Police release names of officers involved in Saratoga Springs shooting
The Saratoga Springs Police Department released Friday the names of two officers involved in a shooting that killed 22-year-old Darrien Hunt last week. Hunt's family continues to accuse the department of racial profiling
School bus driver saves child, then killed during safety drill
An Ohio school bus driver is being hailed as a hero after tossing a child out of the way of a rolling bus Tuesday morning before the vehicle rolled over the driver herself and she was killed.
Utah man rides giant pumpkin down the Colorado River
A filmmaker has been following the Utah Giant Pumpkin Growers for more than a year. The documentary debuts Saturday, Sept. 20, at Thanksgiving Point.
Fence-jumper makes it into the White House
A man jumped over the fence of the White House on Friday and made it through the front door before officers managed to apprehend him, just minutes after President Barack Obama had departed, the Secret Service said.
Tanker tip causes traffic delays in Layton
A tanker carrying hydrofluorosilicic acid — the solution put in drinking water to fluoridate the water — went off the road near Hill Air Force Base, tipping the truck and its tank.
NAACP talks training, transparency and use of force with 10 Utah police agencies
When it comes to policing in Utah, several law enforcement leaders and members of the NAACP see eye to eye on many issues.
Honor Flight participants touched, honored by experience
Sixty-five World War II vets visited their memorial in Washington D.C. The journey fortified their patriotism, but also stirred pain inside.
5 reasons homes aren't what they used to be
Homes have changed a lot in the last few decades—often losing a sense of history and culture. Here a few reasons they aren't what they used to be.
Opinion: When running is easier than not running
Sure, long-distance running is hard. It requires time and physical and mental effort. It hurts, but you can stop when you want to stop. You are in control, or should be. There is always a finish line and a sense of accomplishment. And when that gift is taken away, it can be devastating.
Artisan shaved-ice stand looks to go mobile
The inspiration for Yuki came to Dan Purdon while he was on vacation in Kyoto, Japan.
Martin MacNeill gets up to life in wife's murder
Seven years after over-medicating his wife and drowning her in a bathtub, Martin MacNeill was given the maximum sentence possible in his case and will likely die in prison.
Mitt Romney to campaign for Mia Love
Mitt Romney will campaign in Utah next month for Mia Love, the Republican candidate for the 4th District congressional seat now held by retiring Rep. Jim Matheson, D-Utah.
After vote to stay in UK, Scots must heal divide
Following a long night that brought floods of relief for some and bitter disappointment for others, Scotland awoke with a hangover Friday after voting to reject independence.
Myton chief on leave amid allegations; break-in reported at accuser's home
Myton Police Chief Thomas Wade Butterfield was placed on paid administrative leave Thursday. The decision by the Myton City Council came two days after Butterfield was charged with stalking three women.
Florida town knew shooter had troubled past
Most people in this rural, north Florida community seemed to know about the Spirit family's troubled and tragic past.
Prep football, Week 5 scores
Check back here for the latest scores from all the week 5 prep football games across the state.
2 women arrested in alleged home invasion, attack
Two women were arrested after police say they dressed in black, invaded a home and attacked residents.
Review: Larger iPhones eliminate reason to switch
It's easy to dismiss Apple's new iPhones as merely catching up to Android.
Eye-popping street art, and how it broke free of the banks
In 2007, when former headhunter Kristian Jeffrey was between jobs, he received an interesting request. "I was asked to put ads on the pavement in front of (real) estate agents' offices," he said.
As open enrollment nears, Obamacare website still isn't totally safe
Healthcare.gov still isn't as safe as it should be, and the annual open enrollment period starts again in just two months.
Woman turns herself in for hit-and-run
After police released video surveillance of a hit-and-run, a woman contacted police and turned herself in on Thursday.
Ig Nobel winner: Using pork to stop nosebleeds
There's some truth to the effectiveness of folk remedies and old wives' tales when it comes to serious medical issues, according to findings by a team from Detroit Medical Center.
Ringmaster talks about September circus
Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey isn't just in the business of entertainment. The circus is also "memory peddlers," according to its ringmaster.
Obama, celebrities, launch new effort combating sexual assault at colleges
On Friday, the White House launched "It's On Us" — a campaign aimed at combating sexual assault plaguing universities across the country.
Police seek men 'loading truck with bikes'
Police are investigating recent reports of a truck being loaded with stolen bikes during early morning hours.
NASA tech finds disaster survivors
Each time your heart beats, your entire body moves -- even if you're unconscious and pinned under a pile of rubble.
Ultra runners arrive in Kanab for 170-mile race
107 elite runners went to Kanab to compete in the third annual Grand to Grand Ultra, a 170-mile race that spans six days. The race starts at the Grand Canyon and finishes at Bryce Canyon.
BYU electric car breaks 200 mph, beats record
An electric car built by engineering students at Brigham Young University beat its previous land speed record during test runs in September.
Next week's Weber-SUU rivalry game has story lines for all fan bases
The Weber State-Southern Utah football rivalry features story lines to interest each major fan base in Utah.