Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press | Posted
May 24th - 2:47pm
Prosecutors will ask a judge Wednesday to toss a lawsuit from two men who claim they were falsely labeled as gang members under a now-defunct injunction that they say violated their rights by making it a crime for gang members to be seen together.
A group of moms at Highland High School wanted to volunteer their time, but they were surprised by the principal’s assignment: he wanted them to help the growing number of refugee and immigrant students.
Two people were in custody and two others still at large Wednesday as Salt Lake police continued their investigation into a stolen 800-pound statue of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young sitting on a park bench.
Several national parks are expecting huge crowds for Memorial Day weekend, and as more people head outdoors, Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining officials are giving reminders to watch out for abandoned mines.
Scott Sonner, Associated Press | Posted
May 24th - 7:49am
An 18-month investigation into big game poaching in northeast Nevada has netted three convictions on charges ranging from the illegal killing of three trophy elk to interfering with state investigators.
Hundreds of scientists, regulators, water managers and other experts met Tuesday at the Utah Valley Convention Center in the first ever summit dedicated to all things Utah Lake, including its nutrient challenges and value as a recreational asset.