Bystanders dug out a skier in a "perfect recovery" after catching a video of part of the avalanche that buried her.
Students at Traverse Mountain Elementary on Thursday looked to see how they would stack up to a worldwide competition. Read more »
Kaitlin Keeney, 20, of Salt Lake County, died while returning from a hike above Bridal Veil Falls Wednesday. Read more »
A combination of circumstantial evidence and Martin MacNeill's "heartless" nature led jurors to find him guilty of murdering his wife. Read more »
A 20-year-old woman sustained critical head injuries and died after she fell from Bridal Veil Falls on Wednesday. Read more »
Saratoga Springs invites residents and friends to view its Christmas tree lighting. Read more »
Provo police have arrested a Payson man in connection with a string of thefts at office buildings in Utah County. Read more »
Police from multiple cities in Utah County are looking for whom they describe as a “serial” thief who casually strolls through offices in search of wallets, purses and other valuables. Read more »
Higher education officials have launched College Application Week in the hopes of encouraging more students to pursue higher education. 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 »
After several months of enjoying post-college life, spring college graduates now need to start paying off those dreaded student loans. Most grace periods are only six months. Read more »
A look at major developments in the life and case of Martin MacNeill, who was convicted early Saturday of murdering his wife in 2007. Read more »
Provo police and fire officials faced off in a friendly flag football game Saturday to raise funds for the squads' annual Christmas traditions of helping families and children in need. Read more »
David Waters, a Navy veteran, struggles with severe depression, but he’s finding comfort in helping other vets. Read more »
Tunnel walls that have served as a makeshift canvas for many a graffiti artist were turned into works of art to beautify the community and prevent crime along the Provo River Trail. Read more »
Five days before her death, Michele MacNeill expressed concerns to her daughter that her father may try to harm her. That warning launched Alexis Somers' six-year quest for justice. Read more »
Martin MacNeill used his wife’s plastic surgery as the cover for committing an “almost perfect murder” prosecutors said. But defense attorneys told jurors the case has too much... Read more »
A Utah County man will take off for Antarctica next week with plans to accomplish something that has never been done. Dan Burton aims to become the first person to ride a bicycle to the South Pole. Read more »
Winners have been announced in the Utah Department of Environmental Quality Division of Radiation Control's 2014 National Radon Poster Contest. Read more »
The Utah County Women, Infants and Children program is sponsoring a free parent class called "Secrets of Baby Behaviors." Read more »
A committee of parents completed a weeklong review of the state's new computer adaptive tests on Friday. The tests will be administered for the first time this spring. Read more »
A payday loan software company that once employed Attorney General John Swallow wants a judge to quash a subpoena it received from the Utah House special investigative committee. Read more »
Utah's Alpine School District, Davis School District and Morgan School District have been named to the AP Honor Roll. Read more »
A fundraiser will take place prior to the 2013 Shop With a Cop event. Read more »
The annual Alpine Living Nativity will take place next month near an LDS stake center at 900 N. Main. Read more »
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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 »
Bystanders dug out a skier in a "perfect recovery" after catching a video of part of the avalanche that buried her Monday. 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 »
Saratoga Springs is now accepting applications for members of the Planning Commission. Read more »
Testing for the 2014-15 Alpine School District Advanced Learner Lab program will be held on Saturdays from Jan. 11 to Feb. 1, 2014. 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 »
The Utah Association for Intellectual Disabilities wants to make sure low-income people with intellectual disabilities are not forgotten this Christmas. Read more »
The Spanish Fork fire and ambulance divisions will test their all-call siren at noon on New Year's Day. 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 »
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