Shara Park | posted 17 minutes ago
Residents in a Layton neighborhood are without power after a car crashed into a power pole.
Michael McCarlie, KSL.com Contributor | posted 31 minutes ago
John Hollenhorst | posted 55 minutes ago
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Ben Lockhart | posted May 5th - 11:59pm
Springville Police captured two Washington state sex offenders who were wanted parolees Tuesday night.
Dave McCann | posted May 5th - 10:29pm
Natalie Crofts | posted May 5th - 10:27pm
Nicole Vowell | posted May 5th - 10:26pm
Sydney Kener, 13, is in critical condition after police say a game of 'car surfing' went wrong.
Geoff Liesik | posted May 5th - 9:18pm
Officers negotiated with an armed man for nearly 50 minutes Sunday, and then used a Taser and special "less-than-lethal" shotgun rounds to try to subdue him before a Roosevelt police officer shot and killed the man, according to investigators.
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Sandra Yi | posted May 5th - 8:45pm
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted May 5th - 8:31pm
McKenzie Romero | posted May 5th - 8:28pm
Jed Boal | posted May 5th - 7:51pm
Sandra Olney | posted May 5th - 6:32pm
Each year, hundreds of refugees arrive in Utah anxious to call our state home. Learning the English language is one of their first goals, but it will not be easily met. It is, however, a challenge most refugees are committed to overcoming.
Pat Reavy | posted May 5th - 6:32pm
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted May 5th - 5:39pm
Provo's Rooftop Concert Series announced its first concert of the season Monday, as well as a location change, due to its popularity in the past six years.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue | posted May 5th - 5:37pm
An audit found the state of Utah is relying on inaccurate water data, using outdated basin plans and ignoring development of local water supplies when it projects the amount of water to meet demands of a population that will double by 2060.
Kaitlin Loukides | posted May 5th - 5:34pm
A family is grieving after a 3-year-old girl was hit and killed by an SUV following a family gathering Monday night.
Ben Dowsett | posted May 5th - 4:42pm
Tests have confirmed the finding of vesicular stomatitis, a virus in the same family as rabies, in one mule and potentially several other animals in Kane County, according to the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.
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