Utah lawmakers want to put a price tag on Utah's federally controlled lands and hand the government a bill for compensation. A legislative committee is poised to approve a request for bids to begin a pilot project study in Washington County.
One of the officers who was trying to arrest a wanted felon in downtown Salt Lake City last month was hit by the suspect's car prior to police fatally shooting the man, according to a newly released search warrant.
It’s been just over a week since Mayor Brent Taylor was killed while serving our country in Afghanistan. On Sunday night, the community of North Ogden rallied together for a special Veteran’s Day vigil in his honor.
A recent study examined emergency room visits and hospitalizations for heart and respiratory events and their link to air pollution in five major U.S. metropolitan areas over a multiple-year period. Secondary pollution was also deemed a culprit.
A record number of students earned college credit during high school this past year, saving $48.7 million in future college tuition costs, according to a new joint report by Utah's public education and higher education systems.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development this week announced incentives for four companies that could result in more than 2,100 jobs over the next two decades generating millions in state tax revenue and over $500 million in capital investment.
Students at a South Salt Lake junior high school got a firsthand lesson on the meaning of military sacrifice as they honored a group of fallen veterans who decades earlier had roamed the same halls and sat in the same classrooms as they do today.