>>Police Respond To Active Shooter Call At Hurricane HS

(Hurricane, UT) -- Nobody is hurt after police responded to an active shooter call at a southern Utah school. Officers were called to Hurricane High School yesterday by somebody who said they were locked inside the library and heard gunshots. However, investigators noted class was not in session and no students were on campus. The responding officers have also not been able to find any evidence that shots were fired on school grounds. Hurricane police were assisted by multiple other agencies, including St. George and the Utah Highway Patrol.

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>>St. George Man Missing For Four Days

(St. George, UT) -- The search is underway for a missing St. George man. Police say Tyler Irvine hasn't been seen since last Thursday and lives in the Green Valley area. His family posted on social media that he hasn't used his phone or debit card since leaving his home, but they believe he is still in the St. George area. Another family member told St. George News they have a private helicopter assisting with the search and are worried about his mental state.

>>Security Guard Dragged While Trying To Stop Car Theft

(South Jordan, UT) -- A security guard was dragged down the road while trying to stop a car theft at a South Jordan gas station Saturday. Police say the car's owner was putting air in the tires when the theft occurred, and the security guard was left seriously injured after he was dragged up to 200 feet. The suspect ended up crashing into another car and was arrested. The security guard was airlifted to a hospital.

>>Health Officials Urge Utahns Get Measles Vaccinations

(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Utah health officials are warning people to get vaccinated for measles. The Department of Health and Human Services, along with the Utah Association of Local Health Departments, issued a statement Monday noting that the MMR vaccine is 97 percent effective with two doses. There is a measles outbreak underway in 17 states and Utah wants to stay off that list. The disease is a respiratory illness caused by a virus that is so contagious that it will infect about 90 percent of people who have contact with an infected person. Officials say that 97 cases have recently been reported, with most in Arizona, California and in multiple East Coast and Midwestern states.

>>Former Young Women General President Is Dead At 93

(Salt Lake City, UT) -- A woman who spent much of her life dedicated to her church is dead. Sister Ardeth Greene Kapp was 93. She introduced the Young Women Values and Personal Progress program to Latter-day Saint girls and served as the ninth Young Women general president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1984 to 1992. Her program was used until 2019. Kapp grew up in a small town in Canada and first met her husband when he was a missionary in her ward. They met again when she attended Brigham Young High School in Provo.

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