The Utah Department of Transportation wants drivers to be aware of several major construction projects planned this weekend that could have a significant impact on their travels.
Traffic accident at the intersection of 7800 South and 4000 West sends car into gas pump. The pump and car caught fire. The driver was able to get out of her vehicle and suffered minor injuries.
The canal breach in Murray that flooded homes April 27 is now causing problems for businesses that depend on the water.
A woman who survived the Columbine High School shootings and now lives in Utah wants to do something to show people in Boston there are still a lot of good people in the world. She organized a community workout in Orem for this Saturday.
The Provo Airport announced Wednesday new nonstop service to the San Francisco Bay area, even though Provo may have to close its tower because of automatic budget cuts.
A man who police say tried to use a “For Rent” sign to cover up his bad driving, left a trail behind for officers to follow.
Over the past two years, UDOT has spent $450,000 replacing wiring to light poles on major freeways, including I-215, I-80 and I-15. Some of the hot spots are I-80 near Stansbury Park, I-215 at 700 North and 2100 North, I-15 at 600 North, and I-215 at I-80, according to UDOT traffic lighting engineer Richard Hibbard.
The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is trying to track down two people who broke into a home in the Springdell neighborhood in Provo Canyon.
Salt Lake residents will soon pay to keep streetlights on.
A small dog in Pleasant Grove is being called a hero after she helped keep her neighbor’s house from burning down.
Downtown holiday shopping options have increased, but free, metered parking is no longer among those options.
With more than 250 bicycles reported stolen in the past six months, Provo police have made catching the culprits a top priority. Recently, police set up an undercover sting operation to help combat the problem.
It’s common for deer and elk to come down the mountains to the outskirts of Lindon, but a few weeks ago a bear wandered several blocks into town, and residents are still talking about it.
A young mother who just had her bike stolen wasn’t about to let her husband’s bike be taken as well.
A 2-year-old boy was killed in a Spanish Fork home fire early Tuesday.
The Utah Transit Authority is testing out a new texting system that will inform commuters when their bus leaves from any given bus stop.
In a few weeks, a stretch of the Mountain View Corridor will be open to drivers, which will help ease traffic congestion.
Police did some homework to track down a man who they said burglarized a home and assaulted the homeowner.
A ribbon cutting will be held followed by a Fun Run. Activities will be at Foothills Park, 14090 S. 4830 West in Riverton, beginning at 10 a.m.
A pizza place in Provo that donates a meal to orphans in Malawi, Africa, for every meal purchased is looking to expand.
Starting in July, Nikon will no longer send parts to independent camera repair shops and that has some shop owners concerned.
Starting in July, Nikon will no longer send parts to independent camera repair shops and that has some shop owners concerned.
Police are trying to find where $5,000 worth of likely stolen car parts came from.
A volunteer at Deseret Industries made a surprising discovery while organizing the shoe section in the store. He found several thousand dollars stuffed in a shoe.
Floodwaters threatened Liberty residents in Weber County and brought high water to Mendon in Cache County Thursday and Friday, as warm weather and rain combined with slush and melting snow to close roads and bring headaches to homeowners.