More than 100 students from all of Nebo School District’s junior high schools recently participated in the two-day Nebo Shakespeare Academy. This summer event featured ice-breaker games,... Read more »
Eleven veterans who somehow missed receiving honorable burial rites upon their death were finally laid to rest at the Utah Veterans Memorial Cemetery on Saturday. Read more »
A 35-year-old man was found dead after he didn't return from a hike in the White Pine area on Friday. Read more »
The Utah State Bar's Modest Means Lawyer Referral program matches people with modest incomes to attorneys who have agreed to offer legal help at discounted rates. Read more »
Open Legal Services, a Salt Lake nonprofit law firm, attempts to serve the "doughnut hole" of people who don't quality for pro bono legal services but can't afford to hire traditional law firms. Read more »
The prop seminars, costume seminars and literary seminars at the Utah Shakespeare Festival offer attendees a more enriching festival experience — at no cost. Read more »
A downtown Salt Lake landmark more than a century old is getting a makeover that will help continue its legacy for the next hundred years. Renovation is underway on a 119-year, five-story building... Read more »
A judge is refusing to dismiss a wrongful-death lawsuit brought against Washington state by the maternal grandparents of Josh Powell's children. Read more »
After five years fighting charges he bilked investors of $100 million, Claud R. "Rick" Koerber has a lot to say now that the case has been dismissed. Read more »
A Colorado man was killed in a rollover crash on I-70 Friday morning. Read more »
Music and food highlight Italian Festival Arriva in Salt Lake City on Friday, Aug. 15, 2014. Read more »
State Democratic Party Chairman Peter Corroon wants Democrats to be able to compete to replace Sen. John Valentine, R-Orem, who was recently named to head the Utah State Tax Commission. Read more »
Ten days after a landslide destroyed a home and damaged a business, sensors have detected no new movement. The Utah Geological Survey this week released pictures and documents collected on the slide. Read more »
A new round of funding bolstered by money from the Utah Legislature is helping businesses, schools and individuals do what they can to curtail emissions and help clear the Wasatch Front of harmful... Read more »
Police officers in riot gear and heavily armored vehicles in a small Missouri town triggered questions nationwide about the "militarization" of police departments, including those in Utah that have... Read more »
Millions of Americans served in the military during World War II, but many feel it was the years just after the war that changed the course of this country. Read more »
The attorney for a woman who suffered chemical burns at a restaurant while drinking what she thought was iced tea said Friday the woman's injuries are worse than originally thought. Read more »
The common cold makes any parent nervous when their kids are going back to school. Find out what you can do this year to prevent it from infiltrating your house. Read more »
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The police officer who shot and killed Dillon Taylor captured the incident on his body camera, Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank said Tuesday. But he said it would not be appropriate to... Read more »
North Salt Lake officials said the city will not claim responsibility for a landslide that destroyed one home and damaged a tennis club more than two weeks ago. Read more »
One by one, witnesses took the stand Tuesday and described Elvis Olsen as a person who was always willing to help family and friends. Olsen was helping a jailhouse acquaintance on April 21, 2013,... Read more »
A Pleasant Grove couple was hoping for one baby but is now making room for four after in vitro fertilization proved to be fruitful in a way it almost never is. Read more »
There is a problem with how we measure poverty in this country, which hasn’t changed since the mid-1960s, and with how we measure wealth. Read more »
Several residents in West Jordan and Murray are looking to city officials for answers after their homes flooded during an overnight storm, Wednesday. Officials in both cities say they are doing all... Read more »
FBI Director James Comey wouldn't say much Tuesday about the civil rights investigation his agency and the Department of Justice are conducting in Ferguson, Missouri. Read more »
The family of a man who fell to his death in Little Cottonwood Canyon says he was an experienced hiker whose love for the outdoors only grew after he moved to Utah. Read more »
The state backed its request for more time to appeal a lower court ruling in the same-sex marriage recognition case Wednesday with a new brief in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Read more »
A recent poll shows most Utahns would likely favor a statewide law banning discrimination in housing or employment on the basis of sexual preference. Read more »
An expert in firearms examination testified Wednesday that the copper jacket from a .44 magnum cartridge found under a Roosevelt man's body was fired from the same gun police recovered when they... Read more »
Vernal police are trying to determine what caused a man to drive onto the plaza in front of the Uintah County Library and crash into a flagpole Tuesday. Read more »
People don't have to go to a theater anymore. They can stream movies right into their homes. A Utah Country company has found an opportunity to help viewers who want to make sure the scenes they... Read more »
Salt Lake County recorder candidate Mary Bishop called for an audit of the county recorder's records for what appeared to be $1.75 million in missing revenue. County officials say it is a... Read more »
The public will soon have a chance to see an extraordinary set of footprints left behind by dinosaurs 125 million years ago. The tracks were first discovered by a Moab resident in 2009, but the... Read more »
A 14-year-old Orem boy diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder was found safe Wednesday after he had been missing for 21 hours. Read more »
Three people have been charged with murder in the death of a man whose body was found in the basement of a burning home in Price last month. Read more »
Attorneys for three couples in Utah's same-sex marriage recognition case oppose the state's request for more time to file its appeal in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Read more »
A group of about 20 people stayed at The Leonardo after closing Tuesday for the museum's sketch night, which offers a demonstration by a master artist and time to sketch the exhibit. Read more »
Demand for apartments in Salt Lake County is at a decadelong high, according to a new report. The overall valleywide vacancy rate for residential rental housing registered at 3 percent — the... Read more »
Prosecutors said there were "no winners" after a Tooele woman whose 2-year-old son died after drinking methadone was sentenced to prison. Jill Goff, 33, was ordered to serve one to 15 years in... Read more »
Classes were canceled at Westlake High School on Tuesday after a bomb threat was called in to police. Read more »
Canyons School District welcomed its students back to school in style on Wednesday. Read more »
People gathered Monday to demand answers and transparency from police regarding the shooting of Dillon Taylor, who was killed last week in a confrontation with police. Read more »
A recent poll shows the majority of Utahns support the state's decision to appeal the ruling that struck down Amendment 3, but an even greater number believe the Supreme Court will rule a ban on... Read more »
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