Each one of the 70 custom ornaments on Farmington Station's Christmas tree bears the name of a victim of a DUI crash in Utah during the last five years. At Tuesday's unveiling, one of those families shared their story in hopes of preventing another tragedy.
Jed Boal | posted Dec 4th - 10:32pm
After a recent rise in pedestrian fatalities, UDOT came across portable safety signs for school zone crossings. Salt Lake City is using them now. Other districts will follow.
KSL.com | posted Dec 3rd - 6:58am
Everything changed for a Delta High basketball player and his family when he chose not to buckle up one night in 2010. Now his parents are sharing his story in hopes that their message will be heard on the Road to Zero Fatalities.
Jordan Ormond | posted Nov 29th - 10:42pm
A 20-year-old woman died Saturday and several other people were injured in a car crash at the intersection of Redwood Road and Bangerter Highway. Witnesses told police the woman ran a red light.
Alex Cabrero | posted Nov 29th - 7:34pm
A West Valley woman who lost her son in a tragic accident two years ago hopes new sign placed at the location of the car crash will remind other drivers to buckle up and be safe.
Geoff Liesik | posted Nov 22nd - 10:36pm
A Uintah County man suffered severe facial injuries early Saturday morning in a crash where troopers believe alcohol use was a factor.
Keith McCord | posted Nov 21st - 9:21pm
Most drivers know the usual safety tips for holiday travel: go the speed limit, don't drink or text and drive, and wear your seat belt. But do you know which of these tips is most important, even when you're following all the other rules of safe driving?
McKenzie Romero | posted Nov 17th - 10:06pm
The Utah Highway Patrol is still worried an increased speed limit on the Wasatch Front could lead to more accidents, but troopers are preparing for the change anyway.
Jed Boal | posted Nov 3rd - 11:00pm
In Utah, there are three times as many bike fatalities after sunset as there are in the daylight, and a coalition of transportation organizations is working to change that.
Mike Anderson | posted Nov 3rd - 9:21pm
Investigators say Kalin Menlove-McGinnis had only three hours of sleep in three days before he caused a crash that killed a Cache County man.
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