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Utah's lieutenant governor may have learned a lesson from a U.S. president who's been dead for nearly two centuries: Billboards can make you famous. Billboards proclaiming William Harrison as the ninth presiden...
Pleasant Grove High School is about to be overrun with former disc jockeys. Forty years worth of DJs have been invited to a reunion this week at the school where they cut their teeth and honed their skills at a...
It was a lively night in church as an unusual musical tradition wrapped up its 27th season. It's a popular series of Sunday concerts, an "evening prayer" service, featuring a band called the Jazz Vespers Quarte...
In spite of potential opposition from a mob, a Utah-based wildlife group is playing a role in the rescue of an abused elephant that was removed over the weekend from a Hindu temple near Mumbai, India.
DNA testing confirms that free-roaming bison in southern Utah are genetically pure descendants of the vast herds of bison that once dominated the Great Plains. They're a remnant of the wild, wild West, with no ...
A photographer who discovered thousands of dinosaur tracks at Lake Powell says it's time to start rescuing them before his spectacular finds are destroyed by the lake's wave action and by the invasion of a clam...
A 38-year-old homebuilder put his business on hold and enrolled in college for the first time because he wants more innovations in building materials. Now he's part of a student team trying to invent the window...
It's enough to make Godzilla proud. A proposal has surfaced for an exhibit in Japan — and possibly a permanent museum — featuring Utah dinosaurs.
It started years ago when a student and professor started brainstorming ideas for tracking intruders through walls using radio waves. Getting it on the market wasn't easy, but now homeowners can watch what's go...
Controversy is boiling in California over an issue that is focused on the state of Utah. The question: Should Utah coal be hauled by train to Oakland and then loaded on ships headed to foreign countries?