SALT LAKE CITY — Here are 10 stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
Search crews are organizing one last volunteer push in an effort to find 66-year-old Ray Humpherys who did not return to his campsite near Hidden Lake in Summit County on Wednesday evening.
Heavy rains on Sunday caused the Strawberry River to jump its banks, forcing officials to close a nearby road and save about 50 people who were stranded by the fast-moving flood water.
One man is dead and another wounded after the victim was targeted by a shooter during a sacrament meeting Sunday in an LDS meetinghouse in Fallon, Nevada.
A feud between a man and his grandmother over his girlfriend staying at the grandmother's home exploded into violence that ultimately led to him taking dozens of people hostage inside a Los Angeles supermarket Saturday afternoon.
Alex Hidalgo, 37, was arrested early Sunday morning in connection with the death of his infant son after the child was found in a trash can with stab wounds to his neck on Friday, police confirmed.
BYU is coming off its worst season since 1955, but change is in sight for the Cougar football program that went 4-9 a year ago.
New offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes is bringing a culture of accountability to the program after its uncharacteristic year in 2017, and a new offensive staff that includes former Utah offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick at quarterbacks coach has brought a new wave to Provo.
Damir Kreilach and Joao Plata each scored a first-half goal before Real Salt Lake settled disappointedly for a 2-2 draw with Colorado in the second leg of the Rocky Mountain Cup rivalry series Saturday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Goalkeeper Nicole Barnhart earned her first shutout in a home kit on the Wasatch Front, and Utah Royals FC held on for a scoreless draw against league-leading North Carolina Courage Friday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Stop if you’ve heard this before: a Jimmer Fredette-led basketball team is headed to the Round of 16 of a national tournament.
Amid so much chaos — seven players atop the leaderboard, six of them still tied on the back nine — Molinari played a steady hand by going the entire weekend without a bogey and finishing with a 5-foot birdie putt that secured his place in history as Italy's first major champion.