Tracy Lynn Valdez used to hate running — now, she’s been dubbed the “half...
Tracy Lynn Valdez used to hate running — now, she’s been dubbed the “half marathon queen” for running 17 of the races in 17 months. In a From the Community column, she shared the story of how she became addicted to the sport.
Even if you’re out of shape, overweight or have never run a day in your life, with some hard work, you have what it takes to run a race, From the Community contributor Christina Miller says.
After Aaron Burgin lost his brother, Scott, to suicide, he discovered something quite unnerving. That discovery fueled him to create Suicide Sucks, a nonprofit aimed at finding individuals displaying suicidal tendencies online.
After success in Bountiful and Salt Lake, urologist opens Saturdays-only vasectomy clinic in Davis County.
What’s an AtmoSniffer? As scientists from around the nation are in the thick of a massive study of Utah’s wintertime smog, a band of Weber County student scientists are also pitching in. The Weber State University HARBOR team collects their data starting every morning before...
Blake Halfacre was working the job he loved, a civilian aircraft A-10 mechanic at Hill Air Force Base, when freezing rain hit the Wasatch Front in winter 2013 and turned his life upside down.
Advocates say they are pinpointing a location for the program, which could be in operation by March.
Those in Utah leading the charge to place a citizen’s initiative on the 2018 ballot to legalize medical cannabis say they’re undeterred by state legislators focusing on the research community and not the patient community. Now, at least they know they’re on their own.
OGDEN — Weber State head men’s basketball coach Randy Rahe traded his clipboard for some gloves Monday, serving up sandwiches for a good cause. Rahe was at Subway, 2378 Kiesel Ave. in Ogden, at lunchtime Monday, Jan. 30, as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer campaign, raising...