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2 people killed in West Valley City car accident

Two people were killed when their passenger car collided with a semitruck late Wednesday night in West Valley City.
2 days ago

Brine shrimp cyst collection at Great Salt Lake up over 50%. Is the berm to thank?

About 29 million pounds of brine shrimp cysts were harvested at the lake this past season, a huge increase from the year before.
9 days ago

In lawsuit, family alleges Delta overserved alcohol to man who hit, killed wife

A lawsuit alleges that Delta employees overserved a man who later struck and killed his wife with his car.
12 days ago

BYU study shows women feel unsafe walking in the dark

The BYU walking study of 600 college-age women and men found women tend to be more aware of their surroundings than men.
17 days ago

Why AP called the Nevada GOP primary for ‘None of these candidates’

The Associated Press declared "None of these candidates" the winner at 12:01 a.m. based on initial vote results.
18 days ago

Police looking for ATM thieves in West Valley

Police are looking for ATM thieves that stole a machine from a West Valley City Maverick on Tuesday morning. Police say they were driving a silver Ford F-150.
19 days ago

Utah ends the year with low unemployment

The state of Utah added 34,700 jobs since November 2022. The state's current job count stands at 1,744,100 jobs.
1 month ago

Weather delaying school start times Wednesday morning

Wintery weather delaying some schools by two hours. Box Elder School District opting for an online learning day.
1 month ago

Snowmobiler killed in accident with semi truck near Strawberry Reservoir

A group of snowmobilers were crossing the road Sunday night when one was hit by a semitruck, killing the driver.
1 month ago

Driver flees scene of alleged road rage crash in SLC

An alleged road rage crash happened in Salt Lake City, the driver suspected of causing the crash fled the scene.
2 months ago

Green Party of Utah secures ballot access for upcoming election

The Green Party of Utah gathered over 2,000 signatures and achieved ballot access. The party will appear on the 2024 and 2026 ballots.
2 months ago

Utah’s November unemployment holds steady

Utah ends the year with a pretty steady rate of 2.8% unemployment rate. Nate McDonald says overall, Utah is ending the year strong.
2 months ago

Auto-pedestrian crash kills woman in South Weber

A woman was killed in an auto-pedestrian crash on Tuesday night. Authorities say she was walking on US-89 when she was hit.
2 months ago

Bonneville Elementary community spreads messages of love after hate crime vandalism

After Bonneville Elementary was targeted with hate-filled graffiti over the weekend, the community and the students show messages of love.
2 months ago

Bomb threats received at several Utah schools deemed not credible

Bomb threats were sent via email to multiple schools throughout Utah and other states Friday morning but are being called hoaxes.
2 months ago

Weber County Sheriff’s Office seeks help locating robbery suspects

The Weber County Sheriff's Office is seeking help locating suspects who robbed a Cal Ranch store and struck an employee with their vehicle.
2 months ago

Morning storm brings snow for some Utah commuters

A Friday morning storm brought some snow for the morning commute. The drive home this evening looks much better.
3 months ago

How the Festival of Trees embodies hope and healing for a domestic violence survivor

Tamra Rachol, a domestic violence survivor, views the Festival of Trees as an opportunity to bring hope and attention to important issues.
3 months ago

UTA’s Ski Bus service starts this weekend for Salt Lake County

Skiers and snowboarders in Salt Lake County will have access up Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons on the Ski Bus starting this Sunday.
3 months ago

Man accused of stalking Gov. Cox, vandalizing campaign office

Samuel Golster Zun, 26, of Highland Park, Illinois, was charged Monday with causing property damage, a third-degree felony; and stalking.
3 months ago

Study shines more light on toxins in Great Salt Lake dust

Research group claims the lake’s sediment could cause neural disease, but local scientist raises concerns over research methods.
3 months ago

Utah sees slight uptick in October unemployment

The job market in Utah is starting to cool. The unemployment increased slightly to 2.7% last month.
3 months ago

Some Utah Starbucks locations join nationwide strike

Local Starbucks baristas are participating in a nationwide strike against the coffee chain demanding better staffing and schedules.
3 months ago

Great Salt Lake rally brings Native and youth voices to Utah’s Capitol Hill

Barring another unusually wet winter, Great Salt Lake is expected to reach a new low next summer, further shrinking important wetland habitat.
3 months ago