Spectrum Academy led local officials on a tour of its new Pleasant Grove location on Wednesday.
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 »
MAPLETON — Residents are invited to Mapleton Historical Night, sponsored by the Mapleton Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers and two Mapleton Daughters of Utah Pioneers camps. The event will happen at 7 p.m. Thursday, May... Read more »
SPRINGVILLE — City residents can now legally keep chickens in all residential areas of the city. No permit is required, but there are several rules regarding the chickens. The number of hens is limited to no more than... Read more »
A Lehi father has been charged with child abuse inflicting serious bodily injury, a second-degree felony, after allegedly shaking his 5-month-old son. Read more »
In April, Utah’s average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline was the second lowest in the country. Today, Utah’s average price — $3.60 — is 28 cents higher than a month... Read more »
Utah County students who have special needs enjoyed a fishing day on Tuesday. Read more »
Overall homelessness in Utah is down 10 percent from the previous year, according to the latest Point-in-Time Count. Numbers of chronically homeless people were slightly up due to more accurate... Read more »
One of Utah's largest ski resorts is changing ownership. The Bass and Cumming families announced Monday that they have entered into a partnership for the future operation of Snowbird Ski and Summer... Read more »
Greyson Brown is no ordinary 5-year-old. Doctors diagnosed him with a severe case of nemaline rod myopathy when he was 1. Read more »
Eleven educators were selected by Jon and Karen Huntsman for the 2014 Huntsman Awards for Excellence in Education. The winners will be honored at a banquet on May 16 and receive $10,000. Read more »
Utah law enforcement is cracking down on the issue of texting and driving come Tuesday, when the recent distracted driving amendments are scheduled to be enacted as law. Read more »
Police agencies around the state are using social media more to help them solve crimes. Recently it played a role in the safe recovery of a missing 15-month-old girl. Read more »
BYU edged the University of Utah in the number of applicants for undergraduate programs this year, That data led eCollegeFinder.org to cover the state of Utah with a big BYU logo in a map showing... Read more »
Volunteers are needed for Orem Summerfest, the annual community festival on June 13-15. Read more »
Scholarships in the names of Utah's four most-recent fallen officers were handed out to high school students Tuesday. Each student is the son or daughter of a current Utah police officer. Read more »
Questar Gas is requesting an increase in its Utah natural gas rates. If the request is approved by the Public Service Commission of Utah, the monthly bill for the typical residential customer will... Read more »
Think of it as a toilet tax or flush fee. Whatever you want to call it, Utah's wastewater treatment plants are facing potential upgrades to fix a phosphorus problem that threatens the state's... Read more »
Orem is giving residents an opportunity to adopt flower beds to take care of them. 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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