ST. GEORGE — In case you missed it, here is your weekend recap of the top five most viewed stories published on St. George News from Saturday, Dec. 30, to Monday, Jan. 1.

See the related stories at the bottom of this page for five honorable mention stories.

Parowan police conducting investigation after woman dies of ‘critical injuries’

A Parowan police cruiser parks, Parowan, Utah, Aug. 3, 2023 | Photo by Jeff Richards, Cedar City news

PAROWAN — Residents of a small Southern Utah town have reported heavy police presence after a woman with critical injuries was transported from a Parowan home to the hospital, where she later died.

Read the full story here.

Car fully engulfed in flames on Interstate 15 in Washington County

First responders work the scene of a vehicle fire on Interstate 15, Washington County, Utah, Dec. 31, 2023 | Photo courtesy of Hurricane Valley Fire and Rescue, St. George News

WASHINGTON COUNTY — A car became fully engulfed in flames on Interstate 15 near Browse on Sunday afternoon.

Read the full story here.

New Year resolutions: 4 changes Utah motorists should commit to in 2024

In this file photo, emergency personnel respond to the scene of crash on northbound Interstate 15 at Green Springs Drive Exit, Washington City, Utah, Jan. 10, 2022 | Photo by Chris Reed, St. George News

SALT LAKE CITY — New Year’s resolutions don’t have to end by getting healthy or saving money. As the countdown to 2024 begins, AAA wants drivers to resolve breaking bad habits behind the wheel.

Read the full story here.

Washington City’s Main Street, parkway encounter ongoing road construction

Workers install infrastructure at the intersection of Washington Parkway and Main Street in Washington City, Utah, Dec. 19, 2023 | Photo by Haven Scott, St. George News

WASHINGTON CITY — Residents traveling on north Main Street in Washington City may have noticed temporary road closures, closed sidewalks and loud heavy machinery.

Read the full story here.

BLM travel management plan for southeastern Utah off-road trails is challenged

The Green River flows through the Labyrinth Canyon/Gemini Bridges travel management area near Moab, Utah, Feb. 4, 2015 | Photo courtesy Utah Bureau of Land Management, St. George News

SALT LAKE CITY – Several motorized recreation groups announced last week they filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the Bureau of Land Management’s final motorized vehicle travel management plan for the world-renowned Labyrinth Canyon and Gemini Bridges area near Moab in Grand County.

Read the full story here.

The top five honorable mention stories can be found below in the related stories below.

Copyright St. George News, LLC, 2024, all rights reserved.