FARMINGTON -- A Farmington man was fatally injured Tuesday while trying to load a four-wheeler into the back of his pickup truck.
The man was preparing for a hunting trip and tried to load the ATV onto a rack in the truck bed by himself when both he and the ATV went over the side, resulting in the fatal injury, Farmington Police Chief Wayne Hansen said.
ROY aEU" A motorcycle accident sent a Roy man to the hospital Tuesday night.
The man was traveling north on 2500 West in Roy when he lost control of his blue Yamaha bullet bike near 5550 South, Roy City Police Officer Bryce Weir said. The accident occurred at approximately 7:35 p.m.
LAYTON -- Transportation officials hope adding new technology to roads will make traffic flow better on I-15.
This winter, the Utah Department of Transportation will begin construction of an electronic monitoring system on Interstate 15 Express Lanes.
Using overhead signs to pick up radio frequencies from in-vehicle transponders, a new electronic payment system will adjust the price for decal-owning, single-occupant motorists using the Express Lane, based on traffic conditions.
FARMINGTON -- A new hotel here could bring as much as $365,522 in additional tax revenue over 10 years, even if it takes incentives to make the project happen, a study shows.
Farmington officials recently released the findings of a benefit analysis linked to attracting a hotel, suggesting the facility could be a catalyst for other commercial development.
BRIGHAM CITY -- Utah's congressmen are fighting to keep Box Elder and Tooele counties out of an EPA dirty-air designation.
A year ago, the federal Environmental Protection Agency said it was going to include the two counties in an area violating the Clean Air Act along the Wasatch Front.
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Bob Bennett and Rep. Rob Bishop sent a letter Monday to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, asking the agency to send someone to look at the area and consider new data.
A 19-year-old Honeyville man who witnessed a rollover on the opposite side of the freeway returned to pull a 3-year-old girl out of a car overturned under water in a drainage ditch Tuesday.
The 3-year-old girl was in intensive care at Primary Children's Medical Center as of late Tuesday night, Trooper Aaron Beesley of the Utah Highway Patrol said, but she might not have survived if not for being rescued and resuscitated by Todd Cano, 19, of Honeyville.
OGDEN -- Girls thinking about a degree in medicine got a firsthand look at what they will face if they decide to take that long and worthwhile journey.
The first Girls Exploring Medicine Conference, held at McKay-Dee Hospital Center, allowed female high school and college students to talk with doctors, residents and medical students and learn some hands-on techniques, such as suturing and intubation. Organizers expect it will be an annual event.
FARMINGTON -- Davis County health officials hope to contain the swine flu bug this season by initially offering mass inoculations at two clinic locations -- in Layton and Bountiful -- perhaps in late October.
Davis County may eventually offer an H1N1 vaccination to half of the county's population in an effort to stem the progress of the novel flu that killed 18 Utahns and sent more than 300 people to hospitals last season.
SALT LAKE CITY -- If you purchase the second volume of "The Joseph Smith Papers," make sure you have a sturdy bookshelf.
The 8-pound, 752-page book was released Tuesday by historians of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, coinciding with the anniversary of Joseph Smith receiving the ancient plates he would later translate as the Book of Mormon.
OGDEN -- The city council tentatively agreed during a Tuesday night work session to formally discuss with Mayor Matthew Godfrey solutions aimed at making financially troubled Mount Ogden Golf Course more playable and profitable.