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West Jordan is the fourth most populated city in Utah, occupying the southwest end of the Salt Lake Valley at an elevation of 4,330 feet. The city is one of the fastest growing in the state of Utah and has emerged as being more than just a suburb of Salt Lake City in recent years. Current major construction projects include the completion of Jordan Landing, the expansion of Jordan Valley Hospital and a transit-oriented development in Midvale.
Local Newspapers: West Jordan Journal
Local Sports Teams: Real Salt Lake (MLS soccer) Utah Jazz (NBA)
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Towns/Cities near west jordan, utah : South Jordan Midvale Riverton Bluffdale Herriman
State may not seek death penalty against man accused of raping, killing 6-year-old girl
Terry Lee Black, center, accused of raping and killing a 6-year-old girl in 2012, makes his first courtroom appearance since 2013, due to interlocutory appeals. Prosecutor Robert Stott, left, speaks with the judge as Black stands beside defense attorney McCaye Christianson in Judge L. Douglas Hogan's courtroom at the West Jordan District courthouse on Tuesday, Sept.West Jordan man faces charges for tampering with witnesses
A West Jordan man is facing additional felony charges in connection with alleged intimidation of the victim and witnesses in a separate felony case.Jonathan Aiello, 38, is charged with four counts of third-degree tampering with a witness.Councilman resigns 9 months after alleged drunken incident
Former West Jordan City Councilman Jeffery David Haaga, center, leaves the South Jordan Justice Court after appearing before Judge Clinton E. Balmforth on Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. WEST JORDAN - City Councilman Jeff Haaga has resigned nearly nine months after an apparent drunken encounter with police when he told an officer he had "protection" because he was an elected official.Utah residents face dwindling supply of houses, condos
For the first time in 40 years, the increase in households in Utah exceeds the number of new housing units, according to a recent study by James Wood of the University of Utah and a director for the Salt Lake Home Builders Association. Framers from Dave Miller Construction raise a wall on a house as they work on houses in Salt Lake City on Thursday, March 16, 2017.Police seek driver who hit, injured teen on Bangerter Highway
Police are looking for the driver of a car involved in what they are calling an unusual auto-pedestrian accident Tuesday morning. It happened at the intersection fo 9000 South and Bangerter Highway, and the 17-year-old girl who was hit didn't even know she was injured until hours later.Utah housing shortage headed from bad to worse
For the first time in 40 years, the increase in households in Utah exceeds the number of new housing units, according to a recent study by James Wood of the University of Utah and a director for the Salt Lake Home Builders Association. Framers from Dave Miller Construction raise a wall on a house as they work on houses in the South Jordan area on Thursday, March 16, 2017.Prize patrol surprises 19 Jordan educators with $1,000
Teacher Susan Locke is presented with an Educator of the Year award by Jim Bird, of the Jordan Education Foundation, at Columbia Elementary School in West Jordan on Thursday, March 16, 2017. The Jordan Education Foundation presented 19 educators with $1,000 in cash and an invitation to a banquet dinner.(Trent Nelson | Tribune file photo) West Jordan resident Steve Jones...
Tribune file photo) West Jordan resident Steve Jones speaks at a public hearing last year. After a public hearing last week, the City Council decided to rescind a change-of-government question from the ballot.Wasatch Front residents urged to take survey on improving Redwood Road
Wasatch Front residents who use Redwood Road are invited to fill out a survey regarding use of the road and potential opportunities for improvement.Humane Society offers $5,000 reward in deadly shooting of W. Jordan dog
A $5,000 reward is being offered by the Humane Society of Utah for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons who fatally shot a West Jordan family's dog. "Shaggy," an 11-year-old miniature schnauzer, was shot on March 10 with a pellet gun.West Jordan police officer charged with aggravated kidnapping
Criminal aggravated kidnapping charges were filed Monday against a West Jordan police officer in connection with a domestic violence-related incident. Court documents also indicate that the officer has threatened suicide multiple times and pointed weapons at people and a dog while making threats.West Jordan dog shot and killed by pellet gun
A family is looking for answers after their dog was fatally shot with a pellet gun. It's the second case of animal abuse in a week.West Jordan police seek 2 men in shooting
In what police suspect may be either a drug-related or gang-related incident, a man in his 30s was shot in the leg and found outside an apartment complex Sunday morning. West Jordan Police Lt.Letter: Thanks for killing the 'Federalism Amendments' bill
Please let me express my appreciation to all of our Utah senators, representatives, staffers and aides who work so hard up on the Hill. As a Democrat I'm often at odds with Utah legislation, but I recognize the hard work and commitment that go into a grueling session.West Jordan wife and mother who was addicted to porn speaks out to help others
Pornography addiction can affect people from all walks of life: a spouse, your child, or a friend. No one knew Sidreis Agla, a wife and mother in West Jordan, was addicted to porn.Lawmakers order deregulation for food trucks
Utah's food truck operators may soon deliver their to-go grub to every corner of the state after lawmakers voted to streamline the licensing process from one city to the next. Lawmakers were lobbied through their stomachs as proponents of SB250 invited food trucks to the Capitol on critical voting days.'Frustrated' mother pours scalding water on daughter's hands, charges state
A West Jordan woman accused of pouring hot water over her young daughter's hands has been charged with felony child abuse. On Feb. 24, Amador became "frustrated" with her 20-month-old daughter and "intentionally poured scalding hot water on hands," resulting in third-degree burns, according to charging documents.
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