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Missing rain pants were the last straw for this Utah former ski jumper. It was time to Marie Kondo.

By Larrisa Beth Turner | Special to The Tribune 5d ago

Salt Lake City’s Georgia Apartments are closed. Most residents found homes, but the future is uncertain for some.

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins 5d ago

A Utah man’s family and caregivers make sure he gets to hear the piano one last time

Leah Hogsten By Leah Hogsten February 15

Three schools are within a mile of what’s called Utah’s largest development project ever. But right now, they have no say in its future.

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens February 12

‘I don’t know what to do’: As shocked residents of an apartment complex in Salt Lake City are forced to evacuate, some tenants wonder where they’ll sleep Thursday night

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens February 11

Lindsey Vonn finishes her skiing career with an emotional run and a third-place finish

By Cindy Boren | The Washington Post February 10

Her friends were horrified. But a Utah actress has found new insight in playing a baker who won’t make a cake for a same-sex wedding.

By Heather May | