A year after Joslyn Spilsbury’s death outside a Millcreek Starbucks, prosecutors still haven’t decided whether to charge the driver who struck her

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins 1d ago

When Sundays come, 'I don’t have to go to work’ — Utah’s singing ‘Pastor Mike’ reaches the final note with his Presbyterian flock

Sara Tabin By Sara Tabin 3d ago

After 52 years, Manti bidding a ‘bittersweet’ farewell to Mormon Miracle Pageant

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson 4d ago

Closure of downtown homeless shelter delayed again

Bethany Rodgers By Bethany Rodgers 4d ago

‘I was in a safe place’ — Palmer Court in Salt Lake City celebrates a decade of helping people leave chronic homelessness

Bethany Rodgers By Bethany Rodgers 4d ago

Intermountain Healthcare seeking 500,000 patients for genetic database ‘unmatched in scale and scope’

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty 5d ago

Former Real Salt Lake coach Jason Kreis returns to Utah with his U.S. Under-23 team. He still has fond memories of RSL’s title season

Alex Vejar By Alex Vejar 5d ago

Keifer Sutherland, Dolph Lundgren and Christina Ricci among celebrities coming to FanX comic convention in September

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means 5d ago

Real Salt Lake drops first game of U.S. Open Cup for third straight year in 3-0 loss to LAFC

Alex Vejar By Alex Vejar 6d ago

Great Salt Lake up 2.5 feet and still rising from last year’s ‘disastrous’ low levels; Lake Powell is rising as much as 15 inches a day.

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood June 11

Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources has a new officer and he’s excited to get to work tracking poachers

Sara Tabin By Sara Tabin June 10

Ogden Arts Festival brings local artists, entertainers and a giant iron horse to the city

Francisco Kjolseth By Francisco Kjolseth June 9

With local and national acts, the Utah Blues Festival expands to two days of celebrating this ‘uniquely American art form’

By Tom Wharton June 9

Attempt at Great Salt Lake to break float record falls short

By The Associated Press June 8

Meet 5 Utah high school graduates taking different paths — including a gap year and going straight to work

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 8

Utah Inland Port meeting erupts in protest, with dozens ejected by officers and one arrested

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens June 5

See photos: Utah Muslims mark end of Ramadan with prayers, hugs and smiles

By The Salt Lake Tribune June 5

Persian kebabs and stews — spiked with nuts, herbs and spices — are a delight at Sumac Cafe in Cottonwood Heights

By Heather May June 5

No more free bags, a cannabis vendor and other news as Salt Lake City’s Downtown Farmers Market opens Saturday

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson June 5

'We’re done being disrespected’: Salt Lake City teachers walk out of meeting about salary increases

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 4

‘Live like Lizzy:’ Family and friends remember the 5-year-old girl for her joyful, loving nature

Jessica Miller By Jessica Miller June 4

‘I’m not going to hide anymore.’ Utah Pride Parade commemorates 50 years of gay rights.

Bethany Rodgers By Bethany Rodgers June 2

At least 40 students say Brigham Young University discriminates against those with disabilities. But the school says some of those accounts ‘are inaccurate.’

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 2

Utah Pride Festival will draw thousands to celebrate LGBTQ rights, 50 years since Stonewall riots

By The Salt Lake Tribune June 1