Leonard Andrews, a computer programer who works just a short distance from one of five proposed prison sites, wasn't...
Antelope Island State Park will host an evening of stargazing with members of the Ogden Astronomical Society. Read more »
More than 700,000 Utahns will be participating in a statewide earthquake drill Thursday for the annual Great Utah ShakeOut, an initiative to help people and organizations practice how to protect... Read more »
A ruling in 2nd District Court on Thursday denied a motion for a class action lawsuit against former Utah Highway Patrol trooper Lisa Steed. Read more »
Envision Utah developed five potential scenarios for the state, based on feedback from Utahns and experts. Now it's time for Utahns to vote on what they would like their future to look like. Read more »
Defense contractor Orbital ATK announced Monday that the company has laid off 61 workers. The cuts were from the propulsion systems department in divisions located in Alabama, Florida and Utah. Read more »
The annual Easter Egg Dive was held at the Clearfield Aquatic Center in Clearfield on Saturday, April 4, 2015. After diving for plastic eggs in both the lap and leisure pools, children were able to... Read more »
Scott Fisher, host of a nationally syndicated radio talk show on genealogy, helped Davis County authorities locate relatives of a woman whose remains were found Feb. 5 in Fruit Heights. Read more »
Standing in front of an array of solar panels at Hill Air Force Base, President Barack Obama announced Friday the base will participate in a new program aimed at helping vets prepare for jobs in... Read more »
The Layton City Council is reviewing utility rates for water, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, refuse, and street lighting as it goes through the budget process for fiscal year 2015-2016. Read more »
Centerville is celebrating its centennial with 100 Trees for 100 Years. Residents have a chance to participate in the planting of 100 trees. Read more »
Police are looking for a Texas man who allegedly scammed an elderly woman out of more than a thousand dollars by purporting to repair her driveway. Read more »
Farmington residents are invited to an open house to review and provide input on plans for a new park and gym. Read more »
Clearfield Mayor Mark Shepherd and the City Council will be hosting four neighborhood open houses. Read more »
Utah's amusement park opened for the summer season on Saturday, welcoming up to 10,000 guests to a 70-plus-degree day of fun. Read more »
Duct tape is known for its strength and ability to hold things together, including a principal to a marquee sign, as Clinton Elementary students found out today. Read more »
He allegedly huffed, puffed and blew houses down, but the Big Bad Wolf will not be confined to a big house made of bricks. The mock trial was conducted by third-grade students from Endeavor... Read more »
The Provo City School District named Anne-Marie Harrison as its new executive director of teaching and learning. Read more »
More than $40 million each year is turned over to the state to be returned to Utah residents, but only $15 million is actually returned. Read more »
A Kaysville woman lost some of her freedom when a thief or thieves made off with her wheelchair ramp last week. Read more »
A Layton man who pleaded guilty in a case that spurred lawmakers to revise state law against so-called revenge porn was sentenced to 60 days in jail Tuesday. Read more »
A 77-year-old Farmington man charged with lewdness after sunbathing nude in his backyard has agreed to a plea deal that keeps his record clean as long as he wears a swimsuit. Read more »
A man was arrested early Sunday after police say he shot and killed his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend in West Point. Read more »
Citing both accreditation battles and plunging graduation rates, the Davis Applied Technology College is no longer accepting new students into its American Sign Language Interpretation program,... Read more »
Skyline High School senior Samuel Adams was named the 2015 general winner of the 2015 Deseret News/KSL Sterling Scholar Awards Program. Read more »
The Board of Education of the Davis School District is seeking comments from residents after it passed a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of not more than $43 million of the 2009... Read more »
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