Mariah Noble, Salt Lake Tribune

Mariah Noble

Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Mariah:

Pedestrian in critical condition after Wednesday morning crash on 600 South in SLC

One of the main traffic routes into Salt Lake City was temporarily closed after a car crashed into a pedestrian on 600 South near 400 West Wednesday morning, but the road was reopened just in time for rush hour. → Read More

Electrical shock critically injures two construction workers in West Valley City

Two construction workers were taken to the hospital in critical condition Tuesday morning after being injured by an electrical shock in West Valley City. → Read More

Mormon church announces closure of missionary training centers in Chile and Spain

The Mormon church announced Thursday that it plans to close two missionary training centers — one in Santiago, Chile, and the other in Madrid, Spain — in January. → Read More

West Jordan man accused of attacking a teen driver in 2015 was acquitted of assault, but sentenced to jail on lesser counts

A West Jordan man — who two years ago was accused of attacking a teen after he crashed a car into a fence — was acquitted of assault charges, but sentenced to jail time on other lesser counts last week. → Read More

Man dies after explosion at northern Utah Autoliv factory

A man died early Monday after an explosion at an Autoliv Facilities factory in Box Elder County. → Read More

Because he brought a sword to a bowling alley, police say, this cold case is now solved

A man who was charged Tuesday with killing a pool hall owner more than 11 years ago may have gone undetected had he not brought a sword into a bowling alley where employees felt threatened in 2015. → Read More

One person is dead and another seriously injured after head-on crash in Provo

One person is dead and another is in the hospital after a Wednesday car crash in Provo. → Read More

Utah police looking for a semi they believe hit and killed a woman on a highway north of Moab

A woman is dead after being hit Sunday on the side of a freeway 12 miles north of Moab, police say, and the driver responsible didn’t stop after the crash. → Read More

Officials caution drivers as snowfall causes crashes, slows another morning commute

Most of the state was under a winter weather advisory Friday morning, as light snow that began falling overnight began to pick up along the Wasatch Front. → Read More

Another day of winter weather, another nightmare commute

A snowstorm that pounded the state Monday continued overnight and turned the Tuesday morning commute into a crawl, continuing the “cycle” of storms forecast to come over the next week or so. → Read More

Whether preventing a tragedy or being prepared for one, Utah police train for school shootings year-round

Twenty years ago, a girl was walking through the hallway at Alta High School when she overheard a new student say he had a gun. → Read More

’Rosie’s Bill’ to create central cold-case database on its way to Utah governor

Without a single dissenting vote, Utah lawmakers have passed and sent to Gov. Gary Herbert for his final action legislation to create a statewide cold-case database. → Read More

Storm blows into Utah on Thursday, bringing snow and clearing out pollution

A fast-moving cold front will move through the state Thursday, bringing gusty winds, followed by snow in the mountains and valleys. → Read More

Utah school bus hits and kills pedestrian

A woman is dead after being hit by a school bus in Kearns on Thursday morning. → Read More

DNA evidence shows Utah driver in fatal 2016 car crash lied to police, charges say

A Utah man is charged with automobile homicide after evidence shows he was driving drunk in a fatal 2016 Tooele County crash, according to court documents. → Read More

Storms across Utah make for cooler temperatures, slippery roads and avalanche danger

Wet, stormy weather will move across most of Utah on Tuesday and Wednesday, cooling temperatures and increasing avalanche danger. → Read More

Suspect uses propane tank to blow up ATM at credit union in Utah

A person used a propane tank and hose to blow up an ATM in West Jordan early Sunday morning, police say. → Read More

Central Utah community in mourning after 10-year-old boy is fatally hit by SUV

A central Utah community is in mourning after a 10-year-old boy was fatally hit while riding his bike Thursday night. → Read More

2-year-old Utah girl dies after sibling accidentally fires gun in home

A 2-year-old Ballard girl was fatally shot at her home Sunday, when a gun that her older sibling was moving accidentally went off, police say. → Read More

Police ID victim in deadly shooting when people rushed into Taylorsville home Sunday

Police have identified a man who was shot and killed after suspects rushed into a Taylorsville home Sunday morning. → Read More