Society is one step closer to curing Ebola virus, thanks to researchers at the University of Utah.
Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints addressed millions of members throughout the world, Saturday, for the 184th Semiannual General Conference.
It is no secret that the LDS church is growing, and nothing proves that more than ‘conference weekend.’
Doctors at Primary Children’s Hospital have admitted a patient with a ‘possible but unlikely’ case of Ebola.
Two construction firms have filed liens against Park City Film Studios, after the owner failed to pay them on time.
Dozens of families are left sorting through rubble, after heavy flooding destroyed their homes.
Nearly 300 college kids were left stranded in the rain, after their unauthorized camping trip turned into a muddy mess.
Local gospel artists will display their work at next week’s Gospel in Art exhibit, but one woman gave Good 4 Utah an exclusive preview.
Saturday is ‘National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day,’ and health officials say Utahans need to participate now more than ever.
The Food & Drug Administration is calling out two local companies, after distributors claimed their products cure diseases like cancer and Ebola.