in Salt Lake City, UT
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55 N 300 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84101 Directions
Thousands of family members, friends and firefighters from across Utah gathered at the Maverik Center on Monday for a 2 1/2...
Utah's elections office says no problems have been reported at polling stations across the state during Tuesday's primary...
Two Republicans are suing both the state and Utah County GOP, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and others in federal court, claiming they...
Police investigating the beating death of a Duchesne County woman allegedly by five people are trying to determine if the...
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskuspski released her annual budget proposal Monday, outlining how the city would spend an...
KSTU-TV 13 - FOX
5020 Amelia Earhart Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84116 Directions
Taylorsville, Utah– A Taylorsville family is hoping to get a stolen trailer filled with tools back, because the trailer is worth more to them than just what’s inside. Right after the owner discovered the trailer missing, the family said he died of a heart attack. They said Patrick Kartchner realized the trailer was gone Monday morning as he went outside for work. It’s normally hooked to his bright blue vintage truck outside their home on Sesame Street. Kartchner’s daughter Jadian […]
(CNN) — The Florida man accused of killing Markeis McGlockton during a parking space altercation at a Clearwater convenience store is out on $100,000 bail, according to the Pinella County Sheriff’s Office. The case has spurred debate over Florida’s “stand your ground” law, considered one of the toughest in the country. The law grants immunity to anyone acting in self-defense and puts the burden of proof on the state. Video surveillance from the store shows Michael Drejka arguing with McGlockton’s […]
Click here for updates on this story Phoenix, AZ (KTVK) — A Phoenix mom is now facing a charging of first-degree murder in the death of her baby boy over the summer. Police first arrested Donielle Joyce King, 32, on suspicion of child abuse after her 1-year-old son was found dead in her apartment on Tuesday, July 17. According to court paperwork, King “admitted she left her son home when she left for work” at around 6:30 a.m. King told […]
(CNN) — John Clune, the attorney for the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of exposing himself to her when they were in college, said only Democrats showed up for a phone call they had scheduled with Senate Judiciary Committee staff earlier Tuesday Clune also said in an interview Tuesday on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” that Republicans seem to be “game-playing” and changing the rules for their communications. Clune represents Deborah Ramirez, 53, who attended Yale with Kavanaugh and […]
PROVO, Utah — Some BYU students are disappointed after learning the school is no longer allowing them to compete in a wrestling club. “It turned into something I can’t live without. Wrestling is who I am,” said Bailey Carlson. Carlson has wrestled for an “unofficial” BYU club for the past two years. “Besides being the oldest sport, it’s one on one. Teaches you accountability. Teaches you how to work hard. Also teaches you to be part of a team,” Carlson said. […]
My Utah Journals
4001 S 700 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84107 Directions
With live music, crafts and games for kids, vendors and food trucks, the festival made for a perfect exclamation point for the end of summer.Original article published at Valley Journals
“Matt’s life was like a shooting star,” he thought, “brilliant, bright, high speed and way too short.” Original article published at Valley Journals
The raise includes an $875 step increase for every teacher and a $2,500 cost-of-living adjustment for every licensed employee for a total raise of $3,675.Original article published at Valley Journals
A team headed up by Mark Montoya from the public works department won the city rec softball title. Original article published at Valley Journals
From new library books to nourishing garden space, local schools received help on Day of Caring. Original article published at Valley Journals
Salt Lake Magazine
515 S 700 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84102 Directions
There’s so much going on this week in SLC that we had to turn our list of don’t-miss events up to 11. Literally. Wednesday, September 26 No. 1 – Dr. Anita Hill Perhaps it’s just a case of good timing—but the day before Christine Blassey Ford is scheduled to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Anita […]
We’re mere days away from the official end of summer, which means Park City’s oft-disparaged, wildly-underappreciated shoulder season is on the horizon. Instead of lamenting shorter days and temperatures unsuitable for donning jorts, we recommend taking advantage of Park City’s decadent food culture without the associated resort town pricing. The Park City Area Restaurant Association […]
Ballet West is rolling out its 55th season. The line-up this season is spectacular with past season favorites, a beloved ballet, a holiday tradition and a Utah premiere. This season starts with Jewels which runs November 2-10. I was in attendance when they first performed this number and when the curtain rose there was a […]
Chili is a staple of firehouse kitchens everywhere, including Utah. At the annual Utah Firefighter Chili Cookoff, happening this Friday, more than 20 firehouses from around the state bring their best chefs to crush, dice and stir their way to victory. The winners get a golden fireman’s axe. Yeah. Rad. But more importantly, they get […]
Perhaps the person most surprised by Caleb Chapman’s success in the music business is Caleb Chapman. “I never imagined I’d be doing music at all in any capacity,” he remembers. “I was a jock growing up and didn’t have a lot of interest in playing music until I realized girls in high school thought it […]
The Salt Lake Tribune
90 S 400 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84101 Directions