04/22/2014 7:29amA study shows Utah the No. 2 spot in the country for its "sprawl rate" from 2002-2010 and was in the No. 7 spot over the last 28 years for how much land was paved over for growth. The report highlights the losses of farmland, pastures and forests.
04/22/2014 8:01amFor a moment there is silence in the tent where bodies from the ferry disaster are brought for identification. Then the anguished cries begin.
04/22/2014 8:26amProvo police have identified one of the bodies found in Provo Canyon over the weekend as 41- year-old Jakub Gorowski.
04/22/2014 8:48amThe Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.
04/22/2014 9:27amA student at Provo High School shot himself while on campus Monday but survived with minimal injuries.
04/22/2014 9:56amFireworks are fantastic and human endeavor has its place, but sometimes Mother Nature outshines any performance we can produce.
04/22/2014 10:09amPlant a tree or hug a tree — these programs and events will help you celebrate Earth Day by teaching and entertaining.
04/22/2014 10:20amThe Democratic Party has asked 15 mayors to submit formal bids to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
04/22/2014 10:35amExperts and parents shed some light on the dark side of sibling rivalry. It can help kids learn skills and strengthen bonds, or it can tear families apart.
04/22/2014 10:41amIn his new book, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens calls for no fewer than six changes to the Constitution, two of which are directly related to guns. Others would abolish the death penalty, make it easier to limit spending on elections and rein in partisan drawing of electoral districts.
04/22/2014 11:01amAs cyclist Nate Aikele approached the final turn at The Driveway Series race last Thursday, he looked over his shoulder to gauge his first- place lead. It wasn't the first time he was slated to win, but some fear this will have been his last.
04/22/2014 11:08amAnnual passes to museums, zoos and parks can be a great money saver and provide extra benefits at your favorite destinations - but only if you actually use them. Here are five questions you should ask before you buy.
04/22/2014 11:17amThe 2013 fertilizer plant blast that killed 15 people and wounded another 226 in West, Texas, "should never have occurred," the chairman of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board said Tuesday.
04/22/2014 11:30amTwo men were threatened with a knife when they asked another man to leave their property Sunday, police said.
04/22/2014 11:48amThe University of Utah hopes to spotlight the benefits of renewable energy with its launch of a community solar program. In doing so, the university becomes the first in the country to get in on a program to offer discounts for the community.
04/22/2014 11:59amNetflix subscribers may have to fork out $1 to $2 more per month if they want to keep feeding their video-streaming addiction in the near future.
04/22/2014 12:46pmColombia's anti-narcotics police force says it arrested five foreigners and five Colombians trying to smuggle cocaine through Bogota's international airport during Holy Week.
04/22/2014 1:51pmNew effective knee replacement procedure that relieves knee pain and restores function for activities such as walking, golfing, hiking, biking and skiing.
04/22/2014 2:17pmAn old adage tells people to "put your money where your mouth is." Well, you really shouldn't.
04/22/2014 2:22pmSound Spotlight: Kenz Hall, who recently released an EP and is taking on as many gigs as her adoring audiences will attend.
04/22/2014 2:34pmIt's Earth Day, which means it's time to reflect on what we're doing to keep our planet beautiful. Many movies even remind us of this, but some movies just want to watch the world burn. So, here are five movies that don't care that
04/22/2014 3:10pmThis week's user photos include: crane falls on building, a four car accident near downtown Salt Lake, a truck in a canal, strong winds in Provo and multiple fires in Utah county that gave residents quite a scare.
04/22/2014 4:04pmStudent loan borrowers are suddenly being thrown into default when the co-signer on their loan — often a parent or grandparent — dies or files for bankruptcy.
04/22/2014 4:21pmGrappling with fast-changing technology, Supreme Court justices debated Tuesday whether they can protect the copyrights of TV broadcasters to the shows they send out without strangling innovations in the use of the internet.
04/22/2014 5:36pmA Fort Duchesne man already sentenced to federal prison for beating his girlfriend with a ceramic mug admitted Tuesday that he also tried to strangle the woman.
04/22/2014 6:25pmThe defense team for a man shot and killed in federal court Monday had tried to prevent the witness whom their client attacked from testifying during the trial, saying he had a "personal bias" against Siala Angilau.
04/22/2014 6:43pmPolice chase two suspects in a stolen car more than 90 miles from Summit County to Weber County before they are tracked by the UHP helicopter and arrested in Farr West.
04/22/2014 7:08pmA Utah man decided to take on a personal venture to travel for a year across the U.S. and compile video and pictures of all the LDS temples.
04/22/2014 7:17pmA Utah County family wants the state's Safe Haven law to get more attention, especially after a Pleasant Grove woman is accused of killing six of her newborn children.
04/22/2014 7:31pmWhen is the best time to leave your home when a disaster is eminent? These guidelines will be helpful the next time a disaster threatens to strike your neighborhood.
04/22/2014 7:41pmCrews put out three fires in Provo early Tuesday morning. Investigators believe all three were intentionally set and follow a pattern of recent fires.
04/22/2014 7:44pmBoxes containing files with clients' Social Security numbers and bank account information were found dumped outside a Holladay office building.
04/22/2014 7:45pmThe Salt Lake County Jail was placed under lockdown after an inmate assaulted a correctional officer Monday afternoon.
04/22/2014 8:07pmUtah is facing more drought conditions this summer, and Tuesday night the American Fork City Council will vote on restrictions for outside watering.
04/22/2014 8:37pmJust like when you become a parent, there is no written manual on how to get pregnant. These are the most common misconceptions infertility specialists hear during patient appointments.
04/22/2014 8:46pmSiale Angilau wore number 65 as an all-region football player at East High School in 2005. Two years later, the Utah state prison listed him as inmate number 173338.
04/22/2014 9:07pmAfter May Bradley lost her daughter to suicide, she found comfort in sharing her story and hearing the experiences of others in a peer-led support group. Now, she has started the first peer-led group in Salt Lake City.
04/22/2014 9:34pmUsing a compelling data set, journalists Katty Kay and Claire Shipman argue in The Atlantic that women don't ask for raises, promotions or the like because they don't think they deserve it. Men, they said, attribute their own success to themse
04/22/2014 11:01pmMore than 130 airmen from the 388th Fighter Wing and Air Force Reserve 419th Fighter Wing were welcomed home by friends and family Tuesday.
04/22/2014 11:33pmStrong winds Tuesday afternoon caused injuries and damage to power lines, trees and other structures along the Wasatch Front.
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