Utah ranks 4th in the number of per capita red-light deaths
Two prison inmates accused of attacking an injuring an officer at the Central Utah Correctional Facility were serving life sentences for murder, officials said.
The Dollar Ridge Fire burned nearly 70,000 acres near Strawberry Reservoir last summer. Scientists say the area is well on its way to recovery.
A daughter gave her dad a Father’s Day gift that might extend his life: a kidney.
Mud, and a lot of it, is making it difficult to finish a new parking lot for the Timpanogos Cave Visitor Center. But the progress of this project, which began in the fall, is very visible, and he cave will reopen to visitors June 19.
The family of a Utah teen who disappeared nearly 25 years ago still hopes to someday be able to lay her to rest.
Orem police are looking for a 19-year-old man in connection with a shooting near the campus of Utah Valley University.
Jack Lund, who has transported large bags of mail from Salt Lake City to small rural post offices throughout Utah since August 1949, has decided it’s time to retire at age 91.
After dealing with the shock of losing a loved one, a Utah family is now dealing with sticker shock over an enormous medical bill — $50,000 for rabies vaccinations.
The man accused of shooting and killing a Provo police officer earlier this month will remain jailed without the possibility of bail as he awaits trial.
Lehi police are offering residents a friendly reminder to keep their garage doors closed and locked after a rash of burglaries in the area.
The Grinch may not be the most likable character, but for kids crossing Layton Parkway, the Grinch is a lifesaver.
A man believed to have been involved in the death of a Sandy woman last month, is out of jail as the investigation into the woman’s death continues.
Less than two weeks ago, residents of Elk Ridge and Woodland Hills were worried about a wildfire approaching their homes. Now, with heavy rain in the forecast, their big fear is flooding and mudslides.
Police say a man who was high on drugs intentionally drove his car into his neighbor’s house Thursday, causing no injuries but a great amount of structural damage.
Kids are back in school, and drivers are seeing school buses again on the roads. School bus drivers say too many drivers don’t stop when they are required to by law, but a new tool may reduce the number of stop-arm violators.
Over the past several weeks, Deeanna Price says she has learned a lot about her pioneer roots thanks to technology and perseverance.
A doomsday cult leader told a judge Wednesday he was following “heavenly laws” when he took a child as his bride last year.
A 3 1/2 mile police chase that ended in the death of an 88-year-old man began with a traffic stop for a revoked registration, American Fork police said Monday.
Authorities are not sure how a 250-acre fire near Deer Creek Reservoir began around noon Wednesday, but were working to determine if sparks from the historic Heber Valley Railroad played a role.
A purported doomsday cult leader from Cedar City told a judge Wednesday he hoped to have a family and grow old with an 8-year-old girl he considered his bride.
An alleged leader of a purported doomsday cult out of southern Utah pleaded guilty to charges of child sodomy and child bigamy Wednesday.
An alleged follower of a purported doomsday sect in southern Utah was charged Thursday with sexually abusing a child under the age of 14, according to court documents.
Authorities in Utah County confirmed Wednesday that they have found the body of missing Provo student Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado.
A surprise during a school assembly at Westfield Elementary in Alpine turned into a special moment that was full of smiles, tears and a lot of hugs.
Brigham Young University is using Instagram to let students know help is available after sexual abuse.
Pleasant Grove firefighters are using their spare time in between calls to restore an old 1933 fire engine.
A week after a kindergartner in a South Salt Lake slipped away from school, hopped on a public bus in search of a doctor and woke up at a stop ten miles away, Granite schools are creating a new policy to monitor children set to go home sick.