Capt. Ralph Jim Chipman was accounted for earlier this year after the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency found his teeth, bone fragments and dog tag during an excavation
The interactive workshop held at Utah Valley University was hosted by two Utah companies, The MECA Project and Counterfeit Emotions.
National Stand With Immigrants Day was celebrated in Utah on Saturday with a second annual rally calling for community awareness of issues faced by immigrants.
Court records say woman and other defendants used fake profiles on social media websites to befriend potential victims, mostly widowed women over the age of 65.
Dia de los Muertos is a celebration for remembering and honoring the dead that has been celebrated for thousands of years.
The elephants, Christie, 37, and Zuri, 14, will be leaving in the next few weeks to join a larger herd at another zoo.
The protest marked the first anniversary of the killing of Mahsa Jina Amini for allegedly improperly wearing a hijab headscarf.
No information would be disclosed about the truck driver, pending the completion of the department’s investigation.
Homicide detectives and the medical examiner’s office were working to identify the body.
Two bats found this week in Salt Lake County have tested positive for rabies.
This year is the first time in the festival’s eight-year history that Polynesian Days also serves as a fundraiser.
Police say Chance Jon Cutler confessed to the arsons during a police interview on Aug. 19.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office of Utah says founder William J. Bowser and his co-conspirators defrauded victims, mostly the elderly and retired, of more than $30 million after they were persuaded to invest in Noah Event Centers.
The Davis County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI opened an investigation into a man, later identified as Phillip Stokes, contacting an 11-year-old girl over TikTok.
Ogden police responded to the area in the 500 block of 31st Street after hearing reports of multiple people fighting in the street.
The correctional facility and DavisTech celebrated the addition of three new certification programs available to female prisoners, bringing it to a total of five.
Judge Kraig Powell told th group of veterans “You all made me feel like I have a place in this great country.”
Event chairwoman Jani Iwamoto, member of the JCC and former state senator, said the festival is an important way for the local Japanese community to honor its ancestors.
USA Today reported Utah National Guard Adjutant Maj. Gen. Michael J. Turley is under investigation for having an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate soldier.
Haderlie explained, ‘The city does not comment on personnel issues related to its employees, other than to confirm employment status, to ensure that employees’ rights are protected.’
Margaret Chamberlain, museum public relations coordinator, said Bugfest is the only time of the year that curators bring out a special entomology collection.
Recreational prosthetics will allow them to run, ski, lift weights and more.
OSIRIS-REx will land Sept. 24 at the Utah Test and Training Range in Dugway.
“We’ll be able to show that Utah Jazz symbol all over the world, because this airplane will travel all over the world.”
“Arch Recruit” by T. C. Lowrey is the first in a trilogy telling the war stories of a fictional Army captain named Orion Thorrsen.
The Urgyen Samten Ling Tibetan Buddhist Temple in Salt Lake City’s 18th annual Prayers for Compassion event began Thursday and runs through Sunday.
Police applied a tourniquet until an ambulance arrived to take her to the Ogden Regional Medical Center.
Fire Marshal Kevin Brown released a statement Thursday cracking down on fireworks through Oct. 15, ‘or until conditions improve.’
Colin Jeffery “CJ” Haynie, now 20, was 16 when he shot and killed his mother and three of his siblings in their home in Grantsville.
Wesaga was sentenced to at least 36 years and up to life behind bars.