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National Park Service being sued for switching to cashless entry

The National Park Service is being sued for going cashless at 30 parks and monuments, including Hovenweep National Monument and Natural Bridges National Monument.
8 days ago

Blujay, dog who survived gunshots to head, is going home

Blujay, a dog who miraculously survived being shot in the head last week, is going home.
12 days ago

Judge in Chad Daybell trial seals midnight intervention

The judge in the trial of Chad Daybell sealed a last-minute request that both the prosecution and defense want removed.
12 days ago

Utah’s ‘Dark Sky Month’ aims to showcase the stars

Utah is home to some of the darkest skies on Earth and currently leads the world in dark sky preservation with 25 accredited Dark Sky International places.
13 days ago

Studies show men experience high rates of loneliness

Some studies show a rise in feelings of loneliness for men. Here's what an expert had to say about it.
14 days ago

Salt Lake City police arrest man after they say he crashed into multiple cars and a fence

The Salt Lake City Police Department arrested a 22-year-old man after, police say, he wrecked into multiple cars and a fence and attempted to flee from officers.
17 days ago

Doorbell camera captures another hit-and-run in Salt Lake City

New doorbell camera shows bystanders rushing to save a woman who may be another victim of an alleged serial hit-and-runner.
20 days ago

Utah’s public universities seek approval for tuition increase

In Utah you can now add tuition to the list of prices that may increase.
29 days ago

Salt Lake City celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

The Gateway was full of green on Saturday, where people gathered to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day one day before the official holiday occurred.
1 month ago

UDOT examines Mountain View Corridor safety after 2 fatal crashes in past month

Two fatal crashes in West Valley City in a month have UDOT examining the safety of the Mountain View Corridor.
1 month ago

Alpine School District holds public meetings to discuss potential splits or reconfigurations

The Alpine School District and MGT Consulting are holding public meetings to present potential reconfigurations for, or ways to split, the school district.
1 month ago

Water leak impacting travelers at Salt Lake City International Airport

The Salt Lake City International Airport is reporting a water leak. The tunnel that connects the A and B concourses is flooded.
1 month ago

Provo police issue warning of sinkhole

Provo police are warning residents and drivers to avoid the area of 1333 N. 1450 East in Provo due to a sinkhole.
1 month ago

South Salt Lake City Council member censured over social media posts

South Salt Lake City Council member Paul Sanchez has been formally censured by his fellow council members, a move he claims targets his criticism of that body.
1 month ago

Why you should care about the health of Great Salt Lake brine shrimp

it turns out there are plenty of reasons why we should not only recognize these small creatures but protect them in the Great Salt Lake too.
1 month ago

Two killed in West Valley City car crash

Two people were killed on Wednesday night when their car collided with a semitruck in West Valley. 
2 months ago

Utah snowpack is now in great shape

What a difference a month can make. Data revealed that statewide, the Utah snowpack has grown to over 100%. In some regions, it has reached over 120%. 
2 months ago

African lion at Hogle Zoo makes Super Bowl prediction

Vulcan, a 12-year-old African lion at the Hogle Zoo, gave his Super Bowl prediction today! Who do you think he picked?
2 months ago

Rep. Moore explains his ‘no’ vote on Mayorkas impeachment

Utah Republican Rep. Blake Moore voted “no” during the failed impeachment this week of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
2 months ago

Sheet of ice flies through car’s windshield, injuring driver

A slab of ice from the top of a fast-moving trailer was launched into oncoming traffic and another driver’s windshield on Monday.
3 months ago

Dr. Angela Dunn leaving Salt lake County Health for CDC

Dr. Angela Dunn will leave her position with Salt Lake County Health to accept a new job with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
3 months ago

Heavy fog, cold temperatures hit northern Utah

Many Utahns woke up to heavy fog for their Monday morning commute. It should thin out and lift by the afternoon.
4 months ago

Closure of SLC birthing center leaves expectant mothers in limbo

Expectant mothers in the Salt Lake area are scrambling for a provider after a birthing center suddenly closed. 
4 months ago

Lloyd Newell announces departure from ‘Music & the Spoken Word’

After 34 years, Lloyd Newell, host of the Tabernacle Choir’s “Music & the Spoken Word”, announced he is concluding his service next year.
4 months ago