Salt Lake County
Rocky Mountain Power honored the LDS Church Monday for its energy conservation efforts.
A man who police say purposely drove drunk at a high rate of speed on the wrong side of the road in a suicide attempt now faces criminal charges. Read more »
A woman wanted for questioning in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash last week has now been officially named as suspect. Read more »
City and airport officials unveiled renderings detailing Salt Lake City International Airport's terminal redevelopment interior and exterior designs Tuesday. Read more »
Canyons School District students who attend kindergarten through sixth grade are eligible for testing for placement in the district's advanced-learner magnet program services in the 2016-17 school... Read more »
The Granite School District will host three parent seminars on youth protection during the school year. Read more »
A team of University of Utah researchers tapped into a $5.5 million grant to look at real-time triggers for pediatric asthma attacks, including local air quality conditions. The study will follow... Read more »
Brandishing their environmental agendas, Mayor Ralph Becker and his rival Jackie Biskupski on Monday sparred over who should be named the most eco-friendly candidate for Salt Lake mayor. Read more »
A South Salt Lake man, 58, was charged Monday with approaching a 12-year-old neighbor and asking her if she would have sex with him for money. Read more »
The childhood injury prevention program Hold On to Dear Life is celebrating 25 years of safety programs. The program originally started as a vehicle occupant safety program and has since expanded... Read more »
Various Salt Lake organizations earned praise in a Harvard Business School report released Monday that examined combined efforts to improve the well being and academic outcomes of students. Read more »
"42nd Street" launched its national tour from Salt Lake and was only in town for a few days. The show is a dazzler, full of energy and heart, color and motion. Who knew tap dance could be so much fun? Read more »
Salt Lake Community College placed sixth overall in Community College Week’s most recent Top 100 list of associate degree producing colleges in the country. Read more »
Starting this Thursday, people will no longer be able to pick up or drop off passengers inside the parking garage on the second level of the Salt Lake City International Airport. Read more »
Kadee Duclos' brainstorm has produced a lunch — and then some — with Utah's top women leaders. Read more »
Salt Lake Comic Con's third annual event since 2013 delivered the convention's strongest star lineup to date and an increase in out-of-state attendance. Read more »
For Suzanne Wagstaff and other Gold Star families who gathered at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery on Sunday, there's no end to the grieving for loved ones who died while serving in the military. Read more »
There will be at least two and as many as three new faces on the Salt Lake City Council after the Nov. 3 election. Read more »
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Xtreme is in Salt Lake City and filled with action, death-defying routines and animals on parade — but it's difficult to hear in the... Read more »
Two teenage girls escaped serious injury after their vehicle rolled in Little Cottonwood Canyon Saturday. Read more »
Westminster College inaugurated Stephen R. Morgan Saturday as the 18th president in the college's 140-year history. Read more »
A man believed to have vandalized and stolen from over 40 vending machines throughout Utah and surrounding states has been arrested. Read more »
Unified police are asking for the public's help to identify a man who robbed a Midvale bank Friday. Read more »
Through hundreds of performances over the course of five decades, RDT has molded itself into "the nation's oldest and most successful repertory dance company," according to its website. Read more »
In "Followed by Frost," the beautiful Smitha is cursed to be as cold as her heart when she scorns a young man and is forced to leave her community. She wanders until invited to go south in this... Read more »
"A 7.0 earthquake would be absolutely devastating, wherever it hits, in its effect on people, infrastructure — all of the things we take for granted and that we rely on every day," said Joe... Read more »
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An American Airlines captain from West Jordan died Monday while flying from Phoenix to Boston. Read more »
City and LGBT community leaders have announced a proposal to rename 900 South as "Harvey Milk Boulevard" after the fallen LGBT activist. Read more »
The 185th Semiannaul General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints concluded Sunday with messages from leaders encouraging Mormons to remain converted to Christ, work... Read more »
Rocky Mountain Power honored the LDS Church Monday for its energy conservation efforts. Since the start of a partnership with Rocky Mountain Power in 2007, the church saved more than 16 million... Read more »
Utahns employed in construction and manufacturing have higher rates of smoking and binge drinking than people in other industries, according to a state health department report. Read more »
Two residents located explosive devices and delivered the dangerous items to Salt Lake police Sunday in separate incidents. Read more »
A group of about 30 Ordain Women supporters gathered outside Temple Square on Saturday to show their continued desire for female members of the LDS Church to be ordained to the church's priesthood. Read more »
A family is in mourning after their loved one, Donald Leroy Brown, was struck and killed by a TRAX train after his wheelchair became stuck on the tracks. Witnesses say Brown was trying to get out... Read more »
Salt Lake City is playing host to the 35th annual Oil Shale Symposium sponsored the Governor's Office of Energy Development and the Colorado School of Mines. The event drew Utah, national and... Read more »
As Utah resorts gear up for the winter season, a federal appeals court will hear arguments from a group of snowboarders who want to ride at skiers-only Alta. Read more »
In one of Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker's TV ads scheduled to air Monday, the Salt Lake County mayor directly singles out Becker's rival, Jackie Biskupski. Read more »
A University of Utah professor hopes a new online database will change the way people talk and think about suicide. Read more »
Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff joined a prosecution motion Monday to force the Justice Department to turn over evidence gathered in an investigation of him and his successor. Read more »
Another Utah couple whose daughter became sick after eating contaminated cucumbers has sued a California produce distributor. Read more »
Gun control laws aren't the answer to stop mass shootings and may make residents of states that restrict access to weapons more vulnerable, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah said Friday. Read more »
About 402,000 ballots flooded Salt Lake County voters' mailboxes Monday afternoon. Voters in other Utah municipalities holding vote-by-mail elections will receive their ballots by the end of the week. Read more »
"Young Frankenstein" will be staged at the Grand Theatre in Salt Lake City from Oct. 8-30. "Our amazing crew has been working around the clock to get everything ready," said interim artistic... Read more »
The battle between Herriman city and the owners trying to open a neighborhood drug and rehab center is heating up. The owners of Renew Wellness and Recovery say the city is caving to pressure from... Read more »
A woman who was stabbed by an intruder who broke into her house believes two people helped save her that night. Read more »
Parliament of the World's Religions, an event intended to bolster interfaith relationships worldwide, will bring some 10,000 devotees from 80 countries and 50 faith traditions to Salt Lake City... Read more »
The Rocky Mountain Innocence Center believes a man convicted of murder in 2001 did not commit the crime. They want the state to test DNA evidence from the crime scene that was never tested during... Read more »
The 3rd Annual Utah Firefighter Chili Cookoff featured spicy concoctions from fire departments from around the state. Read more »
A Blessing of the Animals was performed Sunday by Father Patrick Carley of the St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in West Jordan. Many churches celebrate the feast of St. Francis of Assisi every... Read more »
A roundup of some of the most notable elections happening in the five biggest Utah cities after Salt Lake City. Read more »
A West Valley City woman is accused of stabbing her mother seven times and then attacking a neighbor by hitting him with the lid of a pot. The woman, police say, had to be subdued after she went... Read more »
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