UPR and Dixie Regional Medical Center are sponsoring the StoryCorps recording booth in St. George happening now to June 1 in the St. George town square.
You do not need to be a resident of St. George, or even Utah. Come to the booth and share your story. You can reserve your spot to interview someone by calling 1-800-850-4406 or going to the StoryCorps reservation website.
The ironclad superhero flies through the sky, builds his own weapons and saves the world. He's known around the US as Iron Man.
But St. George recognizes the word differently than a three-part movie series. The Southern Utah city holds a competition every year called Ironman 70.3.
On May 4 the triathlon and the release of Iron Man 3 coincided perfectly. While participants stood in the registration line, a burgundy banner posted in the background advertised the release of the new movie.
A new environmental review is underway to assess the long-term impacts of the Ruby Pipeline. Last year, a federal appeals court ruled the government’s original environmental appraisal of the project was inadequate. UPR’s Matt Jensen has the story.
Governor Gary R. Herbert named Carlos Braceras the executive director of UDOT Monday, to replace reitred director John Njord. Braceras is now responsible for UDOT’s 1,800 employees and the design, construction, and maintenance of Utah’s 6,000-mile system of roads and highways.
A Las Vegas jury has convicted a Mesquite, Nevada home builder of siphoning federal money designated for building affordable homes in the Navajo Nation to pay for gambling, furs, jewelry and thoroughbred racehorse training.
William Aubrey, 69, could face up to 10 years in federal prison and $500,000 in fines following his conviction on two counts of conversion of money and funds from a tribal organization.