The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama wasn't offended by comedian Larry Wilmore's use of a racial slur at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Read more »
A West Jordan man accused of shooting and killing a police K-9 last week in Millcreek died Monday from injuries he suffered during the ensuing shootout with police. Read more »
Soon students will trade in textbooks for diplomas, along with a lot of debt also. The daunting task of paying off student loans, which total about $1.2 trillion in America, tests whether students'... Read more »
The weekend windstorm knocked out power to about 39,000 Rocky Mountain Power customers in Weber and Davis counties, including more than 2,000 who were still in the dark Monday afternoon. Read more »
A man who has been deported from the United States twice before was arrested Thursday in Salt Lake, the federal authorities announced. Read more »
Three Bluffdale homes were damaged after a canal overflowed Monday evening, according to fire officials. Read more »
Philanthropist Lynette Nielsen Gay has resigned from the board of directors for the World Congress of Families after her affiliation with the organization brought controversy to an honory degree... Read more »
Researchers are calling flu shots for pregnant women a "public health priority" after a study found that the vaccine confers a significant protection for newborns in the first six months of their... Read more »
Mayor Jackie Biskupski will present her first budget proposal Tuesday evening, and the City Council is hoping it will ease some uncertainty lingering at City Hall. Read more »
Construction crews are wrapping up a big project in eastern Utah, a newly rebuilt irrigation dam on the Green River. It's considered unique because it has new features that will benefit not only... Read more »
Susan Kay gives Val Shockley a massage at West High School in Salt Lake City on Monday. Read more »
Judge Elizabeth Hruby-Mills, left, gets ready to take a photo with Horizonte High School seniors Jennifer Lopez and Vanessa Narvaez at the Matheson Courthouse in Salt Lake City on Monday during the... Read more »
Salt Lake City International Airport officials Monday announced plans to build a $740 million concourse north of the existing terminal to accommodate projected growth in passenger traffic and to... Read more »
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will host a free workshop on how to become a U.S. citizen at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Glendale Branch Library, 1375 S. Concord St. (1250 West). Read more »
An inmate pleaded guilty Monday to murdering another inmate at the Central Utah Correctional Facility in Gunnison and now faces a possible death sentence. Read more »
A woman is trying to save her dog that she claims was unfairly ordered by a Rich County judge to be put down or sent to a ranch. Her dog, Lilly, was accused of biting a 2-year-old boy. Read more »
Two men were arrested Monday after police say they shot the windows and doors of a store and two residences, all within an hour. Read more »
A jury has convicted a Wyoming man of assaulting a federal officer during a confrontation in Lambs Canyon last fall. Read more »
A former Monticello police sergeant who pleaded guilty to breaking into his estranged wife's home and assaulting a man he found inside was sentenced Monday to 10 days in jail and one year of... Read more »
A Magna man was charged Monday with shooting and killing his neighbor's pit bull. Read more »
The U.S. Supreme Court weighed in for the first time Monday on a $15-an-hour minimum wage, signaling it does not plan to stop the movement that is spreading across the nation, worker advocates say. Read more »
An additional 15,000 children and pregnant women grappling with Flint's lead-contaminated water crisis should become eligible for government health insurance starting next week, once the funding... Read more »
A Virginia man who spent almost 10 years in prison for a New York City slaying he was pressured to plead guilty to over 50 years ago was back in court on Monday — to hear a judge finally... Read more »
The Marine Corps says it has begun investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown raising the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima in one of the iconic images of World War II after two... Read more »
Two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett said Monday she's proud to have been named a global goodwill ambassador for the U.N. refugee agency. Read more »
The Republican presidential nomination may be in his sights, yet Donald Trump has so far ignored vital preparations needed for a quick and effective transition to the general election. Read more »
Prince's death at age 57 stands to make instant millionaires out of six surviving siblings if no will is ever found. So who are they? Two sought to follow in their brother's musical footsteps. One... Read more »
Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, has appointed Devin Wiser as his new chief of staff. Read more »
Gay students, supporters and alumni at Wheaton College, a top evangelical Christian school that counts former House Speaker Dennis Hastert among its most famous grads, have told the administration... Read more »
Police raided a storeroom near St. Peter’s Square and seized a cache of Vatican souvenirs and trinkets including flags, bracelets and key rings bearing Pope Francis’ image. Read more »
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom has released its 2016 annual report. Read more »
Leicester secured an incredible first Premier League title without playing on Monday after second-place Tottenham drew 2-2 at Chelsea in one of the biggest-ever triumphs by an underdog in sports. Read more »
A Kaysville certified public accountant faces federal charges for tax evasion and failing to pay personal income tax totaling more than $153,000. Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation announced Monday that construction on the agency’s top project is scheduled to begin as early as Tuesday night. Read more »
Unified police detectives investigating the death of a 1-year-old boy were looking Monday at whether the boy suffered a series of abuses before he died. Read more »
Beatrice Payne, currently the oldest living Utahn, just turned 107 years old. To celebrate her birthday, family and friends held a party Friday at the Courtyard at Jamestown assisted living center. Read more »
Female journalists often bear the brunt of anonymous online criticism. Unfortunately, that's part of their job description. Read more »
Utah boasts an architectural freak-scape of sky-spanning natural bridges, but what's in it for you? Read more »
Construction on Regal Park in the Benches subdivision in Saratoga Springs is nearing completion, and the city is seeking several hundred volunteers to help lay sod at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 7. Read more »
Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox has announced the launch of a redesigned website to aid Utahns in finding a notary or becoming a notary public themselves. Read more »
Cedar Hills Mayor Gary Gygi will be available to speak with residents each Thursday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Read more »
As Utah State University gears up for a new president, critics are questioning whether the state is transparent enough in choosing its higher education leaders. Read more »
The endangered dwarf bear poppy is growing and blooming in an 800-acre parcel set aside as a preserve in St. George Read more »
A man who allegedly thought he was meeting up with a 13-year-old child was instead greeted by members of the Internet Crimes Against Children task force. Read more »
Though a wrongful death lawsuit is still pending, part of a legal fight connected to a man fatally shot by Salt Lake City police in 2014 has been settled. Read more »
A Smithfield man accused of inviting his father to his house and then stabbing him multiple times was charged Monday with murder. Read more »
Police did not violate the rights of two firefighters when detectives accessed their prescription records without a warrant during an investigation, Utah authorities argued in a court fight... Read more »
The police department in a polygamous community on the Utah-Arizona border is inflicted by an entrenched culture at the expense of the constitutional rights of nonbelievers and should be disbanded,... Read more »
A year off between high school and college is becoming a popular choice for U.S. students and it has caught the eye of President Barack Obama's daughter, Malia. The White House says the high school... Read more »
Egypt's journalists' syndicate called for the dismissal of the interior minister and an immediate sit-in at its headquarters in downtown Cairo on Monday, to protest the police detention of two... Read more »
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