Elizabeth Weiler

Humane Society of Utah says shelters are full, adoptions are needed

The Humane Society of Utah says their shelters are filling up, especially with large breed dogs and puppies.
15 hours ago

Centerville Police restate “guardian over warrior” mantra

"Our role in Centerville and in policing in general ... is as a Guardian instead of the Warrior" Sgt. Dingman said. "The relationships we build with the community and how they are treated by our officers is still a priority."
2 days ago

Two employees found unconscious at Northrop Grumman, died later at hospital

Two employees who were reported unconscious at Northrop Grumman Space Systems on Monday later died at a hospital.
2 days ago

Head on collision reported, State Route 73 closure

SALT LAKE CITY — Police are reporting a head-on collision resulting in life flight assistance.  Spencer Cannon with Utah County Sheriff’s office said the collision occurred at SR 73 just east of Eagle Mountain Boulevard.  Cannon said the highway will likely be shut down for at least half an hour.  This is an ongoing story […]
3 days ago

South Jordan could see new housing development

Amid Utah's housing crisis, developers are taking advantage of over 200,000 acres in South Jordan for a new housing community.
3 days ago

Barrett Strong, Motown singer and songwriter, dead at 81

   (CNN) — Barrett Strong, the voice and songwriter behind Motown Records’ first hit, has died, according to a post from The Motown Museum. He was 81. “It is with great sadness that we share the passing of legendary @classicmotown singer and songwriter Barrett Strong. The voice behind @motownrecords’ first hit, the iconic “Money (That’s What […]
3 days ago

Why is there an increase of wildlife in SLC neighborhoods?

If you've seen an increase of wildlife in your neighborhoods, you're not the only one. Weather patterns are putting animals on the move.
3 days ago

UTA board looks at FrontRunner expansion in Utah County

Utah County is the fastest growing county in the state so UTA is considering a number of expansions to their current FrontRunner and bus lines. 
7 days ago

Herd of elk pushed away from I-80 and moved back into mountains

The animals had moved down the mountain looking for food according to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
7 days ago

Bystander finds dead body in Salt Lake foothills above Beck Street

Salt Lake City police said the body was found in a limestone kiln in the foothills above Beck Street.
8 days ago

SafeUT app helps save 14-year-old from kidnapper

SafeUT, the app that was designed for Utahns to instantly receive help, is proving successful after an incident over the weekend. 
10 days ago

Longest morning commutes: Where does Salt Lake City rank?

A new study suggests that commutes in Salt Lake City take significant time from Utahn's lives annually. Is SLC in the top 15?
14 days ago

Davis County offering free mental health screening event for teens

The free event will allow Parents and their teens in 7th through 12th grade to check in with a mental health professional in person.
15 days ago

Utah lawmakers speak on this session’s agenda

The Utah legislature is back in session and lawmakers are looking forward to addressing problems related to drought, housing, and Utah's abortion law.
15 days ago

SLCPD Bike Squad wins annual NCAAP award

Today, the Salt Lake branch of the NAACP awarded the First Responder Award to the Salt Lake City Police Department’s Liberty Bike Squad.
17 days ago

First Black student at BYU walked the halls over eight decades ago

The first black student at BYU was actually a master's student named Norman Wilson studying agricultural economics.
17 days ago

Ski Utah announces additional powder alert for the season

With a snowstorm ahead, Ski Utah has announced the second powder alert of the season with heavy snow totals in a majority of Utah.
17 days ago

Public input on UDOT’s I-15 project ends at midnight

UDOT is looking for input from the public on their next planned expansion project on I-15 and you have until midnight to submit it.
20 days ago

‘On my watch we are not allowing the lake to go dry,’ Utah’s governor says of Great Salt Lake

This article is published through The Great Salt Lake Collaborative: A Solutions Journalism Initiative, a partnership of news, education and media organizations that aims to inform readers about the Great Salt Lake. SALT LAKE CITY –Governor Spencer Cox said he will not let the Great Salt Lake go dry, pledging new measures to prop it […]
20 days ago

Granite School District and West Valley Police partner to train for active shooter scenarios

While no students were in the classrooms today, The Granite School District and West Valley Police were using the school to train for an active shooter.
21 days ago

Choice in education; where does legislation stand after the pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic required a shift in education and its accessibility. Now, post-pandemic-peak, parents are considering options and asking questions about education legislation. 
21 days ago

Utah Debate Commission investigation results: Lee vs McMullin debate

After a debate between Sen. Lee and Evan McMullin, questions about fairness led to an investigation by the Utah Debate Commission. 
23 days ago

UTA bus and dump truck crash in North Salt Lake, no injuries reported

On the corner of Orchard Dr. a dump truck was allegedly turning from Eaglewood and side-swiped into the bus. 
27 days ago

House to hold 12th vote in longest speaker contest in 164 years

Originally Published: 06 JAN 23 05:07 ET Updated: 06 JAN 23 12:57 ET By Clare Foran, Manu Raju, Annie Grayer, Melanie Zanona and Lauren Fox, CNN     (CNN) — Kevin McCarthy is locked in a fight for his political future as the California Republican attempts to win the votes he needs to become speaker of the […]
27 days ago