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St. George is known for its geology. The northern part is home to red bluffs, two peaks that are covered in lava rock. The Mojave Desert is visible from the city's edges. The nickname "Utah's Dixie" was given to St. George because of cotton grown by Mormon pioneers. In 1953 the US government detonated the “Dirty Harry” atomic bomb 135 miles from St. George. Due to winds off-site fallout was carried all the way to St. George, where residents stated a metallic taste to the air.

Population: 49728
Local Newspapers: The Spectrum
Local Sports Teams: St. George Roadrunners
Local Colleges: Dixie State College of Utah

Zip Codes associated with st george, utah: 84770 84790
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1 news Trial moved for man accused in massive 2017 Utah wildfire By...

St. George, Utah a A Utah man charged with accidentally starting a massive wildfire last year won't go on trial in a southern Utah county torched by the blaze. The Spectrum newspaper reports a judge decided Tuesday that 62-year-old Robert Lyman couldn't get a fair trial in Iron County due to extensive media coverage and online rumors about the fire near Brian Head.

Police: Man leads officers on chase through 3 southern Utah cities

A man is in custody after a police chase that spanned three cities in southern Utah Monday, according to the Washington City Police Department. About 5:30 p.m., police received calls of a reckless driver in Toquerville, Washington County.

Single-engine plane crashes at Utah airport; pilot killed

ST. GEORGE, Utah - Authorities say the pilot who was the only person aboard a single-engine plane was killed when it crashed Saturday shortly after takeing off from St. George Regional Airport in southwestern Utah. The plane crashed on the side of a runway and city spokesman Marc Mortenson said the 9 a.m. crash delayed the arrival of an early afternoon arrival of a SkyWest Airlines flight from Phoenix by 15 minutes.

Washington County shifting to vote-by-mail system for elections

Starting with the November election, voters in Washington County will need to drop their ballots in their mailbox. The switch to voting by mail, which was unanimously approved Tuesday at the Washington County Commission meeting in St. George, comes as the county updates its voting equipment to a new system, Washington County Clerk Kim Hafen said.

All the road closures you need to know about for the Tour of Utah bike race

Professional cyclists from around the world will compete in the 14th annual Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah beginning Monday - meaning motorists will have to watch out for cyclists more often than they already do. The competition is a seven-day, men's professional stage bike race that will begin Monday in St. George and conclude Aug. 12 in Park City.

Feeling the sting of theft, St. George beekeepers offer reward for information

Area beekeepers are feeling the sting of theft and have come together to offer a reward for information leading to the arrest of whoever is responsible for tampering with their livelihood. Frustrated with continuing instances of theft and vandalism, a group of Southern Utah beekeepers is offering $3,800 to the public to help stop the repeated acts of thievery.

St. George Tabernacle reopens after restoration

A historic Mormon church building in southern Utah re-opened its doors after a two-year project to restore the tabernacle built by early settlers even as the new town struggled to survive through floods and heat. The Tabernacle in St. George, which the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints built in the 1860s, needed many renovations and safety upgrades, The Spectrum newspaper reported.

If convicted, teen in backpack bomb case faces up to life in prison

A judge told a southern Utah teenager on Tuesday that he may serve up to life in prison if he is convicted on charges he fashioned a makeshift backpack bomb and tried to set it off in school at lunchtime. "It could be a minimum of 10 years up to your natural life in prison," Judge Eric Ludlow told 16-year-old Martin Ryan Farnsworth during the teen's brief first appearance in 5th District Court in St. George.

Ava Announces More Than 1,000 Babies Born to Users of Company's Fertility Tracking Bracelet

SAN FRANCISCO and ZURICH, July 31: Ava, a medical technology company focused on innovations in women's reproductive health, confirmed that more than 1,000 women from around the world have successfully given birth after using the company's popular cycle tracking Ava bracelet to help them conceive. Since Ava's official consumer launch in July 2016, more than 10,000 pregnancies overall have been documented among bracelet users, with an average of 25 new pregnancies reported daily.

St. George Tabernacle reopens after restoration

This July 23, 2018 photo shows the St. George Tabernacle as community members tour after two years of renovations to preserve and secure the historic building in St. George, Utah. The historic Mormon church building in southern Utah has re-opened its doors after a two-year project to restore the tabernacle built by early settlers even as the new town struggled to survive through floods and heat, the Spectrum newspaper reports.

Elder Holland returns home, rededicates St. George Tabernacle

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speaks Saturday, July 28, 2018, in the St. George Tabernacle in St. George, Utah. The 147 year old building was rededicated after a two-year renovation.

Hurricane man arrested in connection with April sex assault in St. George

A man has been arrested in connection with a burglary and sexual assault that occurred in April, police said. The burglary and assault was reported near 300 N. Main St. in St. George on April 17, St. George police said on Facebook.

Utah teen charged with bringing backpack bomb to school to be tried as adult

Fifth District Juvenile Judge Paul Dame addresses attorneys in St. George on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. Dame ordered a southern Utah teen accused of bringing a backpack bomb to school in March to stand trial.

Utah library workers told to remove LGBTQ-themed displays

Workers at a southern Utah library were pressured to remove buttons and other displays highlighting LGBTQ-themed materials because they are seen as divisive, they said. Last year, workers were ordered to remove the displays because a county official thought they were too controversial.

St. George Tabernacle set to reopen after restoration project

One of the earliest buildings built by early Mormon Pioneers in Southern Utah will reopen after a two-year restoration project. Upgrades to the St. George Tabernacle included seismic upgrades and a refresh of the interior to its original dA©cor.

1-year-old boy dies after being hit by SUV backing out of parking spot

A 1-year-old died after being hit by his mother backing out of a parking spot Sunday evening, police say. St. George Police responded to the incident in a residential area near the 1100 East block of 400 South in St. George just after 7 p.m. A family function had been taking place at a home in the area when a woman went to leave in an SUV, St. George Police Lt.

Forecast of 'dangerously hot' temperatures triggers warning for southern Utah

As southern Utahns are making plans for the week, officials want to advise them that temperature estimates in the 110s during the middle portion of this week have triggered an excessive heat warning for southern Utah, Arizona and Nevada. The warning was issued by the National Weather Service and is in effect from 11 a.m. MDT Tuesday to Thursday at 10 p.m. MDT.

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