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.
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.
Even though meteorological fall starts Thursday, temperatures across the valley could be 10 to 15 degrees above normal into the weekend.
A former assistant Utah attorney general who worked in the Child Protection Division has been arrested in Utah County and accused of possessing child pornography.
A panel of scientific experts from across Utah met Tuesday to discuss what’s wrong with the lake and how those issues can be addressed.
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.
The free mentoring program for Latina youth has grown from a monthlong program to serve 145 girls throughout the school year.
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.
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.
Utah’s steep decline mirrors data from the Intermountain West and Pacific regions that experienced the largest declines, according to a new report.
Just before midnight Monday, flames became visible inside the Orem temple, which is currently under construction, according to church spokesman Doug Andersen.
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.
Almost all of Utah’s fire starts between Friday and Sunday were caused by human activity, according to Utah Gov. Spencer Cox.
The daily limit that of fish an angler can catch is being increased at five different lakes or reservoirs across Utah because of low water levels.
A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute poll found three-fourths of Utahns say three times a week or less is enough.
How Utah’s lone school district police department is prepared to handle a school shooting
The Census Bureau released new demographic data from its 2021 population estimate, finding that Utah is still the “youngest” state in the nation and slowly becoming more diverse.
The Relief Society sisters owned the Ephraim Granary to sell grain, eggs, quilts and to give to the poor.
The bill would impose fines on campaigns if one or more of signs have to be removed from public property.
A reporter for the far-right activist group Project Veritas posed as campaign volunteer in a hidden camera conversation with a Curtis campaign field director.
Incumbent Republicans involved in primary elections have large leads in two Utah congressional districts, a new poll shows.
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox said Thursday he’s grateful the state hasn’t seen a mass school shooting, but believes the Legislature should “keep an open mind” on gun laws to help prevent potential shootings.
Juneteenth — the anniversary of the last slaves to be freed — was first celebrated 156 years ago, but this year’s celebrations have a different meaning in Utah.
The men were members of a white nationalist organization called Patriot Front, and traveled to Idaho from at least 10 different states, including Utah.
From how to register if you’re an unaffiliated voter to our coverage of the debates, here are five things to know ahead of the June 2022 GOP primaries.
BYU professor figures out what sets a Utah name apart from the rest of U.S.
The ongoing tension between the Utah County sheriff and the Utah County attorney seems to have reached a boiling point.
GOP candidate Jake Hunsaker says the incumbent is “acting as a coward” for not debating.
How can Utahns know if they’re overwatering their lawns? “Flip a coin,” says BYU professor Rob Sowby.
For the normally quiet community of Springville, the incident marks the city’s third homicide and fourth death in a week due to gun violence.
Bob Smith and his son, Jared, handcrafted Uncle Bob’s Butter Country syrup that can be found at a supermarket near you.
Many began to pay tribute Thursday to a Springville High School teenager who police say was shot by her ex-boyfriend Wednesday and is not expected to survive.
Officer Trent Halladay died of cancer after being exposed to meth labs on the job.
Odin Ratliff and Hunter Jackson, both 3, died when a car being driven by a 25-year-old left the neighboring private road, crashed through a fence and hit the boys, leaving a trail of destruction that stretched nearly 350 feet.
SeekXR, an augmented reality company based in Lehi, is aiming to use its 3D imaging company to bring companies into the metaverse using its tech.
The Utah County Sheriff’s Office announced Sunday that one of four people killed in a Saturday plane crash near Cedar City was a longtime deputy with the department.
The longtime ally of former President Donald Trump told the crowd that the battle over the future of the United States is “between light and dark.”
A small flock of chickens in Utah County are Utah’s first confirmed cases of the highly pathogenic avian influenza.
A recent undercover operation in Utah County aimed at combating human sex trafficking resulted in 21 arrests and three women being rescued, according to the sheriff’s office.
The ladder revolution Hal Wing started is in good hands with his son Art
Mountain Ridge Junior High choir teacher Alec Powell was named to a national list recognizing music educators who are making a difference by strengthening music programs.