The majority of Utahns do not support giving the state Legislature more leeway with the money it spends during an emergency, according to early results.
Police say the man carjacked two cars and tried to steal another, crashed into a building, then hit several vehicles on I-80 before he was arrested.
Ellen and Elaine Hamilton started working at the burger joint at age 20. It’s been 40 years, and they’re still serving with smiles.
Crews set up a 150-foot “collapse zone” around the building due to the risk of a potential collapse.
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox told Brigham Young University students he’s worried politics are replacing religion for many.
When asked for his thoughts on Rep. Burgess Owens opting out of a recent debate, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox noted that debates themselves have become “a debate” across the country.
Democratic Sen. Gene Davis says he will retire effective Nov. 19, according to a written statement by his legal team. Earlier in the day, Utah’s Senate president removed him from his committee assignments after investigating allegations of impropriety made by a former intern.
Todd Pedersen’s family hopes to inspire others to open their wallets to improve children’s health care.
Prominent Utah gun rights activist Clark Aposhian has lost his bid to convince the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the federal bump stock ban.
The Utah Inland Port Authority needs to outline clear goals before starting to spend $150 million in bonds.
Utah health officials reported 2,487 new COVID-19 cases over the past week and 12 additional deaths. They also announced the state surpassed 5,000 deaths as of Thursday.
City officials say scammers inserted themselves into an email thread with a vendor to con a deposit from Eagle Mountain.
Utah leaders praised Queen Elizabeth II as an example of lifelong service and leadership.
The case brings a warning for residents to stay vigilant against mosquitoes.
The brother and sister were walking to school when a car drove on the sidewalk and killed them, police said.
The mayor of Stockton warned that the rural town needs $3 million to buy a new water system — or the town might need to dissolve.
The Utah Department of Corrections has hit a snag in its new inmate prescription program, causing a backlog of thousands of prescriptions that have yet to be filled, officials say.
The Utah-based Cold Case Coalition is connecting cold case murders related to freight trains, and some line up with a serial killer’s patterns.
Roughly 300 people gathered at the state Capitol in Salt Lake City on Friday to protest Utah’s clergy reporting exemption.
Longtime Utah state Sen. Gene Davis has been placed on temporary leave after a former intern alleged in a social media post he sexually harassed her.
Only Latter-day Saint meetinghouses were vandalized, police said.
An instructor and student with Utah State University’s aviation program who crashed in a Cessna 152 last month were spin training at the time, according to a preliminary report from federal investigators.
A ticket for driving over 100 mph can bring an enhanced penalty under a new Utah law.
Bluffdale Mayor Natalie Hall on Thursday defended her husband a week after he was charged with threatening her political opponent, saying she was threatened and bullied first.
Preliminary voting results from Utah’s primary elections showed a potential shake-up in the Utah Senate.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of three transgender girls seeks a halt on Utah’s new law that would ban them from participating on girls’ teams.