Orem High School junior Rebekah Shelley intercepted a corner kick from a Timpanogos High School player and headed the ball out. At first she seemed OK, but then she began stumbling and dropped to her knees. Then she laid down and wasn’t moving. As they waited for an ambulance to arrive the two teams put their arms around each other to say a quick prayer for Shelley.
The whole Chandra family had been so careful ever since the pandemic began in order to protect Ethan. Their two kids were taken out of school and attended online. They didn’t eat in a restaurant or go to the store since early 2020. When Ethan had a low fever and some sniffles on July 29, Alison’s birthday, they didn’t think much of it. There was no way he could have been exposed to COVID-19. But when they took him to get tested, it came back positive.
Provo woman was finally able to squeeze her surgery into a minuscule window on June 4, 2020, after Spain opened travel from the United States and just before the United States closed off travel from Spain
The Coalition of Religious Communities wants Salt Lake County officials to allocate $45 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds toward housing for families, people with disabilities and senior citizens.
Intermountain Healthcare and partner organizations aim to improve access and help for minority and underserved populations
The Utah Department of Health in Salt Lake City said children are 1,000 times more likely to be injured riding on an ATV than in a car.
Bishop Carolyn Tanner Irish was the 10th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah and the first female recipient of the Giant in Our City award from the Salt Lake Chamber.
The restaged show premiered earlier this year, and now Utah gets a dose of the magic when “Corteo” runs at the Maverik Center from Sept. 27-30.
When Utah baker Debi Jensen first got a voicemail asking her to compete on a new baking show, she thought it was a joke. Then a few months later she and her granddaughter were in a fierce head-to-head baking competition.
The seven-time Grammy winner will be coming to the Vivint Smart Home Arena as part of her all-female “The Cry Pretty Tour 360.”
Fifteen years ago, on Aug. 4, 2003, Utah author Shannon Hale published her very first book, “The Goose Girl.”
On Tuesday, Bryce Matteson will run the Deseret News Marathon, his 29th marathon this year, a little over halfway to his goal of running 50 marathons in 50 states in 2018.
On July 4, 1873, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir first performed in the Salt Lake Tabernacle, the building it’s partially named for.
Four Utah teams were among eight total that qualified for the first pilot Xbox video gaming tournament at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games on July 2.
On June 15, 1850, Willard Richards and his staff printed 220 copies of the first edition of the Deseret News, the first news organization in Utah. Here’s what you need to know.
Families and friends had to be wrangled into energetic, animated lines Friday night for the first of a series of live tapings for the next Studio C season.
Early in the morning of June 5, 2002, Brian David Mitchell cut through a window screen, broke into Edward and Lois Smart’s home, and forced 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart from her home in Federal Heights to a camp in the woods on the outskirts of Salt
Some Utah authors and FanX fans are choosing not to attend FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention this September after its co-founder told best-selling author Shannon Hale to “sit this one out.”