BYU alumnus creates CheckUp system to better healthcare

BYU alum Riley Adamson doesn't think of his healthcare startup as simply a way to make money. He views it as a way to...

Overdose reversal drugs may help curb opioid deaths

Naloxone, an opioid antagonist, is now available without a prescription in Utah County and is one step in overcoming Utah’s high opioid mortality.According to...

Criminal record cleared for BYU student accused of groping

The criminal record of a Brigham Young University student accused of groping women while he jogged on campus has been cleared after he completed...

Black Lives Matter gaining traction in Utah, seeking answers

Black Lives Matter protests in Provo and Salt Lake City have not received nationwide attention, but Utah's small band of Black Lives Matter activists have made their voices heard. On July 9, hundreds gathered in front of the Salt Lake City police headquarters for a peaceful protest against nationwide police brutality, and more protests are planned later in the month.

Police Beat July 6-19

BYUTrespassingJuly 15 — A couple was getting their engagement pictures taken on the LaVell Edwards Stadium field and triggered the alarm. Police responded and found...

Officials: Utah brush fire may have been arson

TOOELE, Utah (AP) — Officials were investigating Wednesday whether someone intentionally set a brush fire that destroyed 10 homes in a northern Utah mobile home park and left dozens of people displaced.
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