A Kaysville man is accused of using social media to exchange sexually explicit pictures with a 13-year-old girl.
Davis County Library will host a book sale at its Clearfield branch, 562 S. 1000 East on Saturday, Nov. 14, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Read more »
Wet weather pounded southern Utah in October but did not show up much for the northern half of the state. Utah is still in the clutches of a four-year drought, with water managers anxious that... Read more »
A West Bountiful man got four juveniles drunk during a Halloween party at his home, then raped one of them multiple times and kept her in a bedroom against her will, police said. Read more »
Utahns will vote on issues ranging from city council positions, mayoral candidates, a proposed sales tax and a measure on community preservation in Tuesday's election. Here is your guide for some... Read more »
The Davis Arts Council has partnered with Walk-Ons to bring live theater to senior citizens in Davis County through Senior Stages: The Art of Aging. Read more »
A free lunch and program to honor area veterans will be held Saturday, Nov. 7, at 11 a.m., at Davis High School, 325 S. Main, Kaysville. Read more »
The stark reality of the continuing drought's impact in 17 states in the West, Pacific Northwest and Midwest is driving new regional and federal responses to better prepare. One includes a regional... Read more »
The Bountiful City Council heard from members of the public while considering whether to support a proposed land exchange around the city limits. Read more »
Zach Winegar carves a 700-pound pumpkin at Station Park in Farmington on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015. Read more »
Police have named the man who was found dead Sunday behind a business in Kaysville. Read more »
It's an epidemic in Utah, the dark underbelly of prescription drug abuse. But what is it like to love someone who is addicted? Hillary Kemp and David Talbot give an honest look at the roller... Read more »
Hands-free devices are entirely safe to use while driving, right? A recent U. study shows that this is likely not the case. It may take a driver up to 27 seconds to refocus on the road after using... Read more »
A former counselor of the popular Especially For Youth religious seminar has pleaded guilty to sexual activity with a teenage boy he met through the program. Read more »
A Unified police officer was arrested for an alleged sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl, the department said Thursday. Read more »
A former corrections officer was ordered Wednesday to stand trial on allegations of illegal sexual conduct with a female inmate. Read more »
A Utah family earning $50,000 a year could end up paying nearly an additional $140 annually in gas, property and sales taxes thanks to the 2015 Legislature. Read more »
A man accused of killing his wife's ex-husband outside in an attack outside a Bountiful home was charged Tuesday with murder. Read more »
In 65 cities across Utah, local officials have canceled municipal elections this year because there was nothing to vote for. Read more »
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre offers plenty of sighs and thrills in its current production of "Aida." Read more »
A new Red Cross app gives real-time information about flooding and flash floods. Read more »
The Skypark Airport in Woods Cross reopened Thursday after being closed during a monthlong renovation. The old runway was falling apart, and a $1.2 million redo was necessary to accommodate the... Read more »
A Bountiful man who police believe killed his wife's ex-husband Wednesday continued to attack the man after he was on the ground bleeding and injured, and at one point paused to take a picture of... Read more »
One man is dead and another was arrested for investigation of murder Wednesday after police say an altercation in front of a Bountiful home turned deadly. Read more »
A Utah man says he won't take down a hangman decoration that's part of his annual Halloween display, despite a complaint from the NAACP that the decoration simulates the lynching of African-Americans. Read more »
As repairs continue on the landslide in North Salt Lake, city leaders are considering a new ordinance they say would enhance current policies to reduce the risk of future geologic problems, large... Read more »
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