A new study reveals since 2014 the percentage of women in top leadership roles in Utah companies with 100 employees or more has dropped nearly in half.
Hogle Zoo is pioneering a first-of-its-kind allergy mask for rhinos. Zookeepers said the mask was several years in the making, and Princess, a 39-year-old female white rhino, modeled it in public Friday.
Several county animal shelters in Utah have reported a significant increase in their influx of stray pets this week due to the anxiety and fear fireworks can cause in animals.
Thousands of Utahns celebrated the Fourth of July by gathering in Provo for the America’s Freedom Festival Grand Parade and Stadium of Fire.
The University Hospital sees an increase in burn victims in July, many of which are from fireworks accidents, and most of those are children under the age of 5, said outreach and disaster coordinator Annette Newman.
Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams suggested Monday, the first day discharging fireworks in Utah is legal this month, that residents should consider not setting off their own fireworks.
BYU traffic engineers teamed up with UDOT to address what they call one of Utah’s biggest driving safety concerns: left turns.
First Step House, an addiction recovery center in Salt Lake City, launched a new employment program Friday to help individuals in recovery break through the poverty cycle.
For the first time, the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium is bringing live animal shows outside the aquarium. Valley Fair Mall is hosting the program every other Thursday this summer, featuring a kid-centered performance with live animals.
Darlene Lefevre and her daughter, Sophia, lost their home in March. On Wednesday, several companies worked together to donate a refurbished car to the little family in need.
In its 42nd year, the annual Utah Arts Festival is showcasing a range of visual and performing arts, including music, dance, film and visual art.
As fireworks go on sale this weekend, city and fire officials are urging Utahns to take extra precautions during July holidays and to remember to follow new fireworks restrictions.
Early voting is underway for Utah’s 2018 primary elections, and some counties are already reporting above average voting turnout.
Unified Fire Authority praised the heroic efforts of a CPR-trained woman who saved her husband one night when he went into cardiac arrest by awarding her the Lifesaving Award Monday.
It was a Saturday morning like most in the Cramer home. Despite being tired and drained from the daily rigor of an active duty Army career, Sean Cramer got up with his kids to do something they would remember for years to come — clean the house.
In the midst of national school shootings, local high school suicides and other bleak circumstances, Michelle Brunson felt inspired to bring some light and kindness to society.
Ryan Hymas co-founded Building Beginnings, a rehabilitation nonprofit for people wanting to recover from drug or alcohol addictions. And every single employee, from newly hired to upper management, has an addiction background similar to Hymas’.
Utah’s mosquito season has begun, and the Utah Department of Health is advising people to take extra precaution after last summer’s increase in West Nile virus cases.
A West Valley resident found a bag of dead cats in a field near her yard Friday morning, according to Dave Moss, West Valley City Animal Services director.
The Downtown Farmers Market will be open Saturdays in Pioneer Park from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. through October with hundreds of vendors selling local products from produce to handmade arts and crafts.
Though the summer season is just beginning, there have already been several drownings or near-drowning in Utah.
The University Hospital’s AirMed team celebrated 40 years of operation Thursday on top of the hospital’s helicopter pad. Cali Hinkley, the only world survivor of spontaneous amniotic fluid embolism, came to share her story and express her gratitude.
Salt Lake County on Wednesday recognized older citizens’ community contributions and encouraged senior adults in the county to elevate their health and fitness.
Officers shot and killed a man who allegedly robbed a store at gunpoint in West Jordan Monday afternoon, then was able to steal a police vehicle, crashing into several cars and injuring their occupants, police said.
Josh and Thamy Holt have arrived home in Utah, where they were welcomed at Salt Lake City International Airport around 7 p.m. tonight.
Officials expect full containment of the Pine Ridge wildfire that began Saturday by Thursday night, according to Bureau of Land Management information officer Heather O’Hanlon.
The Cache County Sheriff’s Office on Monday identified the victim of an apparent drowning Friday at Hyrum Reservoir as 18-year-old Judd Miller of Garland.
Emergency crews found the body of a man who was seen jumping off a cliff into Hyrum Reservoir, according to Cache County Sheriff’s Office.
A fatal motorcycle accident occurred Friday afternoon on U.S.-89.
Maria Fernanda Herrera should have turned 24 Thursday. Five years ago she was speeding home from work on I-15. Her parents texted and called her asking when she would get home, but she never replied.