Authorities are searching for the person who allegedly grabbed a woman, whispered Spanish into her ear, then tore open her blouse.
The Salt Lake City viaduct that runs from 500 W. to 700 W. on 1300 S. was built in the seventies, and it shows.
A legislative proposal to balance gay rights with religious liberties is now becoming a reality. Utah lawmakers passed Senate Bills 296 and 297 late Wednesday night, and now many citizens are celebrating.
With the help of a persistent store clerk and fast-acting officers, law-enforcement authorities caught four accused criminals, Tuesday.
Friends, family, and former constituents gathered to pay their final respects to former Salt Lake City Mayor, Deedee Corradini, Monday.
Global leader for women's rights, women's ski jumping and Salt Lake City's only female mayor died March 1 at her home in Park City.
Lawmakers took the first step in passing what many call a "monumental compromise," Thursday, when a committee approved Senate Bill 296.
A dog owner is mourning the death of her puppy, Wednesday, after her ex-boyfriend allegedly threw it off a three-story balcony.
Investigators are piecing together the events that led up to law-enforcement officers shooting a 29-year old man, Tuesday morning.
After months of planning and preparation, the Utah Dept. of Transportation is ready to hit the road. Construction crews will begin working on "The Point Project," Sunday night.