A survey of school administrators found that attitudes toward healthier school lunches are now more positive.
Unusual new schools are popping up all over the country and the architect, contractors and technology come from Utah. The dome buildings become a lot more attractive when people discover the... Read more »
The June sucker is a fish native to Utah Lake and the Provo River. Efforts over the past decade to help the endangered fish survive appear to be paying off. Read more »
The Utah State Board of Education is seeking public comment on a proposed update to the Core Standards for Library Media in public schools for sixth through 12th grades. Read more »
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is seeking input about potential fishing regulation changes for 2015. Read more »
Outside magazine has again turned to its readers to choose America's Best Place to Live, this time with brackets similar to March Madness. Provo, a No. 16 seed, has made it to the Sweet 16. Voting... Read more »
Developers are moving fast with a variety of projects on the old Geneva Steel property in Utah County. Read more »
Students at Wasatch Elementary School held their end-of-the-year Wednesday. Read more »
A 9-year-old Santaquin boy was hospitalized Tuesday after he was hit by a truck. Read more »
On Memorial Day weekend, Utahns pause to reflect upon lives of family, sacrifices of service members
Utahns observed Memorial Day weekend Sunday by tidying and decorating graves of loved ones as well as pausing to reflect on the sacrifices and service of the nation's military. Read more »
In a state better known for its bumper crop of children, there are already more seniors in the Beehive State than preschool age children. Salt Lake County needs to prepare for the upcoming "silver... Read more »
"A lesson all parents hope to instill in their children: it's better to give than to receive," Washington Post reporter Reid Wilson wrote Friday. "Apparently, people who live in Utah get the... Read more »
Songs by Katy Perry and One Direction were huge hits Thursday at a special needs prom for adults with developmental disabilities in Orem. Read more »
The flagpole at Provo City Hall hasn't flown a flag in a long time, and the city is hoping residents will help create a new one. Read more »
The brand new Camelopardalids meteor shower should be visible in Utah this weekend, with predicted rates of 100-400 meteors per hour. Read more »
Utahns lacking insurance aren't necessarily lacking jobs, according to a new report by FamiliesUSA. Read more »
A man flying a paraglider crashed in Battle Creek Canyon about 6 p.m. Wednesday, breaking his ankle. Read more »
The Utah County Health Department offers free child car seat installation classes for parents and other guardians. Read more »
Brett Robertson an agriculture teacher at Lehi High School, has been named Teacher of the Year by the Utah Association for Career and Technical Education. Read more »
It looked like a call center set up by the Republican National Committee to help GOP candidate Mia Love unseat Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson might be shuttered after Matheson announced he wasn't... Read more »
The Aquila Group of Funds announced Monday that the municipal bond fund formerly known as Tax-Free Fund For Utah is now called Aquila Tax-Free Fund For Utah. Read more »
Judge Dee Benson has rejected a petition to open a mental competency hearing for Ron Lafferty, one of Utah's most infamous killers and the longest-standing death row inmate. Read more »
Without a good winter with lots of snow, reservoir levels will be in terrible shape next year. This summer, however, fishing and boating are already suffering because of lack of water, with some... Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — Cloud cover kept the thousands of spectators lining the downtown streets cool on Monday for the Days of ′47 KSL 5 Parade. More than 100 entrants made their way from... Read more »
Whether it is spent playing pioneer games, watching a parade with the family or going to a community barbecue, Utahns throughout the state will be celebrating Pioneer Day. Read more »
Experts say the danger from the increasing number of shooting attacks is so chaotic, that even before the first responding officer arrives, a person can take several actions to increase their odds... Read more »
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