A 1-year-old Riverton boy has been upgraded from critical condition and is expected to survive after police say he was left in a hot car for more than two hours on Sunday. Read more »
Of the last four head coaches to lead the BYU football program, three of them had never been a head coach prior to landing the job. In that way, Kalani Sitake is like predecessors Edwards and... Read more »
Utah Partners for Health planned on offering dental care at its Midvale clinic, but with a new federal grant of $350,000, it is happening much sooner than expected. Three other clinics in Utah will... Read more »
Nine passionate Millcreek residents are competing to become their brand new city's first mayor, but only two will survive past Tuesday's primary. Read more »
A 4-year-old boy was killed and his mother was severely burned in a house fire early Sunday, police said. Read more »
A ravenous and deadly wildfire in central California has burned 200 homes and other buildings, though firefighters said Sunday light winds were helping contain the blaze. Read more »
Republicans are sprinting to shape up Donald Trump's presidential campaign before the party's national convention in three weeks, even as leading members of the party carry a deep antipathy or... Read more »
Like many mothers, my heart has always anticipated the school bell on that last day, releasing the troops for summer vacation. Read more »
With the missing accounted for in all but one county, West Virginia on Sunday turned its attention to recovery after disastrous floods killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless. The... Read more »
For better or worse, California goes its own way on education, rejecting test- and results-driven models
Pushing equal finding and localized control, Governor Brown remembers influential essay prompt: "Write your impression of a green leaf." Read more »
Amid some congressional representatives' calls to end moments of silence following mass shootings and other filibustering to try and inspire more stringent gun control measures, video game... Read more »
The people of Venezuela are starving. Despite laying claim to the world’s largest oil reserves, the nation’s economy has tumbled and left everyday staples like food and electricity in... Read more »
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