State water quality officials say algae in Farmington Bay is a different species from the one that shut down Utah Lake for nearly two weeks, but it potentially could carry the same health risks if exposed to similar conditions.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah is pushing back against the Drug Enforcement Administration in a lawsuit over whether investigators should have access to the state's prescription drug database without a warrant.
A Riverton woman who lost four children to cancer is facing her toughest battle yet: Doctors recently discovered nine of 11 family members have the same rare medical condition that often leads to the deadly disease.
Two weeks after an arsonist burned down 10 homes in Tooele, there are plenty of leads but no arrests. Volunteers from Utah and Idaho are helping fire victims clean up debris while police continue to search for the suspect.
The state has narrowed its search for the specific location of a new Utah State Prison to a single site within some 4,000 acres west of Salt Lake City International Airport already identified for the project.
The Utah Department of Transportation is using an innovative system of high-pressure water jets to refurbish bridge decks on the I-215 project. It's one of the first times UDOT has used the hydro demolition process to reconstruct a bridge deck.
Zika is now in the U.S., and there have already been eight cases in Utah. The doctor advising the U.S. Olympic Committee on keeping athletes safe from the virus in Rio says it's reason for concern, but not panic.