Three siblings, ages 12 through 19, are working to organize a Cinco de Mayo fun run in Farmington.
Cottonwood High School football coach Josh Lyman feels blindsided by allegations that he had an improper relationship with a female student, his lawyer said Friday.
Gabi Cheng, a slightly built eighth-grader with close-cropped dark hair and strong Asian features, stood before a few hundred people and read his sonnet honoring Holocaust rescuer Andree Geulen.
The massive drill at 10:15 a.m. also included around 120,000 participants at 48 colleges and universities, 55,000 at 485 businesses, 15,000 at 119 medical facilities and many others.
Delegates will be greeted by the usual flurry of banners, booths and buttons Saturday at the Republican state convention. They will also be handed a small electronic keypad — their ballot — the only one they will need all day.
A motorcyclist was killed Friday after colliding with a car making a left turn in front of him at 12th Street and 1200 West in Marriott-Slaterville west of Ogden.
A hazardous material spill on a road between Vernal and Manila could take two to four weeks to clean up, officials said Friday.
Former sister wife details ‘constant state of fear’ at FLDS ranch
Alcohol, speed and a small dog in the car that distracted the driver may all have been factors in a one-vehicle rollover that killed an Ogden woman Monday evening.
GOP hopefuls for seat in U.S. House stress backgrounds at debate
A 4-year-old girl was rushed by helicopter to Primary Children’s Medical Center after she was accidentally run over by the family van.
Seven Republican candidates for Utah’s 2nd Congressional District sought to set themselves apart Monday from each other by emphasizing their different backgrounds.
Warm spring weather in the Sonoran Desert brings organized public tours to an area of the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, which is normally closed to visitor access.
Andrew Roush and his family opened their house Saturday and served up food to friends, family, neighbors and others to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the head-on collision that almost killed him.
A Salt Lake City man dressed up as a security guard and called 911 to make bomb threats to Trolley Square and the police station because “it was a high or a rush,” according to charges filed in Third District Court Thursday.
A man arrested in connection with the killing of a 15-year-old Riverton girl whose body was found in the Jordan River on March 11 now faces new charges in connection with an incident that allegedly occurred the day before.
A Provo elementary school was locked down Wednesday as police searched nearby for the driver of a vehicle who had rammed a police vehicle during a traffic stop and then led police on a chase.
A man who police say killed three dogs when he fled officers and crashed a stolen vehicle through the fence of a west Salt Lake residence, has been charged with three counts of aggravated cruelty to an animal.
A female corrections officer was charged Tuesday with custodial sexual misconduct for allegedly engaging in sexual activities with a female resident of a correctional facility.
Seventeen students and a teacher were treated at a local hospital Tuesday after a carbon monoxide scare at Heber Valley Elementary School.
Robert Manzanares, the former Colorado resident whose fight to be declared the parent of his biological daughter went to the Utah Supreme Court, is suing the child’s would-be adoptive father after a courtroom scuffle last week.
A woman’s father and two brothers, who police say are “Iraqi Mafia” gang members, have been charged with kidnapping for allegedly forcing the woman into a car, and chasing down and assaulting her boyfriend.
An adult cousin of Jennifer Graves, the outspoken sister of Josh Powell, has gone missing and her family is seeking the public’s help to find her.