOT yard

    10.04 / 21:43 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah – One man suffered burns to his face after a backhoe caught fire in Cottonwood Heights Wednesday afternoon. Police said the backhoe, which was under power lines, hit a gas line at the Cottonwood Heights Public Works Yard near 6580 S. 3000 E. at about 3 p.m. Officials said 3000 E. is closed between 6500 S. and Ft. Union Blvd. as crews work to contain the fire near the gas line. The man’s condition is not known at this […
  5. CAKE reschedules concerts in Las Vegas, Salt Lake City

    10.04 / 21:43 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    SALT LAKE CITY — The band CAKE announced they are rescheduling their shows in Salt Lake City and Las Vegas “based on this week’s tragic event in Las Vegas.” The band was scheduled to play at the Eccles Theater Wednesday night, but that show will now take place on February 16, 2018, a press release states. A show scheduled for Las Vegas on October 5 will be rescheduled to February 17. “CAKE and Live at the Eccles extend their deepest…
  6. DA rules use of deadly force justified after officer shoots suspect armed with knife in SLC

    10.04 / 21:14 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County District Attorney has ruled an officer who shot and killed a suspect who threatened officers while wielding a knife was legally justified. Patrick Harmon, 50, was shot and killed August 13 during an incident that began with a traffic stop as Harmon was riding his bicycle in the area of 1000 South and State Street. In a letter explaining his ruling, Salt Lake County DA Sim Gill said investigators reviewed physical evidence, body …
  7. Cyprus Credit Union: Creating a retirement plan

    10.04 / 21:14 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    No matter what age you are, if you haven`t already begun, you need to start saving for retirement now.  Financial expert Rachel Langlois from Cyprus Credit Union breaks down the guidelines to start saving. Come Up With Goals How do you envision your post retirement life? Do you want to be able to move closer to grandkids or maybe someplace where you can golf all year long. Whatever your dream may be, you need to tailor your savings plan to …
  8. Monopoly Man photobombs Senate hearing on Equifax

    10.04 / 19:07 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    The Monopoly Man made an appearance at the Senate Banking Committee hearing on the massive Equifax data breach. Wearing a top hat, monocle, and white mustache, the character sat directly behind former Equifax CEO Richard Smith as he testified before the committee on Wednesday. The ruse was organized by progressive nonprofits Public Citizen and Americans for Financial Reform. The organizations want to raise awareness of Equifax’s forced arbitration clauses in their terms of service.…
  9. Former Viewmont High teacher sentenced for sexual abuse of teen girl

    10.04 / 18:59 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    FARMINGTON, Utah — A former part-time Viewmont High School teacher was sentenced to prison Monday after he was found guilty of sexually abusing a teenage girl on multiple occasions last year. Judge Michael Allphin of 2nd District Court ordered Douglas B. Tate, 70, to serve three years to life in prison. In July, Tate was found guilty of first-degree felony charges of forcible sodomy and attempted object rape, along with a second-degree felony charge of forcible sexual abuse. According to […
  10. Veggie Pinwheels

    10.04 / 18:34 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    4 large whole wheat or spinach tortillas 1/2 cup light cream cheese, softened 1 tablespoon taco seasoning or chili powder 1 cup baby spinach leaves 1 cup bell pepper, any color, cut into thin strips 1/2 cup celery, cut into thin strips 1/2 cup carrots, cut into thin strips 1 cup chicken or turkey, cooked, shredded (optional) Salt and Pepper, to taste In a small bowl, mix together the cream cheese and taco seasoning or chili powder until thoroughly combined. Spread the cream cheese mixture e…
  11. Mesquite marijuana dispensary to sell in West Wendover

    10.04 / 16:41 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    As it moves forward with plans to build a marijuana dispensary on the Utah-Nevada border, the West Wendover City Council has awarded a dispensary contract. Deep Roots Harvest, which operates a grow and dispensary facility in Mesquite, was given a contract to build a medical marijuana facility in West Wendover. However, the mayor has told FOX 13 that by the time Deep Roots Harvest opens in early 2018 in West Wendover, he would like ordinances finalized to allow for recreational…
  12. Gov. Mitt Romney endorses former Provo Mayor John Curtis for Congress

