Trevor Lewis, a Utah native and professional hockey player, brought the Stanley Cup home to celebrate the Los Angeles Kings’ victory over the New York Rangers in the 2014 Stanley Cup Final.
Summer has not ended for eighth-graders at the Salt Lake Center for Science Education who will be learning about the life cycle of the monarch butterfly in a unique way.
With mosquito populations increasing, health officials are warning residents to comply with prevention efforts in order to avoid the spread of the West Nile Virus.
Uintah County search and rescue crews have recovered the body of a woman who went missing Saturday night near the Horseshoe Bend area of the Green River.
A man who allegedly escaped officers following a high-speed chase Sunday morning was arrested that evening.
A Sandy woman was killed late Saturday when a motorcycle she was riding on collided with two vehicles that had just been involved in a separate accident in Kearns.
In a labor of love, about 130 University of Utah students spent Wednesday painting and cleaning The Road Home’s winter overflow shelter. The shelter is an emergency home for homeless families looking to escape Utah’s harsh winter season.
In a world where kids know how to use an iPad better than many adults, the traditional textbook has maintained popularity throughout the Utah college scene.
A Comcast-funded program that helps low-income families receive inexpensive computers and cheap Internet service has also upgraded the Glendale Community Learning Center.
In an effort to avoid fires or unwanted odors, the Timpanogos Special Service District has temporarily decided to stop collecting green waste from the north Utah County area after its compost pile grew too large to manage.
Under the direction of Mayor Ben McAdams, Salt Lake County set aside $800,000 for 19 new bicycle transportation projects that will add 87 miles of bike paths along the Wasatch Front.
Chip Camp was held at BYU on Tuesday and Wednesday to encourage about 50 seventh- and eighth-grade students to pursue degrees in engineering.
In an effort to improve food consumption at Hayden Peak Elementary School, a Cornell University nutrition expert evaluated the school’s lunchroom environment. Though the school scored above average, minor changes could have a big impact on students.
Vendors at the 2014 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market appealed to more and more women interested in getting outside and active.
Members of the Provo Utah Wasatch Tongan Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrate the Makai Reading Initiative, a program designed to get young kids enthusiastic about reading throughout the summer.
The University of Utah’s School of Architecture and the Girl Scouts of Utah teamed up to build three sustainable, modern cabins for the Trefoil Ranch Girls Scout Camp and learn important architectural principles for the future.
The Utah Free Market allows people to give and take in a free exchange process that connects Salt Lake City residents through service. Donations will continue through next week in preparation for “The Big Give” next Friday and Saturday.
Thousands flocked to downtown Salt Lake City from near and far Thursday to celebrate Utah’s pioneer heritage in the annual Days of ’47 Parade.
More than 16,000 people came to the South Towne Expo Center in Sandy Monday to see 30 of the 50 Days of ’47 Parade floats, three days in advance of the big parade
A wildfire that forced the evacuation of 10 to 20 homes had burned an estimated 50 acres by Sunday afternoon. But fire officials said the blaze was burning in steep, rocky terrain, and the immediate threat to structures had passed.
For one small Episcopal church, new solar panels mean a big difference in its carbon footprint, the community and the congregation’s devotion to God.
The University Hospital AirMed fleet has six helicopters, one of which can now transports high-risk pregnant patients and prenatal babies. Sandie Boardman broke in the new helicopter in November when a premature baby boy was born while in the air.
Utah Pioneer Days and the Olive Osmond Hearing Fund will be honoring a modern-day pioneer during the Youth Pioneer Production.
Construction starts Friday for a new project that will take the 20 million people who fly through Utah on annual basis to new heights. A $1.8 billion new Salt Lake City International Airport will be under construction for the next eight to ten years.
In 2011, Brittani Uribe attended Best Buy’s Geek Squad Summer Academy at age 17 with plans of becoming a dietitian. Eight years later, she is living her dream as a Geek Squad agent at the camp who thrives in the field of technology.
Investigators determined that spontaneous combustion caused a large compost fire in South Salt Lake, Thursday evening, which reignited Friday morning and caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage.
A legislatively mandated push to decide the fate of daylight saving time in Utah came to the Clark Planetarium Thursday in a public meeting focused on three possible outcomes.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Center of Excellence was outfitted with 126 solar panels, which are expected to save the association about 8,000 per year — money which it plans on using to power future athletes’ gold medal goals.
A little piece of New York has arrived in Utah as Broadway stars begin taking the stage for the $14 million production of “Wicked.”
A handful of volunteers stood alongside Pastor Wayne Wilson, the CEO and founder of the Salt Lake City Mission, to serve food and offer clothing to grateful recipients Friday.