The Salt Lake athlete became the first American woman to medal in the sport in 24 years.
Traffic deaths decreased in Utah after the state enacted the strictest drunken driving laws in the nation five years ago, new research published Friday by a U.S. government agency shows.
Conservative figures have launched an online furor this week, claiming that the government planned to spend $30 million on pipes for smoking crack cocaine.
A new Utah bill would require transgender students who want to play on the school sports teams of their choice to receive permission from a commission.
On Sept. 19, 1942, the 11 members of the Muranaga family from Gardena, Calif., arrived in their new home–the concentration camp for Japanese Americans at Amache, just outside Granada, Colo.
In the yards behind the slaughterhouses—also called abattoirs—of Ethiopia, an ecological shift is unfolding that has echoes of similar crises all over the world.
An inventory of “unreinforced masonry” in schools reveals what buildings are at greater risk of damage in an earthquake.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, thoughts of roses, candies, hearts, and rings are certainly not far from many minds.
Time off from work can help families heal physically and emotionally, a counselor says.
A University of Utah student was arrested Friday in the death of his girlfriend and fellow U. student at a Salt Lake hotel.