Primary Children's Hospital gets 10 out of 10 ranking by US News & World Report
Pat Reavy | Posted Jun 27th - 7:04pm
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McKenzie Romero | Posted Jun 27th - 4:49pm
Mary Dalrymple | Posted Jun 27th - 3:49pm
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Camilla Stimpson | Posted Jun 27th - 1:59pm
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McKenzie Romero | Posted Jun 27th - 1:06pm
The estranged husband of restaurateur John Williams pleaded guilty Tuesday to trapping the prominent Salt Lake man in his home and setting it ablaze, killing him.
Pat Reavy | Posted Jun 27th - 12:16pm
Three Ephraim police officers, or 60 percent of the department, say they will resign effective 8:30 p.m. Wednesday if Chief Ron Rasmussen is reinstated.
Josh Furlong | Posted Jun 27th - 10:47am
The iconic blue PepsiCo branding will get an unprecedented change when the University of Utah switches from Coca Cola to PepsiCo as the official beverage provider for the university this week.
Pat Reavy, Annie Knox | Posted Jun 27th - 9:37am
Some of Utah's Republican elected officials Monday blamed federal land managers and environmental groups for the rapid spread of a Utah wildfire that is currently the nation's largest and has caused an estimated $10 million in damage.
Carter Williams | Posted Jun 26th - 10:36pm
Residents of Upper Bear Valley were evacuated Monday morning as forecasted winds are projected to move the Brian Head Fire toward the area northwest of Panguitch, officials said.
Annie Knox | Posted Jun 26th - 10:25pm
Family members of embattled Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott are seeking legal permission to make decisions for him.
Andrew Adams | Posted Jun 26th - 10:23pm
As firefighters across the state warned of the potential hazards of fireworks that are improperly handled and ignited, a woman cautioned families Monday that the risks extend beyond those to land and property.
Marjorie Cortez | Posted Jun 26th - 9:39pm
Six parents, on behalf of their high-school age daughters, have filed a lawsuit against the Granite, Canyons and Jordan school districts seeking all-girls football team, claiming the districts discriminate on the basis of sex.
- Lawmakers labor to clean up state education code with 90-plus more bills in pipeline
- More than 1,400 sign online petition urging reprieve for charter school for teen moms
- STEM Best Practices Conference attracts hundreds from all over the state
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