SALT LAKE CITY — A federal trial over illegally modified trucks ground to a stop in a flurry of disputed subpoenas and a contempt of court citation against a star of the “Diesel Brothers” reality TV show.
CLEARFIELD — The young robotics club at Clearfield High School is one step closer to building robots that will be able to hold their own in robotics competitions.
OGDEN — The ice cream bulges above the rim of your shake cup, unmistakable proof that the sign out front means what it says.
On Friday, the much anticipated Apple TV+ became available. Like with the launch of Apple TV in 2007 — many folks thought it was an actual TV, not a media streaming device such as Roku — there is some confusion about exactly what it is and how do you view it? Following is a guide to help you…
The Internal Revenue Service approved a transition for the Salt Lake Tribune to go from a for-profit newspaper to a nonprofit news organization, the Salt Lake Tribune announced Monday.
SALT LAKE CITY — The first change to beer alcohol limits since the end of Prohibition nearly a century ago is coming to Utah.
SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter, reacting to growing concern about misinformation spread on social media, is banning all political advertising from its service. Its move strikes a sharp contrast with Facebook, which continues to defend running paid political ads, even false ones, as a free speech priority.
Smith's Food and Drug, a subsidiary of Kroger, announced the supermarket chain will now accept Visa credit card payments, reversing an unpopular decision made earlier this year.
KAYSVILLE — A zoning issue dating to 2017 that turned into a red-hot focus of debate in Kaysville has now become a ballot question that voters will resolve at the polls.
While it’s true that Apple’s App Store has a more effective screening system than Google Play, the app store for Android phones, that doesn’t mean all of its offerings are safe to install on your iPhone. Just last week, a roster of 17 seemingly innocuous apps were shown to be malicious. Alon…
RIVERDALE — Another restaurant is opening this week in Riverdale’s Town Square.
OGDEN — The planned development calling for a man-made ski lake in western Weber County and housing around it is on the cusp of getting the green light to move forward, at least the first phase.
SALT LAKE CITY — As Utah prepares to launch its medical marijuana program next year, residents who want to use the drug in the meantime are encountering skeptical doctors and the quandary of where to get the plant.
OGDEN — After four decades supplying Northern Utahns with fresh and reasonably priced fruits and vegetables, Carlo’s Produce will close its doors by the end of the month.
OGDEN — A Roy used car dealer pocketed $129,800 in sales proceeds while failing to pay lien holders and not delivering titles to the vehicle buyers, prosecutors allege in charging documents.
OGDEN — Ogden City will hold a pair of public hearings next month to discuss a proposal that would increase its current budget by more than $6 million.
OGDEN — The walls have started rising at the planned new site of Ogden’s Own Distillery, a big step forward in completion of the new facility that will house the vodka and distilled spirits maker.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council has approved an agreement that clears the way for demolition of the century-old Swift Building and construction of an aerospace manufacturing operation.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Liquor store owners in Utah have announced plans to pour any beer 5% alcohol by volume or less down the drain if it remains on store shelves at midnight Oct. 31.
LAYTON — Utah Sen. Lyle Hillyard recoils when he hears complaints that the state tax reform proposal unveiled last week unfairly hits the poor and benefits the rich.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah-based bank has announced plans to lay off hundreds of employees and close branches across multiple states in the coming months.
Just a little more than a year out from the 2020 presidential election, we’re bombarded by news and advertisements for political candidates. Fears about foreign countries unfairly influencing the election are running high, as are accusations about candidates’ connections, voting records and …
SALT LAKE CITY — Several Utah vape shops sued the state’s Department of Health over its emergency rule restricting the sale of flavored e-cigarettes amid a national outbreak of lung damage linked to vaping.
CARLSBAD, Calif. — Some of the people rushing to emergency rooms thought the CBD vape they inhaled would help like a gentle medicine. Others puffed it for fun.
