>>Wisconsin Man Dies In Southern Utah Crash

(Cedar City, UT) -- Authorities are identifying the man who died in a southern Utah crash last week. The Utah Highway Patrol announced yesterday Corey Brownlee of Wisconsin passed away from his injuries on Thursday following a collision in Iron County. The 27-year-old was behind the wheel of a box truck when it rolled on Interstate 15 near Paragonah and was then struck by a semi-truck. UHP said Brownlee died at the scene, UHP did not report on if the semi-truck driver was injured. Southbound I-15 had to be closed for several hours between exits 95 and 82.

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>>Utah Leaders Appeal Monument Decision

(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Elected leaders in Utah are appealing a judge's decision to leave two southern Utah monuments alone. Governor Spencer Cox and Attorney General Sean Reyes filed an appeal yesterday following the dismissal of a lawsuit on Friday. The lawsuit was filed last year following President Biden's decision to restore Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears national monuments to their original size, which is a combined three-point-two-million acres. In a statement following the appeal, Reyes said these monuments are unique but the current designations are "overkill by millions of acres" and "Biden's designations exceed his authority."


>>Major Utah Highways Part Of Road Project

(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Major Utah highways are going to be a part of the lane striping projects to make roads safer for drivers. Governor Spencer Cox says highways in Salt Lake, Davis, Tooele and Summit counties will have their lane markings replaced with new wider lines. Officials say the wider highway markings are designed to last longer and be more visible to drivers along the Wasatch Front.

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