Cookie company Dirty Dough has seen an increase in sales since being sued earlier this year by competitor Crumbl.
“I pulled the pistol and then the bear just came flying out at me,” Lee Francis said.
An F-35 fighter crashed on a runway at Hill Air Force Base, according to the 388th Fighter Wing, which operates out of Hill Air Force Base. Officials say the pilot ejected.
His remains to return to Beehive State Friday; funeral planned for July 4.
In February 2017, Deserae was shot by two classmates who lured her into a canal. Since then she’s had 17 procedures, lost vision in her left eye and continues to go through physical therapy.
North Salt Lake’s City Council voted 4-3 on Tuesday to add working cameras at Hatch Park, the place where slain University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was last seen.
The Bacon app works as a platform to connect people looking for short-term jobs with companies seeking temporary staff
A West Valley woman driving on I-15 last week rescued a puppy that was thrown from the window of a moving van.
Salt Lake County Animal Services is looking for the person or persons responsible for cutting off the ears of a cat.
A Girl Scout troop — and a very generous customer — made a lot of people’s day a little bit sweeter.
An 8-year-old and his family took a 10-day trip to the Bahamas in November. On the last day of the trip, while standing in shallow water, the boy was bitten by a nurse shark.
Six-year-old Mikah Arvidson is recovering at Primary Children’s Hospital after he swallowed part of a popular fidget toy made of magnets. The items caused life-threatening damage to his intestines.
Before daylight and into the evening, hundreds of Utahns took part in observances Sunday to honor Maj. Brent Taylor, the city’s mayor, who was shot and killed Nov. 3 while deployed to Afghanistan with the Utah National Guard.
A Colorado City family is looking for help finding the person who brutalized their horse, leaving her to die.
A group hoping to tackle pollution at Utah Lake envisions building an island city there that could house up to 500,000 people.
It has been a long two weeks for Utah Task Force 1. The team has been in Houston assisting with rescue efforts after Hurricane Harvey.
A brush fire uphill from a neighborhood was moving away from homes Tuesday, but homeowners were preparing to evacuate just in case.
Christy Yardley was supposed to start teaching sixth grade on Aug. 15, but she died on July 28 from complications from a minor surgery, according to her family.
Someone robbed a Carl’s Jr. in 1994 and shot the manager dead, taking off before police arrived. A man who was convicted of that crime was freed Friday after 23 years in prison.
The Celebration of Life Monument in Salt Lake City’s Library Square honors nearly 7,000 people who donated organs. An open house was held Wednesday to bring attention to the need for organ donors.
An avid climber is asking to have his prosthetic leg returned after thieves broke into his car and stole it over the weekend.
The Boldt family lost two boys within two years. They created “Joshy’s House of Hope” to help those families are are grieving.
EnableUtah suffered a devastating setback March 3 when flames engulfed its Secure Shred facility on 2437 Rulon White Blvd. in Ogden. Now it is trying to find new jobs for its employees with disabilities.
Some Lehi residents are upset because the city wants to put a commercial development right behind their homes. They are concerned it would put kids in danger.
Carl Calaway’s world was turned upside-down when his daughter was killed in a domestic violence-related murder-suicide. Now, he’s speaking out to warn other families that most warning signs of marital abuse are not obvious.
A pair of cousins are doing what they can to warm up people living on Salt Lake’s streets this winter.
A group of BYU students is spreading love and showing solidarity for those of other religions.
A Layton teenager who was the target of some unkind comments from a customer last week says her faith in humanity has been restored.