Idaho Power Co. will continue to rely on coal to meet the state's energy demands, company officials said. Read more »
Students from a suburban Oklahoma City elementary school destroyed by this week's tornado reunited with their teachers Thursday and collected whatever could be salvaged from the ruins. Read more »
A Philadelphia couple who believe in faith healing over medicine and have had two sons die of pneumonia will remain in custody on murder charges until a bail hearing Friday. Read more »
An elite search and rescue team in Utah was put on alert this week after a tornado blew through Oklahoma on Monday. Read more »
Gary Stevenson, presiding bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, addressed leaders of the Boy Scouts of America on the importance of preserving "Duty to God" as a key component of Scouting. Read more »
Dr. Greg Hudnall, associate superintendent of the Provo City School District, is stepping down next month so he can focus all of his attention on preventing teen suicide. Read more »
For the sixth year in a row, Utah's economic outlook ranks No. 1 in the nation. Read more »
The Washington Department of Corrections has told Steven Powell that because of community concerns, he cannot return to live in his old home in Puyallup, Wash., if he wants to be released from... Read more »
On the same day Democrats in the House Natural Resources Committee lamented spending cuts to national parks, an audit criticized the Interior Department for lax oversight and controls of travel expenses that amount to $250 million a... Read more »
Tara Roweton said Thursday it "feels great" to graduate from family dependency drug court. It's a big step on her quest to have a happy, stable life for her and her son. Read more »
In the most prominent challenge of its kind, Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. asked a federal appeals court Thursday for an exemption from part of the federal health care law that requires it to offer... Read more »
The Boy Scouts of America voted Thursday to open its membership to all boys, regardless of sexual orientation. Read more »
Kennecott Utah Copper laid off an unspecified number of employees Thursday as a result of a massive landslide that crippled the mine last month. Read more »
A Duchesne County man accused of shooting at a man driving past his property, and later at sheriff's deputies, has been found competent to stand trial. Read more »
All but three of the 32 Utah state parks that offer camping are chock full this Memorial Day holiday weekend, but people can visit for the day to boat, hike or picnic. Three state parks offer... Read more »
Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. is challenging the part of the federal health care law that requires for-profit companies to offer employees health coverage that includes products the business owners find... Read more »
The family of Troy Burkinshaw, who was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy last year, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging he used unnecessary force in killing a man following a low-speed chase. Read more »
In a town decimated by tragedy, the photos that have brought a nation to its knees are coming to life as the families and friends talk about their experiences with the Moore, Oka., tornado. Read more »
The New York Time Magazine delves deep into BYU’s animation program to find out why its graduates are so popular with recruiters from places like Pixar and DreamWorks. Read more »
Fashion models are included in the H-1B visa category, which is leaving fewer of these visas for the highly educated and skilled workers who make up the majority of applicants and H-1B visa... Read more »
Lebanese supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad fired heavy machine guns and lobbed mortar shells at each other Thursday in some of the worst fighting in the port city of Tripoli... Read more »
President Barack Obama on Thursday defended America's controversial drone attacks as legal, effective and a necessary linchpin in an evolving U.S. counterterrorism policy. But he acknowledged the... Read more »
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell 23,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 340,000, a level consistent with solid job growth. Read more »
Beginning June 1, West Jordan residents will be able to drop off glass for recycling at one of two drop-off recycling bins. Read more »
Time magazine has published photos of President Barack Obama and his date for the senior prom in 1979. Read more »
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