Utah drivers in most DUI fatals test well above .08 percent
Lawmakers and others say a .05 blood-alcohol limit will save lives and keep social drinkers off the road. Data collected by the state show that many drivers involved in fatal DUI crashes aren't deterred by the current .08 limit.
West Bountiful man killed, wife injured in London terror attack
A West Bountiful man was killed and his wife injured in a terrorist attack in London on Wednesday while the couple was visiting the woman's parents, who are serving an LDS mission in England.
A.M. notes: '97 Jazz reunite, residents protest homeless shelters, London attack fallout, major day for health care bill
Want to get ahead of the news to start your day? Here's a look at the top world, national, Utah and trending news for March 23.
Pixar president explains what you can learn from the failures of 'Up!'
Day two of Domopalooza kicked off with Ed Catmull, the president of Pixar Animation Studios, who spoke a lot about failure.
This tech company wants to pay employees $10K to leave San Francisco
As Mashable reported, the company Zapier, an apps integration company based out of Mountain View, California, started a program that offers employees $10,000 to leave San Francisco.
Herbert signs bill lowering blood-alcohol limit to .05 percent
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert on Thursday signed the controversial bill that lowers the legal blood-alcohol limit to .05 percent, stressing repeatedly it is an issue of public safety.
See why FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver is suddenly 'worried' about data
Nate Silver, the editor-in-chief of FiveThirtyEight, spoke at Domopalooza's second day about the importance of data.
Could Utah become a blue state? Why expert Nate Silver says it already is
Nate Silver, the editor-in-chief of the data driven FiveThirtyEight, opened his speech at Thursday’s Domopalooza by saying he found Utah fascinating. Here's why.
Weekend planner: Concerts and Holi Festival of Colors
Among the things to do this week are the Holi Festival of Colors, "The Little Mermaid" ballet, a travel lecture and concerts by Eric Church, Tien Hsieh, Taj Mahal, Fry String Quartet and Joe McQueen Quartet.
Colorado horse abuse investigation leads deputies to Utah
A criminal investigation in Colorado led to the discovery of four malnourished horses in Monticello, according to a recently unsealed search warrant.