The Salt Lake County library and Operation Warm partnered to provide new coats, shoes and books to about 400 children in South Salt Lake.
The Petito family is seeking $50 million and claiming police negligence “led to Gabby’s death.”
Lauren’s mom, Jill McCluskey said the run is a great way to bring attention to the need for campus safety.
Intermountain Healthcare announced plans Tuesday to change its name to Intermountain Health. The company has also acquired land in Ephraim, which could be used to build a new hospital, according to city officials.
Bishop Phyllis Ann Spiegel said she hopes to help Utah’s diocese become “a beloved community.”
The injunction allows transgender girls to compete on girls teams “only when it is fair,” a judge ruled.
The Gary R. Herbert Institute for Public Policy will help students learn about politics and civic involvement.
A Salt Lake man charged with shooting a man during a Black Lives Matter protest in Provo in 2020 is asking a judge to dismiss the case against him.
Gabby Petito’s family say Moab police officers could have prevented the woman’s death.
Salt Lake City police arrested a man Saturday after they say he stole an excavator from a construction site, drove almost a mile and caused significant damage by randomly digging up the ground.
As a teenager, he shot and killed his mother and three of his siblings as they each returned home.
A Utah judge granted a preliminary injunction on Utah’s abortion trigger law.
About 1,000 cheerleaders stretched over a half-mile in Layton on Saturday waiting to pay tribute to Macie Hill during her funeral procession. Donny Osmond sang at her funeral.
A Utah judge has issued a temporary restraining order, temporarily banning Utah’s new abortion law from being enacted. The order is in effect for 14 days.
The fire caused about $2 million in damage in June of 2021, as well as emotional and financial struggles.
As the U.S. continues to reel from the mass school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, Salt Lake City Police Department held a gun buyback event.
A group of Utah religious leaders lit candles at First Baptist Church while naming recent mass shooting victims. Between each name they quietly said, “No more.”
Talem Franco remembers being unable to save his older brother, who drowned at the Deer Creek Island Resort, when he was 16. Now he teaches others about water safety.
A woman is seeking over $300,000 for emotional damages in a lawsuit against the Iron County School District and Emily Luciano, the woman who watched her children and prompted an Amber Alert after kidnapping her youngest child.
An estimated 2,000 people gathered at the state Capitol Saturday to rally in favor of abortion rights and against a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion which shows the court may ultimately decide to overturn Roe v. Wade.
A Bombardier Challenger 604 jet, recently acquired by Intermountain Healthcare, is helping save lives by transporting organs and patients needing critical care.
A Utah judge ruled Tuesday that a man charged with deploying a stun gun and pepper spraying Black Lives Matter protesters in 2020 was not acting in self-defense.
Jerrod Baum was found guilty of brutally murdering Brelynne “Breezy” Otteson, 17, and Riley Powell, 18, and tossing their bodies into the Tintic Standard Mine outside Eureka, Juab County.