The brother and sister were walking to school when a car drove on the sidewalk and killed them, police said.
A team from the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center from Fort Rucker, Alabama, will conduct a safety investigation into Tuesday’s training accident also decide when the damaged helicopters can be recovered from the crash site in the Mineral Basin of Little Cottonwood Canyon.
The final bill for a COVID-19 hospitalization can vary, depending on insurance, the severity of the case, and even what part of the country you live in, according to a recent study
While the lack of available workers is causing a headache for some businesses, Mark Knold, chief economist for the Utah Department of Workforce Services, said Utah’s economy is strong and he is confident the state will work through the labor shortages and find long-term solutions.
A wind-driven blaze damaged at least seven homes in St. George. Police believe three of those homes were destroyed. The fire was reported Friday afternoon in the area of 300 West and Diagonal Street. It burned out of control for several frantic hours. No injuries were reported.
The collision of a ravaging pandemic and rising import costs from Canada have pushed lumber prices to unprecedented levels, driving the prices of new homes to all-time highs.
‘We’ve got this. We’re going to make the votes count,’ Sanpete County clerk says
A billboard promoted by the Foundation for a Better Life in Bountiful, intended to pay tribute to first responders, was vandalized recently with a message warning of the ‘new Jim Crow.’
A section of the highway north of Birdseye in Utah County was closed down Friday evening after a flash flood left 2 feet of rock and mud covering the road.
Shelly O’Meara, 61, died from smoke inhalation after ensuring that the rest of her family got out of their Draper home safely, officials said.
Court documents show that St. George police have been looking into whether Macin Smith, who disappeared nearly 4 years ago, was murdered and whether his parents had anything to do with it. The parents say investigative actions will only clear their names.
Two decades after they survived the mass shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado, two Utah sisters will run the Boston Marathon together on Monday.
Though only 6 years old, Annie Gonzalez was humble, understanding and “wise beyond her years,” according to her family.
More than a month after toxic levels of fluoride entered pipes following a pump malfunction, six houses in Sandy are still showing elevated levels of lead and copper.
The widow of Maj. Brent Taylor will be attending President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech Tuesday at the U.S. Capitol, according to Rep. Rob Bishop’s office.
An act of kindness may have ultimately led to the death of South Jordan real estate agent David Stokoe, according to the president of a real estate company who disputes the suspected gunman’s version of events.
Rep. Ben McAdams has spent his first few weeks in Washington, D.C., crashing with friends because he doesn’t have a place to live.
After years of decline, the number of uninsured children across the country is up, and Utah is one of the states that saw a big jump.
The mother of Lisa Vilate Williams — the woman who was allegedly shot and killed over the weekend by her boyfriend’s ex-wife — described her daughter as kind and generous.
In his job, Utah County Sheriff’s Sgt. Spencer Cannon gives a lot of his time to helping others. But his commitment to service doesn’t end when his shift does. When he learned his friend needed a kidney, he immediately offered up one of his own.
A man sustained minor injuries Thursday morning when he stopped on train tracks and a FrontRunner train hit his van, officials said.
A BYU student who became stranded while rappelling Bridal Veil Falls didn’t have much time left when a fellow student saved him from the cold waters, according to rescue crews.
Teachers started moving into their classrooms at the new Provo High School on Tuesday, even as workers rushed to put the finishing touches on the building before school starts Aug. 15.
A week after a 23-year-old bicyclist died when he was struck by a FrontRunner train, officials have released footage showing the man was among a number of cyclists who continued to cross the tracks despite warning lights and crossing arms.
A woman who said she was sexually assaulted by a man claiming to be a door-to-door salesman Sunday made up the incident, according to police.
While many were enjoying Memorial Day weekend festivities, the residents of two Tooele homes were picking up the remains of their animals, killed by a husky that got loose in the area.
Students arrived at Springville High School Monday morning to find hundreds of paper hearts with kind messages posted on the doors and similar notes written in sidewalk chalk outside.
A 60-year-old snowmobiler who spent four nights alone in the woods without supplies said he watched a rescue helicopter fly across the night sky as he crawled under a pine, believing “that was my chance. I missed it.”