Lightning-caused South Fork Fire contained with 13.2 total burnt acreage

The South Fork fire, spotted Monday Sept. 19 south of Vivian Park in Provo Canyon, is reported to have only burnt 13.2 acres instead of the estimated 23 acres and is now 75% contained, according to the Uintah-Wasatch-Cache National Forests.

The countdown starts: Utah burger chain The Training Table hints at reopening

The Training Table, a popular Utah restaurant, may be reopening soon. 

Provo Farmers Market celebrates 20th anniversary

More than 140 vendors gathered to kick off the 20th anniversary season of The Provo Farmers Market with fresh produce for Utah Valley residents on Saturday, Sept. 3.

Protesters rally in Salt Lake City after Roe v. Wade is overturned

Thousands of protesters gathered in Salt Lake City on Friday night for abortion rights and to protest the overturn of Roe v. Wade.

Utah Pride Festival creates a safe space for the LGBTQ community, kicks off Pride month

The Utah Pride Festival brought together thousands of people who gathered at Washington Square, Salt Lake City, to celebrate and kick off Pride month.

Drug trafficking in Utah, counterfeit pills on the rise

The Utah Highway Patrol has made some major drug busts in the last few months on Utah roads, but the number of agency-reported drug violations has stayed consistent over the last five years. Fentanyl is the primary drug being used to make counterfeit pills on the market right now and its usage is increasing.
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