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South Salt Lake police honor, remember officer killed 5 years ago in line of duty

Five years ago, David Romrell, a Marine and South Salt Lake police officer, was killed in the line of duty. On Friday, he was remembered as his memory and legacy lives on.
4 days ago

Salt Lake City Mission provides Thanksgiving meals in 30-year tradition

On Thursday the Salt Lake City Mission served hundreds of meals to those in need on Thanksgiving.
5 days ago

Salt Lake airport is ready for one of the year’s busiest travel days

One of the busiest travel days of the year is in full swing heading into Thanksgiving at Salt Lake City International Airport.
6 days ago

With several big races up for grabs, Utah voters head to the polls

Voters around Utah will have a say in several key races on Election Day.
7 days ago

More fast charging sites for electric vehicles are coming to the state

On Tuesday, the Utah Department of Transportation announced 15 new fast charging sites will be coming to the state. That doubles the number of fast charging sites in the state.
14 days ago

SLCPD welcomes new officers

The Salt Lake City Police Department graduated several new officers Thursday.
19 days ago

Ogden woman trains for New York City Marathon in honor of her dad

An Ogden runner has been lacing up her shoes for months with her eyes on the New York City Marathon.
19 days ago

Salt Lake City Int’l Airport celebrates construction milestone

The Salt Lake City International Airport is celebrating Tuesday the completion of Phase Two to Concourse A East by bringing in more gates and concessions for passengers.
28 days ago

Excitement abounds as Utah Jazz open historic 50th season this evening

The Utah Jazz will open the 2023-24 season Wednesday evening as they host the Sacramento Kings at 7 p.m. And there is plenty of excitement going around as the season rapidly approaches. 
1 month ago

Gov. Cox, first lady Abby Cox hold annual summit for mental health of children

Gov. Spencer Cox and first lady Abby Cox held an annual summit Tuesday addressing mental health of children.
1 month ago

Bull-rider lucky to be alive after fall

A cowboy from Tooele is lucky to be alive after riding a bull Saturday when things went south.
1 month ago

Four pedestrians hit in two days on Utah roads, what you can do to stay safe

Four pedestrians have been hit by cars in two days. Here's what you need to know about pedestrian safety on Utah roads.
1 month ago

Utah woman’s journey to resiliency after traumatic brain injury

In 2018, Jenny Groberg, a wife, mom and business owner, slipped and hit her head, suffering a traumatic brain injury.
2 months ago

Police keeping close eye on Temple Har Shalom after recent bomb threats

Multiple Jewish centers in Utah are on high alert after receiving bomb threats over the weekend.
2 months ago

Bagel store ditches tipping, sees increased support for business

One business owner is taking tipping out of the equation and says her business is growing because of it.
2 months ago

Silicon Slopes Tech Summit event kicks off

On Wednesday, thousands of people gathered in Salt Lake City to network and learn more about the tech industry at this year’s Silicon Slopes Summit.
2 months ago

Families welcome home Utah National Guard Soldiers

Approximately 45 soldiers from the Utah Army National Guard are coming home from being deployed overseas.
2 months ago

Some Lincoln Elementary teachers earn $7,000 bonuses

Teachers are some of the hardest workers out there, but they do not always get the recognition or compensation some say they deserve. 
2 months ago

This is The Place Heritage Park honors one of the first female doctors in Utah with a statue

A statue of one of the first female doctors in Utah was dedicated at "This is The Place Heritage Park."
2 months ago

Kids of all abilities participate in Canyons School District fun run

On Friday morning, dozens of students laced up their shoes in Park Lane Elementary School’s annual fun run which encourages all abilities to hit the course.
2 months ago

Family remembers grandpa killed in 1980 cold case: ‘We’re pleading for help’

Salt Lake City Police Department is asking for tips to help solve a decades-long homicide.
3 months ago

SLC School District looking at 7 elementary schools for possible closures

The Salt Lake City School District is currently studying seven elementary schools for potential closure.
3 months ago

Students visit ‘Weber Remembers 9/11’ project

This Monday will mark 21 years since the 9/11 attacks that changed the United States of America.
3 months ago

Snowbasin Resort is upgrading parking, ski lifts, and accessibility

Snowbasin Resort is beginning to make some much needed upgrades for its 23-24 winter season.
3 months ago