Karah Brackin

‘Becoming Outdoor Women’ aims to empower Utah women with outdoor skills

Through “Becoming Outdoor Women,” a nonprofit educational program new to the state, the goal is for Utah women to develop confidence in those skills and, in turn, themselves.
3 days ago

Orem Fire Department gets new tiller truck

The Orem Fire Department brought on a new addition to its fleet that firefighters say will help save lives.
7 days ago

Utah receives $10.8 million for Opioid crisis

In an effort to fight the opioid crisis, The Biden-Harris Administration is divvying up 1.5 billion dollars to all states and territories. 
7 days ago

Sen. Grover proposes bill to help with potential split from Alpine School District

A Utah state senator is pushing to clarify what it would mean for families and the community if Orem decides to part ways with the Alpine School District.
9 days ago

Bountiful school installs new water system after lead scare

Over the summer, St. Olaf Catholic School tested its drinking water as they do every year. This time, though, tests came back showing signs of lead in the water.
10 days ago

BYU students respond to Oregon game chant

Over the weekend, Brigham Young University took on the University of Oregon in an away game, but the home team's chants are the main focus.
11 days ago

SBA head visits Utah to discuss local small businesses, post-pandemic growth

On Friday, Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Association, made her way to Utah as part of a nationwide tour.
14 days ago

Group works to build largest blanket fort for Utah boy with leukemia

Community members, companies, and organizations have come together in Lehi Thursday for multiple good causes. The goal is to break a Guinness World Record by building the largest blanket fort in history.
15 days ago

‘Home Away From Home’ program underway at the U

With the semester underway, the University of Utah is connecting alumni faculty and staff in the area who have extra room in their home with students who need housing. It’s called the "Home Away From Home" Program. 
16 days ago

Saving water and money with xeriscaping

Xeriscaping is an alternative that will last throughout this heat wave and beyond. It also takes significantly less water.
21 days ago

‘Davis Remembers’ 9/11 memorial exhibit opens for 21st anniversary

This year will mark the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, and the Major Brent Taylor Foundation is opening an exhibit to commemorate that day in American history.
23 days ago

Gov. Cox, health care leaders commit to affordable, innovative care in Utah

Gov. Spencer Cox, health care community leaders and stakeholders have taken the next step to make health care more accessible and affordable for Utahns.
24 days ago

Two injured, one arrested after shootings at Utah Lake party

One man is in critical condition while another is in fair condition after two shootings near the south end of Utah Lake, according to the Utah County Sheriff's Office.
25 days ago

Utahns look to escape the heat this Labor Day weekend

A record-breaking heat wave is hitting Utah heading into Labor Day weekend, but that’s not stopping people from getting outside.
28 days ago

UDOT, DPS reminding drivers to be safe this Labor Day weekend

Utah road crash survivors also shared their stories as the state continues on the Road to Zero Fatalities.
29 days ago

SLC elementary school welcomes students back to class

The Salt Lake School District welcomes its students back to school for the 2022-2023 school year, with Ensign Elementary beginning its first day of classes.
1 month ago

SLCC searching for commercial bus drivers

Alongside other schools and institutions across the state, Salt Lake Community College is raising their hands for help as they need bus drivers.
1 month ago

One dead after ‘major crash’ on Mountain View Corridor in Herriman

One person was killed after being struck by a vehicle on Mountain View Corridor, according to officials with the Herriman Police Department.
1 month ago

Witness: ‘They were here to have fun’ child critical after rescue at Utah reservoir

A kayaker rescued three children who were inside a vehicle that rolled into the Smith and Morehouse Reservoir Monday.
1 month ago

Davis County students are welcomed back to a new school year

Davis County students head back into the classroom as the school district welcomes new leadership and goals.
1 month ago

Updated: Search and rescue crews keep searching for missing woman after flash flood in Zion National Park

The search continues for a missing woman who was swept away by floodwaters in Zion National Park Friday morning. 
1 month ago

Ogden School District opens year with two new elementary schools

On Friday, over 10,000 students in the Ogden School District were back in classrooms across the city.
1 month ago

Utah families exploring nontraditional teaching options

Some Utah families are looking into different kinds of schooling that are gaining popularity -- homeschooling and pod learning.
1 month ago

Granite School District facing staffing shortages

Despite the pandemic, Granite School District’s spokesperson, Ben Horsley, said they have always needed more paraeducators. 
1 month ago