Six-year-old Mikah Arvidson is recovering at Primary Children’s Hospital after he swallowed part of a popular fidget toy made of magnets. The items caused life-threatening damage to his intestines.
A family pumpkin patch was forced close for the season because vandals destroyed its pumpkin crop and decorations.
Cyclists often get frustrated waiting at red lights when there’s no traffic around. A year ago, Salt Lake City installed new radar equipment at 10 intersections that allows cyclists to trigger the green light to cut wait times.
They were born 1999, and have kept their parents busy ever since. On Thursday, quadruplets Jade, Jordyn, McKenna and MiKayla Godwin will all graduate from American Fork High School.
The Utah Department of Transportation is advising motorists that I-15 will be closed in both directions between Hill Field Road and Antelope Drive in Layton for several nights.
Sara Boatright’s mother, 86-year-old Zenetta Winsor Hunt, who had 13 children, died in a house fire Christmas Eve. Evon Hunt, one of Boatright’s sisters, was living with her mom and suffered smoke inhalation trying to save her from the fire.
The bus driver who was seriously injured in a crash nearly two weeks ago is out of the hospital.
Four refurbished pianos from Deseret Industries are being placed throughout Salt Lake City as part of a collaboration between the Mundi Project and the LDS Welfare Services Department.
Andrew Veldhuizen, 17, has been riding a bicycle for over a decade. Tuesday, the community got together and surprised him with a very special bike.
The city of Kaysville is growing, and with growth comes challenges. One of those challenges is transportation. Several projects are planned for the year including the 200 North and Angel Street intersection expansion.
A young musician from Granger High School is making a name for himself one note at a time.
North Salt Lake city leaders and homeowners are once again concerned about a landslide after a portion of the hillside shifted late Monday night or early Tuesday morning.
An 80-year-old Taylorsville woman’s phone call to a wrong number ended up being answered by the right person to help her after she had fallen.
No matter how cold it got, no matter how much snow she had to walk through, nothing was going to stop Elizabeth Mathews from walking Duchesne’s Main Street Friday to show her support for law enforcement officers.
It’s been five years since Ogden police officer Jared Francom was shot and killed during a raid on a suspected drug house. Derek Draper was in that house during the shooting. During his first media interview Thursday, he talks about that night.
There’s a growing struggle in some communities to find volunteer firefighters willing to respond to the call. When that happens, fire departments often have to wait 20 minutes for help from other towns to arrive.
Gloria Steinem speaks at a rally at the Mike Weinholtz office in Salt Lake City on Friday, Oct. 21, 2016.
A Fountain Green girl who captured the hearts of people around the world in 2014 for a campaign to get her a “lifetime of Christmas cards” has died.
A 3-year-old boy who nearly drowned Wednesday at the American Fork pool is home from the hospital, and he has the quick action of his mother and two lifeguards to thank for saving his life.
The TSA is predicting that this summer will be the busiest ever at its security checkpoints, and getting through security, especially with babies and toddlers, can be a hassle. But the TSA has some helpful tips to make the process easier.
There are right answers, wrong answers and for some 200 Utah students, there are lost answers. What happened to their SAT exams? Nobody can find them, but test administrators are on the hunt.
A trooper who suffered a broken back following an accident that happened during a traffic stop has a message to drivers: Move over and slow down when you see law enforcement vehicles parked in the emergency lane with lights flashing.
The 2016 “Warriors Over the Wasatch” air show is set for June 25-26, and organizers say this year’s event promises to offer more than ever before.
Two Lone Peak police officers saved a woman who was stuck in the basement of a burning home Friday morning.
A cat, who is being called “Miss Kiss,” was shot with a 4-inch blow dart. It went through her head, but she survived. A veterinarian fears it was the second time someone had recently hit the cat with a dart.
The Ashley and Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forests have published a notice of intent to complete an Environmental Impact Statement evaluating domestic sheep grazing on 10 domestic sheep allotments encompassing about 160,000 acres.
Fallen officer’s widow Nannette Wride is upset that the name of her husband’s killer was read among those memorialized as victims of police brutality at a Utahns Against Police Brutality rally.
Jeff Powell from the Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake City demonstrates an air cannon to students from Mount Jordan Middle School as they tour museum demonstrations in the rotunda of the Capitol on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016.
Republican presidential candidates are in South Carolina for the state’s Feb. 20 primary. Donald Trump Jr. is in Salt Lake City and spoke about his father’s run for the GOP nomination.
An Apache helicopter pilot with the Utah National Guard has flown more hours in that craft than anybody in the world, and Friday, he took his final flight.