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Sandy is a suburb of Salt Lake City and is located at the bottom of the Wasatch Mountains. Its name is a result of the local land being referred to as thirsty soil. It has seen various phases of economic stimulus, ranging from railroad to silver mines to agricultural. By 1900, only a few saloons and hotels were left, and Sandy began to similate other rural Utah towns.

Population: 96660
Local Newspapers: The Salt Lake Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Real Salt Lake (MLS soccer) Utah Jazz (NBA)
Local Colleges: Canyons Technical Education Center

Zip Codes associated with sandy, utah: 84070 84092 84093 84094
Towns/Cities near sandy, utah : White City Sherwood Park Draper Cottonwood Heights South Jordan

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Police investigate officer-involved shooting in Sandy

Details of the incident - such as who was involved and the extent of injuries, if any - were not immediately available. Salt Lake City police dispatchers could only confirm the shooting occurred.

Thailand to draft plans to regulate and tax cryptocurrencies

In this April 3, 2013 photo, Mike Caldwell, a 35-year-old software engineer, holds a 25 Bitcoin token at his shop in Sandy, Utah. Bitcoin is an online currency that allows people to make one-to-one transactions, buy goods and services and exchange money across borders without involving banks, credit card issuers or other third parties.

On This Day: N.Y. Gov. Spitzer resigns amid prostitution scandal

In 1933, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt made the first of his Sunday evening "fireside chats" -- informal radio addresses from the White House to the American people. In 1947, in a speech to Congress, U.S. President Harry Truman outlined what became known as the Truman Doctrine, calling for U.S. aid to countries threatened by communist revolution.

Construction worker dies in Utah after concrete pipe falls on him

A construction worker died after a piece of concrete piping fell on him at a construction site, police said Friday. Russell D. Andrews, 46, of Salt Lake City, died in the accident, Sandy, Utah police said.

Lawmakers punt on school safety and gun reform in Utah

A group of Utah lawmakers, educators, law enforcement officials and community advocates gathered just a week ago in the opulent Gold Room of the Utah State Capitol to announce a bold, collaborative effort to combat gun violence and enhance student safety. "We think it's time to act," Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, said at the time.

This Utah fusion center tries to get 'predictive' about opioid trends

Department of Public Safety information analyst Stephen Gilley leads the state's Drug Monitoring Initiative. The Drug Monitoring Initiative's goal is to reduce overdose deaths by sharing information about illicit drugs that is collected at emergency rooms and from poison control centers, medical examiner's reports, forensic labs and police stations.

Shelter funding plan stripped of fee on cities lacking affordable housing

After some final-hour negotiations, a bill that would have required cities lacking affordable housing to help pay for homeless shelters in other cities was drastically altered on the Senate floor Wednesday. Before it was substituted, HB462 would have fined Utah cities and counties having less than a statewide average of affordable housing to help pay for the operations and maintenance of new homeless resource centers.

Mallory Petersen Sanders and Jordan Edward Sanders

Ronald and Patricia Sanders of Castle Dale, Utah are pleased to hold an open house for the marriage of their son, Jordan Edward Sanders to his wife Mallory Petersen Sanders, daughter of Mark and Lisa Petersen of Sandy, Utah. The open house will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 3 in the Castle Dale Senior Citizen Center at 150 E 100 N, Castle Dale, Utah 84513.

Bill to fine Utah cities lacking affordable housing advances

Fred Rivers, a homeless man originally from Bristol, Vermont, and now living in the downtown area of Salt Lake City, waves to a passerby alongside his 7-year-old Chihuahua, Lucy Lou, near the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City on Monday, Feb. 26, 2018. The bill that would fine Utah cities and counties lacking affordable housing to help pay for homeless shelters in other cities advanced Monday despite opposition.

Two more arrested in Utah jackpotting scheme

Carlos Eduardo Goncalvez, 36, and Jean Carlos Dumont Gonzalez, 32, both of Venezuela, were arrested at Miami International Airport over the weekend and charged with attempting to rob two ATMs in Utah, according to U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber's office. The two are believed to be part of a group of Venezuelan nationals charged last week in federal court in Utah.

