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Gov. Gary Herbert proclaimed his recent trade mission to Mexico a success after three Utah-based companies used the tour to release plans to expand operations there.
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Utah expatriate Kristin Ann King may now live in Seattle, but her fascinating short-story collection Misfits from the Beehive State shows that she still has a firm finger on the peculiar qualities of the people here in Utah.
John Orlando Montoya passed away April 14, 2014 in Tooele, Utah from multiple myeloma.
Change out that winter coat for a pair of flip flops, spring is in full swing. The change in weather makes this a favorite time of year for many Utahns.
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Two Utah men died April 6 when their helicopter crashed in a remote area of Emery County near Range Creek.
Agencies, businesses and schools across Utah are participating today in the third-annual Great Utah ShakeOut, the state's only statewide earthquake drill.
Utah used to be known for only two things - the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and skiing.
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.