Utah’s hospitals prepare to ration care as a record number of coronavirus patients flood their ICUs

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty , sean p. means 3d ago

No. 12 BYU hammers Texas State 52-14 to improve to 6-0

Norma Gonzalez By Norma Gonzalez 3d ago

Downtown Farmers Market wraps up its outdoor season Saturday

By The Salt Lake Tribune 3d ago

Rose-rescuers save beloved blooms from demolition site

By The Salt Lake Tribune 4d ago

UnsafeU protests Sim Gill ahead of the anniversary of Lauren McCluskey’s killing

Leah Hogsten By Leah Hogsten 6d ago

RSL defeats Portland Timbers 2-1 in MLS surprise

Andy Larsen By Andy Larsen October 14

Utah celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day with speeches, song and dance

By The Salt Lake Tribune October 12

Vice presidential debate in Utah shows contrast but leaves important questions unanswered

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens October 7

Debate attracts liberal, conservative protest groups to the University of Utah

Leia Larsen By Leia Larsen October 7

Utahns want a cleaner, more wild Jordan River, with improved safety

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad October 5

Can gravel mining and world-class cherry orchards coexist in Utah?

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly October 4

Sen. Kamala Harris, in Utah early ahead of vice president debate, visits This Is the Place monument

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner October 3

Utah Royals, OL Reign honor Breonna Taylor, tie 2-2

Alex Vejar By Alex Vejar September 26

‘It’s a challenge' — How the coronavirus is limiting temple worship for Utah Hindus

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack September 26

Utah’s Jewish community celebrates High Holy Days virtually or distanced during pandemic

By The Salt Lake Tribune September 18

Utahns can donate wood from trees felled by the windstorm to help Navajo elders

Trent Nelson By Trent Nelson September 16

Salt Lake City’s new $4.1 billion airport is now open, has a smooth takeoff

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson September 15

Salt Lake City schools finally started. Here’s how the first day went for this sixth grader.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner September 14

A toast to 100 years at Log Haven

By Heather May September 13

Sandy’s ‘Healing Field' marks 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks

Francisco Kjolseth By Francisco Kjolseth September 11

Salt Lake County camping cleanups come under scrutiny and spark conflict as winter approaches

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens September 10

Utah declares state of emergency after windstorm knocked down thousands of trees

Norma Gonzalez By Norma Gonzalez , taylor stevens, sean p. means, September 9

Hurricane-force winds kill one, topple hundreds of trees and knock out power for 170,000 residents

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner , taylor stevens, leia larsen, September 8

Garfield County residents say their votes are being suppressed by clerk’s registration hurdles

Zak Podmore By Zak Podmore September 6