'Matilda the Musical' brings Roald Dahl's children's tale to S.L.'s Eccles Theater
The touring production of “Matilda the Musical” will play at the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City Feb. 21-26.
Two arrested in case of injured teen girl found in Smithfield ditch
Two people have been arrested in connection with a critically injured girl left in a ditch in Smithfield.
Bill would make attempted strangulation a felony crime
What started as a spat in a South Salt Lake hotel room has renewed prosecutors’ push to toughen a Utah law against attempted strangulation. Critics say the proposal is too broad and would allow convictions without evidence.
Presidents Day expected to be busiest day in 12 years at Salt Lake airport
Travelers beware. Today is expected to be the busiest day at the Salt Lake City International Airport in the past 12 years, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
Utah's anesthesia abortion law unenforced
Utah enacted a law requiring that fetuses receive anesthesia before elective abortions starting at 20 weeks gestation. Nine months later, the only licensed clinic providing those abortions says no changes have been made in how doctors perform them.
Oregon, Montana want to host Outdoor Retailer show
Tourism officials in Oregon and Montana are courting a trade show for outdoor retailers that is leaving Utah after the state's stance on public lands sparked some brands to boycott the biannual event.
Utahns gather for Not My President's Day rally
Boisterous, passionate and armed with their convictions, a couple hundred people participated in a protest march and rally in Salt Lake City. The event called "Not My President's Day" was to express their opposition to President Donald J. Trump.
Lego robots help teach kids about engineering, math
A dozen students from Jackson Elementary in the Salt Lake School District came out on Monday to learn robotics and architecture with Zaniac, an after-school program designed to teach science, technology, engineering and math.
A parting of such sweet sorrow for a fan of Shakespeare
Scott Phillips, the Utah Shakespeare Festival's first full-time hire back in 1977, is set to exit stage left after 40 phenomenal years.
12-year-old boy dies following snowmobile crash in Wasatch County
A 12-year-old boy died Monday following a snowmobile crash, police confirmed.