A Utah solar company that was the subject of a Deseret News investigation because of its questionable business practices is now the subject of an injunction because of its alleged false promises to... Read more »
An Ogden woman is suing a Utah Highway Patrol trooper, claiming he used excessive force when he "violently" pulled her out of her vehicle during a traffic stop earlier this year. Read more »
A man stole a misplaced Southwest Airlines boarding pass, made it through airport security and got as far as the flight check-in gate, where the boarding pass was approved, before airport officials... Read more »
Cedar City resident Grace Simkins recently celebrated her 107th birthday with her family. Read more »
Three families searching for loved ones who vanished under very different circumstances met together Wednesday in a plea to the public for help. Read more »
Hillary's grace: Watching her daughter struggle with rare disorder helped mom appreciate life's simplest gifts
Watching her daughter’s struggle for normalcy prompted Natalie Wheeler to realize she was taking for granted one of life’s most precious gifts — her health. The decision to take... Read more »
A decomposing body found in a remote area of Ben Lomond Mountain over the weekend was identified Tuesday as that of a man who was last seen in April 2014. Read more »
Utah continues to have one of the youngest median marriage ages in the country, as well as one of the highest rates of children who live with both parents, according to data released Monday by the... Read more »
Police have arrested a Draper man suspected of stealing mail from hundreds of people throughout Salt Lake County. Read more »
Before feasting in the afternoon, some Utahns spend their Thanksgiving morning running. Here are details for some of the races. Read more »
Hoping to build excitement for its spring event in time for holiday gift-giving, Salt Lake Comic Con rolled out its first wave FanX guests on Tuesday. Read more »
More than two years after a man drove his truck up the west steps of the state Capitol, new concrete barriers are being installed outside building entrances throughout the grounds. Read more »
Thinking a federal judge would send him to jail for violating a court-imposed gag order, Jeremy Johnson filed motions Wednesday to act as his own attorney and objecting to the anticipated order. Read more »
A North Logan man who says he left an inoperable assault rifle at the Utah Capitol out of respect for shooting victims and with no intention of triggering the evacuation it caused will not face... Read more »
A father fighting for the custody of his recently adopted infant daughter received mixed news Monday, as her adoptive parents gave up custody — but did so by giving the child to her... Read more »
The BYU is a place where you don't normally see a lot of facial hair... Here's how some students are participating in "No Shave November." Read more »
The Road Home Midvale Center is expected to open its doors on Wednesday. It's a facility designed to shelter and provide case management to families to help them transition out of homelessness. Read more »
Forty-five years ago, women trying to raise money for Primary Children's Hospital and patients who couldn't afford the care they needed decided bake sales weren't the answer. They needed something... Read more »
State prosecutors in the case against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff want to put off a hearing next week to resolve a dispute with the Department of Justice over evidence. Read more »
Advanced Veterinary Care is one of many locations for animal medicine and emergency animal care in the Salt Lake Valley, but it’s the only canine blood bank in the state, and one of just six... Read more »
Police were searching for a man they say stabbed another man in an attempted homicide Tuesday evening in Layton. Read more »
Adalberto Diaz, a pastry chef and owner of Filling and Emulsions Bakery in Salt Lake City, won the Fall Harvest challenge on Sunday’s episode four of Food Network’s second season of... Read more »
U.S. airspace is more congested than ever. A BYU professor and his student are trying to help. Read more »
A couple hundred people gathered at the state capitol building on Saturday, to display various welcoming faiths and mental health or support groups, but also to "rally for love, equality, family... Read more »
In its 18th year of the "Give a Gobble" program, Harmons Grocery stores and Crossroads Urban Center teamed up with 30 other religious and business groups to serve families who otherwise would not... Read more »
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