Make Your Week: Strangers pay for each other’s lunch, other feel-good stories
With overcast skies and rain in the forecast, some may be feeling the Monday blues a bit more than usual.
Dennis Romboy | Posted Apr 24th - 10:47am
Several federal and state agencies will hold free seminars to teach people how recognize and avoid financial fraud, which authorities say is an epidemic in Utah.
Carter Williams | Posted Apr 24th - 9:51am
Daggett County Sheriff Jerry R. Jorgensen resigned Sunday after six years, county officials said Monday.
Alex Riggins, Times-News | Posted Apr 24th - 9:28am
A Utah man engaged in a road-rage dispute with an Oregon couple ran the couple’s SUV off the road, then tried unsuccessfully to get into the SUV where the injured couple was trapped after rolling several times, police said.
Linda Williams | Posted Apr 24th - 7:45am
Police have released the name of a woman who drowned Sunday while trying to rescue her dogs from a cold, fast-moving creek in Tanner Park.
Sean Walker and Yvette Cruz | Posted Apr 24th - 7:38am
Here are 10 stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
Sam Penrod | Posted Apr 23rd - 10:57pm
A temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in France is a dream come true for French Mormons, who have waited decades for a house of worship in their country.
Ray Boone | Posted Apr 23rd - 10:28pm
In between taking her kids to dental appointments and soccer games, Dr. Denise Stephens found the time to help her students discover a new planet, 1300 light years away.
Joseph Witham, St. George News | Posted Apr 23rd - 8:58pm
A motorcyclist who a witness estimated to be going 140 mph died Saturday afternoon after striking a guardrail and crashing in the Virgin River Gorge.
Dennis Romboy | Posted Apr 23rd - 8:24pm
A 58-year-old woman drowned Sunday in a cold, fast-moving creek in Tanner Park while trying to rescue her dogs.
Art Raymond | Posted Apr 23rd - 7:46pm
In just its first two years, the Utah Aerospace Pathways program has found great success in connecting Utah high school students with good paying, sustainable employment in the state's growing advanced manufacturing sector.
Michelle L. Price - Associated Press | Posted Apr 23rd - 6:02pm
Job applicants who've been convicted of a crime won't have to disclose their criminal record before some job interviews under a new Utah law aiming to help convicts find work after prison.
Yvette Cruz | Posted Apr 23rd - 5:29pm
Police are trying to locate a vehicle that was seen on surveillance video near 3200 S. 900 West, where a man was shot and killed on Easter Sunday.
Freeman Stevenson | Posted Apr 23rd - 1:20pm
One man was taken to the hospital with a minor gunshot wound after a shooting in Salt Lake City on Sunday.
Freeman Stevenson | Posted Apr 23rd - 11:02am
Riley Hancey, who was denied a lung transplant from the University of Utah after traces of marijuana were found in his system, has died after complications from surgery in Philadelphia.
Jasen Lee | Posted Apr 23rd - 8:49am
The Tax Foundation reported Tuesday that Americans work nearly five months a year to earn enough to cover the state, local and federal taxes owed collectively. Nationally, Tax Freedom Day falls on April 23, while in Utah, Tax Freedom Day is April 21.
Yvette Cruz | Posted Apr 22nd - 10:52pm
A motorcyclist participating in a fundraiser ride Saturday morning was killed after colliding with an SUV, according to Saratoga Springs police.
Wendy Leonard | Posted Apr 22nd - 10:51pm
Seismologists say a minor earthquake shook an area in southeastern Utah late Friday night, but no damage or injury was reported.
Ryan Morgan | Posted Apr 22nd - 10:06pm
Homeowners in Sandy were able to evacuate from their burning home after neighbors warned them of a fire.
KSL.com | Posted Apr 22nd - 9:34pm
Bela Perkins shows her father trash she picked up from the beaches of Utah Lake as a part of an Earth Day project in Vineyard on Saturday.
Alex Cabrero | Posted Apr 22nd - 9:02pm
It’s no secret the riding trails in Moab are busy year-round. But on Saturday, one trail was busier than it normally is and there’s a good reason why.
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- Majority of Granite school patrons support tax hike for building needs, poll shows
- Volunteers, Fidelity employees help revitalize Utah's oldest school
- After-school programs make a difference for kids and community, group says