Biskupski proposes new energy efficiency and air quality ordinance
In efforts to pursue cost-effective measures to reduce air pollution, Mayor Jackie Biskupski offered Tuesday for City Council consideration an energy benchmarking and tune-up ordinance for large commercial buildings.
Pat Reavy | Posted Jan 18th - 7:53am
Sentencing for a man convicted of killing a South Salt Lake woman in 2015 was delayed Tuesday because a presentence report wasn't done properly.
The Associated Press | Posted Jan 18th - 7:22am
Police say donations and well-wishes have poured in for a 12-year-old boy whose mother was arrested after he was found locked in a filthy bathroom and dangerously malnourished.
Ben Lockhart | Posted Jan 18th - 6:57am
Four men were federally indicted Tuesday in a series of Salt Lake County business robberies in September, including one in which police reported a shot was fired at an employee.
Debbie Dujanovic | Posted Jan 17th - 11:54pm
It's been a year since Unified Police officer Doug Barney was shot and killed in the line of duty by a parolee. For the first time, federal prosecutors, agents and detectives are revealing how the gun made its way to the killer.
Xoel Cardenas | Posted Jan 17th - 11:25pm
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir will perform “America, the Beautiful” at the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump on Friday, the Deseret News reported Tuesday night.
Ben Lockhart | Posted Jan 17th - 11:19pm
A pilot suffered minor injuries in a crash landing Tuesday near the border of Juab and Tooele counties, police confirmed.
Marjorie Cortez | Posted Jan 17th - 10:57pm
Parents packed a meeting of the Canyons School District Board of Education Tuesday night to urge the board to permit daily schedules that encourage arts education and other electives in the face of new state course requirements.
Katie McKellar | Posted Jan 17th - 10:42pm
Salt Lake City Councilwoman Lisa Adams fears the $7 million cost of the controversial Sugar House homeless resource site may cause Utah lawmakers to hesitate on granting the second tier of $27 million in state funding for homelessness this year.
Mike Anderson | Posted Jan 17th - 9:07pm
Researchers at the Huntsman Cancer Institute say a protein discovered in elephants appears to attack and destroy cancer cells found in humans.
Sam Penrod | Posted Jan 17th - 8:25pm
Orem City police say most of their school crossing guards are reliable and consistent and have been on the job for years, but they're having a difficult time filling a few spots in the city.
Jasen Lee | Posted Jan 17th - 7:35pm
Park City Transit on Tuesday announced the purchase of six new zero-emission, all-electric buses for use in the public transportation system beginning this spring.
McKenzie Romero and Ladd Egan | Posted Jan 17th - 7:02pm
The attorney for a woman accused of locking her son in a bathroom as he wasted down to only 30 pounds says the mother's story is not what it appears, and he believes the boy's father was likely aware of what was happening.
Ben Lockhart and Nicole Vowell | Posted Jan 17th - 6:50pm
A woman was hospitalized in serious condition and one man was taken into custody following a shooting Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Michelle L. Price, Associated Press | Posted Jan 17th - 6:30pm
Almost 150 years after the Transcontinental Railroad was completed in northern Utah, some of the state's top business leaders said Tuesday that building another major junction here — an inland port — could provide a major boost to the local ec
Caitlin Burchill | Posted Jan 17th - 5:48pm
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality has released updated recess guidance for bad air days. The new recommendations have been sent to all the elementary schools in the state.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue | Posted Jan 17th - 5:43pm
Clean air advocacy groups unveiled a 19-point plan to tackle one of the state's most pressing problems: air pollution. The plan includes proposals for mandating statewide emissions testing, more transit funding and tighter industry regulations.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Jan 17th - 5:42pm
A teenage boy accused of murdering and raping his 12-year-old neighbor in 2015 will remain in juvenile detention as efforts are made to prepare him to face the charges in court, according to a hearing Tuesday.
Faith Heaton Jolley | Posted Jan 17th - 5:37pm
An elderly man who was critically injured in an auto-pedestrian accident Monday evening has since died from his injuries, police said.
- Middle school schedule change limiting arts education at some Utah schools
- Over a dozen American Fork High students raise money to attend presidential inauguration
- Preschooler dazzles librarians by reading 1,000 books by age 4
- Logan High granted school attendance waiver due to snow, ongoing renovation