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ITT Tech Closes- Other Local Schools May Lose Accreditation

Local Colleges may lose their accreditations, if decision of Department of Education is upheld through appeal process.

WVCPD Investigators Searching for Victims in “Puppy Fraud” Case

The West Valley City Police Department is searching for victims in a puppy sales scam that's been going on for more than 2 years.

Humane Society of Utah attends Utah Wildlife Board Meetingin opposition toproposed increase in cougar trophy hunting

The Humane Society of Utah (HSU), along with the Humane Society of the United States and other Utah wildlife organizations, are opposed to the Utah Wildlife Board’s proposal to increase the cougar hunting quota.

Suspect Arrested in Tree Vandalism Case

On Sunday August 28th officers were dispatched to the Willow Cove Apartments located at 9300 South Redwood Road on a report of a male who was acting suspiciously.

South Jordan City Offers $1,000 Reward for Information Leading to Tree Vandals Arrest

he South Jordan Police Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for the destruction and damage to twenty-two trees in the area of 3200 W. 9800 S.

Vandalism/Tree Damage

(West Jordan, UT) – The West Jordan Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating suspect(s) regarding damages to $40,000 in trees.

Ride to Zero

Hundreds of bikers to ride in support to decrease veteran suicides

SLCoHD Reports First Human WNV Case of the Year

Though most people are focused on Zika this season, WNV is more of a threat to Utahns

City Considering Partnership with Data Company, Residents Fear Privacy Violations

The West Jordan City Council considered a three-month trial of Blyncsy, a smart traffic software that monitors electronic devices but dismissed the idea after hearing privacy concerns from residents.

Mayor Challenges Fee Increases

West Jordan City Manager Mark Palesh recommends an increase in resident utility fees to cover the cost of the rising operating expenses and a new public works building but has yet to win over the mayor who won’t support an increase while the fund balances total approximately $33 million as of June 30, 2015.

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