Utah lawmakers filed a record 1,359 bills this year - one of them to...

With the end of this year's legislative session on the horizon, Utah lawmakers are working through a record number of bills - and taking a step they hope may curb the flow in future years. State lawmakers opened 1,359 bill files this year, an all-time high that has increased from the previous record of 1,298 set last year.

Marshall Islands creates virtual money to raise hard cash

The tiny Marshall Islands is creating its own digital currency in order to raise some hard cash to pay bills and boost the economy. The Pacific island nation says it became the first country in the world to recognize a cryptocurrency as its legal tender when it passed a law this week to create the digital "Sovereign," or SOV.

House OKs bill to pave way for more toll roads; amendment to strip powers of School Board

A proposed constitutional amendment would strip the powers of the Utah State Board of Education and lawmakers are paving the way for more toll roads in the state with legislation allowing electronic monitoring and extending the ability to charge fees on existing roads. Legislators on Wednesday held a bill that would make it a crime to not report fraudulent handling of opioids at a health care facility, saying there were significant concerns over how it could be interpreted.

Bill charging Utah cities for homeless shelters clears House

A bill backed by political heavyweights that would require Utah cities and counties not hosting homeless shelters and lacking affordable housing to contribute to other shelters has cleared its next hurdle. After an hourlong debate and a failed attempt by a GOP legislator to cut out the requirement to bill cities and counties a collective total of $3.3 million a year, the full House voted 49-15 Wednesday to pass the bill.

Charges: 5 men breached Utah bank ATMs in 'jackpotting' scheme

Five men are accused of breaching bank ATMs in the Salt Lake Valley to dispense an unlimited amount of money in what prosecutors call a "jackpotting" scheme, according to a complaint filed in federal court Monday. Josshoa Perez Rivas, 28, Joao Silva Robertson, 28, Starlin Garcia Caraballo, 39, Pedro Rivera Velaquez, 38, and Luis Mendez Mata, 42, each Venezuelan nationals, were each charged in U.S. District Court with fraud and related activity in connection with computers, bank robbery and incidental crimes.

Bill emerges to fund homeless shelter operations and push affordable...

The Salt Lake Tribune Rep. Steve Eliason, R-Sandy, listens to a short debate about his bill, HB461 - Abortion Waiting Period - in the Utah House of Representatives, Monday, March 5, 2012. The bill passed easily.

Utah GOP lawmakers now tackling school safety, gun issues

Republican lawmakers have decided they're not going to wait to tackle at least some gun and school safety issues, even though there are only eight days left in the legislative session. "We're going to try to do as much as we can," House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, said Monday, including considering a so-called "red flag" law that would allow firearms to be seized from those deemed a danger to themselves or others.

Sandy man escapes house fire through bedroom window

Firefighters responded to the home near 9000 South and 400 East shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday when a man awoke to sounds of the blaze that had nearly consumed the house. As soon as firefighters at a nearby station opened the bay doors to respond to the call, Sandy Fire Battalion Chief Eric Larson said they could see the smoke and glow of the fire in the distance.

Cinemark movie chain tightens safety rules, bans big bags and...

Chain, with 15 locations in Utah, cites safety concerns for banning backpacks and large bags that could be used for outside food or guns. Cinemark Theatres will ban large bags and backpacks at all locations - including Century Theatres, CinA©Arts, Tinseltown and Rave Cinemas - starting Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.

Safety inspections gone, but cars must still be safe, UHP warns

Bobby Rose uses a light transmittance meter to check the tint of a vehicle's windows during a safety inspection at the 3rd Avenue Car Clinic in Salt Lake City on Thursday, February 9, 2012. The Utah Highway Patrol wants to remind the public that while safety inspections are no longer required in Utah, drivers are still required to have a safe vehicle.

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