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One group is working to bring people together by starting a community garden. It turned a vacant lot full of weeds in American Fork into a garden.
JoeAnn Johnson hiked to Timpanogos Cave 63 years ago when she was 18. Tuesday, she made a return trip that had special meaning to her and her family.
Nathan Eric Fletcher, a man charged with two counts of sexual battery in connection with a series of gropings on or near the BYU campus, made an initial appearance in 4th District Court Thursday.
The June sucker is a fish native to Utah Lake and the Provo River. Efforts over the past decade to help the endangered fish survive appear to be paying off.
Developers are moving fast with a variety of projects on the old Geneva Steel property in Utah County.
Julie Blaney filed the lawsuit against Daryl Acumen, the vice chairman of the Utah County Republican Party, claiming he wrongly accused her of misappropriating money he believed belongs to the party.
The flagpole at Provo City Hall hasn't flown a flag in a long time, and the city is hoping residents will help create a new one.
Kids have a new place to learn science, arts and culture through 400 interactive activities. The new Museum of Natural Curiosity at Thanksgiving Point opened its doors Thursday.
Police in Draper are now investigating whether a former school bus driver under investigation in Sandy for allegations of child sex abuse on the bus may have also committed crimes in their jurisdiction.
Two people died and two others were hospitalized Friday after an apparent carbon monoxide leak in a Richfield home.