A roundup of some of the most notable elections happening in the five biggest Utah cities after Salt Lake City. Read more »
The 3rd Annual Utah Firefighter Chili Cookoff featured spicy concoctions from fire departments from around the state. Read more »
A St. George man was found dead Friday by a search and rescue team after a canyoneering accident in Zion National Park. Read more »
The Davis School District is hoping voters will approve a $298 million bond to build three or four new schools and make needed upgrades at existing campuses. Read more »
The man in a wheelchair who was killed after being struck by a Utah Transit Authority TRAX train was identified Saturday as Donald Leroy Brown, 61. Read more »
Murray City Police on Saturday released the name of the man shot and injured by a Sandy police officer on Friday. He is identified as Ivan Kaumans, 56. Read more »
Beginning its 2015-16 season on an intense note, Utah Opera is preparing to perform "Tosca" Oct. 10-18 at the Capitol Theatre. The story is one of love, lust, sacrifice and betrayal. Read more »
For the first time, new students at the college can enroll in a condensed eight-week semester for an expanded array of courses this year. Read more »
An 18-month-old boy missing since Monday was found unharmed Friday, police said. Read more »
A man in a wheelchair was killed Friday when he was hit by a Utah Transit Authority TRAX train in Murray, officials said. Read more »
Layton police are searching for Morgan Green, 29, and her 18-month-old son Greyson, who police say is considered to be in danger. Read more »
A Sandy police officer shot and injured a man Friday after responding to a call reporting that the man had beaten his wife and son and they were hiding from him, police said. Read more »
Syracuse Junior High School and Syracuse Elementary initiated a lock down Friday afternoon after police say a junior high employee mistook a passerby's cellphone clip for a gun. Read more »
Criminal charges were filed this week against a recently resigned Iron County sheriff's deputy stemming from an alleged assault. Read more »
Heavy rains on Friday flooded basements, damaged roads and lifted manhole covers in Salt Lake City and Lehi. Read more »
Leaders of Utah's higher education system hope the Legislature will allocate new funding next year to provide better pay for professors, improve student-centered programs and build seven new campus... Read more »
Unified police officer Aaron Bartholomew believed his fellow officer's life was in danger when he shot and injured Michael Huggard in August, according to a report released Friday. The shooting was... Read more »
Mary Lou Fulton, who along with her husband Ira gave more than $50 million to Brigham Young University, died Thursday. The Fultons endowed four chairs in her name at the university and a... Read more »
Stephanie Nielson gave a message of hope, courage and faith to members of the community Thursday afternoon at UVU. Read more »
"A 7.0 earthquake would be absolutely devastating, wherever it hits, in its effect on people, infrastructure — all of the things we take for granted and that we rely on every day," said Joe... Read more »
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The call of Elder Ronald A. Rasband, who had been the senior president of the Seventy, to the LDS Church's Quorum of the Twelve created a vacancy among the seven presidents of the Seventy. Church... Read more »
With an aim to discourage puppy mills, Salt Lake County on Tuesday became the first Utah municipality to pass an ordinance outlawing pet stores from selling dogs, cats or rabbits unless they come... Read more »
While acknowledging the "immense sorrow" for the losses the family of Chuck and Judy Cox have endured over the past five years, a federal court on Tuesday ruled there was no way to know that Josh... Read more »
The Utah Attorney General's Office is invoking jailed polygamous leader Warren Jeffs as proof that plural marriage should be illegal in Utah. Read more »
Utah Valley University has become the largest public institution of higher education in Utah, according to enrollment numbers released Wednesday. Read more »
Southern Utah University is mourning the loss of two aviation instructors killed in a plane crash during a routine flight Monday afternoon near Cedar City Regional Airport. Read more »
A Holladay woman unexpectedly admitted to stabbing her girlfriend 46 times in a violent murder last October and pleaded guilty Friday. Read more »
An American Airlines captain from West Jordan died Monday while flying from Phoenix to Boston. Read more »
A lengthy hearing was held Tuesday by the Public Service Commission to probe how the benefits and costs of rooftop solar should be calculated in light of cleaner energy generation against impacts... Read more »
A man who police say had the "fun" house where neighborhood girls would hang out has been arrested for allegedly assaulting at least three young girls. Read more »
A parade of health care providers opposed to a proposed new tax to pay for Medicaid expansion dominated the only public hearing scheduled on the plan from Gov. Gary Herbert and legislative leaders. Read more »
The accident was catastrophic and took a Tooele family by surprise. But Josh Hinton is recovering at "warp speed." Read more »
A woman was found dead in a trailer Tuesday at a house where sheriff's deputies have been called to respond to reports of domestic violence in the past. An initial autopsy was inconclusive. Read more »
A key witness in the criminal cases against two former Utah attorneys general has been released from prison. Read more »
A Draper bus driver convicted of sexually abusing two special-needs girls under his care was sentenced Tuesday to 19 terms of 15 years to life in prison during an emotional hearing. Read more »
Unified police asked for the public's help Wednesday to find a man suspected of physically and sexually assaulting a woman in what investigators believed was a very rare case of a "stranger rape." Read more »
Various church leaders at the 185th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continued to emphasize keeping the Sabbath day observance. Read more »
Now it's Sen. Orrin Hatch who's being critical of fellow Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz's long shot bid to become U.S. House speaker, saying his run makes congressional "chaos" more likely. Read more »
You’ve made the decision to serve a mission and regardless of where you are in your missionary preparation, you likely have no idea what to expect. Sure, you’ve heard countless mission... Read more »
A clinic in Provo is claiming remarkable success in treating the long-term effects of concussions. A patient whose brain was scrambled in a freak accident said the one-week mental boot camp at... Read more »
LDS Church members sustained three new apostles in a historic event on Saturday. The First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve will ordain them this week, an important moment that determines... Read more »
There is no statistically significant link between saturated fat and heart disease. Does this statement surprise you? Would it make you feel better while you enjoy a juicy cheeseburger or a creamy... Read more »
One Saturday morning I received the call; the call nobody ever hopes to experience in their lifetime. The tone and cadence of my father-in-law’s voice clearly indicated that something was... Read more »
After the Salt Lake County mayor questioned the "vision" and "leadership" of Salt Lake City mayoral candidate Jackie Biskupski in a new TV ad for incumbent Mayor Ralph Becker, other county leaders... Read more »
Northbound drivers going into Salt Lake County will see a new addition to the construction equipment involved in the reconstruction effort underway on northbound I-15. UDOT has installed a concrete... Read more »
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