A Utah judge decided that a 17-year-old would be moved into the adult jail population and held without bail after he was accused of killing another teenager who apparently sold him cooking spices instead of marijuana.
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, the longest-serving Senate Republican, is finally leaving Congress. He has announced that he won’t be seeking re-election at the end of this year.
A group of Utah high school students were disciplined after video of them shouting and giggling while saying, “Fuck niggers,” blew up on social media.
Racism hits the heartland in the form of cheery, blond cheerleaders gleefully chanting the n-word.
Black Lives Matter has turned its latest protests to Utah, where 50-year-old Patrick Harmon was shot by a police officer as he attempted to run away from officers.
There’s hateration, and then there’s hating on the next level. Case in point: a Salt Lake City man got a “crying face LeBron James” tattoo on his leg because he says it will bring him a lifetime of joy.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) is chairman of the House oversight committee, and his foot looks like something out of a Terminator movie. I don’t trust shaky Chaffetz as far as I can throw him, so who even knows if the photo he posted to Facebook on Wednesday is even his foot, but if it is, his foot is a mess.
In yet another move meant to cement his legacy as an environmental advocate, President Barack Obama recently designated 1.35 million acres of land in Utah for a new national monument, one meant to protect Native lands and precious environmental resources.
For two-and-a-half months, Gale Griffin and her husband, Wendell Harvey, a military couple with top security clearance, sat in an Arkansas jail after bags of baking soda tested positive for cocaine because of a faulty drug-test kit used by police.
A Draper, Utah, man is accused of yelling a racial slur at a neighbor's son before attacking the boy's father with a "stun cane" during a confrontation over his choice of words, KSL.com reports.
Health officials are stumped after a Utah caregiver became infected with the Zika virus after caring for an elderly patient who has the disease.
In what surely is a check against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (though she will not admit it), Utah Rep. Mia Love said she will not be attending the party’s convention next month, and will instead visit Israel with a congressional delegation.