An Olympic medalist Utahn brought her message of hard work and perseverance to high school students
Designer Jonathan Hull recently created a Heaven USA map that shows locations across the United States named after religious figures and holidays. Read more »
Robert Benton, 67, of Kaysville, died from his injuries after being hit by a truck that was backing down a business loading ramp at the Freeport Center. Read more »
The Davis School District has set a deadline for students who wish to transfer from their assigned school to another school outside their boundaries. Read more »
A man was hit by a FrontRunner train in Roy that was coming to a stop, in the second UTA-related accident in two days. Read more »
A teenage girl was in critical condition Monday after falling from a moving pickup truck in Clearfield. Read more »
Students attending seventh grade in the Davis School District this fall can be tested for math acceleration on Jan. 30 and 31. Students currently attending Davis School District will be tested at... Read more »
Two more banks were robbed in Salt Lake City on Monday. The incidents marked the 23rd and 24th bank robberies along the Wasatch Front since Nov. 2, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigations. Read more »
Davis County sheriff's deputies are investigating what may have prompted a female driver to run a red light early Sunday morning causing a crash with another vehicle that resulted in minor damage... Read more »
Laramie Riggs, who in July was injured in a bus crash in Ecuador that resulted in 12 deaths, spoke about her recovery on Sunday to members of her congregation at Elevation Church. Read more »
Qualifying tournaments for the Utah First Lego League began Saturday, with the best teams headed for the state championship at the end of the month. Read more »
The use of deadly force when a moving vehicle is involved can be one of the most difficult situations an officer encounters. Yet each police agency in Utah has different rules about shooting at... Read more »
The inversion season last year was one of the worst in about a decade, and the Wasatch Front is off to a bad start again this winter. Though the air in northern Utah seems bad now, it’s... Read more »
Clearfield is looking to fill a vacancy on the City Council after Councilman Mark Shepherd was elected mayor on Nov. 5. Read more »
The Davis School District is offering free parent seminars on substance abuse, bullying and Internet safety. Read more »
The Woods Cross City Council has adopted a resolution increasing water rates by $9 per month to fund the repayment of the new water treatment facility, as well as future depreciation needs. Read more »
Rocky Mountain Power is requesting a price increase of $76.3 million or 4 percent overall average. A typical residential customer would see an increase of about $3.73 on their monthly bill. Read more »
Weber State University will celebrate its 125th anniversary on Tuesday, Jan. 7 with a daylong event featuring performers, prizes and remarks by school officials. Read more »
Police say a man who ran out of Davis Hospital and onto I-15 where he was hit and killed was reportedly acting unusual prior to being taken to the hospital. Read more »
A 29-year-old Syracuse man is dead after he ran out of an emergency room and onto the freeway, where he was hit Thursday. Read more »
Police responded to another bank robbery Thursday. The incident marked the 22nd bank robbery along the Wasatch Front since Nov. 2, according to FBI statistics. Read more »
In 2013, maybe more so than any year in recent memory, tragic homicides and violent deaths left loved ones, the public and even police investigators asking questions about motive that may never be... Read more »
A federal judge declined Monday to stay his controversial ruling last week that legalized same-sex marriage in Utah. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert is directing the Utah Department of Health to lead a multifaceted investigation of Stericycle's health effects in areas surrounding the medical waste incineration facility. He... Read more »
OGDEN — Two stints in prison, rehab and a probation officer failed to inspire Mike DeBoer to give up the drugs. Dirty diapers, peanut butter sandwiches, playing "tickle monster" with a giggly... Read more »
President Ronald Reagan's connections with Utah were surprisingly deep and meaningful. While U.S. presidents dating back to Ulysses S. Grant visited Utah and met with leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, none... Read more »
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