Less than 15 percent of state and federal candidates successfully used Utah’s new signature-gathering path to the primary ballot. Candidates who hired others to gather signatures for them paid between $4 and $12 per signature.
A $4.5 million renovation of the Hampton Inn in downtown Salt Lake City is nearly finished.
Three gubernatorial candidates announced their pick for lieutenant governor Monday.
This year’s Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point features more than 250,000 tulips imported from Holland in 15 themed gardens spanning 55 acres.
The University of Utah and community groups partnered Thursday to celebrate Community Engagement Day with food drives, free haircuts and opportunities to help others.
After two Republican candidates for state Senate District 13 suspended their campaigns Tuesday, it appeared Rep. Jacob Anderegg, R-Lehi, would be running unopposed. On Wednesday, the race took another twist.
The cost of driving is at a six-year low thanks to lower fuel prices, according to AAA’s “Your Driving Costs” report for 2016.
Ten of Utah’s former POWs from WWII and the Vietnam War were honored for their service on National POW Recognition Day at a luncheon Friday.
Rep. Angela Romero, D-Salt Lake City, and other Utah House Democrats joined advocates for victims of sexual assault on the Capitol steps Wednesday morning to promote awareness for Start By Believing Day.
A new law just passed by the Utah Legislature requires universities to provide students with organ donation information. Experts hope more young adults will become donors as a result.
After spending Wednesday searching approximately 75 square miles for missing camper Daniel Brown, the Iron County Sheriff’s Office said there was no sign of him Wednesday night.
A Woods Cross mother and her boyfriend are facing child abandonment charges after police say they told a 13-year-old boy to walk 5 miles home on a chilly December evening.
A wrong-way driver struck and killed another person on I-80 Monday night, police said.
An Internet cafe business raided in January was charged in 3rd District Court with multiple gambling charges Monday.
A man is missing in Iron County after he left his wife and kids on a mountain road to get help after the family’s van became stuck.
Police are looking for a 19-year-old man who they say intentionally hit and injured two police officers with a car Saturday morning in Springville.
Two men were arrested Friday morning after police say they led officers on a chase that ended in a rollover crash near Cedar City.
A Nevada woman was killed in a car crash Saturday while traveling to Salt Lake City for her mother’s funeral, police said.
Utah Highway Patrol troopers and other law enforcement officers will be working overtime shifts this weekend to encourage nighttime seat belt use.
Gov. Gary Herbert and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development unveiled a new $4.6 million advertising campaign Thursday to promote Utah tourism.
More than 60 fugitives in Utah were arrested in February and March as part of Operation Violence Reduction, a fugitive apprehension initiative from the U.S. Marshals Service.
Democratic and Republican party leaders are expecting a large turnout for Tuesday’s neighborhood caucus meetings in what they’re saying could be an influential vote.
Utah incumbents may have to share space on primary election ballots this year with candidates who intend to gather signatures rather than go through the state’s caucus and convention system.
If signed into law by Gov. Gary Herbert, “In God We Trust” license plates would become a standard option at the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles, and motorists would also have four new specialty places to choose from.
As Utah prepares to “spring forward” Sunday, AAA Utah says there are safety concerns that come with the daylight saving time change.
The brother of executed killer Ronnie Lee Gardner was detained by police Thursday night after storming into the House gallery to protest lawmakers’ lack of action on a proposal to repeal the death penalty.
After more than an hour of public comment and deliberation Tuesday, a committee voted 6-5 to send a proposal to repeal the death penalty to the full House.