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    Deputy recounts finding man trapped in overturned truck alive

    Deputy Jason Hopkin shares what was going through his head when he found a truck driver trapped inside an overturned cab alive.

    Deputy Jason Hopkin shares what was going through his head when he found a truck driver trapped inside an overturned cab alive.

  • Angel Horses see a "small" change, with a big outcome

    Angel Horses see a "small" change, with a big outcome

    The annual Angel Horse Fundraiser was held Saturday at White Aspen Ranch, and this year the horses saw a "small" change. 

    The annual Angel Horse Fundraiser was held Saturday at White Aspen Ranch, and this year the horses saw a "small" change. 

  • Hero student laid to rest

    Hero student laid to rest

    Hero student laid to rest

    Hero student laid to rest

  • Iran testes ballistic missile

    Iran testes ballistic missile

    Iran has successfully tested a new ballistic missile "capable of carrying multiple warheads", the state-run broadcaster press TV reported on Saturday

    Iran has successfully tested a new ballistic missile "capable of carrying multiple warheads", the state-run broadcaster press TV reported on Saturday

  • NFL responds to Trumps speech

    NFL responds to Trumps speech

    The NFL said President Trump disrespected the League in a comment he made Friday night. Commissioner Roger Goodell responded on Saturday saying "The NFL and our players are at our best when we help create a sense of unity in our country and our culture." The statement said "There is no better example than the amazing response from our clubs and players to the terrible natural disasters we've experienced over the last month." 

    The NFL said President Trump disrespected the League in a comment he made Friday night. Commissioner Roger Goodell responded on Saturday saying "The NFL and our players are at our best when we help create a sense of unity in our country and our culture." The statement said "There is no better example than the amazing response from our clubs and players to the terrible natural disasters we've experienced over the last month." 

  • Saturday Weather Forecast

    Saturday Weather Forecast

    We have a cool start to the week but it won't stay that way for long. Temperatures will climb into the 70s by the end of the week with an almost zero chance of precipitation. 

    We have a cool start to the week but it won't stay that way for long. Temperatures will climb into the 70s by the end of the week with an almost zero chance of precipitation. 

  • Teen volunteer honored for her work

    Teen volunteer honored for her work

    For one teen, volunteering is more than just work, it's an inspiration. Hannah Halvorson explained how volunteering in her community has impacted her life. "The biggest reward is being able to spend time with people and making their days and always seeing the smiles on their face." Halvorson said.  For the 14-year-old,  her volunteer work helping at nursing homes has made her friends and memories to last, and her hard work hasn't gone unnoticed. 

    For one teen, volunteering is more than just work, it's an inspiration. Hannah Halvorson explained how volunteering in her community has impacted her life. "The biggest reward is being able to spend time with people and making their days and always seeing the smiles on their face." Halvorson said.  For the 14-year-old,  her volunteer work helping at nursing homes has made her friends and memories to last, and her hard work hasn't gone unnoticed. 

  • Ron Parker, 9/11 first responder, talks about his experience

    Ron Parker, 9/11 first responder, talks about his experience

    Sixteen years ago, the World Trade Center was attacked on September eleventh. Saturday, Ron Parker, a first responder in New York city at the time of the attack, will speak at the Angel Horse Fundraiser. 

    Sixteen years ago, the World Trade Center was attacked on September eleventh. Saturday, Ron Parker, a first responder in New York city at the time of the attack, will speak at the Angel Horse Fundraiser.