South Davis County motorists will have to deal with the pain of orange barrels and lane restrictions.
South Davis County motorists will have to deal with the pain of orange barrels and lane restrictions for the foreseeable future before realizing the pleasure of expanded highway driving sometime... Read more »
Fruit Heights City will be hosting a Tri-City Emergency Preparedness Fair for residents of Farmington, Kaysville and Fruit Heights. Read more »
The Davis School District has honored its top 10 employees and Rookie of the Year. Read more »
A man died after being hit by a FrontRunner train Tuesday night in Sunset, police said. Read more »
"Little Libraries" for children's books have been popping up around Clearfield, thanks to the Davis Community Learning Center and three Eagle Scouts. Read more »
Police said Monday an officer had little choice but to shoot a suicidal man Sunday after the man pointed a gun at officers. Experts say there are resources for those who are suicidal. Read more »
Now that the first quarter of the year is over and the weather is warming up, some Utahns are assessing and renewing the resolutions they made three months ago. Read more »
Around 900 students, spanning 6th to 12th grade, made up 74 teams who competed in the Utah Science Olympiad Saturday as they tested their knowledge and skill in 23 events. The events encompassed... Read more »
Rocky Mountain Power's Blue Sky program is now accepting applications for funding awards for community-based renewable energy projects. Read more »
Blue pinwheels are planted throughout the state to help encourage the public to prevent child abuse and neglect. Read more »
Utah State University will lower tuition for in-state students taking online courses starting in the coming summer semester. The university's tuition plateau has also lowered to 12 credits. Read more »
A recent Utah State University study found that young athletes get less enjoyment from participating in sports when they interpret their parents' financial contributions as pressure to win. Read more »
Utah’s average gasoline price, $3.32, is the second lowest in the country. Only Montana at $3.29, reports a lower average price than Utah. Read more »
Layton drivers can expect a redesign on Hill Field Road with new designated U-turns expected to begin this summer. Read more »
Tyler Ryan Geary, who is accused of shaking and killing his girlfriend's crying child in Layton, was ordered Monday to stand trial in the 11-month-old's death. Read more »
The Utah Court of Appeals has upheld the firing of an assistant Davis County attorney for misconduct in connection with a 2010 aggravated robbery trial. Read more »
The Utah Transit Authority will run additional TRAX service on Saturday, April 5, and Sunday, April 6, to assist riders traveling to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' general... Read more »
A 13-year-old girl baby-sitting her younger sister hid inside a closet and called 911 Wednesday after burglars broke into their Ogden home. Read more »
Layton police arrested a man Tuesday who is charged with collecting more than $70,000 by soliciting numerous businesses to buy custom T-shirts without delivering. Read more »
When you think of what helped Utah pull out of the recession, what comes to mind? A new report is pointing to Hispanic entrepreneurs. Read more »
According to a recent report released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Women in Business, Utah ranks third highest for the percentage of self-employed workers who are... Read more »
Students at Weber State University say they've found a new and improved way to track air pollution. Instead of getting data from fixed areas in the state, their system can bring information... Read more »
In observance of Citizenship Day, the Utah chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association will host free legal clinics in Salt Lake City and Provo on April 26, to help lawful permanent... Read more »
Three veteran 10th Circuit Court of Appeals judges will hear arguments next week in Utah's same-sex marriage case. Read more »
As she enters her second half-century, former Miss America Sharlene Wells has turned her attention to serving the needs of the military. Read more »
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