After living in a hotel for a week because of a fire, a Kearns family returned to check on their burned home Saturday morning and found someone else living in it, police said
Six-year-old Connor Clifford has what it takes to be a champion BMX racer —a whole lot of passion and a supportive family, his mentor says.
The Utah Olympic Park’s newest attraction is extreme tubing where participants are invited to slip down a Nordic Ski jump on an inner-tube, traveling at speeds that may be higher than 50 miles per hour.
At this time next year, Melissa Haeffner hopes to be scaling the terrain of the coldest continent on Earth, as a participant in Homeward Bound’s first all-female voyage to Antarctica.
The Mapleton community is rallying together in an effort to raise nearly $30,000 to buy prosthetic hands for a Ugandan man.
Utah’s DUI media campaign got musical Friday when two Utah singers performed classic Christmas songs with a twist.
The Gregerson family looks forward to celebrating their first Christmas as a trio after new mother Arlee Gregerson nearly died from a blood clot two days after giving birth.
Busy helpers wrapped thousands of children’s gifts at the Valley Fair Mall on Tuesday, creating an atmosphere like that of Santa’s workshop.
Until Dec. 23, the pool house at Granite High School will be known as Candy Cane Corner, where low-income parents involved with The Road Home, Volunteers of America Utah and the YWCA will choose holiday gifts for themselves and their children.
Utah’s wage gap and lack of women in leadership positions landed it the title of “worst state for gender equality,” according to recent online studies. Other sources explain why Utah attained this title.
Don’t let scammers take advantage of you this Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday. The Better Business Bureau of Utah and the Utah Division of Consumer Protection offers tips for safe online spending.
As 15-year-old Alexis Gould struggles with cancer, it’s hard for her siblings to focus on anything else. But according to Alexis’ mom, Emily Gould, Citywide’s plan to remodel their home has given them something exciting to discuss together.
Following the lead of Rob Adams, more than 300 volunteers helped sort, prep and deliver 16,000 pounds of turkey, 8,000 pounds of potatoes and other Thanksgiving favorites to local, needy families Monday.
Hundreds of people ran around in Santa suits as part of the 2015 Utah Santa 5K at The Gateway. The festivities continued with concerts, free food and the lighting of a 52 foot pine tree.
Volunteers from Utah nonprofit organization Heart 2 Home completely remodeled a U.S. Marine Corps veteran’s 1960s-era home in American Fork.
In 2014, 29 teens died in motor vehicle crashes. Families of these teens shared their personal accounts Wednesday to encourage drivers to use safety precautions on Utah roads.
With the holiday season approaching, Utah business professionals may have a variety of opportunities for philanthropic work through their employment. A new survey says the volunteer work may help the givers as much as the receivers.
Professional Firefighters of Utah teams up each year with national nonprofit organization Operation Warm to provide coats for impoverished children. This year, firefighters chose Backman Elementary School as the recipient of the giveaway.
Continue Mission and other nonprofit groups, along with those who live with mental illness, their family members, and mental and medical professionals in the community united Tuesday for the Power of the Mind Conference.
Around 800 high school students attended the Northern Utah STEM Career Exposition on Monday. The expo stressed getting a degree based on an intended job, instead of getting a job based on a degree.
Patients rarely know the stories of the health care staff, according to St. Mark’s Hospital Chaplain Saundra Shanti, which is why she created a portrait and vignette display of hospital employees.
A Syracuse man donated 127 gallons of blood over the past 40 years. As one of the top blood donors in the United States, he was inducted into the Donation Hall of Fame on Monday.
Fall got off to a warm start, but it may be time to put away those flip-flops. Temperatures are dropping along the Wasatch Front.
Invasive mussels pose an obstacle to the Washington County Water Conservancy District as it seeks to build a 140-mile-long pipe system to bring water from Lake Powell to southern Utah municipalities, district officials said.
Instead of listening to a lecture, about 60 high school students performed hands-on learning experiments Monday at the American Society for Nondestructive Testing’s first Day of STEM.
Zombies have yet to take over the world, but they have taken over popular culture in Utah and in the nation. Two professors explain why this happened.
A 13-year-old autistic boy who ran off from his mother was reunited with his family late Saturday.
A Salt Lake City-based children’s grief support program joined the Sugar House community Saturday to celebrate Day of the Dead this season.
A motorcyclist died Saturday after deputies say he rounded a corner too fast and slid under a pickup truck near Spanish Fork.