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.
Another round of storms made its way across Utah Sunday, resulting in flash floods and flooded streets.
July 2021 was the hottest month ever at the Salt Lake City International Airport, breaking a record previously set in July 2017.
A 25-year-old man died Sunday after being hit by a car on the Van Winkle Expressway.
A man died Sunday afternoon after a head-on collision on U.S 189 in Heber City.
A Utah Highway Patrol sergeant and several other people were hospitalized after a crash on I-215 Sunday morning.
In the end, it was a storybook ending with all the twists and turns of a movie. From being named an alternate to the team in 2016, to contracting COVID-19 and pneumonia as she made her comeback as the oldest gymnast in competition for the United States, to coming up just short of qualifying for the vault final, it was all part of the long journey to a remarkable finish to her career.
Before fans start fantasizing of Kawhi Leonard and Chris Paul — both turned down massive player options to become unrestricted free agents — setting up meetings with Utah, there's a caveat to all that: There are still cap rules to follow and the Jazz don't have any cap space.
Two months after playing to a 1-1 draw at Rio Tinto Stadium, Real Salt Lake and Houston Dynamo FC played to another tie — this one scoreless — Saturday night at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston.
Hill is locked in a race for starting quarterback, as the former BYU quarterback who spent much of his offseason in Utah and his native Pocatello, Idaho, competes with Jameis Winston to succeed one of the most legendary quarterbacks in New Orleans history.
Herriman native Rhyan White will leave Tokyo with a silver medal after the American women came in second in the 4X100 medley relay. White didn't swim in the final, where the U.S. was just out-touched by Australia at the end, but she swam in the qualifying race to earn a medal.