John Swallow resigned as attorney general this week with nearly $300,000 in his campaign account.
Kaysville will host its annual holiday lighting ceremony and electric light parade on Monday, Dec. 2. Read more »
Layton police officer Anthony Yuen has received the Crisis Intervention Team Utah Officer of the Year Award. Read more »
Two years of work by the Economic Development Task Force left the 16 members zeroing in on air quality as a primary area that needs attention to keep Utah economically attractive for the next... Read more »
United Way of Salt Lake is sponsoring a warm winter clothing drive and has compiled a list of more than 50 volunteer opportunities to support families in need. Read more »
Police have identified the Syracuse driver killed Saturday after he crashed into a telephone pole. Read more »
An attorney representing clean air advocates said she will appeal Monday's decision by the Utah Division of Air Quality allowing the HollyFrontier Corp. refinery to increase its daily processing of... Read more »
The U.S. Humane Society is now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the people who threw a mother cat and four kittens out the window of a moving vehicle. Read more »
A gas leak at the HollyFrontier Corp. refinery temporarily evacuated the location Monday. Read more »
A 20-year-old Syracuse man died Saturday after hitting a telephone pole. Read more »
Davis County Health Department’s Senior Services is holding a gift drive to help make the holidays a little brighter for senior citizens who may be isolated or not have the financial... Read more »
A new sanctuary for birds is being created in the wetlands of Farmington Bay. The $250,000 project will help to revitalize the area and is being funded with money from an oil spill settlement with... Read more »
A Clinton man died Thursday when his semitrailer rolled in Summit County Read more »
Accused of air pollution violations, medical waste incinerator Stericycle has raised the ire of community activists who say clients of the North Salt Lake plant should take their business elsewhere... Read more »
A Bountiful man with several warrants who allegedly led officers on an intense chase last week has been arrested in Idaho. Read more »
Two Layton High School students were arrested this week for allegedly setting Davis High School's new multimillion-dollar football field on fire. Read more »
To thank and honor Shirley LeRoy Ball for his decades of service as a Hill Air Force Base firefighter, he became an honorary chief Wednesday on his 100th birthday. Read more »
While Tuesday may have seemed like any other day for most people, it was anything but ordinary for three West Bountiful teenagers who each turned 14 on 11/12/13. Read more »
The Utah Department of Health is beginning the second phase of its analysis to probe potential health impacts to the public due to Stericycle emissions. Read more »
The Tooele County School District will host parent seminars on substance abuse prevention, Internet safety, positive mental health and bully prevention. Read more »
The Davis Board of Education will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Nov. 19, to receive public input regarding a boundary change for elementary schools in the southern end of the county. Read more »
A second-grade teacher battling breast cancer got quite the surprise when she came back to school. On Monday, students and teachers, all dressed in pink, gathered to welcome her back after she... Read more »
Higher education officials have launched College Application Week in the hopes of encouraging more students to pursue higher education. Read more »
David Waters, a Navy veteran, struggles with severe depression, but he’s finding comfort in helping other vets. Read more »
A man accused of burying a body in the backyard of his girlfriend's Roy home has been sentenced to up to 20 years behind bars. Read more »
Protect Our Neighborhood Elections is emerging as a counter voice to Count My Vote, an initiative that seeks to change Utah's election process to a direct primary instead of the state's unique... Read more »
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John Swallow resigned as attorney general this week after raising more than $150,000 in campaign funds during the year that could be spent in a variety of ways, including on legal bills. Read more »
The family of Dustin Dickamore and the doctors who treated him say his recovery and restored vision following an ATV accident are nothing short of a miracle. Read more »
Residents in Weber County and along the Wasatch Front ventured out in cold temperatures Thursday, with the mercury in the 20s during the day and the teens by nightfall. Read more »
An improperly installed child seat is believed to have caused the death of an 3-year-old girl in a traffic accident Wednesday in Clinton. Read more »
A 9-year-old Utah boy knows what it's like to spend weeks in a hospital bed. This year, he decided to give back to the hospital that has cared for him countless times in his young life. Read more »
Farmington has recently taken steps to start a 40-acre park. Mayor Scott Harbertson and the City Council have announced the project, which will be the largest park in the city when finished. Read more »
Members of the State School Board are scheduled to discuss revisions to policy regarding the suspension of teacher licenses due to misconduct. Read more »
Layton city officials have confirmed that Mayor Steve Curtis died in his sleep overnight. He was 58 years old. Curtis was scheduled to finish out his second four-year term at the end of December. Read more »
The U.S. Air Force announced Tuesday that Hill Air Force Base will be the first operational base for a fleet of stealth fighter jets. Read more »
A child was killed in a head-on collision in front of Clinton Elementary School on Wednesday. Read more »
When she first tried several weeks ago to sign up for health insurance on the federal government's online marketplace, Pam Sheridan was repeatedly kicked off by the glitch-plagued website. Read more »
The Utah Association for Intellectual Disabilities wants to make sure low-income people with intellectual disabilities are not forgotten this Christmas. Read more »
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