Trump's proposed budget cuts would hurt Utah arts and dance groups
The proposed budget cuts to the arts and humanities would have a profound effect on Utah's theater, dance and orchestra companies, according to those who were hoping for grant approvals.
Inside the newsroom: The importance of a story on nude selfies
Pat Reavy is the type of reporter you expect to go home each day smelling of ink. He writes stories that are important for you to read.
Later start times for Utah high schools? Medical science says yes, but logistics can be tricky
This week, the Park City Board of Education will take another step toward pushing back the start time of its high school.
NSA officials deny 'blanket' spying in Salt Lake during 2002 Olympics
Current and former National Security Agency officials have denied there was "blanket" spying in Salt Lake City during the 2002 Winter Games, according to recent federal court filings.
FanX wraps up star-studded weekend, leaving organizers with high hopes for growth
Can the homegrown Salt Lake Comic Con ever rival the economic impact of the departing Outdoor Retailer show? Organizers behind the local nerd and pop culture convention think they've got a shot.
Deadline encroaching, Salt Lake County still facing public outrage over potential homeless shelter sites
The clock is ticking for Salt Lake County to recommend a site for a third homeless resource center, but pushback from South Salt Lake and West Valley City remains fierce.
Police identify man killed in Ogden car crash
Police have identified the man who died Friday evening after crashing into a tree in Ogden.
Actress Brooke Mueller takes plea deal in Heber City reckless driving case
Actress Brooke Mueller has entered a plea in abeyance for driving 20 mph over the speed limit and not pulling over for police for 6 miles, according to charging documents.
7 people escape South Salt Lake house fire unharmed
Seven people escaped an early morning house fire in South Salt Lake that did so much damage firefighters were forced to tear the house down before they could safely extinguish hot spots.
Human bones found in Deaf Smith's Canyon
Human skeletal remains, including a skull that police described as "well-intact," were found by hikers on Sunday.