Bystanders dug out a skier in a "perfect recovery" after catching a video of part of the avalanche that buried her.
An assembly line of hundreds of missionaries at the Missionary Training Center spent Thanksgiving sporting bright red hair nets and smiles on their faces as they put together 350,000 meals destined... Read more »
With five new artisan chocolate businesses slated to get underway some are predicting that Utah could become the center of the nation's chocolate world. Read more »
'White Christmas,' 'It's a Wonderful Life' lead Christmas films showing in local theaters for the holidays
“White Christmas,” starring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, and the James Stewart comedy-drama “It’s a Wonderful Life” lead holiday films scheduled to play in local... Read more »
A hot dog is just a hot dog, but at J Dawgs, once you add the criss-crossing cuts down the “dawg” where the special sauce sits along with sauerkraut, banana peppers, pickles, onions,... Read more »
In honor of World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, the Utah County Health Department will offer free testing for HIV the week of Dec. 2-6. Read more »
The Utah State Office of Education has released its list of the 2013-14 Title 1 Reward Schools. Read more »
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center now has more room to care for mothers and their premature babies. The hospital can now provide specialized care for 55 premature babies, an increase from the 39... Read more »
Provo police arrested two men in separate child pornography investigations over the weekend. Read more »
Two men accused of shooting an Orem man in the back over a drug debt have been charged with murder. Read more »
A hearing on the evidence against former Provo City Councilman Steve Turley has been reset for February — and will now include fewer charges. Read more »
The Utah County Health Department is offering community immunization clinics in time for the holidays. Read more »
Utah's ski industry is getting an early-season intravenous shot. Ski-pass sales and lodging reservations are up as resorts reap the benefit of an improving economy. Even the weather is cooperating,... Read more »
Nearly five months after Provo's former police chief announced his resignation, the city Wednesday introduced its new chief. Read more »
Police are looking into a dispute over an alleged drug debt as a possible motive in the shooting death of an Orem man Tuesday. Read more »
Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan, who was a Reagan speechwriter, visited Nancy Reagan on Friday and told a Brigham Young University assembly on Tuesday that the former First Lady is... Read more »
The Provo School Board will interview six applicants to fill a vacancy next month. Read more »
Police have arrested two men they believe are responsible for the death of an Orem man who was shot in the back and crashed his car early Tuesday morning. Read more »
Due to construction and anticipated opening of the new Springville Junior High School, a boundary adjustment is being considered to accommodate growth and help balance student populations beginning with the 2014-15 school year. Read more »
Borrowing an ancient Hebrew word, one of America’s leading evangelical scholars told nearly 2,000 young Mormons at Utah Valley University Friday that his faith and their faith "need to find... Read more »
The Coast Guard and life guards are searching for a surfer who was last seen riding a 20-foot wave off the coast of Hawaii Wednesday afternoon. Read more »
A mix of policymakers, businesses and individuals were honored by Utah Clean Energy in its first awards ceremony recognizing landmark contributions to advancing clean energy solutions both in Utah... Read more »
Lawyers for condemned killer Ron Lafferty want to keep parts of a mental health evaluation secret because they say he made incriminating statements. But a media attorney questions how such... Read more »
Hundreds of thousands are expected to attend BYU's blockbuster exhibit of paintings of Jesus Christ from collections in Denmark, Germany, Sweden and New York. The lenders praised the exhibit... Read more »
An employee with a Spanish Fork group home has been charged with sexually abusing two 14-year-old girls who were being housed there. Read more »
Martin MacNeill plans an appeal of his conviction on murder charges in connections with his wife's death. He also faces a December trial in a separate sexual abuse case. Read more »
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Bystanders dug out a skier in a "perfect recovery" after catching a video of part of the avalanche that buried her Monday. Read more »
Snowstorms Saturday evening caused more than 100 crashes across the state, and also stopped planes, buses and some automobiles in the St. George area. Read more »
Martin MacNeill, a former doctor convicted of murdering his wife, attempted to kill himself in his jail cell Thursday night. A daughter said he's threatened suicide before, when he's been in trouble. Read more »
A Utah Highway Patrol vehicle suffered extensive damage, but the trooper was uninjured, after being hit during Monday morning's icy commute along the Wasatch Front. Read more »
An Orem man accused of murdering his wife last year threatened first responders' lives if they didn't save his wife, witnesses testified Friday. Read more »
An unprecedented problem is to blame for subscribers of the Deseret News, The Salt Lake Tribune and the Daily Herald not seeing their Saturday newspapers on time. Sunday delivery should be on-time,... Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert was mostly upbeat Wednesday as he highlighted his $13.3 billion budget proposal that includes $261 million in new money for education and $36 million to expand the state prison at... Read more »
Effective Jan. 1, 2014, a business license will be required for all Cedar Hills residential properties not occupied by the owner. Read more »
Four people have been charged in connection with a nearly year-long copper theft operation that resulted in approximately $1.5 million in losses and damages from the Trixie Mine in the Tintic... Read more »
Members of the State School Board are scheduled to discuss revisions to policy regarding the suspension of teacher licenses due to misconduct. Read more »
The Utah Association for Intellectual Disabilities wants to make sure low-income people with intellectual disabilities are not forgotten this Christmas. Read more »
Saratoga Springs is now accepting applications for members of the Planning Commission. Read more »
The Utah County Health Department and the American Association of Retired Persons are promoting a defensive driving course. Dec. 2-8 is Older Driver Safety Awareness Week. Read more »
Cedar Hills is seeking volunteers to participate in a water conservation committee. Read more »
When she first tried several weeks ago to sign up for health insurance on the federal government's online marketplace, Pam Sheridan was repeatedly kicked off by the glitch-plagued website. Read more »
The tradition of luminaires lining the streets of Alpine on Christmas Eve will mark its 22nd anniversary this Christmas Eve. Read more »
The Spanish Fork fire and ambulance divisions will test their all-call siren at noon on New Year's Day. Read more »
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