Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Monday denied a clemency request for white supremacist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin, calling his crime a "cowardly and calculated shooting." Read more »
Republicans have made the Mountain West a stronghold, which is why brewing party brawls in Wyoming, Idaho and Utah are bedeviling loyalists who yearn for GOP unity. Read more »
The Pentagon spent $10.2 billion over three decades burning tons of deadly nerve gas and other chemical weapons stored in four states — some of the agents so deadly even a few drops can kill. Read more »
A man who was convicted of vehicular manslaughter after he ran over a child who had been sitting on his front bumper will get a chance to argue that a lifetime suspension of his driver's license is excessive. Read more »
An abundance of sand in the Colorado River is giving federal officials an opportunity to flood the waterway through the Grand Canyon. Read more »
A 28-year-old California man who police say shot at two other vehicles on Interstate 84 in southwest Idaho has been taken into custody in Wendell. Read more »
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell says Congress needs to do more than talk when it comes to national parks, forests and other public lands. Read more »
A missing Kansas man spent his final days trapped in the wreckage of his van in a rural Utah ravine — writing goodbye letters to the family he unexpectedly left in early September. Read more »
The resting place for the cremated remains of Donald D. Forsythe and Clinton W. Thompson have been in a safe in the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary Funeral Homes & Cremation Center for the past two... Read more »
One year after Johnathan Kent kicked his principal and school "went all bad," the 8-year-old was recognized at a recent assembly as the "Star of the Month" for being polite and helping out his... Read more »
Spencer Cox will face his first confirmation hurdle to becoming Utah's new lieutenant governor at a state Senate hearing Tuesday afternoon. Read more »
Three American professors won the Nobel prize for economics Monday for shedding light on how stock, bond and house prices move over time— work that's changed how people around the world invest. Read more »
Visitors and shop owners were upbeat as all five national parks in Utah were fully operational on Saturday for the first time since the partial government shutdown began 12 days ago. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert has reached a breakthrough with federal officials to open Utah's five national parks. Read more »
Opponents of government surveillance have figured out how to get close to a heavily guarded National Security Agency data storage center set to open in a Salt Lake City suburb. Read more »
Minutes after 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart was snatched from her bedroom in the dead of night, a police cruiser idled by along a neighborhood street as she was forced to the ground at knifepoint.... Read more »
Utah's new online insurance marketplace for individuals is scheduled to open Tuesday as part of the federal health care overhaul. Read more »
Except for the Big Thompson fly fishermen and tubers lolling down Boulder Creek, most residents of the Colorado Front Range usually pay little mind to the small rivers that trickle by on their way... Read more »
Brady Williams has five wives, 24 children but no organized religion. Read more »
New Mexico residents are keeping wary eyes on rivers and dams as parts of the state cope with weekend rains and the renewed threat of heavy runoff from already saturated soils and flooding in low... Read more »
As people came down from the flooded foothills of the Colorado Rockies, they brought tales of dramatic rescues, heartbreaking loss and neighbors coming together to protect their families and homes.... Read more »
Hey, Kansas, your beauty queen wears combat boots! And has big tattoos, too. Miss Kansas, Army National Guard Sgt. Vail, may just have a slightly different take on world peace than the typical Miss... Read more »
The U.S. Forest Service has planned an announcement Friday on the contract for a massive project aimed at restoring areas along the Mogollon Rim to a natural fire regime, reducing wildfire threats... Read more »
A new state program requiring drug screening for welfare applicants has saved more than $350,000 in its first year, officials said. Read more »
Lawmakers are returning to the nation's capital after a five-week break and have unfinished business on immigration. Read more »
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