Get A Scary Carwash To Help Fight Cancer: KSUB News Summary
A Utah based car wash company is getting spooky this Halloween to help fight cancer. Tagg-N-Go Car Wash is turning its locations in Cedar City, St. George Lindon, and Eagle Mountain, into haunted car washes. The funds will be donated to community members who have cancer. The "Scare Wash" ends October 30. Hours for the "Scare Wash" are 7PM to 10PM.
Four In Custody In St. George For Alleged Wallet Theft
Four men are facing a long list of charges in St. George after a wallet theft at a Smith's grocery store. St. George Police pulled over a car shortly after the alleged robbery to find four suspects -- all from Mexico -- and the wallet which they had allegedly worked together to snatch out of a customer's purse at the supermarket. A search of the car reportedly turned up dozens of pre-paid 100-dollar gift cards, which cops think were likely bought using other stolen credit cards. All four remain in custody without bail, facing nearly a dozen charges each.
More Allegations Aimed At University Of Utah Gymnastics Team
Another athlete is speaking out against the University of Utah's gymnastics team. Gymnast Kim Tessen labeled the team's environment as abusive and toxic. She says coach Tom Farden made her feel degraded and physically unsafe. The allegations follow claims from another student who quit the team because of an unnamed coach's verbal and emotional abuse.
One Killed, On Injured In Utah Valley Crash
One person is dead and another is injured after a crash in Spanish Fork Canyon this morning. The Utah Highway Patrol says an SUV hit a FedEx truck head-on near Diamond Fork Road around 9 a.m. The woman behind the wheel of the SUV was pronounced dead at the scene. A man driving the FedEx truck was hospitalized in serious condition.
Domestic Violence Rates Continue Three Year Record High
Statewide police data shows Utah's domestic violence rate has hit record highs three years in a row. Records from Layton, Provo, St. George, Orem and Salt Lake City show there have been over 18-hundred domestic violence-related arrests per year since 2020. There's been 15-hundred already this year, and most departments anticipate a spike in cases during the holiday season. Experts say the best thing you can do if you suspect someone is in a violent situation is to offer support and encourage them to leave.