SALT LAKE CITY — A sweeping plan unveiled by Utah legislators Friday would reduce overall state taxes by $75 million, cutting income taxes while boosting sales taxes on food, fuel and other items.
OGDEN — A potential alternative has emerged to plans to tear down the historic but badly deteriorated Swift building, currently the site of a major environmental cleanup.
CENTERFIELD, Utah (AP) — Utah pumpkin suppliers have announced a shortage of pumpkins after cold temperatures were reported statewide.
OGDEN — Sometimes market forces take you in an unexpected direction.
FARMINGTON — New stores will be opening at Farmington’s Station Park just in time for the holiday shopping season.
We’ve all experienced that moment of panic when we think we’ve lost our phones. After a frenzied search of every room in the house and each nook and cranny of the car, it usually turns up. But what if you’re not at home? What if you’re in a crowded public place?
OGDEN — Boosted by a state tax incentive, a large outdoor recreation company with a headquarters office in Ogden is expanding and bringing new jobs.
When Wills Jolley moved his family back to Utah from Arizona, he couldn’t wait to expose his kids to farm-fresh food. Originally from Vernal, Jolley personally knew several farmers as well as people who simply had gardens, all of whom would either sell or share their food. Living in Utah County, however, proved to be a much different experience.
OGDEN — Ogden City has reached a deal to sell the Swift property to a California company that plans to build an aerospace manufacturing operation on the reclaimed hazardous waste site next to the Weber River.
OGDEN — The number of visitors during the Heritage Festival in May, marking the sesquicentennial of the driving of the Golden Spike, wasn’t quite as high as boosters here had been bracing for.
OGDEN — Don't count Weber County commissioners among proponents of Harrisville's proposal to annex Weber Industrial Park.
We all know that the longer we hold onto a device, the greater the chances that it will fail. And for an unlucky few iPhone 6s owners, failure could be right around the corner. Apple last week announced that iPhones manufactured between September and October 2015 may unexpectedly shut down. …
FARMINGTON — Stephen Hunter, who represents Davis County as a lobbyist, says he's excited to push Northern Utah interests during what may be a pivotal 2020 legislative session.
OGDEN — Employment over the last year in and around Weber and Davis counties grew faster than most anywhere else in the country, according to new federal data.
Uber has big aspirations and its updated app shows us its new direction. In an Apple-like unveiling event last week, the company’s CEO said he sees the future of Uber as “the operating system for your everyday life.” And if your life includes transportation — you or food delivery — Uber aims…
September is Suicide Prevention Month. In both Utah and the U.S., suicide rates continue to be much higher among men.
OGDEN — Weber County’s poverty rate dipped below 10% for the first time in at least a decade, according to new economic data.
Apple’s iOS 13 software update became available last week with its promised array of new security features. To get the most out of them, you have to know how they work. But before we dive in, there are a couple of things you should know.
CLEARFIELD — Don’t accuse Clearfield leaders of lacking ambition.
O.C. Tanner, a Salt Lake City-based company specializing in employee engagement research, revealed its 2020 Global Culture Report during its “Influence Greatness” conference held Wednesday at the Snowbird ski resort.
OGDEN — A third of workers — and half of young workers — participate in the freelance or “gig” economy, according to Louis Hyman, an economic historian at Cornell’s Industrial and Labor Relations School.
OGDEN — Renovations on a historic, nearly 110-year-old central Ogden apartment complex are nearly complete.
HARRISVILLE — Officials in the city of Harrisville are contemplating growth via annexation of Weber Industrial Park, measuring about 400 acres and containing more than 50 businesses.
In a move to give users an extra level of security while browsing the internet, Mozilla announced a new browser plugin for Firefox that is now available for testing.
OGDEN — A community plan for the southeast corner of Ogden is starting to take shape.
Recent data from the state Department of Workforce Services says Utah’s unemployment rate continues to be well below the national average, at 2.8%, compared to 3.7%. In Utah County specifically, that rate drops to 2.6%.