It will take a lot of years, a lot of money and a lot of angst to unravel what man has done to the lower Provo River
It will take a lot of years, a lot of money and a lot of angst to unravel what man has done to the lower Provo River — all effort and worry to save a fish some say isn't worth saving. Read more »
The Utah County Health Department is sponsoring a hazardous waste collection day next month. Read more »
An airman who came home a week early after a six-month deployment to Afghanistan came up with an elaborate plan to surprise each of his four girls in a carefully orchestrated series of events... Read more »
The Provo City Council voted Tuesday to hire a third-party firm to re-evaluate proposed bus rapid transit routes given current traffic conditions. Regardless of the findings, the system is coming... Read more »
A BYU student who suffered critical head injuries last week after being hit by a car just outside the campus boundaries is making remarkable progress. Read more »
Debt collectors and telemarketers are among the most loathed by Utah consumers. Read more »
A judge ruled Monday that a teenager charged in the death of a sheriff's sergeant and the shooting of another deputy will continue to be held on $1 million cash-only bail, despite her attorney's... Read more »
In an effort to tackle Utah's air quality and increase access to public transportation, Salt Lake City and the Utah Transit Authority have teamed up on an annual pass allowing access to UTA's... Read more »
Parents of a boy with Asperger's syndrome are embroiled in a dispute with their son's school over how he should be instructed. Read more »
The closest firefighters trained in avalanche rescue were not dispatched to an avalanche Feb. 8 in American Fork Canyon that killed a BYU student who was snowshoeing. Could a 10-minute delay have... Read more »
The Utah Transit Authority’s FAREPAY promotion is being extended through Dec. 31. The promotion allows riders using electronic FAREPAY cards to receive up to 20 percent off their regular fare. Read more »
Utahns are being encouraged to give 100 hours of service in 2014, which Gov. Gary Herbert has declared a "A Year of Service in Utah." Read more »
Mormons in the United States are heavily concentrated in the West, with Utah having by far the most members, a new Gallup survey shows. Read more »
The Provo City Council met with Utah Transit Authority officials at the state Capitol on Monday to find a way to bring a bus rapid transit line to Utah County. Last week, the City Council voted... Read more »
A 17-year-old girl charged with aggravated murder in the death of Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride appeared in court for the first time Monday. The teen could potentially receive a life... Read more »
As the finish nears for the Utah legislative session, the heavy lifting remains to be done in the arena of air quality. Multiple measures were introduced this year aimed at reform and implementing... Read more »
A man believed to have been driving under the influence of drugs was arrested Sunday after grazing a parked Utah Highway Patrol vehicle on southbound I-15 in Lehi. Read more »
Approximately 45,600 calls are made to the state's CrisisLine each year. Still, 574 deaths were classified as suicides by the Utah Office of the Medical Examiner in 2013. The state hopes to reduce... Read more »
Eric Flores dives into Utah Lake as more than 300 participants jumped into Pelican Bay Marina in Saratoga Springs on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Special Olympics Utah and Utah County law... Read more »
Police have made an arrest in a case involving fake checks being written on Orem's city account. Read more »
The American Fork Police Department is trying to raise money for two new police dogs to replace its older dogs currently in the K-9 unit. Read more »
Carolyn Lundberg has been selected to fill a vacancy on the Lindon City Council. Read more »
Orem police say they are still searching for a man who sexually assaulted a young girl while she was walking to school earlier this month. Read more »
Families in one neighborhood say they can’t get a good night’s sleep because loud train horns keep going off at all hours of the night. It’s a problem that’s been going on... Read more »
A man convicted of sexually abusing a child in Lehi seven years ago has been extradited from Mexico to serve is Utah prison sentence. Read more »
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