Police are asking for the public's help to
identify two men who robbed a Subway restaurant
Hunt for missing jet widens to distant waters
Authorities are expanding their search for a
missing Malaysia Airlines plane to the Malacca
Strait, far from its last confirmed location,
the airline said Tuesday.
iPhone helps save Utah soldier's life
A Utah soldier who says his iPhone helped save
him from a suicide bomb wants to thank Apple,
but he also wants a new phone.
Stolen passports a problem worldwide, expert says
The missing Malaysia Airlines flight has
highlighted a worldwide problem that may or may
not have to do with the disappearance of the
aircraft: stolen passports.
Cougars outlast Dons 79-77 in WCC semifinals
Tyler Haws overcame a rough shooting night to
score eight of his 24 points in overtime,
helping BYU outlast San Francisco 79-77 in the
West Coast Tournament semifinals Monday night.
Propane leak triggers home explosion
A home was declared a total loss after a gas leak caused an explosion.
Identity thieves steal money through tax returns
While there are a million reasons to
procrastinate filing your taxes,
there is one very good reason you may want to
hurry and get it done.
It has become a race between you and identity
thieves, and the winner
gets the cash.
Historic Star Mill owner loses court battle; future of mill in question
The owner of the Star Mill recently lost a
legal battle that requires him to sell the
property to a developer. Now the future of the
American Fork landmark is in question.
Budget deal means no money for Lockhart's education technology initiative
There is no money for House Speaker Becky
Lockhart's education technology initiative in
the budget deal worked out over the weekend
with Senate leaders that moved forward Monday
in the Legislature.
Korver, Millsap lead Hawks past Jazz
The Jazz rallied back, but couldn't close the win against returning Paul
Millsap and the Hawks, falling 112-110.
Progress made on new Hope Lodge for cancer patients
Hope is a very important word for cancer
patients, and soon they will
have a new place to stay with a loved one while
treatments and recovery.
Divers hope to find stolen dinosaur footprint still intact
A dinosaur footprints pried out of the ground
near Moab may still be intact, despite having
been dumped in the Colorado River, according to
a paleontologist with the Bureau of Land
Hundreds of Utah school buses adding to air pollution in the state
Of Utah's 2,821 public school buses, 1,000 have
been retrofitted for cleaner emission. But the
state Office of Education reports that 739
buses built before 2001 don't qualify for
upgrades, which means they don't meet standards
set by the EPA.
Bodybuilders mourn death of Utah 'Mr. Olympia'
Bodybuilders around the world mourned the loss
of a Utah man who
many considered a legend.
Larry Scott was the first ever Mr. Olympia, and
he went on to hold
many other titles during his career.
Edward Snowden speaks at SXSW, calls for public oversight of US spy programs
In a rare public talk via the Web, fugitive NSA
leaker Edward Snowden urged a tech conference
audience Monday to help "fix" the U.S.
government's surveillance of its citizens.
Pistorius murder trial moves into 2nd week
A security guard who says he spoke with Oscar Pistorius soon after the fatal shooting of Reeva Steenkamp was continuing his testimony at the double-amputee athlete's murder trial on Monday.
Investigators chase 'every angle' in missing jet
Rescue helicopters and ships searching for a
Malaysia Airlines jet rushed Monday to
investigate a yellow object that looked like a
life raft. It turned out to be moss-covered
Utah teen rises to modeling fame after being scouted at track meet
What does it take to become a top model?
Contrary to what you might think, a reality
show is not the answer. A Utah modeling scout
and agent gives the details on where she finds
her faces and what it takes to make it to the
Doctors try new shunt-free treatment at Primary Children's Hospital
Doctors at Primary Children's Hospital are
using a new technique to
drain excess spinal fluid from children with
2 hit-and-runs, a spike strip and a pit maneuver later, police stop BMW driver
A driver was transported to Mountain View Hospital Monday afternoon after police say he hit two vehicles and then fled from pursuing law enforcement officers.
'We're not going to stop', say parents of Annie Kasprzak
Tuesday marks the second anniversary of the discovery of the body of
15-year-old Anne Kasprzak in the Jordan River.
ATV driver killed in accident identified
One person is dead after a crash early Monday morning involving an
ATV and at least one pickup truck on U.S. 40 in Duchesne County.
Police looking for man who robbed SLC pharmacy
Police are looking for a man accused of jumping over a pharmacy
counter and demanding Oxycontin last month.
Report: Commuter rail ridership doubles in Utah
A report released Monday showed ridership among Utah's commuter rail lines doubled last year — the largest such hike in the nation. FrontRunner ridership rose 103 percent in 2013, according to information from the American Public Transportation.
Man charged in sex trafficking ring now facing dozens of felonies
Several additional charges were filed Monday against the man prosecutors believe masterminded a drug and human trafficking ring in Utah involving teenage boys.
'Noah' banned in 3 countries
The Russell Crowe led film recounts the story of Noah in the book of
Genesis in the Old Testament, and countries like Qatar, United Arab
Emirates and Bahrain have already notified Paramount Pictures that
they will not release the film.
Judge sentences former therapist to 1 to 15 years in prison for sex abuse
A Centerville therapist convicted of sexually abusing a 16-year-old female client was sentenced to prison Monday.
5 Reasons to watch 'Once Upon A Time'
This family friendly show deserves your time. Here's why.
Partial Medicaid expansion plan passes, other happenings on the hill
Utah lawmakers passed several bills on Monday,
including a bill to create a statewide student
safety tip line and a bill to give tax credits
to employers who hire homeless people.