3 Utahns arrested in Wyoming meth bust
Three Utahns were arrested in a Wyoming meth bust Thursday that ended with more than two dozen being taken into custody, police said.
Utah astronomer discovers death of star 22 million light-years away
The violent explosion of a giant star 22 million light-years distant is discovered by an amateur astronomer in Tooele County.
Candidates scrambling to replace Rep. Jason Chaffetz in Utah's 3rd District
Rep. Jason Chaffetz's imminent departure touched off a flurry of candidate announcements the past couple of days, with more likely to come in the next week.
Cottonwood Canyons Foundation needs volunteers for Silver Lake project
The Cottonwood Canyons Foundation is looking for 50 volunteers to help plant wildflowers, rehabilitate the landscape and clean up the heavily used areas around Silver Lake’s boardwalk on Saturday, June 17.
Search for new U. president 'in early stages'
The search for a successor to University of Utah President David Pershing is in the "early stages," says Harris Simmons, co-chairman of the search committee and a member of the Utah State Board of Regents.
Celebrate National Trails Day by repairing Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Outdoor enthusiasts are being urged to celebrate National Trails Day on Saturday, June 3, by sprucing up the Bonneville Shoreline Trail between Mount Olympus and Heughs Canyon.
Marmalade Branch librarian honored for community engagement
Safi S. M. Safiullah, manager of the Salt Lake City Public Library’s Marmalade Branch, was named Librarian of the Year by the Utah Library Association.
Is S.L. County sheriff eyeing Moab police chief vacancy?
Moab is reportedly getting close to finding a full-time police chief. But whether Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder will be offered the job or leave his current post to head south was unknown Friday, despite several swirling rumors.
Photos: Kearns students skip school for a good cause
Kearns Junior High School students Brayden Lopez, second from left, and Joel Lino, center, play games with Lila Romero, Shirley Tripp and Bob Tripp while volunteering at the Harman Senior Center in West Valley City on Friday.
Commission overturns demotion of S.L. battalion chief
Martha Ellis, the first woman to hold the rank of battalion chief in the Salt Lake City Fire Department, has won her claim that she was wrongly demoted last year.