Utah veteran from an elite World War II commando unit will posthumously receive Congressional Gold Medal.
A Utah veteran who fought in an elite commando unit during World War II will posthumously receive the Congressional Gold Medal Tuesday, along with the rest of the force. Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation is advising motorists that lane splits presently in place on I-15 in South Davis County will extend to 2600 South beginning Tuesday, Feb. 3. Read more »
A former corrections officer at the Davis County Jail has been charged with custodial sexual relations involving an incident with an inmate. Read more »
The public is invited to tour and attend the ribbon-cutting event of the Woods Cross' new water treatment plant, which was built to remove the PCE (tetrachloroethene) contaminate from groundwater... Read more »
The Wasatch Front Regional Council is seeking input from residents on a regional transportation plan for Salt Lake, Davis, Weber and Box Elder counties. Read more »
Two Davis County Jail inmates are being commended for turning in a handgun and loaded magazine they found while picking up trash alongside I-15 in Centerville. Read more »
A Davis County school bus driver who was stopped and arrested in October while transporting 75 children and adults to a school event in Provo has been charged with DUI. Read more »
A state proposal to ban residential wood burning in seven counties on the Wasatch Front and Cache Valley is out for comment. The first of several public hearings was held Wednesday in Tooele... Read more »
State wildlife officials say they've detected a case of the bird flu in a duck that was hunted in Davis County. Read more »
The Syracuse Museum and Cultural Center has assembled a new exhibit for the winter and spring of 2015 focusing on "Syracuse: Then and Now." Read more »
Clearfield is inviting residents to apply to become an appointed member of the Parks and Recreation Commission. There is one vacancy on the panel. Read more »
The following is a list of public hearings on the proposed wood burning ban. Read more »
The director of CenterPoint Legacy Theatre's production of "The Miracle Worker," set to open Jan. 12, says the show will provide an opportunity for families to enjoy and learn from the stories of... Read more »
Officials Friday had not released the name or condition of a Syracuse man they say shot at police before officers returned fire Thursday evening. Read more »
The Davis County Health Department is offering a Living Well With Diabetes class. Read more »
A former Davis High School teacher already awaiting trial for allegedly having sex with two teenage boys has been charged again with unlawful sexual activity with a minor while out on bail. Read more »
The Davis County Health Department is offering a Medicare 101 class, designed to inform those turning 65 or preparing to retire about benefits offered by Medicare and enrollment time periods. Read more »
The Davis County Library invites beginning photographers of all ages to a workshop. Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation is planning a safety barrier project on U.S. 89 in Layton, Fruit Heights and Kaysville during 2015. Read more »
Getting a pothole fixed on state and federal roadways is now only a click away. On Tuesday, the Utah Department of Transportation launched a new mobile app designed to help drivers report concerns... Read more »
Of the 64 homicides in Utah during 2014 — not counting the 14 homicides at the hands of police officers — many involved family members killing other family members. Several tragic cases involved the murder of children and... Read more »
A year after strangers became friends through a unique kidney donation chain, they met to celebrate their lives and the changes their actions had made. Read more »
Of the 64 homicides in Utah during 2014 — not counting the 14 homicides at the hands of police officers — many involved family members killing other family members. Several tragic cases... Read more »
In the course of a year, Deseret News photojournalists shoot literally hundreds of thousands of images, covering not only the "news of the day," but, more importantly, the issues that matter to... Read more »
Staff with the Davis County Health Department’s Senior Services and the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program are requesting the public’s help to support a nonprofit agency that helps military members with staying... Read more »
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