Protesters decry arrests in Rio Grande neighborhood
With chants of "homes, not jails," and "homeless rights are human rights," about 60 protesters Tuesday rallied against a crackdown on crime and drugs in a neighborhood that has become known for homeless camps and reports of violence.
Sports What the Kyrie Irving trade means for Gordon Hayward and the Jazz
Gordon Hayward left the Utah Jazz to play alongside Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder. Now both players are gone and Utah no longer has its trade target in Kyrie Irving.
U.S. & World 31 recordings on the cosmic playlist that is the Voyager Golden Record
It has been 40 years since the records left the Earth on a journey to the outer planets and then into the unknown.
Utah S.L. police: Man lucky he wasn't shot by officers during rampage
A man who went on a 20-minute rampage in downtown Salt Lake City armed with a knife and a gun is lucky to be alive, according to Salt Lake City police.
Experts gather in Salt Lake to tackle wild horse overpopulation problem
A national summit on wild horse and burro management got underway Wednesday in downtown Salt Lake City, featuring a posse of experts examining the science behind the animals' overpopulation.
Evidence hearing underway for Spanish Fork student charged with murder in girl's suicide
An evidence hearing is underway in Provo for a Spanish Fork man charged with murder after police say he helped a teenage friend kill herself.