Millenials, the term given for those born between 1980 and 2000, may be suffering from an identity crisis as they search for their authentic self.
Most schools do not consider teen dating violence a high-priority issue, according to a new study. Parents sending their children back to school can do so more confidently when informed about what schools are and aren’t equipped to handle.
Architects and artists alike met last week to further plans on the new Glendale Branch Library, a project anticipated to be completed October 2014.
Participants learn about Japanese culture in Utah through Japanese newspaper exhibit at the annual Japan Festival, Saturday in downtown Salt Lake City.
Nearly 600 Larry H. Miller Group employees volunteered at six locations along the Wasatch Front to honor the legacy of Larry H. Miller.
Local law enforcement agencies gathered around a drone and surveillance equipment demonstration Thursday in Weber, considering the use of the latest technologies to fight crime and the ramifications entailed.
Salt Lake Mayor Ralph Becker, Police Chief Chris Burbank, community advocate Pamela Atkinson and other community leaders distributed books for World Book Night, an annual celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday.
The blackened vestiges of the burned Clearfield Community Church have been pulled away but the resolve of a congregation and the community that supports it will be on display Saturday at its annual garage sale fundraiser.
More than 860,000 children and adults registered for the Great Utah ShakeOut, a statewide drill to practice emergency procedures in event of an earthquake.
Abdulkhaliq Mohamed stood before a crowd of people Tuesday and spoke of a new building behind him and a new day before him.
A 3-year-old girl died late Saturday at Primary Children’s Medical Center from injuries sustained after getting her neck tangled in a rope of a swing, according to Weber County Sgt. Wayne Smith.
A man who led police on a high-speed chase was shot and killed by officers Friday night after the driver crashed.
Provo, Utah, a cultural pocket of Latter Day Saints, has been dubbed the most religious of 189 metropolitan areas in the U.S., finds a recent Gallup Poll.
John Beall is a self-proclaimed adrenaline junkie. Having shredded terrain across the country in his souped-up Jeep, the Texan was thrilled to be wheeling up The Metal Masher, an appropriately named four-wheel drive trail in the backcountry of Moab this week for the 2013 Easter Jeep Safari.
As college graduates leave the cocoon of a strong social support network, learning where and how to meet people in the professional adult world as a young adult can help many feel connected again.
Its a sound no 12-year-old wants to hear. But as the piercing scream of his mother echoed throughout the house Tuesday afternoon, C.J. Saulsgiver responded immediately, performing CPR and saving her life.
The recruitment fair and seminar was hosted by People Helping People, a local nonprofit organization partnering with Intermountain Healthcare career services to provide support to single working mothers.
As Linda Phillips shuffles tearfully among the charred debris of what used to be the Clearfield Community Church, her spirits are bolstered by the surrounding community support.
Developers of the former Geneva Steel site have announced plans to build 2 million square feet of office space as part of its 100-acre mixed-use project.
A substituted bill requiring law enforcement to delete data scanned on license plate readers passed 24-0 Thursday in the Senate.
A bill that would modify the insurance code regarding uninsured and underinsured motorists passed unanimously Tuesday in the House.
A bill reauthorizing a task force to create a statewide action plan that assists veterans to adjust to civilian society passed 68-7 Wednesday in the House.
A bill that would establish the Federal Funds Commission to prepare a plan to address potential federal fund reductions passed 59-14 in the House Wednesday.
A bill that would fine teen drivers a maximum of $25 for talking on the phone was passed by the Senate Wednesday.
A bill that would fine minors as much as $50 for talking on the phone while driving failed 11-13 Tuesday in the Senate.
A bill that would have taxed tobacco candies that arent yet sold in Utah failed 29-44 in the House Monday.
Utah lawmakers overwhelmingly passed a bill that establishes a public service commission to facilitate the transition to natural gas in Utah.
Since the restaurant’s owner, John Dangerfield, underwent brain surgery to have a tumor removed, the community has showed up to give support in the best way they know how — buying “dawgs.”
Police received a call Wednesday from someone who reportedly found a triangular piece of sharp metal in a doughnut purchased at Smith’s Food Store, 262 E. 12300 South.
A man police say was involved in two highway shootings was charged Thursday in connection with another incident, this time near 600 North and 1200 West on Jan. 12.