Doctors at Intermountain Medical Center are hoping the device created by BioFire Diagnostics in Salt Lake City will help cut back on the spread of the flu this year.
The numbers are increasing by the day, and the arrival of thousands of Rainbow Family members in Wasatch County has resources stretched to the limit.
The lights are back on along a busy stretch of I-15 that was left in the dark at night after a copper wire heist in March 2013.
World War II veteran Joseph Max Gardiner received a string of awards in a surprise ceremony Saturday. Gardiner received four medals: the World War II Victory Medal, Good Conduct, Sharp Shooter and the American Service Medal.
Police believe a slingshot-wielding man on painkillers may have been the culprit in a shooting scare in Cedar Hills Friday.
The Granite School District Police Department has issued military-grade AR-15 rifles to all of its officers. The district says the move is part of its efforts to keep kids safe every day.
The Kemp family has one more thing to be grateful for this Thanksgiving — their foster dog who alerted them that a stranger was on their back deck.
A massive copper theft in March has motorists on I-15 driving in the dark, and Utah Department of Transportation officials say it could be some time before the lights are back on.
About 120 members of the Utah National Guard departed from Camp Williams on Friday to assist in the reconstruction project in the aftermath of massive flooding in Colorado.
A semitrailer knocked down power lines, flattened a car and crashed into a house on Thursday.