"Evermore" is the pop star's latest album—but also the name of a theme park in Pleasant Grove, Utah.
Julie Cordell-Seamons, an actress, had several flags stolen last Halloween, including the pride flag. But on Saturday, she found the flag on her porch with a handwritten note.
Coronavirus outbreaks at Utah mink farms have "greatly worsened since August," according to the Utah Animal Rights Coalition (UARC).
"I think it's pretty clear that over the last year or so there has been an effort to corrupt the election of the United States," the Republican senator said.
The Utah lawmakers said the move was a "serious mistake" that would hurt the economy.
The former adoption attorney, who was the Maricopa County Asessor for six years, was sentenced to six years in December.
Large bruises and lacerations were found on the child's arms, legs and face, according to officials.
Following the discovery of a monolith in the Utah desert in November, the structures have been popping up all around the world.
The player was just named Pac-12 newcomer of the year, prior to his unexpected death from a gunshot wound.
Michael Lopez, 23, is facing a charge of first-degree aggravated murder after police said he fatally shot his mother at the dinner table of their home in Springville, Utah.
Halverson and other pilots were participants in "Operation Little Vittles," which dropped tons of candy to German children near the beginning of the Cold War.
A golden monolith has reportedly been found in Chia, Columbia, making it the latest in a string of mysterious discoveries around the world.
Monoliths continue to appear across the world as the objects have recently been spotted on an English beach and in a Colombian field.
The discovery comes after several metallic obelisks were discovered in remote locations in Utah, California and Romania.
It's probably not aliens leaving the mysterious monoliths across the globe, but we can hope.
The monolith was discovered by walkers this week, with photos of the three-sided, 10-foot tall piece of stainless steel shared on social media.
As once quoted in "The Simpsons"—"The End... of high prices!" Could the mysterious monoliths just be a marketing stunt?
The Bureau of Land Management has said that the object was removed "by an unknown party."
The agency that administers the area said it has received "credible reports" the structure was removed "by an unknown party."
A mysterious monolith has somehow wound up in a remote Utah desert in a peculiar turn of events that has drawn comparisons to Stanley Kubrick's 1968 science fiction epic.
"It is my choice, it is my body and I have every right to choose what I want I want to do, every risk I want to take!" a maskless woman in Utah was captured saying.
The way he used technology in the video confused some, too.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem continues to resist widespread public calls for increased mitigation protocols—despite skyrocketing COVID-19 cases reported throughout the state.
Intermountain Utah Valley Hospital has changed security measures to deal with people trying to enter building under false pretenses.
The Trump campaign has made unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud in several key states since November 3.
The man reportedly made "several real threats" against McCaskill while intoxicated and "belligerent."
The seven-day rolling average of daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Utah has been rising sharply since early September.
"Utah is in a very serious situation. COVID-19 is the most devastating when hospitals are overwhelmed and unable to provide good care to everyone who needs it," Governor Gary Herbert tweeted.
Lee's comments drew criticism and accusations of blasphemy from some members of the Latter-day Saints