Celeste Tholen Rosenlof | posted 52 minutes ago
Alex Cabrero | posted Mar 8th - 6:40pm
A dive team in Grand County is searching the Colorado River for a stolen dinosaur track.
Wendy Leonard | posted Mar 8th - 6:02pm
Martha Ostergar | posted Mar 8th - 5:42pm
The man killed in an avalanche in Summit County Friday evening has been identified.
Ashley Kewish | posted Mar 8th - 5:30pm
A Uintah beauty queen plans to open a rehab center, hoping to make getting addiction help easier in Eastern Utah.
Katia Hetter, CNN | posted Mar 8th - 4:48pm
Alex Cabrero | posted Mar 8th - 3:01pm
An Army veteran in need of money for a new roof left his house Friday morning and returned to find a brand new roof installed by complete strangers from the surrounding community.
Tracie Snowder | posted Mar 8th - 1:46pm
Police have identified a man suspected of robbing a Wells Fargo Bank early Friday morning.
Dennis Romboy | posted Mar 8th - 1:21pm
Peter Rosen | posted Mar 8th - 12:45pm
Jasen Lee | posted Mar 8th - 12:20pm
McKenzie Romero | posted Mar 8th - 10:48am
Pat Reavy | posted Mar 8th - 9:57am
Lisa Riley Roche and Richard Piatt | posted Mar 7th - 11:01pm
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Mar 7th - 10:44pm
A man buried by an avalanche in Summit County died Friday evening.
Candice Madsen and Lori Prichard | posted Mar 7th - 10:29pm
Kathryn and Kurt Brown felt they were meant to have a baby of their own, so they tirelessly pursued their options until Kathryn got pregnant.
Madeleine Brown | posted Mar 7th - 9:26pm
A bill to regulate the sale of electronic cigarettes in Utah was shelved by a Senate committee Friday, leaving the state lawmaker behind the effort "perplexed."
Martha Ostergar | posted Mar 7th - 9:09pm
Two adults and three children were involved in a rollover accident, but no one received major injuries, police say.
Nkoyo Iyamba and Viviane Vo-duc | posted Mar 7th - 8:41pm
Itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, a runny nose and even eye swelling all are allergy symptoms. And for many people will allergies, the suffering started a little sooner than usual this year.
Geoff Liesik | posted Mar 7th - 7:38pm
A federal judge has ruled that a Ute tribal member was not murdered by a police officer, as attorneys for his family have claimed, but died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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