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3 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Police say Joaquin Gonzalez had just left a movie and gotten into his car when a complete stranger stabbed him to death.
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6 hrs ago | News Observer
But the team of Duke researchers – whose methods involved painstaking, one-by-one examination of perhaps thousands of mutations in the genes of the individual patients – needed something more in the unique case of tiny Bertrand Might: a father who is unusually skilled with social media.
11 hrs ago | KSL-TV
A portion of the Salt Lake City School District lies in what administrators call a "food desert," where the closest stores are convenience stores and it is somewhat difficult for families to get to a supermarket to buy food.
12 hrs ago | KSL-TV
A group of lawmakers and policymakers from eight Western states joined forces Friday in an all-day summit in Salt Lake City to declare "enough is enough" against the federal government when it comes to management of public lands.
16 hrs ago | KSL-TV
Officials say a worker was injured when a flash fire ignited at a Malad City white pumice extraction and refining facility.
19 hrs ago | Deseret News
In this file photo, Bingham's Daniel Palepoi , left, Harvey Langi , center, and Baker Pritchard , right, celebrate their 5A state title over Fremont High School at Rice Eccles Stadium on the campus of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Friday, Nov., 19, 2010.
Sporting a fuzzy, pink mustache on her car's front bumper for the first time, Angie Palmer can't help but share her excitement.
Salt Lake City native and mother of two Megan Moore said she has been doing hair for a long time.
Leaders of a national atheist group say the best spot to find a nonbeliever is in a place of faith.
UTA has been expanding its train and bus services so rapidly, Salt Lake City may eventually become a car-less commuter city like Washington, D.C., or New York City.
When Peter Tolman was 14, he visited Guatemala to distribute eyeglasses as part of his Eagle Scout project.
First-graders, from left, Parker Robinson, Kamdyn Tebbs, Aidan Williams, Landon Visser and Jaxxlyn Bird come out from under their desks at Silver Crest Elementary School during an earthquake drill as part of the Great Utah Shakeout in Herriman on Thursday, April 17, 2014.
I still have my first record purchase, from 1986: Run-D.M.C.'s "You Be Illin'" single on 12-inch vinyl.
Change out that winter coat for a pair of flip flops, spring is in full swing. The change in weather makes this a favorite time of year for many Utahns.
With smog keeping children indoors during winter months, the area's reputation for healthy outdoor living could be on the line.