‘We’re losing these unique places’: A historic Sugar House community known as ‘Hobbitville’ faces an uncertain future

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 2d ago

Air quality continues to deteriorate, with no relief expected until later this week

Francisco Kjolseth By Francisco Kjolseth 3d ago

‘There was a sense of panic’: Two people shot at Fashion Place mall

Bethany Rodgers By Bethany Rodgers 4d ago

Is a ‘Redmen’ mascot racist or does it honor Native Americans? The debate is dividing a southern Utah town.

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty 4d ago

A Utah lawmaker wants to make it a crime to lie about needing an emotional support animal

Bethany Rodgers By Bethany Rodgers 5d ago

New Salt Lake City bar — named after one of Utah’s most infamous madams — opens on Main Street

By Brodi Ashton 6d ago

Utah’s IRS workers protest the government shutdown and some seek help from a food pantry

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson January 10

Get acquainted with the spicy, filling street foods of India at this vegetarian restaurant in West Jordan

By Heather L. King January 10

‘The city’s a bit darker without Joe’: Provo Police hold candlelight vigil honoring slain Officer Joseph Shinners, remembered as tough but empathetic

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins , taylor stevens January 9

Ice Castles, Utah’s frozen walk-through art installation, returns for a ninth year

By The Salt Lake Tribune January 7

Disappointed international visitors get to Arches only to find the gate closed. How about seeing a film about the park or going bowling?

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens January 7

Restored booths and other antiques from Salt Lake City’s Lamb’s Grill reappear at this Orem restaurant

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson January 4

Utah National Guard unit deploys to NSA headquarters in Maryland, will be gone more than a year

By The Salt Lake Tribune January 2

Along Utah’s Jordan River, birders of a feather count together at yuletide

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly January 2

Sen. Orrin Hatch’s 42-year legacy includes passing sweeping legislation, working across the aisle and sidling up to Trump

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr December 30, 2018

The images that defined 2018, as seen by The Salt Lake Tribune’s photographers

Rachel Molenda By Rachel Molenda December 30, 2018

Rudy Gobert leading the NBA in dunks; Trey Burke returns

Andy Larsen By Andy Larsen December 29, 2018

This skier spends up to $15K to bring his family to Utah for Christmas. He says with the new tough drunken driving law, he won’t be back next year.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner December 29, 2018

8 Salt Lake City restaurants that closed for good in 2018

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson December 28, 2018

The future of a huge Salt Lake City development hinges on how to honor Japantown and get $15M for a big parking garage

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 28, 2018

The 9 best dishes our reviewers ate in 2018 were an eclectic mix of unfussy foods and ethnic meals

By Heather L. King, Heather May and Larrisa Beth Turner December 27, 2018

Demolition starts at an eyesore on Salt Lake City’s State Street — with hopes of replacing it with affordable housing

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 27, 2018

Utah in 2018: Medical marijuana passes, McAdams prevails, Romney rolls, a rookie rises, a patriot falls, Nelson is in, and ‘Mormon’ is out

David Noyce By David Noyce December 27, 2018

Neighbors hope to restore the mineral baths at Salt Lake City’s Warm Springs as a healing community hub

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 26, 2018