Here’s a look at the Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears monument designations, from their creation to the days leading up to the Trump administration’s verdict on the monuments’ status.
A 26-year-old man was arrested for investigation of DUI Saturday morning after police say he crashed through a fence and into a junior high school.
A Salt Lake man has died after losing control of his motorcycle and falling off the roadway Friday night in East Canyon.
When an airplane crashes, the impact of the landing is rarely the fatal part of the accident.
Students at two Wasatch Front high schools have been referred for medical attention after exposure to bats.
As national debate tries to answer the question of how to treat controversial historical figures, one Fairpark school community at times delved into the controversy surrounding its own Jackson Elementary School.
While many may see their 21st birthday as a symbol of new social freedom, Dale Rigby said he remembers his 21st birthday as the day he was taken into North Korean captivity.
Following a problem-plagued primary in Utah’s 3rd Congressional District, the state auditor’s office Tuesday pointed out errors made during the political process and issued recommendations for avoiding similar mistakes in future elections.
On Friday morning, hundreds of students from Bluffdale Elementary School crowded into their school gymnasium to make a Skype call. On the other end of the call were students from Moore Elementary in Houston.
Recent challenges to New Jersey’s bail bonds laws have been a key issue for Utah lawmakers as they consider bail reforms to the state court system.
Three state of Utah employees left Thursday to help Florida in what could be a lengthy recovery process after Hurricane Irma.
Utah lawmakers voted Wednesday to move forward with legislation that could potentially raise fees for drivers’ licenses and concealed firearm permits.
After failing earlier this year to pass a proposed ban on the use of carbon monoxide gas chambers at animal shelters, Utah lawmakers are again considering what issues counties may have in changing to less controversial euthanasia methods.
State lawmakers are looking at a series of bills in support of Utah’s new mental health crisis line.
Juvenile justice officials are working to clarify when and where school resource officers are supposed to step in and enforce law.
After an April audit found Utah’s Sex Offender Treatment Program to be poorly managed and operating under an outdated model, state Department of Corrections officials say they’re working to make improvements.
As Heather Baniulis led visitors through a series of refugee scenarios, she asked at almost every turn what people would be willing to give up to get away from danger.
Dozens of hopeful singers tested their voices against a panel of judges, including Emmy Award-winning composer Kurt Bestor, as they auditioned for a chance to sing the national anthem at a Jazz game.
On Wednesday night, members of the Salt Lake Astronomical Society drank a toast to a nearly 20-year mission to observe Saturn and its moons.
Being prepared for a natural disaster requires extensive planning, but inaction could have both life-threatening and legal consequences.
Volunteers of America’s Youth Resource Center teamed up with the Danna Foundation to fill more than 900 backpacks with toothbrushes, chapstick, clean socks, motivational books and more — all donated by Target — to support the homeless.
Mayor Jackie Biskupski kicked off Navy Week in Salt Lake City by stepping into the shoes of a special warfare combatant craft crew member, piloting a high-speed boat and extracting a team of Navy SEALs in a virtual reality simulation.
As residents, medical professionals and emergency responders waited for Hurricane Irma to make landfall along the west coast of Florida, Ally Okazaki took her position at a local hospital, ready to assist.
Police are investigating an incident where a man at a park in Logan shot a pit bull that he said was attacking his dog.
A Box Elder County man died Saturday after his vehicle lost control and went across both lanes of traffic before flipping over.
Utah officials say they are not certain of how many people in the state were affected by Thursday’s announcement of the Equifax hacks.
With a blue first-place ribbon hanging from the musical note-covered front panel of her cabinet, Sarah Provard logged another win in her woodworking career.
A man died of an apparent gunshot wound Saturday, Unified police say.
One suspect has been taken into custody and police are looking for another in connection with the death of a woman on the Uintah-Ouray Reservation.
U.S. Forest Service officials are overseeing efforts to fight a brush fire in Spanish Fork Canyon.