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The Hindu celebration called Holi drew tens of thousands to the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork this weekend. Two people were arrested.
After decades of raising funds, the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival is one step closer to having a new performing and visual arts complex.
“The Lego Movie” is No. 1 at the box office for the second week in a row, but one Utah man doesn’t have to go to a theater to see a Lego city.
In 1941, Central Utah Vocational School opened its doors. Now known as Utah Valley University, it is preparing for its 75th anniversary. Part of the celebration is a work of art produced by Tom Holdman for the ...
Pastors from several Christian denominations in Cedar City have created the first Bible class for students to he held during school hours.
A former world-class athlete received an award Wednesday in a career she chose after she stopped competing in the skeleton. Lyndsie Hauck was named South Salt Lake’s Firefighter of the Year.
A Roy man says he's grateful to a South Ogden police officer who went out of his way to help his hearing-impaired wife who was in a terrible car accident.
Maggie Anderson said she and others with disabilities have noticed that many parking spaces are often covered with snow and ice, making it difficult and sometimes dangerous to try and get inside a business.
The Road Home has 200 new blankets for the homeless thanks to an interfaith gesture from members of the Sikh Temple.
Eight years ago, Pamela and Steve Clark were blessed with quadruplets. Since then, the Clarks have faced many health challenges with one of the four children, Stephen, and they're preparing for more.