Pursuit of a pair of juveniles suspected of shoplifting Tuesday evening led officers to deploy a Taser and ended with an officer-involved fender bender.
Police are investigating the death of a baby in Saratoga Springs as a “possible homicide,” authorities said Wednesday.
A 59-year-old man was shot dead in an apartment in Murray on Thursday, authorities said.
A man has died in an industrial accident in Sandy that happened near 11450 South and 1000 East Friday afternoon.
Authorities have recovered the body of a 20-year-old college student from Herriman in the foothills near his home.
The roads in Kaysville need to be fixed, but the city doesn’t just have money in the budget. It is considering charging a “road utility fee” to residents, businesses and even schools, and that isn’t sitting well with many.
The family of a driver who heard a crash and later learned a plane landed on her car says it’s a miracle she walked away with only scrapes and a broken pinkie.
One person died in a fire at a West Jordan condominium complex Sunday afternoon.
A West Valley father of four was deported Tuesday without warning. He’s been in Utah for 15 years and has an up-to-date work authorization card to be here.
After the weekend evacuation of 25 homes threatened by the Water Tower Fire, city officials are ready to act to try and prevent wildfires caused by target shooting in the foothills adjacent to the town.
After hearing from dozens of residents about fireworks, the Cottonwood Heights City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to ban aerial fireworks within city limits during Pioneer Day celebrations and the next five months.
A passionate community in Draper put in months of work to create personalized gifts for veterans at the local VA hospital.
A couple of adventure seekers set sail on Utah Lake last weekend but quickly realized they were literally in over their heads when their hand-crafted pirate ship sank.
Approximately 50 smash-and-grab burglaries in just four weeks has the Cottonwood police chief trying something new to motivate people to help him catch the person or persons responsible.
A man taking a break during the Utah State Bar Exam spotted a thief breaking into a car. He stopped the thief, recovered the stolen items and went right back to his test.
An Orem family welcomed an unexpected guest into their home Saturday. It was a crazy experience they say they will not likely forget.
A week ago, Halene Johnson, 80, took a nasty fall by her bed. She picked up the phone and dialed the wrong number but happened to reach the right person. Wednesday, she got to meet her hero, West Valley City police detective Dana Pugmire.
A woman is in serious condition following a shooting in a Midvale apartment Tuesday afternoon.
Two snowboarders are “lucky to be alive,” police say, after an avalanche overtook them on a backcountry slope Wednesday.
An 80-year-old Taylorsville woman’s phone call to a wrong number ended up being answered by the right person to help her after she had fallen.
While many were busy cleaning up snow from driveways recently, Bethany Bowker was trying to figure out how to clean up a much different kind of mess — human feces.
A group of teachers from the Canyons School District were hailed as heroes for their actions after a shooting at Union Middle School last month.
A Layton man built a backyard garage to restore a vehicle. Layton city officials have now filed criminal charges against him for the construction.
Officials at Orem’s wastewater treatment plant are asking the public to help them find those responsible for dumping a mysterious sludge into the sewer system, clogging it up.
A 3-year-old Utahn is the inspiration behind a bill being drafted that proposes a public registry listing convicted felony child abuse offenders.
Some Tooele County residents are claiming county officials have signed off on a land deal without the public’s knowledge. The land is a 10-acre gravel pit slated to expand to 150 acres near homes in South Rim.
A parent is crying foul after he says a vendor handing out samples gave his son an energy pill at Salt Lake Comic Con that had no listed ingredients on the packaging.
It’s been a little over a month since a catastrophic fire tore through a community in Tooele. But slowly, some residents are starting to rebuild.
Police say they foiled an expensive drug operation when they recovered 68 pounds of meth while acting on a tip from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Police are looking for an alleged kidnapper after a 9-year-old boy reported he was able to escape the truck of a man who tried to abduct him Tuesday evening.