Girl, 12, hit and injured in Bluffdale parade
A 12-year-old girl was hospitalized Saturday after a trailer ran over her during the Old West Days Parade in Bluffdale, police say.
Rosie Rivera becomes first woman elected as Salt Lake County sheriff
For the first time, a woman has been elected as the sheriff of Salt Lake County. Unified Police Chief Rosie Rivera was chosen Saturday to fill Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder's remaining 16 months in office.
Firefighters brush up on water rescue techniques
Firefighters had the Jordan River straddled with a set of ropes secured on each shore Saturday as they trained for swift water rescue.
Spanking only abusive if there is proof of harm, Utah Supreme Court says
The Utah Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that spanking children is only considered abusive if there is evidence of harm.
City Council candidates offer diverse opinions on homelessness, community growth
As voters enter the final week to turn in primary election ballots, several Salt Lake City Council candidates have focused on infrastructure, community development and homelessness as key issues in their respective neighborhoods.
U. study: Could gene manipulation be a boost to the brain?
A newly published study from University of Utah researchers suggests there are ways to improve the adaptability of mice's brains even after the naturally occurring window for such flexibility has closed.
Photos: Fraternity gives out backpacks at Sugar House barbecue
Hundreds of families attended the back to school barbecue hosted by the Salt Lake chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity.
Inside the newsroom: Did the Deseret News really say that?
Advertisement misrepresents the Deseret News, but it seems to be par for the course in the muddied waters of politics.
Utah lawmakers denounce violence in Virginia
Utah lawmakers condemn the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday.
UHP: Drunk driver stopped headed wrong way on I-15
Police arrested a woman they say was driving drunk when she went the wrong way on the freeway early Sunday morning, prompting several concerned calls from other drivers.