In case you forgot, professional athletes are just like the rest of us in their love for the game, work ethic — and unbridled passion for great hamburgers. Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin proved that this week.
A Wasatch County man who was once a candidate for Congress and an aide to the former governor of Missouri has pleaded no-contest to two misdemeanors in a case filed under Utah's commercial terrorism law.
Labor Day weekend ends what officials call the 100 deadliest days on Utah roads. There have been 172 traffic deaths in 2015, so far, with a handful of Utah roads sharing a large portion of those fatalities.
Family members of a man shot and killed by a Spanish Fork police officer say they were faced with a dangerous ultimatum when he threatened suicide: Do nothing and risk him harming himself, or call police and leave him to face criminal charges.
The City Council again has delayed a discussion on a proposal that could change the way things are done in West Jordan. One member claims residents misunderstand how local government is set up, giving the mayor more power than he can claim.