The public is invited to tour and attend the ribbon-cutting event of the Woods Cross' new water treatment plant,...
Two Bountiful girls have been charged with making up an elaborate kidnapping story, claiming they were taken at knife point, tied up and held hostage for 19 hours before eventually escaping 75... Read more »
A family grieving the loss of a family member returns from a viewing only to find their home had been burglarized. Someone took between $10,000 and $15,000 of personal property plus the family car. Read more »
The family of a 12-year-old Kaysville girl accidentally shot and killed by her younger sibling broke their silence Tuesday with a brief statement. Read more »
Applications are now being accepted for those wishing to participate in Clearfield's Citizen Patrol program. Read more »
Kaysville will ring in the holiday season with its annual Electric Light Parade next week. Read more »
Students dressed up Monday to honor Adelaide Clinger, 12, who died after she was accidentally shot Sunday by a younger sibling. Read more »
A 12-year-old girl died after she was apparently shot by a younger sibling at their home in Kaysville Sunday afternoon. Police said the shooting was an accident. Read more »
As the White House takes on sexual assault at the nation's schools, Utah's universities carry on work to educate and learn more about how to prevent sexual assaults and provide help for those... Read more »
A man who was shot by police inside a popular Ogden restaurant Thursday remained hospitalized Friday in critical condition. Read more »
The Davis Board of Education is seeking comment as it considers adoption of its proposed school calendar for 2015-16. Read more »
Woods Cross is kicking off the Christmas season Dec. 1 with its annual Christmas in the Park. Read more »
An expansion of Farmington's Public Works and Parks and Recreation departments has been completed. Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation says too many drivers are misusing the express lanes on I-15. The percentage of drivers inappropriately using the lanes has climbed over the past two years. Read more »
The Kaysville Police Department will conduct Click It or Ticket enforcement later this month. Read more »
Clearfield Community Services will be accepting nominations for Clearfield residents for the Holiday Yard Decorating contest. Read more »
About 18 months ago, Alanna Whetsel was told she will eventually be legally blind. She was devastated, but through her friendship with someone who understands what she is going through, she is able... Read more »
Retired Brig. Gen. Roland R. Wright is a combat pilot with a distinguished military career spanning more than three decades. Tuesday, the Utah Air National Guard Base was renamed the Ronald R.... Read more »
Stephanie Sloop pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and obstruction of justice Monday in connection with the death of her 4-year-old son, Ethan Stacy, in 2010. She was ordered to spend 20 years to... Read more »
Utahns were ranked No. 1 in the nation for voluntarism in 2013. In keeping with tradition, here are ways your family can serve throughout the holiday season. Read more »
A 16-year-old West Point boy convicted earlier this year in juvenile court of murdering his two younger brothers now faces a new charge in adult court. Read more »
Some repairmen are cautioning as temperatures plummet that heat exchanger cracks aren’t anywhere close to as common as they are diagnosed, and they’re urging homeowners to get second... Read more »
Investigators believe they know the identity of a woman whose body was found in a house fire in Roy Wednesday. Read more »
Davis County officials say mail-in ballots brought in more voters than expected in an off-year election and cranked up voter engagement to exciting levels. Read more »
Lesley Jensen has the same type of brain cancer right-to-die activist Brittany Maynard had, but she says community support has turned the diagnosis into something amazing. Read more »
Student enrollment in Utah charter schools grew 11 percent since last fall, and those schools are accounting for a greater portion of the state's student population, according to a report released... Read more »
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