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Three South Jordan siblings suffer from a rare white blood cell disorder that makes eating a life or death proposition. Friends and family are trying to raise money for genetic testing and treatment.
The Korean War is often called the “Forgotten War,” but the government of South Korea doesn’t see that way. It wants to thank those who fought for their country with an Ambassador of Peace Med...
University of Utah researchers this week launched a pollution monitoring project that should provide a better understanding of ozone along the Wasatch Front.
During World War II everyone made sacrifices, and female pilots proved they were up to the task.Roughly 1,000 Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASP, flew during World War II, including Salt Lake resident Nel...
Kamal Bewar fled to the United States from Iraq when Saddam Hussein was terrorizing the Kurdish people two decades ago. On Mondays, he gets daily updates on the brutal fighting in Iraqi Kurdistan from his broth...
A year ago, Draper Police Sgt. Derek Johnson was killed in the line of duty. On Monday, his family, his police brotherhood and Draper will come together for a memorial at Draper Historic Park.
Ten days after a landslide destroyed a home and damaged a business, sensors have detected no new movement. The Utah Geological Survey this week released pictures and documents collected on the slide.
A Salt Lake County jury will have to decide whether a Sandy family deserves compensation from West Jordan City for a fatal kayaking accident four years ago.
With a big three-day holiday weekend approaching, law enforcement across the state reminds everyone to stay sober whether driving a car or a boat.
Seven-year-old Baylor Fredrickson needs a life-saving bone marrow transplant soon, and his family in Utah is working with many others to try to make that happen.