Utah Ski Resorts Giddy Over Olympic Bid, Worried By DUI LawUtah ski officials kick off the new season energized by the growing possibility of another Winter Olympics bid and buoyed by two straight seasons of record visitation. But there's also some concern that publicity surrounding the state's strict new DUI law that goes into effect next year may keep skiers and snowboarders away by adding to the long-held stigma that visitors can't have fun in Utah.
Suspect In Utah, Colorado Murders Strolled In Library During ManhuntAn ex-con accused of killing a University of Utah student from China casually strolled multiple floors of a downtown Salt Lake City library about 15 hours after the fatal shooting and amid a massive manhunt.
Critics Maintain Utah Mustang Meeting A 'Slaughter Summit'Federal scientists and mostly rural interests are gathering at a wild horse conference in Utah that mustang-protection advocates maintain is a thinly veiled effort to promote increased roundups and eventual slaughter of tens of thousands of animals from California to Colorado without public input.
Soldiers Re-Enlist In A Special Way, Video Goes ViralSome soldiers went the extra mile when they decided to extend their service to the U.S.
Amur Leopard Cubs Unveiled In Vet CheckupThe Utah Hogle Zoo gave its Facebook viewers a sneak peek at two new Amur leopard cubs.
Salt Lake Leaders Ask Outdoor Show To Reconsider LeavingThe Salt Lake City Council wants the lucrative Outdoor Retailer show to reconsider its decision to leave Utah after two decades.
Street Racing? Woman, Newborn Critical After CrashA teenager police say was allegedly street racing crashed into a pregnant woman from Colorado Springs.
Colorado Group Tries To Lure Outdoor Retailer Show From UtahA Colorado land conservation group is highlighting why the state would be a better home for the Outdoor Retailer show than Salt Lake City with advertisements in Utah's two largest newspapers.
Park City Dwellers Slam Vail Resort's Trademark AttemptPark City residents are fighting an attempt by the owner of a ski resort to trademark the name of their city.
Grand Junction Man Gets At Least 15 Years In Girl's Beating DeathA Colorado man who pleaded guilty to killing his Utah girlfriend with a shovel when they were both teenagers will serve at least 15 years in prison.
Appeals Court Backs Ban On Snowboarders At Utah Ski ResortA Utah ski resort can hold onto its status as one of the last in the country to ban snowboarders on its slopes, a federal appeals court decided Tuesday.
Colorado Man Pleads Guilty In Teen Girlfriend's DeathAn 18-year-old Grand Junction man accused of killing his teenage girlfriend in Utah because he thought she was pregnant has pleaded guilty to murder.