After six years of researching her great-great grandmother's life, Brittany Chapman wished she could hear her ancestor's voice. That happened at the Church History Library on Nov. 26. Read more »
Babycenter.com released its list of the top 100 baby names of 2013 this month, with Sophia and Jackson leading the way for girls and boys respectively. Jackson bumped down the name Aiden,... Read more »
The Salt Lake office of the National Weather Service radar tracked a huge flock of migrating swans this week. Read more »
'Layaway angels' are anonymously footing the remaining bill for layaway items at Walmart and Kmart stores across the nation. Read more »
Two people are dead after a massive boulder slammed into a house during a rock slide Thursday. Read more »
A recently released study by Annenberg Public Policy Center and University of Pennsylvania showed there's not much difference between PG-13 and R-rated movies. Read more »
A man who went to the scene of a brutal murder to offer help to the victim's family unintentionally ended up working as a translator for police. Some officers mistakenly believed that he worked for... Read more »
For the first time, the "Today" show hosted its own video award competition, selecting five of the top "Most Memorable Moments" from the viral videos it highlighted this year. Read more »
New research suggests that what you think of the welfare program depends on what you think of the person receiving it. Read more »
A man who apparently considered himself former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff's "fixer" has been criminally charged in an ongoing investigation involving the state's two previous top law... Read more »
The LDS Church is providing new resources to help its 80,000 missionaries understand how to adjust to missionary life by preparing for transition, hard work and stress. Meanwhile, a new study found... Read more »
Take Care Utah is aiming to persuade Utah's young uninsured adult population to sign up for health care with its "What's More Risky?" ad campaign. Read more »
WestJet, a Canadian airline founded in 1996, flew to the top of the social media world Monday with the release of a video showing how the company fulfilled the holiday wishes of some lucky passengers. Read more »
Conrad Truman, an Orem man accused of shooting and killing his wife, loved her "very much," according to his sister. Truman is accused of killing her for insurance money. A judge will decide... Read more »
How simple methods of budgeting will change everything about your finances and bring less stress. Read more »
Russian President Vladimir Putin has defended his government's promotion of conservative values, chiding the West for treating "good and evil" equally. Read more »
The co-owner of a now closed West Valley City women's clinic faces criminal charges for allegedly defrauding Medicaid of more than $1 million through the Baby Your Baby program. Read more »
The man accused of faking sign interpretation while standing alongside world leaders like U.S. President Barack Obama at Nelson Mandela's memorial service said Thursday he hallucinated that angels... Read more »
The season's first inversion is perched on the doorstep of the Wasatch Front, meaning motorists should carpool, take mass transit or telecommute if possible. Restrictions are in effect for... Read more »
A former nurse accused of sexually abusing a patient and threatening "to put her in cardiac arrest" was released from jail Thursday after a judge reduced his half-million-dollar bail to $125,000. Read more »
It’s not the dramas grabbing attention for the 2014 Golden Globes. It’s the comedies. Read more »
Police have released the name of a man found dead, apparently of hypothermia, near a Zions Bank parking lot. Read more »
Geologists at BYU have discovered what may have been the world's largest supervolcano, which collapsed and exploded in western Utah. Read more »
Utahn Tyson Apostol is headed to the “Survivor: Blood vs. Water” finale and is still in the game for the $1 million. The 34-year-old Provo resident is one of four castaways who have... Read more »
"Affluenza," the affliction cited by a psychologist to argue that a North Texas teenager from a wealthy family should not be sent to prison for killing four pedestrians while driving drunk, is not... Read more »
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