    10.04 / 15:12 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    PROVO, Utah – Former Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney has endorsed former Provo Mayor John Curtis in the race to fill the vacant Third Congressional District Seat. “I am proud to endorse John Curtis, a leader who will get things done for Utah,” Romney said. Romney joins a growing list of prominent Utahns who are supporting Curtis. “Throughout his career as a businessman and a mayor, John has solved tough problems,” Romney said. “That’s what W…
  13. These survivors watched their loved ones die in the Las Vegas massacre

    10.04 / 14:59 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    Tony Burditus never got a chance to say good-bye to his high school sweetheart. The couple, from West Virginia, had gone to Las Vegas for a weekend getaway — and to attend the Route 91 Harvest music festival. They’d dined out and swum in a gleaming hotel pool, documenting their adventures on social media. Just before the concert Sunday night, Denise Burditus grinned as she leaned in for a selfie with her husband of 32 years. It would be one…
  14. Tuscany Pumpkin Gnocchi

    10.04 / 13:46 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    Ingredients 2 pounds Russet potatoes ¾ – 1½ cup flour* 1 teaspoon salt 1 large egg, lightly beaten Parmigianno-Reggiano 1 jar Cucina Antica Tuscany Pumpkin Sauce 1 lb. Italian Sausage *Note: Amount of flour depends on wetness of potato as well as personal preference of gnocchi density and taste. Preparation 1. Preheat your oven to 400°F. Prick the potatoes all over with a fork, and bake directly on the oven rack for 45 minutes to one hour, turning halfway through [&…
  15. Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend ‘sent away’ before mass shooting

    10.04 / 13:01 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock encouraged his girlfriend Marilou Danley to leave the country before his attack that left 58 people dead, her sisters told CNN affiliate in Australia 7 News. The sisters, who spoke to 7 News exclusively, did not want to be identified by name and requested their faces be blurred. “I know that she don’t know anything as well like us. She was sent away. She was away so that she will be not there to interfere…
  16. Watch Live: Utah politicians discuss National Monument review and Antiquities Act

    10.04 / 10:56 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke delivered recommendations to President Donald Trump regarding 26 National Monuments and marine areas in 12 states, including Utah, the Pacific and the Atlantic. The Sutherland Institute and The Heritage Foundation are hosting a discussion on the National Monuments review and the Antiquities Act. Members of Congress and their a few constituents who are directly impacted by National Monument lands will take part at 7 a.m. MT. The Honorable Mike Lee…
  17. Holladay man refuses to take down controversial Halloween decoration

    10.04 / 09:34 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    HOLLADAY, Utah – Call it an effigy, call it the hanging man or just a Halloween decoration. “Halloween should be fun, there’s a scary side to Halloween, there’s a fun side to Halloween, there’s kind of an offensive side to Halloween even,” said Chase Deeds of Holladay. Deeds hung a full sized mannequin with a rope around it’s neck from a tree in his front yard in Holladay. He says he bought it on EBay for about $60 with shipping.…
  18. Grandfather accused of stabbing 12-year-old grandson over doughnut

    10.04 / 09:34 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    RAYTOWN, Mo. – Prosecutors charged a 67-year-old Missouri man with domestic assault and armed criminal action hours after authorities say he stabbed his 12-year-old grandson. Court documents show that Jose Ortega told investigators he and his grandson argued over a doughnut and he stabbed the boy after he “snapped.” The charging document also says that Ortega grabbed him by the neck and threw the boy to the ground before he stabbed him in the arm, according to WDAF. Paramedics r…
  19. Kremlin hopes Huntsman’s arrival will warm US-Russia relations

    10.04 / 09:34 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    MOSCOW — The Kremlin said it hopes Jon Huntsman, the new US ambassador to Russia who presented his credentials to President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, will help improve relations between the two nations. “President Putin is consistently in favor of reviving our bilateral relations, establishing connections and developing bilateral cooperation. He thinks this is not just in the interests of the people of our two nations, it’s in the interests of the whole world,” Kremlin s…
  20. Columbus Day designated as Indigenous Peoples Day in Salt Lake City

    10.04 / 09:34 fox13now.com Fox13now.com-UT
    SALT LAKE CITY – The Salt Lake City Council has officially declared the second Monday in October– the day Columbus Day falls on– as Indigenous Peoples Day. Council members unanimously signed a resolution Tuesday night, to cheers and applause from a packed council chambers room.  The resolution not only designates the day, it encourages residents, businesses and schools to recognize and celebrate the day as well. Council Vice Chair Charlie Luke said it brings honor to ind…