The show was put on by a California-based company and received positive feedback from its attendees.
Soon-to-be students and their parents got a first-hand look at a school bus during the third annual Safety Dog Bus Tour Wednesday at West Jordan Library.
Looking directly at the sun without proper eye protection can cause permanent vision damage, said Dr. Jeff Pettey, Moran Eye Center ophthalmologist. Pettey compared the damage to the blurry vision caused by looking at a camera flash — only permanent
On Tuesday, six businesses displayed hand-crafted sculptures made of healthy canned food at the Salt Lake City Main Library. The food ultimately will be donated to the Utah Food Bank.
A drill at the Salt Lake Central FrontRunner station Tuesday simulated a bombing, with actors acting as bomb victims and emergency responders conducting medical procedures as if the situation was real.
According to the Utah Department of Public Safety, 19 motorcyclists have died on Utah roads so far in 2017, and 12 of the riders involved were not wearing helmets.
The city normally only experiences six days over 100 degrees, but has seen 11 days over 100 degrees this summer.
Hundreds of people have spent the last three days vigorously searching for 30-year-old Paul Swenson, of American Fork.
A motorist died Saturday and three others were hospitalized when a vehicle collided with a motor home about 25 miles north of Vernal.
A food court employee at the Valley Fair Mall was critically injured Saturday after police say he was attacked while handing out food samples.
Smiles were formed and tears were shed as a group of special needs people ranging in age from 10 to 50 were handed homemade teddy bears by the South Valley Rotary Club.
After accepting a job with Rocky Mountain Power, Eagle Mountain Mayor Chris Pengra announced his resignation Wednesday evening in an online message to City Council members and Eagle Mountain residents.
Some of the storms Utah is expected to receive Tuesday and Wednesday could produce more rain than Utah’s rock formations are prepared for.
Thousands of people flocked downtown Monday to view the annual Days of ’47 Parade as thousands more watched the festivities on TV.
A study conducted by Dr. Matthew Poppe, an associate professor of radiation oncology at the University of Utah and a physician at Huntsman Cancer Institute, examined the safety of treating women with breast cancer with a shorter course of radiation.
Joined by 124 other new citizens from 38 countries and six continents, Victor Avalos, 43, of Mexico, took the oath of allegiance and received a citizenship certificate Wednesday during a ceremony at the state Capitol.
After burning for more than a month, destroying more than a dozen homes and covering about 72,000 acres, the Brian Head Fire is 95 percent contained, fire officials said.
Forty-two floats were on display Monday morning for a Pioneer Day parade preview at the South Towne Expo Center. The event continues from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Crews were battling a fire on the mountainside east of Alpine on Saturday night, and fire officials said evacuations were possible.
A fire caused by “people shooting exploding targets in dry grass” had been extinguished by 9 p.m. Saturday, according to Juab County officials.
The Utah Transit Authority gave members of the media a sneak peek Friday at the 60-foot articulated New Flyer Xcelsior, the first bus in its bus rapid transit fleet to be delivered.
First-generation college students present research on human rights as part of the McNair Scholars Program, which gives low-income and first-generation students the tools to attend graduate school.
The campaign is being shared with local, state and federal lawmakers.
A driver struck six people Tuesday evening by the Road Home shelter in Salt Lake City, police reported. One woman died at the scene, one man with a leg injury is in critical condition and four others are in stable condition, according to officials.
A fire that started in a home near the University of Utah Monday night soon spread to another home, Salt Lake fire officials said.
No injuries were reported as a result of the early-morning fire.
July is to veterinarians as December is to retail stores, but vets have found new ways to help pets cope.
The Utah State Fairpark will be open in time to host the Days of ’47 arena.
As of 5 p.m. Saturday night, the Brian Head Fire had grown to about 38,000 acres and was 5 percent contained. The fire started June 17 and is the largest fire burning in the United States at this time, fire officials reported.
A 22-year-old woman was killed early Saturday when the Ford F-150 she was driving rolled on Mountain View Corridor, South Jordan police said.