Debt collectors and telemarketers are among the most loathed by Utah consumers. Read more »
Hardware store employee volunteers helped a veteran's family with their home improvement knowledge on Tuesday. Read more »
The Utah Transit Authority’s FAREPAY promotion is being extended through Dec. 31. The promotion allows riders using electronic FAREPAY cards to receive up to 20 percent off their regular fare. Read more »
Utahns are being encouraged to give 100 hours of service in 2014, which Gov. Gary Herbert has declared a "A Year of Service in Utah." Read more »
Mormons in the United States are heavily concentrated in the West, with Utah having by far the most members, a new Gallup survey shows. Read more »
The Davis County Health Department is partnering with the Davis School District to host two radon awareness seminars. Read more »
Approximately 45,600 calls are made to the state's CrisisLine each year. Still, 574 deaths were classified as suicides by the Utah Office of the Medical Examiner in 2013. The state hopes to reduce... Read more »
A new Woods Cross elementary school now has a name, a principal and a theme. Read more »
A man convicted of shooting his father-in-law on Father's Day as he knelt to pray in church was sentenced directly to prison Thursday. Read more »
More than 120 Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to the 420th Military Police Company said goodbye to their loved ones and friends Monday, February 17, 2014, after which soldiers will spend several... Read more »
A new poll tapping conservation-themed attitudes of registered voters in six states reveals that Utahns — much more than their neighbors — believe air quality is a extremely or very... Read more »
Layne Wilson says he got a phone call Thursday from a man claiming to be Lt. Jeff Stevens. The caller informed him he had failed to report for jury duty and would need to pay a $500 fine. Police... Read more »
The city has announced it will help with the cost of sidewalk repair on residents' property. Read more »
Designed as a way to honor scholastic achievement, leadership and community service, the Sterling Scholar program continues to encourage educational excellence among high school seniors as it has... Read more »
Learn about the Sterling Scholar program and competition process. Read more »
Last year's Sterling Scholar winners offer advice to this year's nominees. Read more »
While the University of Utah holds the upper hand in the all-time win-loss record of the football rivalry that pits the Utes against BYU’s Cougars, among Utah’s 104 lawmakers, Cougar... Read more »
The Division of Wildlife Resources is working to move nearly 100 mule deer off of Antelope Island in an effort to balance out the population before the food supply runs out. Read more »
Woods Cross is breaking ground for its drinking water treatment facility on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Read more »
A two-alarm fire at a Layton home Wednesday was started by a 5-year-old playing with a lighter, firefighters said. Read more »
A Layton man pleaded guilty but mentally ill Tuesday in the brutal murder of his 4-year-old stepson, Ethan Stacy. Read more »
The Endangered Species Act Congressional Working group released a report Tuesday that details why the 40-year-old law is ripe for reform, asserting that it has an abysmal track record and does... Read more »
A snowstorm hit the Wasatch Front late Monday night and early Tuesday morning, greeting commuters on their way to work and school. Read more »
Everyone from world leaders to astronauts and popes are taking selfies, so I thought I'd try a selfie myselfie. Read more »
Ogden firefighters responded Sunday to a house fire where an elderly woman escaped with help from her son. Read more »
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