Intermountain Healthcare doctors turn to genetic testing to treat cancer patients. They are also relying on almost 5 million tissue samples, stored in a basement facility, dating back to 1975, to help unlock future targeted cancer treatments.
As classmates he injured in a violent attack told a judge of their healing and forgiveness, the 16-year-old boy who attempted to kill them said he was in disbelief at their mercy Thursday as he was sentenced to prison.
A former West Jordan police sergeant would readily give up the nearly $3 million a federal jury awarded him Wednesday to not have gone through years of hell for raising sexual harassment allegations against his superiors.
It was standing room only as Yasaman Keshavarz stood with her husband and other immigrants, repeating the words of an oath that pledged them to defend the Constitution, the nation and renounce their citizenship in their home countries.
Gov. Gary Herbert called on Utah residents Thursday to practice diligence and common sense in the wake of a fire season that is quickly escalating across the state. Herbert recently toured the Brian Head fire.
The family of a 7-year-old boy who drowned at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center in 2014 won a lawsuit against the town's parks and recreation service in December. Since then, the center has been working to ensure the tragedy never repeats.