Washington County Republicans vented their displeasure with Sen. Mitt Romney on Saturday, approving a resolution censuring him for voting to convict former President Donald Trump during his two impeachment trials.
Live music is returning to Utah State University later this month with a planned free outdoor concert on the Quad, open to the public.
A man who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a Logan Canyon crash that critically injured four teenagers will be sentenced during an in-person setting this month.
Local agencies have coordinated disposal sites for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Pitching its $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan, the White House released state-by-state breakdowns, complete with letter grades and a hodgepodge of stats intended to show the broad need for upgrading everything from roads to water systems to housing.
Strong winds, with gusts up to 50 mph, are expected to hit parts of northern Utah beginning Monday night and continuing through Wednesday.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Nearly 16% of Utah women have withdrawn in some way from the workplace during the coronavirus pandemic, new data shows.
The triumph and tragedy that have been Jeremiah Hancock’s life since a Friday afternoon crash ended on a very positive note late Sunday morning.
The City of Logan has announced that park restrooms will be opened beginning April 15.
A handful of demonstrators were on scene at the American West Heritage Center on Thursday to protest Baby Animal Days and Yellowstone Bear World after the event garnered attention from the Utah Animal Rights Coalition and PETA.
While the Utah State men’s basketball team has a head coach now, it is still a mystery as to who will be playing for him.
It was another nailbiter involving two of the better 4A boys soccer teams in the Beehive State, and a fortuitous deflection ultimately decided the outcome.
With a new men’s basketball head coach in place, Utah State Athletics Director John Hartwell is hoping to take a deep breath and not worry about searching for a head coach for a while.
SMITHFIELD — It was a banner fall for several Cache Valley high school football teams.
Mountain Crest did not have to go very far to find a new boys basketball coach.
It was a rough start to an abbreviated soccer season for the Aggies, but they’ve gamely persevered through the early disappointments and are certainly finishing with a bang.
PRESTON — The last time the Indians played a doubleheader, they put together an outstanding performance in Game 1, but were a little flat in the nightcap and ultimately lost.
MILLVILLE — To the delight of head coach Sven Rasmussen, his Wolves did not suffer a letdown following last Friday’s big 3-2 victory over Mountain Crest.