Ogden celebrates transformation of old fire station into homeless center
Amid contentious times for homeless Utahns, Ogden city officials and the founder of Family Promise of Ogden celebrated the ribbon cutting for a fire-station-turned-day-center to help connect homeless families to work and shelter.
Utah Court filing: Utah enters permanent agreement not to defund Planned Parenthood
The state of Utah has entered a permanent agreement not to attempt to defund Planned Parenthood "on impermissible constitutional grounds," according to court documents filed Friday evening.
InDepth The trendy way faith leaders are saving the homeless
Faith leaders, like thousands of other Americans across the country, are catching tiny-home fever and adding compassionate service to help others.
Dr. Vivian Lee resigns post at University of Utah
Dr. Vivian Lee, the CEO of University of Utah Health Care who was at the center of a heated controversy for the firing of the Huntsman Cancer Institute director last week, resigned Friday.
Teen to be charged in crash that killed two classmates
A 16-year-old girl will be charged in juvenile court with two counts of negligent homicide for a crash that killed two of her classmates last year.