Warm weather brings runoff warning on Utah waterways
Warming temperatures — Friday is expected to hit 82 degrees — means more people out recreating near creeks, rivers and lakes. Although Utah had a dreary snowpack, the water that is there will still run fast, cold and more powerful than people
UtahFamily of slain Eureka couple says they want no deal for the suspect
The man accused of brutally killing a Eureka couple and then throwing their bodies into an abandoned mine shaft was back in court on Thursday. The hearing for Jerrod William Baum, 41, was brief as attorneys agreed to continue it until August.
SportsUtah and the NFL draft: Everything you need to know about the 2018 edition
Here's a comprehensive look at the various local and national storylines for the 2018 NFL draft.
OpinionIn our opinion: 'What is best for the country?' is the right question that's rarely asked
Rather than buying in to the popular mantra of “only the selfish survive,” leaders in the home, workplace and government must have the courage to ask, “What is best for the people I lead?”
Report details 'awkward,' unwanted touching from ex-Sandy police chief
The ousted head of Sandy's police department said Thursday he disagrees with his firing but understands the mayor can make that choice.
Classical 89 will stay on the air as a 24-hour classical music station
Classical 89, the 72-year-old radio station scheduled to go off the air in June, is back in business. Brigham Young University’s broadcasting managing director Michael Dunn released the news to staff this morning.