A school district apologized Thursday to outraged parents after about 30 students at a Salt Lake City school had their lunches thrown out because of outstanding balances on their food accounts.
Utah’s so-called Zion curtain would be torn down and customers wouldn’t have to order food to get a drink if one lawmaker has his way in loosening the state’s famously strict liquor laws.
Ogden police say a wave of preventable car thefts is prompting them to step up enforcement of Utah’s anti-idling law.
Police say the body of an 85-year-old woman was found early Saturday morning in a Murray home that was on fire and they’re treating the case as a homicide.
A federal appeals court has granted Utah’s request for more time to prepare opening arguments in defense of the state’s same-sex marriage ban.
More than 2,700 calls, emails and letters flooded Utah Gov. Gary Herbert’s office in the days and weeks after a federal judge said gay couples could marry in the state.
A man has been ordered to stand trial in the slaying of a 92-year-old woman at an Ogden retirement home in 1993.
Attorney General Holder says the government will honor gay marriage licenses issued in Utah.
The Mormon church is telling its local leaders that same-sex wedding ceremonies and receptions are prohibited in their churches.
More than 1,000 gay and lesbian couples took home marriage licenses from local clerks after a federal judge overturned Utah’s same-sex marriage ban.