Man dies after exposure to industrial pesticide in Wayne County
A man has died following exposure to an industrial pesticide material in Wayne County, officials said, and the incident led to temporary closure of a medical clinic.
Rep. Mia Love pushing bill to end 'horrible' separation of families at border
Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, said Monday she is helping to push a proposal that would end President Donald Trump's "horrible" policy of separating children from their immigrant parents at the border.
Man killed by officers had killed elderly grandmother, police say
Police say a man who took an elderly couple hostage, killing the woman and critically injuring the man before being shot by police and killed, was the elderly woman's grandson.
Santaquin teen dies after fall from waterfall
A 16-year-old girl died Monday after falling an estimated 100 feet from a waterfall in Santaquin Canyon, police say.
Public comment sought on 2nd District Juvenile Court nominee
The Utah Senate Judicial Confirmation Committee is seeking public comment on Debra Jensen, who was appointed last week by Gov. Gary Herbert to fill a vacancy on the 2nd District Juvenile Court.
Boys burned by suspected acid in 'heinous crime' released from hospital
On Friday, Jason Keith Summers, 32, was arrested after police say he went to his neighbor's yard and threw an unknown substance on two boys, ages 3 and 5. The substance was initially suspected to be sulphuric acid.
Museum of Ancient Life to welcome newest attraction Friday
The public is invited to help Thanksgiving Point paleontologist Rick Hunter welcome Ruth the Gorgosaurus to her new home in the Museum of Ancient Life’s main lobby on Friday.
Wildlife board OK’s 3 changes to turkey hunt
The Utah Wildlife Board approved three changes to this year’s wild turkey hunt during its May meeting. Two of the changes apply to the fall hunt and the third applies to both the fall and spring hunts.
WSU welcomes new dean of the College of Science
Weber State University has appointed Andrea Easter-Pilcher dean of the College of Science.
Conflict-of-interest 'ambiguity' sinks initial Utah Inland Port Authority meeting
In a bizarre turn — even though the Inland Port Authority board's agenda included plans to elect a chairman and discuss hiring an executive director — the board didn't officially convene because its members hadn't yet been impaneled.