Police: Jail sergeant killed by nephew in murder-suicide
A Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office sergeant was the victim of what appeared to be a murder-suicide at his home Friday, police said.
Utah Mental Health Court: Changing one defendant's life at a time
Fifth District Court Judge John Walton saw there was a problem. Throughout his years as both a prosecutor and then a judge, he saw the same individuals with mental health issues revolving in and out of court.
Utah Utah House delegation frustrated by no vote on health care
"Obviously, some things will have to change in order to move forward if this issue is brought back up again," said Rep. Rob Bishop, stressing the word "if."
S.L. band turns show into fundraiser for man killed in London attack
Salt Lake City band Dealin' In Dirt turned a concert in Salt Lake City into a benefit for their friends, Kurt and Melissa Cochran, following the attacks in London Wednesday.
Record year for LDS giving fueled by 'I Was a Stranger' campaign
Mormon humanitarian donations have doubled, and the "I Was a Stranger" campaign helped propel 2016 to the biggest year in the history of LDS Charities.