Salt Lake County
University Hospitals and Clinics has opened a hotel for patients receiving care in Salt Lake City and their families.
Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder unveiled a new Autism Safety Roster Thursday to help officers better deal with children who have autism. Read more »
A Murray woman says she’s grateful for the help she received from a stranger after she got stuck on train tracks and a train was quickly approaching. The two met for the first time Thursday... Read more »
A Salt Lake police officer and a man he was pursuing were both injured Thursday at the end of a dramatic chase. Read more »
A seven-day preliminary hearing for a teen accused of killing 15-year-old Anne Kasprzak in 2012 has been set for March. Read more »
Utah business leaders want Congress to pass lasting immigration reform regardless of what President Barack Obama outlines by executive order. But several at a roundtable discussion Thursday say the... Read more »
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials say someone has shot and killed four deer in Herriman in the past few months. The deer were left to die, and some of them died in city neighborhoods. Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation says too many drivers are misusing the express lanes on I-15. The percentage of drivers inappropriately using the lanes has climbed over the past two years. Read more »
Fire destroyed an elderly couple's Riverton home while they were out doing service for their church Wednesday morning. Read more »
Members of Utah's congressional delegation responded Wednesday to President Barack Obama’s plan to use executive action to change immigration policy. Read more »
Utah health officials are continuing to monitor three of five individuals who have returned to the state from travel in Ebola-stricken areas of West Africa. Read more »
A legislative committee Wednesday debated proposed legislation that could slightly increase the minimum time noncustodial parents can spend with their children. Read more »
Retiring House Speaker Becky Lockhart, R-Provo, said Wednesday lawmakers need to be involved in the negotiations to expand the federal government's Utah Test and Training Range. Read more »
Tens of thousands of gun owners from around the country are taking advantage of Utah's concealed firearm permits each year. Read more »
Five days after Brighton High School received undisclosed threats via social media, Cottonwood Heights police released new information Wednesday about the nature of the threats. Read more »
A legislative committee passed a bill Wednesday that would allow the state to use a firing squad to execute death row inmates when the drugs necessary for lethal injection are not available. Read more »
The Broadway touring production of "Grinch the Musical" is like walking through the pages of the Seuss classic. Read more »
State prosecutors asked a judge Wednesday to dismiss one of the 10 felony public corruption charges against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. Read more »
Old refrigerators can now help feed hungry Utah families. Rocky Mountain Power will now pay customers $30 for their refrigerator, or that money can be donated directly to Utah Food Bank. Read more »
The National Park Service has announced work will go forward on projects near Delicate Arch in Arches National Park. Read more »
Salt Lake Comic Con is planning a smaller, high-quality FanX event coming in January, with "Star Wars" icon Carrie Fisher among the first named guests. Read more »
Utah Transit Authority is providing new options for people who commute by bicycle. Read more »
Police are looking for a man who they say entered the University Federal Credit Union, 490 E. 500 South, Tuesday night with a gun and improvised explosive device before leaving the scene with cash. Read more »
From haircuts to help finding work, more than 30 nonprofit, government and private sector partners took part Tuesday in the inaugural Project Uplift, an information and resource fair intended to... Read more »
With provisional and mail-in ballots finalized, Republicans trailing by only a handful of votes on Election Day have won seats previously held by Democrats, painting the GOP-held state House even redder. Read more »
The Salt Lake County Council on Tuesday approved the hiring of a Unified Police Department detective to join the interdisciplinary team that will work with a veterans court to be launched in 3rd... Read more »
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A Utah family's adoption of an Ethiopian child gives her access to unique medical care and a chance at a longer life. Read more »
Lawmakers and police in Utah are expressing early interest in a “Michael Brown Law,” as family representatives of the man shot and killed by an officer in Ferguson, Missouri, call for... Read more »
Christians are celebrating Advent as a way to spiritually prepare for Christmas. Read more »
A bill that would increase the personal income tax rate in Utah by 1 percent, collecting an added $585 million for education each year, has incited debate among lawmakers, educators and policy... Read more »
University Hospitals and Clinics has opened a hotel for patients receiving care in Salt Lake City and their families. Read more »
Utah's two research universities ranked among the top 100 institutions in some subjects from a list of 20,000 institutions worldwide in a new index measuring the quality and quantity of published... Read more »
A Washington judge has found that the father-in-law of missing Utah woman Susan Powell is in violation of a court order for failing to get mandated sexual deviancy treatment and has ordered him to... Read more »
A crowd of nearly 40 people gathered downtown raised an angry cry as they received word the Ferguson police officer who shot Michael Brown will not be indicted. Read more »
Plaintiffs in Utah's same-sex marriage recognition case will receive $95,000 in attorneys fees from the state under an agreement between the parties. Initially, the plaintiffs sought nearly... Read more »
Fire destroyed a mobile home in West Valley City Wednesday morning, leaving a family of three homeless just a day before Thanksgiving. Read more »
As a second night of tense demonstrations erupted miles away in Ferguson, Missouri, small groups in the Salt Lake Valley met to pray and to protest in a growing national debate about police violence. Read more »
Rick Westmoreland filed a lawsuit alleging his teenage daughter’s civil rights were violated by a Weber School District rule that limits the number of freshmen who can participate in high... Read more »
The Utah Republican Party plans to file a lawsuit against a compromise reached by lawmakers on an initiative to change the state's unique system for selecting candidates, state GOP Chairman James... Read more »
The man shot and killed by a South Jordan police officer on Saturday was charged Monday in 3rd District Court with taking a vehicle without permission. Read more »
The Salt Lake City Council has passed guidelines that pave the way for ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft to operate in the city legally, but the companies say the rules are burdensome and... Read more »
Dozens of agencies are willing to provide either supplies or meals for those in need this holiday. Read more »
As the White House takes on sexual assault at the nation's schools, Utah's universities carry on work to educate and learn more about how to prevent sexual assaults and provide help for those... Read more »
Murray City School District open enrollment for nonresident students will begin Monday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 a.m. at the Murray School District offices. Read more »
More than a month after remediation was originally expected to begin on the landslide in North Salt Lake, plans to improve the slope are now beginning to materialize. Read more »
Craig Larry Marx pleaded guilty Monday to misdemeanor theft and drug possession charges for stealing prescription muscle relaxers from the Duchesne Valley Medical Clinic, where he worked as a... Read more »
The LDS Corner Canyon's 6th Ward's makeover of a Burmese refugee family's home furthered the membership's understanding of the family's challenging journey to the United States and honors the... Read more »
A Salt Lake man accused of robbing a Smith's Food and Drug store in Price has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence. Read more »
The officer who fatally shot a man in South Jordan on Saturday was wearing a body camera, but it wasn't turned on, police said Monday. Read more »
To prepare for winter, Utah Department of Transportation held its annual tow plow training, in which the state’s 16 tow plow operators received one hour of instruction before getting behind... Read more »
A man accused of pouring hot sauce on his common-law wife's head and throwing boiling water at her was arrested Sunday. Read more »
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