Three dozen headstones were damaged at the Payson cemetery.
A man hired to assault a Provo man over a debt has been found guilty of aggravated murder. Read more »
If Utah Lake is looking a little different lately, it’s missing something — millions of pounds of carp. Read more »
Catching a serial arsonist is now a top priority for Orem officials, who announced Thursday they are offering a $12,500 reward for information leading to an arrest. Read more »
For the past three days, residents have found more than a dozen ducks and geese dead with small pellet wounds. Read more »
Police arrested an American Fork man over the weekend who they say tried to impersonate a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent. Read more »
In a long and passionate courtroom speech, an unapologetic Conrad Truman maintained his innocence Monday even as he was sentenced to up to life in prison for his wife's murder. Read more »
Workers at Fairfield's Camp Floyd State Park removed headstones with soldiers' names on them and replaced them with "unknown" headstones to be more historically accurate. Read more »
Meagan Grunwald, charged with aggravated murder in the death of a sheriff's deputy, claims evidence taken from her bedroom safe was collected illegally and she wants it thrown out. Read more »
At the Fairview museum, artist extraordinaire John Dalton is finally displaying his lifetime of creations. Read more »
Officials responded to two fires Sunday, one on the shore of Utah Lake and another up Big Cottonwood Canyon, that together burned nearly 20 acres. Read more »
Utah doesn’t seem to have had much of a winter this year. While some people are enjoying the warmer weather, it’s a different story for organizers of winter recreation events. Read more »
Police and fire officials in Orem confirmed Friday that they were looking for a suspected serial arsonist. Read more »
The Utah County Private Sector Preparedness Council is presenting an event on continuity plans for businesses. Read more »
Police on Friday were trying to determine why a Layton man sat down in the middle of a dark Lehi road, where he was eventually hit and killed by a passing vehicle. Read more »
The Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce has selected Springville Mayor Wilford Clyde and the late Harold "Hal" R. Wing, founder of Little Giant Ladders Systems and Wing Enterprises, for its 2015 Pillar... Read more »
The Woodbury Corp. announced plans to invest $500 million over the next decade or more to overhaul the former University Mall in Orem. The redevelopment project officially broke ground Thursday. Read more »
Utah Valley University has raised $15.4 million private dollars toward the construction of a $36 million performing arts center. President Matthew Holland is petitioning the legislature to... Read more »
In collaboration with Congress’ “Open World” exchange program, Utah Valley University is hosting a delegation of six Kyrgyz legislators with the goal of promoting good governance... Read more »
Steve Turley called for heightened scrutiny by prosecutors Wednesday as the final criminal counts against the former Provo councilman were dismissed. Read more »
A new report from a renowned Washington D.C. think tank rates Provo, Ogden and Salt Lake City as among the biggest generators of high-tech jobs as well as top producers of science, technology,... Read more »
One of the attorneys representing Saratoga Springs and the two officers involved in the fatal shooting of Darrien Hunt said Wednesday that it was Hunt who dictated the actions of the officers. Read more »
Under the guidance of university President Matthew Holland, Utah Valley University continues to grow and offer myriad educational possibilities. Read more »
In the course of a year, Deseret News photojournalists shoot literally hundreds of thousands of images, covering not only the "news of the day," but, more importantly, the issues that matter to... Read more »
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