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The thousands of people who pass through the Broadway-Lafayette subway station every morning on their way to work are offered an easier way to make money than the typical 9-5 job: the New York Lottery.
In March, a foot fossil found in Ethiopia dated at 3.4 million years old was announced in the journal Nature. The fossil, scientists said, suggests a species of hominin that climbed in trees and existed at the ...
The road was closed to allow firefighters to get ahead of the fire that was about 20 percent contained by noon Friday. It was the third fire in two days in the area, and officials said all were started by targe...
A growing number of Americans is contributing to the overconsumption of soft drinks, an issue experts believe is making people fat.
More than 20,000 Salt Lake County residents who volunteered during 2011. The value of their efforts is calculated to be $20 million, providing services to the county officials say it otherwise could not afford.
Utahns celebrated Memorial Day Monday at events across the state by honoring the sacrifice of those who have served in the armed forces.

SOUTH JORDAN — Hal Naylor knelt down and hammered a hole in the grass before he placed a flag next to the headstone.

"No matter how much you water this, you still got to force it in," he said.

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Salt Lake County's Republican mayoral candidates say they'd prefer discussing issues over accusations.

SALT LAKE CITY — College students spend hundreds of dollars every semester on textbooks. But if it were up to three Utah college professors, they wouldn't spend a cent.

Larry Walther and Chris Skousen,

The rare annular solar eclipse lasted from about 6:19 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The crowd of viewers at the Gateway included hundreds. The event at The Gateway was one of six set up along the Wasatch Front.