Silver State Leads Nation In Job GrowthNevada has the fastest private sector job growth in the United States at 3.6 percent. The state has added 40,000 jobs relative to the first quarter of 2016.
Utah Airport Announces New Flights to Las Vegas, L.A.Allegiant Air in Utah has announced it will be offering flights from the Ogden-Hinckley Airport to Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Councilman Barlow Joins Kids At National ParkProgram designed to give students the chance to experience national parks.
Man Who Hanged Himself in Las Vegas Hospital Was From UtahAuthorities in Las Vegas have identified a 28-year-old Utah man who hanged himself early New Year's morning after barricading himself in a hospital restroom.
Pilot Killed in Lincoln County Helicopter Crash IdentifiedA pilot killed in the crash of a kit-built helicopter at a remote Nevada dry lake bed has been identified as a 58-year-old Utah man with an aircraft operating license.
Top Ski Resorts In UtahWinter is almost here. That means it is time to get out those skies and winter gear, because it is time to start planning those winter getaways to one of Utah’s ski resorts.
Man Building Own Sovereign Nation On Remote Piece Of Utah LandA New York man is building his own sovereign nation called Zaqistan on a remote piece of land in Utah.
Travel Guide To Utah's Arches National ParkTravel guide to Utah's Arches National Park, featuring the world's largest collection of natural stone arches.
Survey: Utah Residents Buy Nearly Twice As Much Candy As Rest Of NationSurvey by Hershey Co. finds Utahans eat candy at nearly twice the rate of the national average.
Utah Law Allows Gun Owners To Use Deadly Force In Many CasesPolice say two Utah men fatally shot would-be criminals a few miles apart over the weekend, but neither shooter is expected to face charges in a gun-friendly state that was one of the first to pass a "Stand Your Ground"-style law more than 20 years ago.
3 Utah Adventurers Safe On Mt. Everest After EarthquakeUtah families are anxious about loved ones after an earthquake shook Nepal and triggered an avalanche on Mount Everest.
Judge Allows Wild-Horse Lawsuit To Move ForwardA federal judge in Utah has refused to block a lawsuit filed by a group of ranchers demanding the U.S. government remove wild horses from land they say is overpopulated.