Presidents are "usurping" legislative authority and are "not going to stop" unless states reassert their sovereignty, former Utah Congressman Rob Bishop told a group of lawmakers gathered in the state ...
The sponsors of the Corner Canyon Half Marathon received hard news when Draper's city council voted this week to nix hosting private events on much of the city's trail system.
It wasn't easy on Friday — far from it — but the Jazz scraped a much-needed 111-101 win against the Detroit Pistons at Vivint Arena.
Going into the third rotation of the night, No. 2 Utah had a comfortable lead over a visiting No. 13 Arizona State team.
The Utah Department of Health on Friday announced it is adjusting the risk assessment process for COVID-19 medical treatments, citing a need to prioritize access to some treatments that are in ...
The top U.S. and Russian diplomats made no major breakthrough at talks on Ukraine on Friday but agreed to keep talking to try to resolve a crisis that has stoked fears of a military conflict.
A student was shot at a Maryland high school Friday afternoon, prompting an hourslong lockdown, and authorities said a 17-year-old student at the school is in custody.
Yes, the Jazz got a much-needed win, beating the Detroit Pistons 111-101 at Vivint Arena. However, it was far from great.
A federal judge in Texas ruled on Friday that President Joe Biden could not require federal employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
A 25-year-old multimedia journalist in West Virginia was hit from behind by a passing car Wednesday evening while reporting on a water main break, highlighting dangers reporters can face.