>>Man Seriously Injured In Crash West of Cedar City

(Cedar City, UT) -- A man in his 50s is seriously injured after a single-vehicle rollover Tuesday morning west of Cedar City. Utah Highway Patrol says it happened around 7:10 a.m. on State Route 56. The Highway Patrol says the man was alone and headed west when his 2012 Ford Fusion sedan went off the road and rolled down a 25-foot embankment. The man was trapped in the car until firefighters extricated him. He was airlifted to St. George Regional Airport with injuries that are said to be "significant" but not life-threatening.

>>Moab Police Seek Missing, Mentally Ill Man

(Moab, UT) -- Moab police are asking for the public's help finding a missing man, who has mental health issues and hasn't been seen since Sunday. Police say that's when 45-year-old Robert Zeiler drove off in his mother's 2001 Mitsubishi Galant. The silver, four-door sedan has a missing wheel cover on the left front side. Police say Zeiler has a history of "severe" mental illness and could become violent if he's confronted. Anyone who sees him should call 911 immediately. Zeiler has shaggy brown hair and was last seen wearing blue jeans, black hiking boots, and a teal t-shirt that says "Moab is my happy place" on the back.

>>Washington County To Observe International Overdose Awareness Day

(St. George, UT) -- Washington County will offer support, hope, and healing this week to those who have lost someone to an overdose. The county will join other counties throughout the state Thursday for International Overdose Awareness Day. The annual observance focuses on ways to provide support, education, and understanding of what has become a public health crisis in Utah, which has been among the states with the highest overdose rates. People are invited to come out for a walk dubbed "A Light to Remember" Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Utah Tech University.


>>Utah Shakespeare Festival Offering Free Tickets To Military Personnel

(Cedar City, UT) -- The Utah Shakespeare Festival is celebrating the military with its Military Appreciation Days. The festival in Cedar City is offering free tickets to members of the military just about all of next week, from Monday, September 4th through Saturday, September 9th. Tickets can be reserved now and information is available on the festival's website, bard-dot-org.

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