Anti-ICE protesters arrested at contractor's Centerville headquarters

Management and Training Corporation

He said some of the protesters had chained themselves to the building.

Police & Fire

Body of missing Weber Innovation High teacher recovered in Willard Bay

Brandon Larsen

The body of a Perry man who went missing while paddleboarding in Willard Bay was found Wednesday morning.


Prosecutors will seek death penalty against Ogden duo accused of killing child

Brenda Emile Miller Costello child death case

Weber County may once again be the host to a possible death penalty case.


Loaded gun found atop baby changing table at Utah aquarium


Utah police are searching for the owner of a loaded gun left behind on a baby changing table in a women’s restroom at a suburban Salt Lake City aquarium.


Former Kaysville man who tried to kill ex-wife in 2013 denied parole until 2029

ONLINE ONLY Kristopher Ertmann mug

The parole board found Ertmann “hasn’t demonstrated adequate reduction in risk to re-offend,” a spokesperson said.


Honduran woman vows to fight for asylum from Utah church

Immigrant Church Sanctuary

A playground surrounded by a large shade tree stands right outside the First Unitarian Church in Salt Lake City, where Vicky Chavez and her two young daughters have been taking sanctuary for the past six months.


Cooler, wet weather helps crews fighting Utah wildfire

Western Wildfires-2

Wet weekend weather has helped crews fighting a Utah wildfire that torched dozens of buildings and forced more than 1,000 people from their homes.


New charges filed against girlfriend of accused teen killer

Missing Teens Bodies-1

New obstruction of justice charges are being filed against a Utah woman whose boyfriend is accused of killing two teenagers and abandoning their bodies in an abandoned mine shaft.


Navajo Nation urges expansion of radiation exposure law

Navajo Nation Radiation Exposure

The Navajo Nation is urging Congress to amend a federal law that compensates residents exposed to radiation.


Suit charges Davis jail returned prescription drugs to addict before overdose

Gregory Hayes jail death suit

The seventh death of a Davis County Jail inmate in a two-year period has resulted in a federal lawsuit alleging the jail fumbled the care of a man who was booked while overdosing on prescription medications.

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