SANDY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - The start of the 100 deadliest days of summer begins this weekend. As with every Memorial Day there will be more drivers on the roads, because of that, there will be more officers out there too.
Two local students are working to diminish what they call an epidemic of distracted driving at their school and also across the nation.
Drivers across the Wasatch Front braved dangerous driving conditions, Wednesday, after the biggest snowstorm of the season hit hard.
The attorney representing a large group of people suing the State of Utah is preparing to make oral arguments in court.
It is college football season, which means Utahans are doing plenty of tailgating and plenty of drinking.
"A lot of us are fathers in this procession, and to be able to deliver Officer Beck back to his son, his two daughters, and his wife, is just so overwhelming for us. We're just so grateful to be able to do this," said Col. Daniel Fuhr, Superintendent of Utah Highway Patrol.
"Honestly, we've just been so touched by the kindness, the gestures, that have been made in our regard. From the bottom of our heart, we want to thank everybody who has sent their prayers, sent their good wishes, and just reached out to us," said Elizabeth Krmpotich, Beck’s youngest sister.
CLEARFIELD, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) -- A Kaysville woman who was in a van with her husband and four children died after the vehicle rolled on Interstate 15 in Clearfield Saturday morning.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) – It has been a busy five weeks for the Utah Highway Patrol. Troopers have taken at least a thousand pounds of illegal drugs off the streets of Utah.
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper is glad to be at home resting this evening after his car was side swiped by a semi Sunday morning.