SALT LAKE CITY — Here are 10 stories you may have missed over the weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
About 100 people, many sporting bright orange, came together in Salt Lake City Saturday afternoon to remember those killed and injured by gun violence and encourage tougher laws to prevent such deaths.
Three people were arrested Saturday in connection with a Wednesday shooting that left one man dead and another man injured, police said.
Federal officials are warning consumers to avoid certain brands of frozen berries sold at Kroger and other grocery stores over fears of Hepatitis A virus contamination.
Though campaigning began long ago, the official makeup of the Salt Lake City mayor's race is now final.
Utah park officials invited people to a beach on the lake's south end Saturday in an attempt to set the world record for the largest number of people floating together, unassisted, in a line at one time. The lake's high salinity makes it easy to float on the water.
Rask made 28 saves, Marchand had a goal and an assist, and the Bruins beat the St. Louis Blues 5-1 on Sunday night to even the bruising, physical final at three games apiece.
It was another busy day at Zion’s Bank Basketball Center as the Utah Jazz continue to do the groundwork for the 2019 NBA Draft. And with just a dozen days remaining until draft night, things are beginning to come into focus.
Six Royals will feature for their respective international squads over the next month, including three from the United States.
Brenna Porter, Erica Birk-Jarvis, Whittni Orton and Anna Camp all earned All-American status to lift the BYU women's track and field team to a 25th-place finish at the NCAA national meet Saturday in Austin, Texas.
Los Angeles Angels pitcher and former MLB All-Star Matt Harvey struggled in his rehab start for the Salt Lake Bees against Round Rock, surrendering 8 runs on 8 hits in 2 2/3 innings at Smith's Ballpark.