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Exclusive: One-on-one interview with new gubernatorial candidate for Phil Lyman’s campaign

It’s her first time running for a political position, but Natalie Clawson said her background in practicing law and studying politics has prepared her to serve.  
19 days ago

Democractic nominee for governor says Democrats feel isolated across the state

There are more than 230,000 active Democrats across the state and the Democratic Convention on Saturday brought many to Salt Lake City.  
26 days ago

Highest ranking Muslim in the U.S. visits Utah to help small businesses

Dilawar Syed, Deputy Administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration and the highest-ranking Muslim in the U.S. paid a visit to the Beehive State Tuesday.
1 month ago

Ambassador of Ukraine to U.S. meets with Utah state and church leaders

For the first time, the Ukrainian Ambassador to the US, paid the Beehive State a visit.
1 month ago

Two Dobermans missing for 11 days, reunited with North Ogden family

Two dogs that were missing for 11 days in northern Utah captured the attention of hundreds of people on social media and are now back home.
2 months ago

6 Olympians celebrate 2 Utah runners, the first Americans to qualify for Paris Olympic Marathon

A group of some of the most accomplished people in the world came together, celebrating two Utahns who became the first Americans to qualify for the Paris 2024 Olympic Marathon.
3 months ago

Alta interlodges as avalanche mitigation continued into Monday morning

The Town of Alta remained interlodged late into Sunday night due to the holiday snowstorm. 
4 months ago

Native American artists hope to pass their tradition on to future generations

Near the southern end of the Grand Canyon rests a trading post where you can find the work of Native American artisans, and if you’re lucky, you might catch the artist working there, too.
5 months ago

Longtime friend of Lt. Alkonis is thankful to have him back in the States

For the first time in years, Lt. Ridge Alkonis has returned to U.S. soil after a medical accident in Japan caused him to fatally strike two people while driving.
5 months ago

Fire displaces family of nine — what happened and how they’re moving forward

The charred remains of a house in Eagle Mountain serve as a reminder of what happened on Sunday.
5 months ago

Utah veteran honored for service at Pearl Harbor 82 years ago

A Utah WII veteran shares his experience of Pearl Harbor as he returned to the island to be honored for his duty to his country.
6 months ago

Consul general of Israel visits Utah, believes Beehive State can help Israel’s future

The Consul General of Israel, Israel Bachar, paid Utah leaders a visit this week, but his focus was not on the conflict alone.
6 months ago

First Chinese choir in Utah uses music to break cultural barriers

The Salt Lake Chinese Choir brings people together from Provo to Ogden, but their influence reaches farther than that. 
6 months ago

Utah Food Bank building 3 new locations to fight food inaccessibility on Navajo Reservation

For many, their dinner table may not look as full because there's a limited amount of grocery stores in their area and food can be hard to come by.
6 months ago

Utah community attends funeral services for President M. Russell Ballard

Those who walked Temple Square on Friday morning didn’t have to know President M. Russell Ballard personally to feel loved by him.  
6 months ago

60 years of friendship, Utah man remembers President M. Russell Ballard

When you’ve lived as long as Dale Tingey, you only remember what matters most.
6 months ago

Water project to bring running water to southern Utah community for the first time

A community in southern Utah has been living for years without running water. Last year, they integrated electricity into their homes, and now they face the challenge of designing a water line around some archaeological sites.
6 months ago

Giving machines provide opportunity for women in Tanzania

It’s that time of year, the season of giving and soon you’ll see the giving machines out and about.
7 months ago

Utahns build bridges with prayer even as conflict continues in Israel

As Utahns watch the conflict in Israel closely, some along the Wasatch Front have felt the need to seek unity.
7 months ago

Remembering Maj. Brent Taylor’s service, sacrifice on anniversary of his death

This week marks the fifth anniversary of Major Brent Taylor's death in Afghanistan. He was killed while on his fourth deployment.
7 months ago

State project translating immigrant graves in Salt Lake City Cemetery connects Utahns with history

There’s a lot of diversity in Utah’s history and one organization has set out to uncover it -- just in a different way than you might think. 
7 months ago

Landslide leaves southern Utah couple homeless

A sudden landslide in Southern Utah has left one couple homeless with no answers as to where they can go.  
7 months ago

USU Eastern professors show how drones can improve farming

Professors with Utah State University Eastern are trying something different. They’re using drones to help with farming and it's changing the world of agriculture.
7 months ago

High school students organize blood drive for 16-year-old in Murray

Students at Murray High School will gather at the Murray City Library on Friday, but they won’t be checking out books, instead, they’ll be giving. 
7 months ago