Jimmer Fredette has best day of life – welcomes baby son to the family

Claiming it was the best experience of his whole life, former Brigham Young University basketball player announced he was new father on Twitter Friday afternoon.

Jimmer Fredette has best day of life – welcomes baby son to the family

Vineyard charter school possibly being closed after sexual abuse allegations

The State Charter School Board, a part of the Utah State Board of Education, will meet at 6 p.m. Friday to discuss shutting down a charter school in Vineyard after receiving concerns about sexual abuse of students.

Vineyard charter school possibly being closed after sexual abuse allegations

UVU testing pilot program to pair students with autism with an aide

The following is the fifth in a series of monthly articles detailing autism in the college environment.

UVU testing pilot program to pair students with autism with an aide

Conrad Truman acquitted in second murder trial

After a second trial, Conrad Truman has been acquitted of murder and obstruction of justice charges.

Conrad Truman acquitted in second murder trial

Semitruck jackknifes on I-15 near Spanish Fork, motorist flown to hospital in critical condition

A man was flown to an area hospital via air ambulance Friday afternoon after a semitruck trailer collided with seven vehicles on Interstate 15 near Spanish Fork Main Street, shutting down traffic.

Semitruck jackknifes on I-15 near Spanish Fork, motorist flown to hospital in critical condition

Judge declines to drop more charges against John Swallow

SALT LAKE CITY — A judge has declined to toss racketeering and obstruction of justice charges against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow, who is on trial in an influence-peddling case.

Judge declines to drop more charges against John Swallow

Utah lawmakers OK resolution pushing for public lands

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers have backed a resolution urging the state to be prepared to sue the U.S. government if Washington leaders don’t start handing over federal land to the state.

Utah lawmakers OK resolution pushing for public lands

Bill seeks felony penalties for drugs near homeless shelters

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers have advanced a bill that would create stiffer penalties for people caught dealing drugs near homeless shelters.

Bill seeks felony penalties for drugs near homeless shelters

Utah County starts mapping out plan to address cycle of poverty

Utah County is forming a plan to curb the type of poverty that spans generations.

Utah County starts mapping out plan to address cycle of poverty

Woman in critical condition after Orem fire that destroyed home, killed 13 dogs

An Orem residence is a total loss after a fire claimed the structure early Friday morning.

Woman in critical condition after Orem fire that destroyed home, killed 13 dogs