One woman was hospitalized after a Provo home exploded and caught on fire Sunday afternoon.
Federal prosecutors in Utah have charged Randall Patrick Watson, of Meridian, Idaho, with conspiracy to distribute marijuana. Watson was arrested Nov. 12 after police in Vernal found 180 pounds of... Read more »
There was an early morning showing of silver — silver medal, that is — at a movie theater at The District on Friday. Read more »
Layne Wilson says he got a phone call Thursday from a man claiming to be Lt. Jeff Stevens. The caller informed him he had failed to report for jury duty and would need to pay a $500 fine. Police... Read more »
The Utah County Health Department is sponsoring a video contest for youths to demonstrate that they are not going to be targets for pressure to use tobacco. Read more »
Police in Orem are looking for couple suspected of writing fake checks tied to the city's bank account. Read more »
After a gunman wounded her husband and killed another officer, the wife of Utah County sheriff's deputy Greg Sherwood says bulletproof glass could have protected them both. Read more »
Funeral plans have been made for 21-year-old Ashleigh Cox, a BYU student who died in a weekend avalanche in American Fork Canyon. Read more »
Designed as a way to honor scholastic achievement, leadership and community service, the Sterling Scholar program continues to encourage educational excellence among high school seniors as it has... Read more »
Learn about the Sterling Scholar program and competition process. Read more »
Last year's Sterling Scholar winners offer advice to this year's nominees. Read more »
While the University of Utah holds the upper hand in the all-time win-loss record of the football rivalry that pits the Utes against BYU’s Cougars, among Utah’s 104 lawmakers, Cougar... Read more »
A woman was hospitalized in critical condition after being caught in an avalanche in American Fork Canyon. Read more »
BYU Museum of Art will replace four paintings in its “Sacred Gifts: The Religious Art of Carl Bloch, Heinrich Hofmann and Frans Schwartz” exhibit on Feb. 24. Read more »
Prosecutors say it could be another three weeks before they consider filing charges against a 17-year-old girl who was arrested in connection with the shooting death of a Utah County sheriff's... Read more »
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Nu Skin Enterprises alleging that the company made misleading statements regarding its growth in China, which led to a decrease in its stock value. Read more »
Hundreds of people came out to pay their respects to Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride, whose funeral procession made its way through Spanish Fork on Wednesday. Read more »
Police say an 11-year-old girl was sexually assaulted walking to school Wednesday, and they're asking the public for information about the assailant. Read more »
A flag dedicated to honoring fallen officers was flown to Utah on Tuesday to be part of the funeral for a slain sheriff's sergeant. Read more »
The Endangered Species Act Congressional Working group released a report Tuesday that details why the 40-year-old law is ripe for reform, asserting that it has an abysmal track record and does... Read more »
A snowstorm hit the Wasatch Front late Monday night and early Tuesday morning, greeting commuters on their way to work and school. Read more »
Everyone from world leaders to astronauts and popes are taking selfies, so I thought I'd try a selfie myselfie. Read more »
When Jason Thomas heard Thursday that two officers had been shot in Utah County, the reports sounded terrifyingly familiar. Thomas, a K-9 officer with the Cedar City Police Department, was shot in... Read more »
Family, friends and supporters attended a vigil Sunday night to honor a slain officer and a deputy who was injured. Read more »
Students at Sierra Bonita School honored the legacy of the U.S. national anthem with an assembly on Monday morning. Read more »
A year after winning the national high school basketball championship, the team's starters are winning something bigger today. How five boys are overcoming increasingly long odds in an American... Read more »
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Caucus meetings on Tuesday and Thursday may see increased turnout because of the media attention they received during the Count My Vote initiative and passage of SB 54. This article looks at... Read more »
One woman was hospitalized after a Provo home exploded and caught on fire Sunday afternoon. Read more »
In "The Emerald Mile," writer Kevin Fedarko uses the flood of ’83 as a focal point to pay homage to the allure of the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River that runs through it. Read more »
A Utah man is headlining a free Saturday conference for people with multiple sclerosis and their caregivers. He says he is at peace with his debilitating disease and wants to share that hope with... Read more »
Kevin J Worthen, 57, BYU's advancement vice president and former dean of the BYU law school, will become BYU's 13th president on May 1. Read more »
The oldest house in Provo has been saved from demolition, dismantled and successfully moved to the city's Pioneer Village, where it's set to be rebuilt and open for tours by summer. Read more »
A 13-month-old girl has been found hours after an endangered missing person alert was issued for her, the Heber City Police Department announced Wednesday afternoon. Read more »
The Utah Highway Patrol is seeing a disturbing trend: drivers heading the wrong way at highway speeds. It’s a real danger to public safety and officers. Read more »
Bryan Byrge, 39, of Riverton, and John Coons, 35, of Herriman, were hit and killed Wednesday. Read more »
Police say slush and snow obscured the view of a driver who hit a Springville man head-on Tuesday, killing him. Read more »
Army veteran George Hoffman left his house Friday morning and returned a few hours later to find a brand new roof installed by complete strangers from the surrounding community. Read more »
The owner of the Star Mill recently lost a legal battle that requires him to sell the property to a developer. Now the future of the American Fork landmark is in question. Read more »
A driver allegedly fleeing two hit-and-run accidents led police on a chase through Utah County on Monday. Read more »
The City Council has approved a location for a cemetery in Eagle Mountain. Read more »
Cory Wride's family and colleagues visited the Capitol on Wednesday as the Legislature honored the Utah County sheriff's sergeant killed in the line of duty earlier this year. Read more »
The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest has proposed charging a fee for a Provo Canyon picnic area. Read more »
Utah County parents are invited to take part in a night of discussion on issues facing teenagers. Read more »
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