(Hurricane, UT) -- Police are asking you to avoid State Street between 300 and 500 North due to a gas leak at Hurricane Health and Rehab. Police in Hurricane have State Street shut down as crews work to get the gas leak under control. Authorities have evacuated the area as a precaution
(Hurricane, UT) -- A 50-acre brush fire in Hurricane has been contained. Firefighters were called to the blaze yesterday afternoon just after 2 and had it contained by 6 p.m. The flames threatened several structures. The National Weather Service says wind gusts were as strong as 30 miles-an-hour, which helped fuel the fire
HURRICANE, Utah (ABC4/ KDXU) – Today’s national inflation rate is at 7.5%, competing against historical highs. Gas prices shot up 10 cents overnight as Russia's invasion into Ukraine continues to shake the economy.
In Utah, inflation is at 9% affecting one of the most vulnerable populations in the state, the elderly.
Last weekend was a busy one for Southwest Utah, and with Covid numbers lowering and people getting vaccines, residents and visitors were ready to get out and do normal activities. Easter was not the only fun event going on.
The 42nd St. Geo
Hurricane, UT - Hurricane police are searching for a suspect involved in the fatal hit-and-run that happened in the early hours of Sunday. A witness called police around 1:18 a.m. after seeing a man acting strangely on the roadway around five hundred North State Street. While p
157 new jobs coming with distribution center expansion
HURRICANE (March 3, 2021) — The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), the St. George Area Economic Development (SGAED) council, and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) are pleased to announce that Orgill, Inc. is expandi
The state-run liquor store in Hurricane, located at 202 N. Foothills Canyon Dr., closed Wednesday morning after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
After receiving confirmation that an employee tested positive for the coronavirus, the Hurricane Utah State Liquor and Wine store closed Wednesday morning indefinitely
A high school football game in Herriman is getting some national attention because of its status as the first to be played in the U.S. since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Tonight's game between Herriman and Davis high schools will have less than a thousand people watching in person, as the Jordan School District has limited attendance to just 25-percent of the stadium's capacity.
Fans attending the