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New expansive construction plans for point of the mountain announced

Construction for a new living and working community is set to start in Draper where the state prison once stood at the point of the mountain. The new area will be known as The Point.
3 days ago

Herriman family displaced by house fire, grateful for neighbors and first responders for help

A family in Herriman is grateful to be alive after home caught fire early Saturday morning, but they're also grateful for the first responders and neighbors who have helped them in their time of need.
4 days ago

Pickleball community honor life of Utah man who died in Puerto Rico

Friends and family of a Utah man who was found dead in Puerto Rico earlier this fall came together to play a sport he loved most on Saturday, pickleball.
5 days ago

Slick conditions lead to over 100 crashes across the state, most in Utah County

The first snow of the season in the valley took place late Thanksgiving into the early morning hours of Black Friday causing slick driving conditions.
6 days ago

Highland High School raising funds for translation earbuds to help refugee students

Highland High has more than 400 refugee students all speaking up to 60 different languages. Now they're raising money to help them.
10 days ago

Utah groups advocate for safer roads, honor pedestrians hit and killed

Dozens of people gathered together for a special candlelight vigil Sunday in honor of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
11 days ago

Community groups create ‘9 Line Up’ campaign to help businesses on 900 South

Two community groups have joined forces to create a business awareness campaign, "9 Line Up," to help businesses impacted by construction on 900 South. 
12 days ago

Lehi Police open investigation into Utah-based Jane.com

Lehi Police are now investigating the Utah-based company Jane.com.
13 days ago

Sugar House ‘Christmas Street’ in jeopardy, residents raising funds to keep decades-old tradition going

For decades "Christmas Street" in Sugar House has been a tradition families can look forward to.
14 days ago

Bountiful food pantry in need of turkeys, other items before the Thanksgiving holiday

The Bountiful Community Pantry has become a lifeline for many families in the area, serving more than double the number of families this year compared to last.
17 days ago

Hundreds enjoy start of ski season, Solitude first resort to open

Hundreds of skiers and snowboarders alike waited in line, hopping on the ski lift one by one Sunday at Solitude Mountain Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon.
18 days ago

A 102-year-old WWII vet, BYU fan flips game coin at Veterans Day game

A 102-year-old World War II veteran, who happens to be one of BYU's biggest fans, was given the opportunity to flip the game coin during Saturday's Veterans Day home game.
19 days ago

CDL instructor explains safety steps before trips after Tooele’s semitruck crash

The aftermath of the fiery semi-truck in Tooele on Friday continues to raise multiple questions including safety concerns in the trucking industry.
24 days ago

Family of nine displaced after roof collapses in Bountiful house fire

A family of nine has been displaced after their home caught fire Saturday night in Bountiful.
25 days ago

Family identifies brother, sister killed in separate pedestrian crashes in St. George

The family of the brother and sister killed in St. George this week is in a state of disbelief, mourning the loss of the two who were killed after almost identical crashes.
26 days ago

Businesses worry about impact of 900 South construction

Phase two of the 900 South Construction Project is nearing completion but frustrations are mounting for business owners along the street.
28 days ago

Fans of ‘Friends’ sitcom remember actor Matthew Perry

Fans visiting the Friends Experience on Sunday reflect on the life of actor Matthew Perry, who died Saturday.
1 month ago

West Valley City neighbors continue Halloween display with goal of raising food for Utah Food Bank

A group of neighbors in West Valley City have been turning their front lawns into a spooky experience during the Halloween season and are also doing it for a good cause.
1 month ago

What to know if you plan on attending ‘College GameDay’

Utah is in the national spotlight as ESPN's College GameDay makes it's return to University of Utah campus.
1 month ago

Salt Lake City Police Chief says homeless resource center squads are making a difference

Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown highlighted positive improvements since the inception of the Homeless Resources Center Squads during a news conference on Thursday.
1 month ago

West Valley City business burglarized on five separate occasions in six months

A business owner in West Valley City said he feels violated after he and his business partners have been burglarized on five separate occasions.
1 month ago

Conservation group challenging mountain lion hunting law, argue animals could go extinct

Wildlife conservation groups are hoping to overturn a new state law that allows year-round mountain lion hunting and trapping, raising concerns about the potential extinction of Utah's mountain lions.
1 month ago

Utah high school football coach retires, celebrates final postseason

The Alta High School football coach is hanging up his whistle after 35 years of coaching.
1 month ago

‘Fiercely caring:’ Taylorsville High School mourns the loss of principal

The Taylorsville High School community is in mourning after hearing their beloved principal died late Wednesday.
1 month ago