>>Remote Iron County Fire Destroys Home and Shed

(Iron County, UT) -- A fire in a remote part of Iron County destroyed a trailer home and a two-story wooden shed, Tuesday afternoon. It occurred west of Antelope Road and north of Newcastle shortly after one on Tuesday. The house's neighbors noticed smoke coming from the large wooden shed and called the fire department. No injuries were reported and it is unknown how the fire started.

>>Cedar Breaks National Monument Summer Season On The Way

(Cedar City, UT) -- The winter season at Cedar Breaks National Monument is coming to a close. The final seasonal snowmobile trail through the park will close on Monday. There still is a chance to snowshoe and cross-country ski in the park while there is enough snow. Summer programs like various astronomy programs will begin at the end of May and campgrounds open in the middle of June. There will also be five festivals spread out between June and September.

>>UDOT To Begin Mountain View Corridor Project Today

(Lehi, UT) -- UDOT crews will begin work on the much-anticipated Mountain View Corridor project in the Lehi area today. Officials say the road project will ease traffic in the area, which has been dealing with the effects of rapid population growth. The project is part of UDOT's plan to create a freeway from Salt Lake County to Utah County, and the road construction in Lehi will be the first piece of the Mountain View Corridor freeway. The project is expected to be completed by 2026.

>>Provo Police Searching For Suspects After Pursuit, Crash

(Provo, UT) -- Provo police are searching for two suspects who fled the scene of a violent crash following a car chase. The pursuit happened on the night of April 7th when officers tried to pull over a car, but it took off. The car ended up crashing, flipping through the air, and landing on top of two vehicles parked in front of a house. The driver and passenger, who police have identified as Amairany Alvarado and Alejandro Demery, ran away on foot and remain at large. Anyone who has information on their whereabouts is urged to contact the Provo Police Department.


>>Valley Fever Research At University Of Utah Receives 375-thousand Dollar Award

(St. George, UT) -- The University of Utah Valley Fever mapping research is receiving the Climate and Health Interdisciplinary Award from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. The award comes with 375-thousand in research funding. The goal of the study is to map where the fungus that causes the disease can survive and where it might spread. Valley fever is hard to track because it does not spread person to person and has symptoms similar to the flu.


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