Apr 25, 2019 9:26 pm MDTCourt throws out tire marking, but not yet in Utah An Ohio-based federal appeals court has ruled unconstitutional the practice of chalking tires to see how long a person is parked. The justices sided with a Michigan driver, finding a city parking officer trespassed by marking her tires.
Apr 24, 2019 8:05 pm MDTIn 50 years, a more diverse Utah will look like today's U.S. By the time today's preschoolers have grandchildren of their own, Utah's classrooms and workplaces will be significantly more diverse. In 2065, the Beehive State will look much like the nation as a whole does today, a new state report projects.
Apr 22, 2019 5:07 pm MDTFriend catches climber, 18, in 20-foot fall before prom night A Utah high schooler who fell while rock climbing and fractured her skull Saturday never hit the ground. She was caught by a friend 20 feet below, sparing her further injury during what was meant to be a fun outing to Wasatch Mountain State Park.
Apr 21, 2019 4:53 pm MDTUtah faith, political leaders mourn deadly toll in Sri Lankan bombings Faith leaders and members of Utah's congressional delegation on Sunday had messages of sympathy and support for Sri Lanka, where a series of Easter bombings at churches and hotels killed more than 200 and injured hundreds more.
Apr 19, 2019 11:02 am MDTProbation ordered for teen tied to 2 friends' opioid deaths A Park City teenager linked to the fatal overdoses of her two friends has admitted to reduced criminal charges, part of a deal that allows her to chip away at community service and probation as she prepares to leave for college in the fall.