A second audit of Utah Inland Port Authority practices emphasizes again that it should adjust its contract agreement policy after a $2 million contract didn’t go through a bidding process.
The Utah Transit Authority is again planning to shift around some bus service frequencies and services amid a growing shortage of drivers.
The Utah STEM Action Center hosted its annual STEM Fest where thousands of Utah students met with exhibitors and learned about career opportunities in STEM fields.
By defining itself as a vested mining use, Draper says Geneva Rock sidestepped oversight from officials who have clashed with the company in recent years.
Eighteen-year-old Zachary Snarr was the victim of a random shooting in Salt Lake City in 1996.
Utah health officials reported 2,487 new COVID-19 cases over the past week and 12 additional deaths. They also announced the state surpassed 5,000 deaths as of Thursday.
The field of 5,703 designs submitted to potentially replace Utah’s state flag has officially been whittled down to 20.
Tech company Rasa Legal launched a new web app Wednesday to give Utahns an easy and affordable way to determine their eligibility to potentially expunge their criminal records.
The now-president of the Utah Inland Port Authority said Wednesday he will retire at the end of October.
UDOT’s recommendation was the result of years of deliberation over how to improve transportation up Little Cottonwood Canyon.
The Great Salt Lake is in danger of disappearing. Here’s the history of how it became part of Utah.
Many people living on the streets have experienced some form of sexual trauma. Instead of looking away, how can we help?
If approved, it would not impact the light rail service that runs through the street or vehicle traffic that crosses Main Street downtown.
Even though meteorological fall starts Thursday, temperatures across the valley could be 10 to 15 degrees above normal into the weekend.
Salt Lake police will patrol the routes students take to and from Backman Elementary School, Mary W. Jackson Elementary School and the Horizonte Instruction and Training Center.
A new community garden in Salt Lake City was years in the making. City leaders hope more are on the way.
The new convention hotel’s opening will officially mark the end of a building nearly two decades in the making.
The Utah Department of Corrections has hit a snag in its new inmate prescription program, causing a backlog of thousands of prescriptions that have yet to be filled, officials say.
The fight over mining in the canyon took another twist with the state’s decision.
The Utah-based Cold Case Coalition is connecting cold case murders related to freight trains, and some line up with a serial killer’s patterns.
Utah’s water goes to all sorts of places, from farms to drinking water, lawns and industrial uses. But what about the water cleaning vehicles?
The Other Side Academy and Salt Lake City leaders unveiled what would be the village’s first tiny homes — if the project wins approval from the Salt Lake City Council.
Utah public transit ridership has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels. But the S-Line is suddenly bucking all the trends.
Harrison has accepted a leadership position to run a health care platform business for General Catalyst. The Intermountain Healthcare board said that it plans to conduct a national search for a replacement and will soon name an interim president and CEO.
The new Aline W. Skaggs Wild Utah native animal exhibit will be named for the late animal-loving philanthropist.
The Granite Education Foundation operates seven food pantries across the Granite School District and 28 schools have some sort of food program. The district houses more than 64,000 students, 54% of whom live at or below the poverty level.
From restructuring the century-old leasing system for oil production on public lands, to dumping more money into National Forest management, here’s how the sweeping bill will impact the West.
Teenager accidentally shot while sitting in the front passenger seat of a car by a boy who was in the back seat playing with a gun, Sandy police said.
Thousands trapped in Death Valley National Park, dozens rescued from flooding highway in Denver, one dies in New Mexico and Utah shatters daily rainfall record.
The proposal would mark a fundamental change to recreation in the Wasatch Mountains.
Longtime Utah state Sen. Gene Davis has been placed on temporary leave after a former intern alleged in a social media post he sexually harassed her.
Since the new airport opened in 2020, many have vented about the distance between concourses.
Utah’s steep decline mirrors data from the Intermountain West and Pacific regions that experienced the largest declines, according to a new report.
At the top of Redfin’s list are housing “hot spots” where Americans relocated after remote work set them free.
Shawn Moriarty, of Magna, was driving to work on May 24. The next thing he remembers is “waking up in the hospital, feeling this intense amount of pain over the entire front of my body.”
The West Nile virus has now been found in three counties in Utah this summer.
Last year was the deadliest year on Utah roads since 2002, and there have already been 18 traffic-related deaths in Salt Lake City this year — at least half of which have involved pedestrians.
Just before the department began transferring inmates, KSL.com took an extensive inside tour of the new prison. Here’s what it’s like inside.
Gov. Spencer Cox and Abby Cox led Texas longhorns, cowboys and cowgirls through Salt Lake City in the first of many Pioneer Day events.
Five years after the century-old Granite High School building was torn down, a new public library emerged in its place.
The Federal Reserve’s war on inflation and higher mortgage interest rates have hit Utah’s Wasatch Front housing market — hard.
Utah’s reservoir system is collectively at 57% of its capacity, but why is it that some of Utah’s reservoirs are bordering on empty while others are flourishing? It all depends on snowpack, the reservoir’s size and consumption.
As the U.S. housing market has seen record home prices, rent prices have soared too — just not at the same clip.
Put your seatbelt on. Utah and the rest of the West are in store for extreme weather events this week from scorching heat to flash flooding.