Friends and family of a missionary who was killed in a car accident remember her vibrant personality.
Kaysville is looking for a qualified individual to fill a position on the Planning Commission through June 30. Applicants must have been a resident of the city for at least a year. Read more »
A look at the circumstances surrounding each of the homicide victims killed in Utah during 2015. Read more »
Rescue crews with the Davis County Sheriff's Office are trying to get a disoriented snowshoer off the mountain above Layton. The man, 24, went on a snowshoe excursion and became disoriented after... Read more »
Following a violent beginning to the year, a total of 10 men were killed in encounters with Utah police officers during 2015, down from 14 in 2014. Read more »
Sixty-three people became victims of homicide (the killing of one human being by another) in Utah in 2015, while 10 others died at the hands of police officers who used lethal force to protect... Read more »
Smog settles over Davis County looking south toward Salt Lake City on New Year's Eve. Read more »
Centerville city officials have announced that Christmas tree pickup has been scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 9. Read more »
For the first time since 1984, the Union Pacific Railroad's causeway breach is no longer facilitating an exchange of water and salt between the north and south arms of the Great Salt Lake. The lake... Read more »
Syracuse officials announced continued growth in the city, with 230 new home permits and 573 building permits issued in 2015. In addition, 110 new business licenses were handed out during the year. Read more »
'Model' legislation on religious and LGBT rights, prison relocation and the top Utah stories of 2015
For Utahns, 2015 was a year marked by defining legal decisions, big political headlines, poignant victory and heart-wrenching loss. Read more »
The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index registered at 108.9 for December — down 5.1 points. Declining expectations for the next six months was the main reason for the decline, as... Read more »
Trooper Scott Wilson was responding after midnight to multiple slide-offs and crashes on northbound I-15 near the Roy exit when his cruiser was hit by a pickup truck that had lost control. Read more »
Snowblowers are helpful tools but can turn dangerous in a split second if directions aren't followed carefully. Utah resident Marty Clark recently learned that painful lesson. Read more »
Cabela’s is now accepting online applications for approximately 175 full-time, part-time and seasonal positions at its new Farmington store. Read more »
Ski patroller Mike Erickson was partially buried in an avalanche Tuesday morning at Snowbasin Resort after getting caught up in the slide while trying to make a slope safer for skiers and... Read more »
Utah's Weights and Measures program ensures that when items are scanned at the register, they reflect the price displayed on store shelves. A Harmons store in Farmington currently has a 100 percent... Read more »
Two men who allegedly broke into a portable classroom at Layton Elementary School and then started multiple fires inside were arrested early Monday. Read more »
Sunlight illuminates the snow-covered Grandeur Peak and the Salt Lake Valley below on Friday. Read more »
Former City Councilman Chris Snell has been appointed to fill Councilman Jared Taylor’s seat. Read more »
Having a child in the hospital can be stressful and, at times, lonely. A Syracuse mother whose daughter spent six months in the neonatal intensive care unit knows those feelings all too well. Now... Read more »
A new study on health care spending adds more depth to a conversation that has often touted Utah as the most affordable state in the nation, experts said. Read more »
South Davis Metro Firefighters warn that you only have to get close to suffer serious electric shock around downed power lines. Read more »
The three new campsites have been named in honor of three former Kaysville City mayors. Read more »
Stuart Williams has been named city attorney following the appointment of his predecessor, Brian Bower, as a justice court judge. Read more »
Intermountain Healthcare has announced plans to build a full-service hospital at Layton Parkway west of the south I-15 interchange and the FrontRunner tracks. Construction will begin in March 2016... Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's largest snowstorm in two years brought record snowfall to parts of the Wasatch Front, left commuters with a white-knuckle drive both to and from work, brought... Read more »
"We shall never forget you." Those words spoken by an officiator at one of 35 Wreaths Across America events Saturday in Utah rang true as volunteers and family members of lost and fallen military... Read more »
A 16-year-old who was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident Thursday was identified Friday as a Syracuse High School student. Read more »
A 16-year-old boy was struck and killed by a car while crossing the street Thursday evening in Syracuse. Read more »
With about five days to go before open enrollment to the federal insurance marketplace closes, more Utahns are opting for coverage there. And many of them can expect to save money, according to... Read more »
Utah continues to be one of the most generous states in the country when it comes to residents who donate their time and income to charitable causes, according to recent national research. Read more »
A Clearfield man has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault in the death of a woman he punched at a New Year's Eve party, causing her to hit her head. Read more »
A Bountiful man was arrested over the weekend for investigation of raping a 15-year-old girl. Read more »
You probably know Farmington because it's home to Lagoon. But now a different attraction will make you want to visit Farmington again... and again. Read more »
Charges of fraud and exploiting elderly patients have been dropped against a Layton chiropractor accused of billing patients thousands of dollars to recommend a 500-calorie weight loss plan. Read more »
The public is invited to an open house to discuss an active transportation plan for Kaysville and Farmington. Read more »
More single mothers are falling below the poverty line throughout Utah and the U.S., including almost 38 percent of single moms in the state, according to new Census data released Thursday. Read more »
A judge has tossed a lawsuit suing the Davis School District for hiring and not properly supervising high school teacher Brianne Altice, now convicted of having a sexual relationship with a student. Read more »
A married Centerville couple appeared in court Monday to face charges of running an unlicensed massage business out of their home, performing sexual acts on customers and secretly videotaping them. Read more »
The public is invited to attend an open house to honor four outgoing City Council members. Read more »
Eight Utah students received $1,000 Utah Educational Savings Plan college savings scholarship accounts for their winning entries in the 2015 “Make Your Mark” Bookmark Contest. Read more »
There's no easy solution to increasing voter turnout in Utah, according to a new report by the Utah Foundation. Read more »
Bank of Utah and Arctic Circle are partnering for Bank of Utah's annual Warm Bodies, Warm Souls coat drive Dec. 1-24. Read more »
The season's first mandatory no-burn restrictions came Tuesday for Salt Lake, Davis and Cache counties, and voluntary advisories are in place for Weber and Utah counties. Forecasters don't expect... Read more »
The Davis County Board of Health has selected Brian Hatch as the interim director of the health department. Read more »
A Kaysville man is accused of using multiple social media tools to exchange sexually explicit pictures with a 13-year-old girl. Read more »
A former youth counselor has been sentenced to prison for sexual activity with a teenage boy he met through the popular Especially For Youth religious seminar. Read more »
Saturday saw several road closures and accidents as light snow and cold temperatures created treacherous driving conditions over the holiday weekend. Read more »
Police on Thursday arrested a man believed to have stabbed another man earlier this week. Read more »
Before feasting in the afternoon, some Utahns spend their Thanksgiving morning running. Here are details for some of the races. Read more »
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