Salt Lake County
With its top-notch acting and no-holds-barred approach, "Young Frankenstein" is hilarious.
Another Utah couple whose daughter became sick after eating contaminated cucumbers has sued a California produce distributor. Read more »
Two residents located explosive devices and delivered the dangerous items to Salt Lake police Sunday in separate incidents. 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 »
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 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 »
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 »
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 »
A Saturday night fight in Magna led to the hospitalization of a 26-year-old man listed in fair condition Sunday. The Unified Police Department said Kristopher S. Davis, 34, was arrested on... 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 roundup of some of the most notable elections happening in the five biggest Utah cities after Salt Lake City. Read more »
The 3rd Annual Utah Firefighter Chili Cookoff featured spicy concoctions from fire departments from around the state. Read more »
The man in a wheelchair who was killed after being struck by a Utah Transit Authority TRAX train was identified Saturday as Donald Leroy Brown, 61. Read more »
Murray City Police on Saturday released the name of the man shot and injured by a Sandy police officer on Friday. He is identified as Ivan Kaumans, 56. Read more »
Beginning its 2015-16 season on an intense note, Utah Opera is preparing to perform "Tosca" Oct. 10-18 at the Capitol Theatre. The story is one of love, lust, sacrifice and betrayal. Read more »
For the first time, new students at the college can enroll in a condensed eight-week semester for an expanded array of courses this year. Read more »
A man in a wheelchair was killed Friday when he was hit by a Utah Transit Authority TRAX train in Murray, officials said. Read more »
A Sandy police officer shot and injured a man Friday after responding to a call reporting that the man had beaten his wife and son and they were hiding from him, police said. Read more »
Heavy rains on Friday flooded basements, damaged roads and lifted manhole covers in Salt Lake City and Lehi. Read more »
Leaders of Utah's higher education system hope the Legislature will allocate new funding next year to provide better pay for professors, improve student-centered programs and build seven new campus... Read more »
Unified police officer Aaron Bartholomew believed his fellow officer's life was in danger when he shot and injured Michael Huggard in August, according to a report released Friday. The shooting was... 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 »
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 »
Kadee Duclos' brainstorm has produced a lunch — and then some — with Utah's top women leaders. Read more »
One remarkable act of forgiveness by a Salt Lake man is continuing to influence lives through a new movie and an upcoming national event. 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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A woman shot 11 times by her friend's estranged husband, according to police, has been moved out of a local hospital. Read more »
At the request of ESPN, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir recorded The University of Utah's fight song, "Utah Man," Thursday night. Read more »
Salt Lake City mayoral contender Jackie Biskupski is launching her first TV ad against incumbent Ralph Becker's airwave blitz, but their messages may resonate better face-to-face. Read more »
Some 200 Utah volunteers came together in Pioneer Park for a Day of Dignity on Sunday, a gift of services, referrals and goods to homeless people, refugees and other underserved Utahns. United in... Read more »
When U. cell biologist Jody Rosenblatt organized the Research as Art contest last year, she received 80 submissions from places she "didn't even know existed.” Read more »
A massive study on traumatic brain injury rehabilitation involved more than 2,000 subjects at 10 rehab centers and created what is likely the richest database on such injuries ever assembled. Read more »
With an aim to discourage puppy mills, Salt Lake County on Tuesday became the first Utah municipality to pass an ordinance outlawing pet stores from selling dogs, cats or rabbits unless they come... Read more »
At 85, geophysicist Parker Gay has discovered a passion for all things Columbus. Read more »
The children of Noelia Popoca, who was found dead in a mobile home Sunday, say they knew as early as Friday something was wrong. Read more »
Northbound drivers going into Salt Lake County will see a new addition to the construction equipment involved in the reconstruction effort underway on northbound I-15. UDOT has installed a concrete... Read more »
Accusations of hostility and sexual discrimination against the West Jordan mayor have surfaced from a city councilwoman, though she never meant for the allegations to go public. Read more »
A man and a woman were found dead inside a mobile home Sunday morning, a possible murder-suicide, but the investigation into their deaths is ongoing, a police spokeswoman said. Read more »
Social media is known for its ability to connect people throughout the globe, but Salt Lake City launched an initiative Monday to support using social media as a connection between neighbors. Read more »
A 60-year-old woman was recovering Monday from a paragliding accident. Read more »
Public libraries are at a crossroads. Overall circulation and visits are down over the last five years. But libraries continue to supply another community need: a place to contemplate and collaborate. Read more »
A set of proposed science standards for middle schoolers is again open for public comment after the standards were rewritten in light of feedback from teachers, parents and other stakeholders. Read more »
A statewide classroom technology initiative is one step closer to reaching the hands of students and teachers after state education leaders approved a strategic plan to implement the program. Read more »
Utah heart surgeons celebrate the work of "our pioneer" — surgeon and apostle President Russell M. Nelson. Read more »
Natural History Museum of Utah holds its third annual Indian Art Market Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015. Read more »
The owner of Real Salt Lake Thursday unveiled the state’s largest privately-owned solar array at Rio Tinto Stadium. The 2,020-kilowatt solar panel system is expected to offset 73 percent of... Read more »
Investigators with the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights will be in Utah early next month to do an audit over how Westminster College handled a past sexual assault case. Read more »
Members of the Utah State Board of Education gave final approval Friday to a policy they say could create a "conundrum" for high school students thanks to conflicting state laws passed this year. Read more »
Two law scholars disagreed Wednesday over whether compromises are a good way resolve clashes between religious freedom and other civil rights. Read more »
Out-of-state tourists last year took memories of Utah home with them and left an unprecedented amount of money in the Beehive State. Visitors spent $7.8 billion in Utah, amounting to $1.07 billion... Read more »
"Highway to Dhampus," an independent film set in Nepal, will have its theatrical premiere in select Utah theaters Friday. Rick McFarland, owner of Fiftyfilms in Salt Lake City, created the film... Read more »
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