After 75 years, Utahn killed in Pearl Harbor comes home
Closure for a Utah family as military identifies U.S. Navy crewmen who perished in Pearl Harbor attack.
Utah 'I lost my mind,' says teen charged with murder
A 17-year-old boy was ordered Thursday to stand trial for aggravated murder after police say he violently beat a staff member to death while attempting to escape from a rehabilitative youth ranch in southern Utah.
Faith Remembering LDS chaplains from World War II for their service
Latter-day Saint chaplains have played a special role in helping soldiers and their families cope with death and other aspects of war. In commemoration of Memorial Day, we remember these chaplains for their honorable service in military history.
Utah Man who pretended to be LDS general authority pleads guilty to fraud
A former Utah County Commissioner accused in a scheme that defrauded investors of hundreds of thousands of dollars by, in part, posing as top LDS officials, has pleaded guilty.
New center's goal is to rehab likely repeat offenders
Supporters cheer Thursday as a new First Step House outpatient facility, designed to help Salt Lake County in its push to reduce inmate recidivism, formally opened at 660 S. 200 East.
In our opinion: A call for a special session to fund and fix mental health system
The system needs immediate funding so there's sufficient room in Utah State Hospital to allow for these individuals to receive timely treatment.
Your Weekend: Memorial Day edition!
Local actress comes to Eccles as stepsister in Broadway's 'Cinderella'
You can now register for the Jeopardy! online test
Bloated 'Pirates' is a mile wide and six inches deep
'My Entire High School Sinking into the Sea's' can't mask its weak story
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