Salt Lake County
One of the accomplices in an aggravated robbery turned deadly at a Murray convenience store wanted credit for pulling...
Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams stepped forward Wednesday to publicly discuss a legal brawl between the county and another top Democrat, state Rep. Justin Miller. Read more »
New incentives announced by the Governor's Office of Economic Development are expected to add 900 new jobs to the Utah economy over the next two decades. Read more »
A man was arrested Wednesday night following a bizarre incident in which police say he jumped into a Corvette that obviously had a passenger still in it, drove it around, stopped and got out. Read more »
Salt Lake City officials announced another effort Thursday to combat downtown's infamous parking reputation. No more running to feed expiring meters, and visitors can avoid rain or snow by paying... Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday he's open to legalizing marijuana for medical use. Read more »
About 100 people stood in reverence Wednesday night as Utah's fallen police officers were honored during a vigil at the Capitol in the first ever statewide ceremony of its kind. Read more »
Veterans Tradinc Co., a Park City-based business under legal fire for allegedly firing an executive who was on military leave, has filed its own lawsuit insisting others at the business were never... Read more »
Another lawsuit has entered the debate in North Salt Lake about how to deal with the remains of a landslide that remain untouched since the hill fell apart nine months ago. Read more »
How can the Colorado River, which is facing its worst drought in a 100-years, be saved? A new report released by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation highlights some early strategies and lays the... Read more »
The Utah Transit Authority announced Wednesday it will offer extended service hours and increase frequency on some designated routes starting in August. Read more »
A Herriman man was hit and killed by a Trax train Tuesday night, police said. Read more »
Holladay will host its second annual Holladay History Night, presented by the Holladay Historical Commission. Read more »
Utah’s recently formed Women’s Leadership Institute will issue its first official corporate challenge this week. Read more »
South Jordan will be hosting an Eagle Scout open house for Boy Scouts interested in brainstorming or proposing Eagle project ideas. Read more »
A new report from AAA Utah showed that gasoline prices have increased across the country, with Utah’s pump prices surging 40 cents in the past month, making the state’s average price... Read more »
A Utah-based business faces a lawsuit from the U.S. Department of Justice for allegedly firing and then denying re-employment to one of its executives because he took a leave of absence for... Read more »
Two men accused of singling out a registered sex offender and repeatedly stabbing him were charged Tuesday in 3rd District Court. Read more »
Apartment owners have concerns about how Utah's new law banning discrimination based on gender identity pertains to student housing. Read more »
The World Congress of Families will be held in Salt Lake City in October, marking the first time the international celebration of "the natural family" has been held in the United States. Read more »
The co-owner of a longtime home day care in Salt Lake City has been arrested for investigation of sexually abusing children he was watching. Read more »
The co-owner of a longtime home day care in Salt Lake City was charged Tuesday with 18 felonies accusing him of sexually abusing young children. Read more »
Salt Lake City Councilman Kyle LaMalfa has announced he will not pursue re-election so he can continue a personal relationship with Councilwoman Erin Mendenhall. Read more »
Kristen Cox is a mother of two and director of the Governor's Office of Management and Budget; a high-powered leader on Utah's Capitol Hill who is blind. She's a creative problem-solver who isn't... Read more »
The Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday that it may have to dismiss criminal cases investigated by a former trooper because of unspecified credibility issues. Read more »
Nathan and Stephanie Sloop, the couple convicted of the horrific murder of her 4-year-old son, Ethan Stacy, won't get their first parole hearings for 40 years. Read more »
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Students at Hillcrest High School on Thursday mourned the loss of two students who were killed in a car crash Wednesday night. Read more »
One of the accomplices in an aggravated robbery turned deadly at a Murray convenience store wanted credit for pulling the trigger, according to new information filed Thursday in 3rd District Court. Read more »
Utah's population grew by more than 40,000 people from July 2013 to July 2014, with a five-year growth rate that ranks fourth in the nation, according to estimates released by the U.S. Census... Read more »
Sen. Orrin Hatch is rebutting an HBO "Real Sports" story that ties him and a law he championed to several soldiers who died after taking dietary supplements sold on their bases. Read more »
Two teenagers were killed in a collision Wednesday after their vehicle pulled out in front of a Jeep Wrangler on 700 East in Sandy, police said. Read more »
Leonard Andrews, a computer programer who works just a short distance from one of five proposed prison sites, wasn't impressed Thursday by a display intended to show how a new facility would blend... Read more »
State prosecutors leveled a new money laundering charge against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow on Wednesday, a little more than two weeks before a judge will decide whether he will stand... Read more »
Utah's energy development sector and related businesses took center stage at the Governor's Energy Summit in Salt Lake City. At the same time, a new report was released showing energy and... Read more »
Data from the Utah Department of Workforce Services indicates that average wages in Utah ranked 37th nationally and follow a national trend of lagging behind annual inflation, effectively resulting... Read more »
A man who prosecutors say threatened to kill his girlfriend by driving his car into a house was charged Thursday for severely beating the woman and driving into a tree. Read more »
The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed Utah Supreme Court Justice Jill Parrish as federal judge Thursday. Read more »
A West Jordan man who killed a woman in her Taylorsville home and was caught attempting to flee the country has been sentenced to at least 30 years and up to life in prison. Read more »
Associated Food Stores celebrated 75 years of operation Wednesday, not with cake and candles, but by giving 750 hygiene kits to the Teen Resource Center for Volunteers of America. Read more »
There's now a Utah chapter of Americans for Prosperity, the main political advocacy group for the Koch brothers, billionaire industrialists playing an increasingly prominent role in Republican... Read more »
Members of the "People Not Prisons" coalition are lending support for an improved prison as debate continues about where to build a new facility, but they worry that talk about the proposed move is... Read more »
Two people arrested for a "skimming" scam in Sandy are now being investigated for possible connections to similar crimes in Orem, police say. Read more »
Proponents of medical marijuana say it would be tightly controlled in Utah if it becomes legal. But the Utah Medical Association opposes legalization until scientific evidence validates safe and... Read more »
Dennis Fay received a telephone call a few months ago from a man in Chicago who thought he might be his son — a child the 80-year-old Murray man never knew he had. Read more »
As the Legislature's Prison Relocation Commission nears its summer deadline to choose a location for a new state prison, Salt Lake City leaders are locking elbows in firm opposition of the... Read more »
Back-to-back Utah child abuse cases highlight the risks that may come when a parent asks a new boyfriend or girlfriend to care for young children. Read more »
Utah educators hope a modest but well-placed boost in funding will strengthen the relationship between public schools and higher education, helping more students enroll and succeed in college. Read more »
About 31,000 Utah residents have already weighed in on what 2050 might look like when it comes to the Wasatch Front's notorious air pollution struggles. An Envision Utah survey details a number of... Read more »
The Jordan Education Foundation has recognized educators and special educators in the Jordan School District with annual awards. Read more »
After such a dry winter, the state needed a wet spring. In spite of Utah's seemingly endless flow of storms, the rainfall does not make up for record-low snowpack and dry soils. Read more »
A West Valley City mother has been charged with murder in the death of her infant son last year. Read more »
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