Utah Republicans choose new party chairman and more moderate direction
The Utah GOP has a new chairman, Rob Anderson, who wants to end the party's years-long legal battle with the state over a controversial election law allowing candidates to bypass the delegate-controlled nominating process.
2-year-old boy drowns in Blacksmith Fork River during family camping trip
A 2-year-old boy drowned Sunday after apparently falling into a small tributary of the Blacksmith Fork River in Cache County.
Fraying social fabric hurting nation's economy, Sen. Mike Lee says
Many Americans — poor, middle class and wealthy — feel that something is amiss in society that can't be reduced to economic anxiety but relates more to a sense that nation's social fabric is fraying, Sen. Mike Lee said.
Frustrated Utah Republicans, Democrats form new centrist political party
Some disaffected Republicans and Democrats who say extreme views are co-opting their parties have decided to carve out a middle ground in Utah politics.
Tractor Supply’s Paper Clover campaign raises $825,000 for 4-H youths
Tractor Supply stores raised more than $825,000 through its Paper Clover fundraiser to send 4-H youths from across Utah to county-level development programs, camps and leadership conferences.
Davis High 'Band Man' named district's Teacher of the Year
Davis School District named Steven Hendricks as Teacher of the Year at an awards assembly at Davis High School. In addition to the nomination, the district awarded Hendricks with a one-year lease and insurance coverage on a Kia Forte EX.
Ad targeting Utah's .05 percent DUI law to run in Las Vegas newspaper
A national organization's ongoing fight against Utah's lowest-in-the-nation legal blood alcohol content for driving will hit a Nevada newspaper Wednesday.
Police: Missing Bountiful girl may be Idaho-bound
A 13-year-old Bountiful girl reported missing Tuesday afternoon may be on her way to Idaho to meet a man she met through social media, authorities said.