Accused BYU groper Nathan Eric Fletcher, 23, accepted a diversion agreement Tuesday.
Every November, writers around the world, including over 7,000 registered Utah participants, gather together online and in person to each write a novel with a goal length of 50,000 words for... Read more »
Eagle Mountain offers free disposal of live Christmas trees. Read more »
Fire investigators believe an early morning fire at an Orem apartment complex under construction Friday was the result of arson. Read more »
For the ninth consecutive year, Utah ranks top nationwide in voluntarism, according to the most recent Volunteering and Civic Life in America report. The report, based on census day, says 45.3... Read more »
Saratoga Springs city officials are interested in constructing a new irrigation well in the southern part of the city. Read more »
While a new poll shows majority of Utahns want the state prison to stay at Point of the Mountain, the Prison Relocation Commission says new possible sites that are worth looking at came up this week. Read more »
A new poll by Envision Utah that shows more and more Utah residents want access to high-quality, locally grown fruit and vegetables, meat and dairy products, but they worry about farms and ranches... Read more »
If the president signs a $585 billion defense spending bill, BYU will be able to secure the trail and land around the block Y on Y Mountain. The sale would give the university control of about 80... Read more »
This year's report cards for Utah's schools show about the same distribution of A, B, C, D and F grades as last year, but with several new calculation metrics, according to data released Monday by... Read more »
"Sliding Rock" in Alpine is closed and public access is not likely to return, with a residential development soon to take over the land. Read more »
Protecting the Wasatch Canyons watershed has not always been easy, or without controversy, lawsuits and accusations. The snow that falls in the mountain is 60 percent of the water supply so the... Read more »
In a multi-part series examining the state of water in Utah, reporter Amy Joi O'Donoghue looks at issues like pipeline construction, restrictions on water, water rights and development and the... Read more »
BYU has announced that beginning fall semester 2015 it will provide a shuttle service to campus at no cost to student riders consisting of five routes off campus. Read more »
Brigham Young University's a cappella group Vocal Point is helping to make this year's Christmas season merry and bright with the release of a new music video with the group performing the song,... Read more »
A Springville man was arrested Thursday night after attempting to evade officers in a traffic stop for the the second time this month, police said. Read more »
Police have a 23-year-old man in custody after they say he stole a police vehicle and led officers on a short manhunt until a soldier in the area apprehended him Wednesday night. Read more »
An overflow crowd opposing a proposed prison relocation site pledged to stand with the Eagle Mountain City Council as it adopted a resolution city officials hope will ward off the facility. Read more »
Utah Commissioner of Higher Education David Buhler is hoping to bring greater rewards for colleges and universities that meet certain benchmarks in student success. Read more »
The Saratoga Springs Literacy Center is seeking volunteers to serve as tutors and a tutor coordinator. Read more »
Highland has partnered with Republic Services to provide curbside recycling every other Friday. Read more »
Flu rates have doubled in the past few weeks and health officials urge people to get a flu shot, wash hands and cover their cough. There have been problems with this year's strain, but it can still... Read more »
Bluffdale is requiring all dogs to be licensed by Dec. 31. Read more »
Rep.-elect Mia Love, R-Utah, added her voice Tuesday to the growing opposition to sites under consideration for a new state prison, telling lawmakers it's "not warranted" to include three potential... Read more »
Andrea Jensen, Utah County Health Department environmental health educator, has been named the 2014 Utah County Employee of the Year by the Utah County Commission. Read more »
A runaway teen missing overnight was found safe early Monday morning. Read more »
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