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Greg Sherwood, the deputy shot in the head on the same day that Sgt. Cory Wride was killed in January, was given the proceeds from a fundraiser and a dirt bike for his road to recovery.
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8 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Riddles are at the heart of Giacomo Puccini's "Turandot," but for years conventional wisdom has held that the opera's biggest riddle is one the composer never could solve: How to write a happy ending for a couple who have behaved in unsympathetic ways.
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Six months ago, Wyoming native Michael Brockbank was living in sunny Fort Myers, Fla., working in a friend's private business while searching for full-time work.
15 hrs ago | Park Record
Last autumn, the Park City-based nonprofit organization Recycle Utah formed a partnership with the ReUse People of America, a nationwide nonprofit, which, like Recycle Utah, is dedicated to help reduce waste.
19 hrs ago | Deseret News
Plans to finalize the state budget once again were scrapped Friday as the Legislature's GOP majority continued to struggle to settle on how much to give House Speaker Becky Lockhart's education technology initiative.
Elder Price will be belting "I Believe" and "Spooky Mormon Hell Dream" on the Capitol Theatre stage next year as the sweet-and-sour "Book of Mormon" musical plays in Salt Lake City.
Guest conductor Mark Wigglesworth returns to lead Utah Symphony through three incredible symphonies in one night tonight, March 7 and 8 at 8 PM at Abravanel Hall.
A Senate committee voted unanimously Friday to approve the measure aiming to draw a developer to build a downtown Salt Lake City mega-hotel by offering tax rebates.
Washington a To rousing applause from his right-wing base, Sen. Mike Lee of Utah challenged conservatives to redefine their movement, warning they will lose every election going forward if they can't show new ideas.
One month of four storms lifted northern Utah from a drastically dry water year, pounding the region with much-needed moisture to get it to normal or near-normal water levels in most cases.
Utah legislators have killed a proposal that could have made their state the first to raise the age for legal tobacco purchases to 21. The bill's sponsor, Republican state Sen. Stuart Reid, had urged support for the measure so Utah could "set the example and make a statement to the nation."
It's a heavy topic for a 14-year-old, but she's more than anxious for her mother to get access to health care.
Charlie McQuinn didn't think much about the cracks in the basement floor of his Cottonwood Heights home, where he maintains his office downstairs.
A bill that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation appears dead for this year, but its supporters brought energy to a rally Wednesday afternoon at the Utah Capitol.
A federal judge in Utah on Friday struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage, saying the U.S. Constitution offers the same equal protection and due process rights to same-sex individuals to marry the person of their choice that it gives heterosexual individuals.
Who says you need to sit down for an extended time and pay a tip in order to eat a great meal? These Utah Valley restaurants will satisfy your craving for yummy food, just in time for your short lunch break.
With "Sister Wives" on the wane, TLC has returned to Utah to find another polygamist family.