Police say a drive-by shooting happened late Monday night near 300 North Main Street in Layton. One of the homes that was hit had two small kids in the living room at the time of the shooting.
Police all over the state are preparing for Wednesday's festivities. Departments want everyone to celebrate responsibly. Law enforcement has brought on extra patrols to cover the state on New Year's Eve for impaired driving and other drunken disorderly people.
Strong winds wreaked havoc in Davis County Tuesday morning. Rocky Mountain Power says it was the hardest hit because of the down slope winds.
Roy City Firefighters not only saved a home from being completely destroyed, they saved Christmas for a 4-year-old girl.
Most kids are excited for a good report card --and they should be -- but a 12 year old girl from South Jordan just achieved something that not many others get to do.
Police are investigating a shooting death at the 100 East 525 North in Cedar City. Two people are in custody.
Do you know someone in the community that has demonstrated heroism through extraordinary acts of courage and kindness? If so, the American Red Cross wants to hear from you.
Flooding can cause major natural disasters, and this week, we have seen our fair share of them across the state. Richard Woodruff from the American Red Cross of Utah joined us in studio to share tips on how to deal with these natural disasters.
Are you ready to play some tennis for a good cause? The "Of Love" Tennis Tournament and Fundraiser takes place this week. The purpose of the tournament is to bring the Utah tennis community together in a fun and friendly environment in order to raise money for juvenile diabetes research.
What are you having for lunch on Sunday? Maybe you should add some watermelon to your dish-after all, it is National Watermelon Day!