'Seeping while you're sleeping': Orem's 'Phantom Dumper'
It's been five months since Orem's so-called "Phantom Dumper" has been at large, disposing bulk amounts of a strange substance, clogging the city's sewer system and so far costing the city about $60,000 in labor.
InDepth Why the death penalty is not dead yet
Battered with bad publicity in recent years, public support for the death penalty has declined, but it's far from finished.
Utah 14 beautiful satellite time-lapse videos of Utah you have to see
Have you ever wondered how your hometown has changed since you moved away? Well, now you can see it happen using Google’s new technology, Google Earth Timelapse.
Opinion In our opinion: The Utah Sports Commission lacks transparency
We support the work of the Sports Commission and a potential bid for the Olympics, yet Utah taxpayers deserve to know that attempts will not cause concern.
Recent violence at Utah schools puts focus on kids' stress, emotions
Changes in teens' behavior and moods may signal a difficulty managing stress and emotions. Parents should regularly "check in" with their children to keep up on what's happening in their lives and offer their support, says a veteran crisis worker.
Family-run Training Table closes doors amid legal battle between owners
Amid an ongoing lawsuit between owners of The Training Table, the Utah restaurant closed its doors this week.
Weekend planner: Jim Gaffigan, Festival of Trees, holiday markets
'Family Feud' auditions coming to S.L. Jan. 7-8
Local musical groups to fill Utah with Christmas carols
Comedian Jim Gaffigan 'selfishly excited' to perform in Salt Lake
Locally made Christmas-themed movies are on DVD
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