Real estate executive Thomas Wright announced his bid for Utah governor shortly after celebrating the beginning of 2020 and has hit the ground running, traveling across the state for town hall meetings and naming Congressman Rob Bishop as his running mate.
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A Providence man found guilty of aggravated sexual abuse of a child was given the maximum sentence available on Tuesday.
A woman accused of robbing multiple department stores, striking a man with a car and leading police on a high-speed chase through Sardine Canyon was sentenced to prison on Tuesday.
A mother-daughter duo has teamed up to open The Coop, a food truck that serves home-made fried chicken in Cache Valley.
Twenty-one years of hard work have led to this. That’s what Chris “Cudi” Cutshall keeps telling himself.
A man was injured when a trench he was working in collapsed, burying him up to his neck in Hyrum on Monday afternoon, according to police-radio scanner traffic.
Utah State University is hosting Creativity Unbound, an art exhibition showcasing artwork from students in grades K-8.
Local defense attorney Bryan Galloway has been appointed by Gov. Gary Herbert as a judge for the 1st District Juvenile Court, and the Utah Senate Judicial Confirmation committee is seeking public comment on the move.
With stories, complaints and suggestions about behavior problems in schools pouring in from around the state, local legislators are trying to figure out how to clarify protocol and offer teachers more support.
For the fifth year in a row, high school students from all over Utah are making a statement on air quality through art.
The Forest Service is seeking information regarding thousands of dollars of vandalism on two restroom facilities at the campground in Smithfield Canyon.
In a game the Aggies never trailed, it sure was close for most of the 40 minutes Saturday night at Fresno State.
It’s fair to say last week was a very gratifying one for the Preston girls basketball program.
FRESNO, Calif. -- Learning how to finish has been something the Aggies have openly stressed for a month and once again they showed positive strides.
OREM — Some wrestling teams excel because they have star power, and others because they possess superior depth.
The Grizzlies did their best to hold off Ridgeline’s boys basketball team from securing a share of the Region 11 title — but on an off-night, no less — the Riverhawks proved why they deserved to be called region champs.
There is still plenty of work left to be done, but the Mustangs are in good shape following Day 1 of the 4A State Wrestling Championships.
FRESNO, Calif. — Having moved into second place in the Mountain West Conference standings, the Aggies will be looking to lock that spot down over the next two weeks.
PRESTON — Things were looking pretty bleak for the Indians midway through the second quarter as they trailed by 11 points and couldn’t seem to corral a defensive rebound in a must-win game.