Friends and family of a missionary who was killed in a car accident remember her vibrant personality.
Have you ever wondered why the Great Salt Lake is salty? Or what causes that distinctive smell? Read more »
Police were searching for a man they say stabbed another man in an attempted homicide Tuesday evening in Layton. Read more »
The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index decreased by 1.6 points to register at 114 in November. The index continued to show high confidence from consumers about the strong-performing local... Read more »
Workers lifted the final steel beam into place at the planned 200,000-square-foot University of Utah health center in Farmington on Tuesday. Read more »
Starbucks wants to add alcoholic beverages to its assortment of coffee, tea and hot chocolate at five of its Utah stores, but the state alcohol commission isn't ready to let the pouring begin. Read more »
Layton is currently constructing a 10-acre park. Read more »
Join the Davis County Library for a night of storytelling for the entire family. Read more »
A man accused of hosting a party for four juveniles on Halloween, getting them drunk and then raping a 17-year-old girl, is scheduled to make an appearance in court on Wednesday. Read more »
A Centerville man accused of stabbing his wife and attempting to run over her with his car when she told him she wanted a divorce has been sentenced to prison. Read more »
The North Salt Lake Planning Commission will have an opening in January and is currently accepting applications to fill the position. Read more »
A University of Utah professor and his students have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the prison sentence given to a Utah man after he raped and killed a youth counselor at age 17. Read more »
Utah’s payroll employment for October 2015 grew by an estimated 3.5 percent, adding 47,700 jobs to the economy as compared to October 2014. The state jobless rate was at 3.6 percent in... Read more »
Individuals, families and businesses are invited to adopt a family and help fill in for Santa this Christmas through the Deseret News Sub for Santa program. Read more »
The city’s “Christmas in the Park” is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 30, at Hogan Park, 720 W. 1500 South in Woods Cross. Read more »
The Davis Board of Education is seeking comment on the proposed 2016-17 school year calendar. Read more »
Those who support the use of seat belts can submit a picture to the Zero Fatalities "Buckle Up You Must" contest. Read more »
A recent study shows that Utah wages rank quite competitively across the Intermountain West. When comparing Utah’s wages with the national average, the Beehive State has a higher percentage... Read more »
Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings confirmed that he is investigating U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid based on evidence he has come across in prosecuting former Utah Attorney General Mark... Read more »
The numbers of chronically homeless Utahns are so low, service providers know them by name. And family homelessness is down 10 percent from a year ago, a new state report says. Yet, numbers of... Read more »
The Bountiful City Council voted Tuesday not to support a proposed land swap that would have exchanged two plots of private and U.S. Forest Service land on the outskirts of the city. Read more »
During this Christmas season, we invite you to help fill the wish list of one of many families in need by adopting a family through the Sub for Santa program. Read more »
It's that time of year again. For less than the price of a fast food combination meal, residents and visitors alike can snap up a stocking stuffer from the Utah Geological Survey. The 2016 calendar... Read more »
Antelope Island State Park will be closed to the public Monday, Dec. 7, for the park's annual bison hunt. Read more »
A developer once proposing to swap property with the U.S. Forest Service on the outskirts of Bountiful has withdrawn a request for city support following outcries from community members. Read more »
When election results are finalized Tuesday, the tallies will set in stone Salt Lake City's next mayor and conclusively resolve the close race of Proposition 1 in Salt Lake County. Read more »
More women are having to make a heart-wrenching decision when they learned there's a good chance they'll get breast cancer. The women in one Utah family are taking drastic measures to stay alive. Read more »
The public is invited to join Kaysville for its annual Christmas lighting ceremony and Electric Light Parade at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30. Read more »
Santa rides the Mini Express train to Layton Hills Mall in Layton on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015. Santa arrived at the mall via Chopper 5. Read more »
Centerville will hold a public hearing to discuss its Urban Deer Control Plan during the regular City Council meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at Centerville City Hall, 250 N. Main. Read more »
Join Layton City Parks and Recreation for this year's holiday lighting ceremony at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23. Read more »
Do you have hidden treasure hidden in your attic? If so, Syracuse Museum would like to see it. Read more »
An investigation into how a patient at McKay-Dee Hospital got hepatitis C has expanded to a second hospital. Read more »
BOUNTIFUL — City officials are asking residents to help name the new park at 600 E. Mill St. Email ideas to email@example.com. The deadline is Dec. 31. Read more »
Darren Parry, vice chairman of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, will discuss the Bear River Massacre, which took place on Jan. 29, 1863, during an appearance at the Hill Aerospace... Read more »
America's classrooms are changing. Here's a look at the race/ethnicity and gender breakdown of Utah's schools. Read more »
Antelope Island State Park is inviting the pubic to learn more about the island’s bison herd on Saturday, Nov. 28 at 11 a.m. in the Visitor Center’s theater room. Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation has announced state Route 39, the Monte Cristo Highway, and SR-65, the Big Mountain Highway, are set to close Monday, Nov. 16, depending on the weather. Read more »
Around 800 high school students attended the Northern Utah STEM Career Exposition on Monday. The expo stressed getting a degree based on an intended job, instead of getting a job based on a degree. Read more »
Clearfield is looking for residents who would like to serve on the Planning Commission or the Parks and Recreation Commission. Read more »
Davis County sheriff's deputy Dave Passmore and Sgt. Ellis Bruch had their heads shaved Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015, in Farmington to show solidarity with deputy Paul Coon, who lost his hair while... Read more »
A hard-fought battle over a controversial law governing public access to streams and rivers that cross private land culminated in a ruling that deemed the statute unconstitutional. An anglers... Read more »
A man accused of killing his wife's ex-husband by brutally beating and stomping him to death exchanged several texts with the victim prior to their confrontation, according to newly released search... Read more »
Two parking stalls near the Layton Police Department are now reserved for as a "safe exchange zone" for residents to use, the agency said Wednesday. Read more »
A Syracuse man donated 127 gallons of blood over the past 40 years. As one of the top blood donors in the United States, he was inducted into the Donation Hall of Fame on Monday. Read more »
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 »
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