Ogden City says they’ve avoided any conflict of interest regarding a half million dollar business loan to a company where one of the two principals happens to be the brother of a city attorney.
Don Hall, Jay Welk, Jim Blaisdell and Jerry Bovee will be honored by the Utah Sports Hall of Fame for coaching and service to sports in the state as part of the 2017 Spring Honors banquet.
The students at Two Rivers High School are preparing to perform original spoken word poetry at 7 p.m., Monday, March 27 at Hub 801.
Taylor Sorenson set a goal with her father to be a top hitter in 4-A, but there was something else driving her — something evidenced by eight letters she would write on her wrist: “GMA HARDY.”
It’s time to vote for the student’s picture you think should win our 2017 Design-an-Ad Photography Contest.
Republican leaders have abruptly pulled their troubled health care overhaul bill off the House floor, short of votes and eager to avoid a humiliating defeat for President Donald Trump and GOP leaders.
The 24/7 sobriety program would let some DUI offenders avoid jail time, keep their drivers licenses and continue to work — all while being breathalyzed twice a day.
The Bountiful Police Department loaned local YouTubers an old, unused radar gun to cut through with a water jet. The end result is pretty fun to watch.