SALT LAKE CITY — A former police officer’s disability discrimination lawsuit against Roy City remains alive in U.S. District Court.
OGDEN — Two Utah Military Academy students who tested positive for influenza have died, the Weber-Morgan Health Department said Saturday.
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon said Friday that 34 U.S. troops were diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries suffered in this month’s Iranian missile strike on an Iraqi air base, and that half of the troops have returned to their military duties.
WASHINGTON — A Chicago woman has become the second U.S. patient diagnosed with the dangerous new virus from China, health officials announced Friday.
Primary Children’s Hospital will build a second campus in Lehi, Intermountain Healthcare announced Tuesday morning.
SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. on Tuesday reported its first case of a new and potentially deadly virus circulating in China, saying a Washington state resident who returned last week from the outbreak's epicenter was hospitalized in good condition near Seattle.
SALT LAKE CITY — A lawyer defending the Diesel Brothers in a Clean Air Act enforcement action says attorneys’ fees desired by an environmental group make a farce of the central dispute over illegally modified pickup trucks.
SUNSET — Just about anything can be delivered to your door or your workplace these days — and now dental care can be added to the list.
CLEARFIELD — The students of Wasatch Elementary are adept at identifying different types of apples.
An HIV prevention campaign launched by the Utah Department of Health has been placed on hold after Gov. Gary Herbert ordered the department to stop distributing racy-packaged condoms that were given to local groups and health care providers as part of the campaign.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The state of Utah is trying something new to fight HIV infections: handing out condoms with cheeky plays on state pride.
Social service workers and volunteers will be combing northern Utah streets and transient camps over three days next week to take the annual Point in Time count of the unsheltered homeless.
In some zip codes in Northern Utah, half of all homes have radon levels that are too high.
OGDEN — Ogden City will give up a portion of a city-owned street so one of Weber County’s largest employers can expand.
FARMINGTON — After years of controversy involving cellblock deaths, sexual harassment and financial irregularities under the previous administration, the Davis County Sheriff’s Office has released an inspection report citing 100% compliance with jail standards in 2019.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah health officials have confirmed the state's first flu death this season.
FARMINGTON — An experimental program in Davis County to route some arrestees immediately into mental health or substance abuse treatment rather than jail is being hailed as an example for similar efforts statewide.
Before heading back to high school after the holidays, 16-year-old Daphne Liu took a few minutes to explain her research that revealed a sobering truth about the extent of suicide by opioid overdose in Utah.
SALT LAKE CITY — State officials have announced the 14 companies around the state awarded medical cannabis pharmacy licenses.
WASHINGTON — U.S. health officials will ban most flavored e-cigarettes popular with underage teenagers, but their plan includes major exceptions that benefit vaping manufacturers, retailers and adults who use the nicotine-emitting devices.
LAYTON — The first baby of the new year in Weber and Davis counties, Summer Rose Larkin, arrived both early and late.
OGDEN — An Ogden woman is charged with 28 felony counts alleging she stole more than $96,000 in her job as a dentist’s office manager and spent the money on personal expenses, including bailing herself out of jail in an unrelated prescription fraud case.
FARMINGTON — The Davis County Sheriff’s Office has honored eight employees for life-saving actions, including two officers who last month thwarted a suicide attempt by a jail inmate.
FARMINGTON — Pried loose in a public records fight, Davis County Jail inspection reports reveal that reviewers commonly cite concerns about inmates’ medical and mental health care.
SOUTH OGDEN — A federal judge has rejected allegations that South Ogden City intentionally discriminated against the disabled by limiting a residential drug and alcohol treatment center.
The city of Roy and Weber County are moving forward with change spelling out where medical cannabis producers and processors may set up shop, like other cities around the county and the state.
OGDEN — College and high school athletes can be uniquely at risk of opioid addiction, according to substance use experts, but local officials say their institutions are well equipped to guard against abuses.
FARMINGTON — People picked up by police for behavioral problems are no longer certain to go straight to jail in Davis County.
SOUTH OGDEN — Standard medicine — what’s been considered standard medicine, anyway — doesn’t always cut it.
OGDEN — People living in the Weber and Morgan county area have higher than average rates of mental distress, depression, suicide and drug poisoning fatalities.
FARMINGTON — A move by civil liberties groups to force public disclosure of Utah’s Jail Standards is headed to trial.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Jean Dixon smashes her fists into the punching bag, exhorted by coach Rob Matthews to deliver rapid combinations.
OGDEN — Ogden City officials say there still aren’t any solid redevelopment plans for the old Fred Meyer lot on 12th Street, but the city’s eyes are still set on restoring the long-vacant commercial property.
LAYTON — A second dedicated hospital room for medical examinations of sexual assault victims has opened in Davis County.
FARMINGTON — The Davis County Commission has voted to issue $9.08 million in sales tax revenue bonds to finance construction of a new medical wing at the county jail.
OGDEN — A decades-old federal law that strips many pretrial detainees of health insurance is being blamed for worsening some of the biggest problems afflicting today’s jails.
OGDEN — Weber and Morgan counties have joined the push to get Utah lawmakers to take stronger action this coming legislative session to stop underage use of vaping devices and electronic cigarettes.
OGDEN — The Ogden Rescue Mission has merged with a similar, larger entity in Salt Lake City in a move that leaders say will allow the shelters to more quickly meet the growing demands of homelessness.
BOUNTIFUL — Viewmont is bringing back one of its own to headline a community outreach event Monday focused on building resiliency and improving youth mental health.
SALT LAKE CITY — A state committee has recommended a series of initiatives to help Utah’s county jails reduce deaths, improve suicide prevention and help inmates recover from opioid addiction and withdrawal.
FARMINGTON — A woman appeared in court for arraignment on charges that allege she faked a cancer diagnosis to obtain narcotic medications.
FARMINGTON — Davis County has proposed a bond issuance of up to $9.5 million to pay for a new medical wing at the jail to deal with growing numbers of inmates suffering from drug addictions or mental health problems.
CLEARFIELD — Amid persistent and growing concerns about the potential dangers of electronic cigarettes, Davis County officials want state leaders to implement stricter measures governing their use.
OGDEN — A former group home worker accused of violently abusing a patient has been deemed ineligible for mental health court and the criminal prosecution against him will proceed.
FARMINGTON — When Lynette Checketts attended a Davis School District symposium on social emotional learning over the summer, she asked herself what she could do to support the effort.
OGDEN — Kaycee Scott lost her kids, her house and her car.
OGDEN — Incident reports filed by Weber County Jail corrections officers and nurses detail the symptomatic decline of arrestee Eric Gavin and the efforts they made to save his life after he collapsed from a drug overdose.
OGDEN — St. Joseph ninth grader Mercedes Randhahn can perform under pressure.
Former Weber State University football star Trevyn Smith’s July 4 death in the Salt Lake County Jail has been ruled a suicide.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Health is seeking applicants to operate medical marijuana pharmacies in the state.