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The State of Utah is about to embark on its latest renewal of a grim tradition: preparing for the "big one " with The Great Utah ShakeOut .
A Utah man was excavating a pool when the walls of dirt started crumbling and eventually collapsed on top of him.
Four cities in Salt Lake County are starting a three-year program to increase their ability to put on arts and cultural programs - and to obtain the Zoo, Arts and Parks tax revenue to help them do it.
In the future, applicants for one of Utah's alcohol-education permits may first have to prove they are qualified to teach about wine, beer and spirits - something that hasn't been required in the past.
The Utah Symphony will perform at or near all five of Utah's national parks during a weeklong tour in August.
As the investigation continues into the case of a Utah mother who allegedly strangled or suffocated six of the seven dead newborns found in her garage Saturday, questions remain about how she concealed the pregnancies, how the babies died, and why she allegedly killed the children rather than seeking help.
The mystic soul of poet Rainer Maria Rilke seemingly foretold Utah's forecast when he penned these words: "Spring has returned.
The reason for the green citrus fruit's absence is one of economics: the price per case of limes shot up from $14 to a whopping $100 after weather heavily damaged southern Mexico's lime crop.
If you know where to walk and what to look for at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, bones of the former masters of Earth turn up regularly.
A proposed 60,000-barrel-a-day oil pipeline would eliminate 250 trucks trips between Salt Lake City and the Uinta Basin, but Utah water purveyors caution that the 135-mile project could pose "catastrophic" risks to drinking water supplies.
Recycle Utah will be hosting Dumpster Days starting April 25-26 where residents can dispose of both trash and yard waste.
Washington a Gov. Gary Herbert said the White House and outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius are inching closer to approving his alternative plan for expanding health-care for low-income Utahns through a block grant to the state, and the governor added that he's hopeful for a resolution this summer.
A Weber High School teacher has been placed on paid leave after asking her students to name slang for genitalia as part of a lesson.
When it comes to the discussion of 2013's Salt Lake Comic Con, the phrase that seems to best describe it is "who woulda thunk?" That's not to disparage anything.
The Deseret News reports authorities are investigating the apparent suicide after 35-year-old David Finch died Sunday at Dixie Regional Medical Center.
Last week, the National Institute of Health and Smart Growth America published research by University of Utah professor Reid Ewing and others that showed that denser, connected urban areas are better than sprawling ones in a number of key metrics.