Newly released 911 calls paint a picture of the Brian Head forest fire's early moments before it became the largest in the nation, consuming nearly 85 square miles and forcing evacuations of 600 homes.
Nearly 1,000 testimonials and more than 5,000 petition signatures opposing the Better Care Reconciliation Act were submitted to members of Sen. Orrin Hatch's staff on Wednesday in a plea for the lawmaker to re-evaluate the bill's merits.
Three teenage boys accused of running over a West Valley police officer with a stolen car, killing him, pleaded guilty to their roles in his death — one to murder, one to manslaughter and one to other charges related to the incident.
Newly announced Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz, who steps down as a Utah congressman Friday, said he also has an agreement to write a book and plans to work as a consultant for technology firms in Washington, D.C.
In the never-ending feud over public lands in Utah, cowboys and ranchers are usually on the other side of the fence from environmentalists. So it might come as a surprise to hear that a pretty little flower has brought the warring parties together.
Roughly 150 first responders from several agencies conducted a terrorism response drill Wednesday on the Ogden FrontRunner platform. The drill helped agencies coordinate their responses and work together to improve readiness for real-life scenarios.
A West Jordan woman was killed Wednesday when a witness said a man walked up to her vehicle while she was stopped at an intersection and shot her through the window. The incident marks the fourth domestic murder-suicide in Utah just this month.
Nearly two-thirds of Utahns say they are "not very loyal" to the Republican or Democratic parties and would consider voting for a candidate from the recently created United Utah Party, a new poll found.