Karah Brackin

Two Ogden gardeners spring back to life a community garden

A community garden is springing to life and, through lots of love and hard work, offers a sustainable means of food production.
1 day ago

Thousands participate in annual ‘Great Utah ShakeOut’ earthquake drill

Thousands of Utahns took part in this year's Great Utah ShakeOut at work, school or home.
2 days ago

UDOT is stressing work zone safety, especially near schools

As road construction ramps up around the state, construction on 5600 South in Roy will directly impact elementary school students heading to and from school.
3 days ago

Lights On! and West Jordan police team up to help drivers with mechanical issues

The West Jordan Police Department is allowing officers to give a voucher for drivers who were pulled over for mechanical issues instead of a ticket.
5 days ago

UTA ski bus ends seasonal service with ridership gains

Warmer temperatures mean the Utah Transit Authority's ski buses will be slowing down soon.
8 days ago

Extra officers to patrol Utah roads in April looking for distracted drivers

Law enforcement agencies across Salt Lake and Utah Counties announced Thursday that officers and Utah Department of Safety troopers are working extra shifts on Utah roads with unmarked vehicles to patrol for distracted drivers.
9 days ago

‘Remembering Siena’: How a Utah mom keeps her daughter’s legacy alive

Last October, 17 years old, Siena Schoenrock was fatally hit by a car while on a walk in Orem. However, Siena's family is keeping her legacy alive with a 5K run and a memorial.
10 days ago

A first look inside the Taylorsville Utah Temple

Media got a first look inside the Taylorsville Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ahead of the public open house.
11 days ago

Utah nonprofit launches helpline for Indigenous people experiencing domestic and sexual violence

A new statewide helpline aimed at helping Indigenous communities with domestic and sexual violence has opened its lines on Monday.
12 days ago

Bagel store that ditched tipping, continues to see support from customers

A small business in Bountiful gained attention for its decision not to ask for tips at checkout and says the decision was worth it.
15 days ago

Phase 3 of construction at Salt Lake City Int’l Airport expected to finish later this year

Officials at the Salt Lake City International Airport are calling 2024 a “transformative" year as construction of Phase 3 at the airport is expected to be completed later this year. 
17 days ago

Utah family goes on a multimonth bike tour across Europe

Dale Majors, his wife and their six kids logged some 1,850 miles across Europe and the Alps during a multimonth family bike tour.
22 days ago

Utah’s Hope Hero Foundation is saving teen lives

Discover how The Hope Hero Foundation empowers teens and prevents suicide. Be the hero of your own story!
23 days ago

Granite Education Foundation honors teachers, administrators with Excel Awards

Every year, the Granite Education Foundation honors nine teachers and one administrator in what is called the Excel Awards. 
25 days ago

New exhibit of Missouri artifacts opens in Church History Museum

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints opened a new exhibit in the Church History Museum Monday, which will be open to the public until Oct. 26.
26 days ago

Northern Utah blasted with high winds

The anticipated high winds blew through Utah overnight Thursday, hitting the northern part of the state with gusts nearly 90 mph.
1 month ago

Statewide Feed Utah food drive returns for third year

The statewide Feed Utah food drive will help provide food to the estimated 317,000 Utahns who face hunger.
1 month ago

Utah business works to catch the attention of Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce

A Utah brand is hoping to catch the attention of one of America's most iconic couples - Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce.
1 month ago

Biden admin announces spending initiative will fund restoration of historic Utah courthouse

The White House announced a spending initiative will come to Utah at the Frank E. Moss U.S. Courthouse, by restoring the building and improving its sustainability and emissions.
1 month ago

Taylorsville Bricks & Minifigs now open after car crashed into building

After a car crashed into the front of the shop, a Bricks & Minifigs location in Taylorsville is finally opening its doors.
1 month ago

UDOT closing I-215 this weekend for bridge work in Murray

Drivers can expect delays as UDOT will close I-215 this weekend for bridge work over the interstate in Murray.
1 month ago

Intermountain Health is testing new technology to screen for jaundice

Intermountain Health is testing a new way to check for jaundice, which will eliminate the need for a poke.
2 months ago

As Super Tuesday arrives, Utah voters get their chance to be heard

Super Tuesday has arrived and is underway. While Utah Republicans will hold a caucus Tuesday night, Democrats will hold a primary election, which has voting polls open earlier in the day. 
2 months ago

Lehi house partially collapses following massive fire

Several emergency crews responded to a large fire that severely damaged a Lehi home Thursday morning.
2 months ago