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The heat is coming; safety officials urge public to never leave children in vehicles

Intermountain Primary Children's Michelle Jamison asks parents and the public in general to help if encounter children in vehicles.
3 days ago

Expungement clinic held today in Salt Lake City in honor of Juneteenth

Clean Slate Utah and the NAACP Utah is holding a free Juneteenth expungement clinic today.
7 days ago

New facility in Millcreek gives young adults a new beginning

Salt Lake County Youth Services opened a new facility. The new facility in Millcreek is the largest they have to date, with an additional 18 beds.
11 days ago

Stealing campaign signs could get you a misdemeanor charge

Police say stealing campaign signs from your neighbor's lawn could cost you a misdemeanor, or even the right to vote.
11 days ago

New bill would honor fallen Santaquin Sgt. Bill Hooser

A new bill would honor fallen Santaquin officer, Sgt. Bill Hooser, by naming the city's post office after him.
12 days ago

Renovation managers give updates on Salt Lake Temple

Managers involved with the Salt Lake Temple renovations have provided updates on the project, after four and a half years of construction.
14 days ago

Maloy and Jenkins face-off in debate for 2nd Congressional District seat

The debate foe the 2nd Congressional District seat was the first of many over the next few days as election season kicks off.
15 days ago

Community rallies around Redwood Drive-In Theater

A developer has petitioned West Valley City to rezone the land under a local theater and swap meet. Locals want to prevent that, like they did 3 years ago.
21 days ago

Utah teacher working to help international student stay in the US

A West Jordan High teacher has set up a fundraiser so a student can stay and live the American dream of high school.
21 days ago

Team from Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind competing in 48-hour row race

In a display of determination, students from Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind will compete in a 48-hour row race in Washington.
25 days ago

Could West Valley Performing Arts stay open? Vote will decide

Advocates fighting to keep West Valley Performing Arts Center open say there is hope now that the city council has agreed to hold a vote.
25 days ago

Helitack crew on the recue to stop wildfires

Diamond Fork Helitack, name of the crew will help this summer with wildfires and transporting equipment and supplies for firefighters on the ground.
26 days ago

SLC residents gather outside East High to highlight need for new high school

Students and families staged a walkout from East High to demonstrate the need for a new high school west of I-15.
27 days ago

Utah teachers union files lawsuit against scholarship/voucher program

The Utah Education Association says the Utah Education Fits All scholarship is unconstitutional.
27 days ago

Gov. Cox, Utah Foster Care calls on Utah to step up and become foster parents

Utah is facing its lowest number of foster families in 25 years. So Gov. Cox issued a call to action.
28 days ago

In time for Memorial Day, volunteers plant flags to honor fallen Utah veterans

With the power of over 200 youth volunteers, thousands of veterans' graves have a flag planted in their honor this Memorial Day.
1 month ago

West Jordan Middle School opens the Lion’s Mane barbershop

The low-cost Lion's Mane barbershop will help provide haircuts to the community and experience for student barbers.
1 month ago

Jordan School District teacher of the year surprised by school, family

Majestic Elementary sixth-grade teacher Angus Douglas was surprised to be awarded teacher of the year for the entire Jordan School District
1 month ago

Social workers with Salt Lake Police Department are responding to more callers than ever

The Community Connection Center social workers who work with the Salt Lake Police Department are getting an increase in mental health-related calls, as a result they have grown their team to able to respond to more.
1 month ago

U.S. Census Bureau ranks Utah number 1 in housing growth for third year in a row

Census data ranks Utah at the top for housing growth three years in a row. Utah's housing units have increased by 2.5%.
1 month ago

New Americans International Market offers space for newly settled Americans to share culture and connect

The New Americans International Market at Millcreek Common is helping new refugees and immigrants connect with the community.
1 month ago

UDOT to close Bangerter Highway at 9800 South for weekend

The construction on Bangerter at 9800 South will close six blocks of the highway in both directions.
1 month ago

Historic Heber theater gets a new lease on life

The Ideal Playhouse Theater in Heber, that was on the verge of closing, is now getting a fresh start.
1 month ago

Is chronic absenteeism in students as bad as we think it is?

Chronic absenteeism in students has been a rising issue in schools, but is it as bad as we've heard it is?
2 months ago