The Davis School District has construction projects underway in many of its schools this summer.
The Davis School District has construction projects underway in many of its schools this summer. Read more »
This week's collection of photos features moments of sorrow, triumph, fun and silliness. Read more »
The special needs carnival at North Eastern Services provided adults with mental disabilities a chance to interact. Read more »
Forecasters are predicting triple-digit temperatures along the Wasatch Front for potentially the next seven days. Read more »
One Utah resident was killed and another airlifted to a hospital after a rollover Tuesday in central Wyoming. Read more »
Young adults are becoming a larger and more diverse share of Utah's population, according to 2014 estimates released Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau. Read more »
The shooting that took the life of Sheila Pruitt's daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren is beyond all rational explanation, she says, and Tuesday she wasn't interested in answers that would... Read more »
A Layton mother pleaded not guilty Monday to obstructing justice in connection with the death of her 2-year-old son, who died from child abuse injuries allegedly inflicted by her boyfriend. Read more »
A 23-year-old Kaysville woman was killed in a head-on collision Friday in Logan Canyon. Read more »
Road work will cause changes on freeways in south Davis County next week as new permanent striping is installed by the Utah Department of Transportation. Read more »
Forecasters are predicting temperatures in the high 90s for the foreseeable future along the Wasatch Front, with temperatures likely hitting 100 degrees Sunday. The American Red Cross in Utah urges... Read more »
Lagoon's new Cannibal roller coaster ride has not yet opened, much to the chagrin of season passport holders. Because no date is set for its debut, many rumors are flying about the reasons for the... Read more »
Nearly 300 dogs from eight different states are jumping, climbing and weaving for gold this weekend at the Legacy Events Center, in Farmington, for the United States Dog Agility Association’s... Read more »
Col. Brad Lyons replaced Col. Lance Landrum as the 388th Fighter Wing commander Friday during a change of command ceremony. Read more »
The last time Norman Biehn, 97, and his brother, Carl, 95, saw each other, they had just completed a trip to Washington, D.C., as part of a Utah Honor Flight. On Sunday, Norman Biehn died at his home. Read more »
Police are investigating after they say a 12-year-old girl was sexually abused by the choir director at her church. Read more »
One resident escaped a house fire Tuesday afternoon thanks to alert neighbors, officials say. Read more »
Police in Clinton are trying to figure out the source of contamination in the city's water system that led to a boil order. They believe they've narrowed the problem down to a single home. Read more »
A violent serial rapist terrorized at least nine women during the 1990s and early 2000s in northern Utah and Wyoming, and the man’s DNA is now linked to each of his victims, police announced... Read more »
Community members of all ages thanked and celebrated Vietnam veterans in Layton Saturday during events that featured a parade, music, classic cars, food and more. Read more »
More than 450 entities in the water industry were tapped in a survey and listed their top concerns. Chief among them are aging equipment, surviving weather-related challenges such as drought, and... Read more »
The city is honoring Hometown Heroes — veterans who are Layton natives or current Layton residents who served in the military between 2001 and 2015. Read more »
A judge agreed Thursday to toss a lawsuit filed against the Davis School District by a teenager who was one of three victims in a teacher sex case. Read more »
Boil orders in Syracuse and Clinton were lifted Thursday after water samples tested negative for E. coli and coliform bacteria. Read more »
The interchange at I-15 and Hill Field Road in Layton often moves to a crawl, especially around 3:30 each afternoon. But that is expected to change once the Utah Department of Transportation is... Read more »
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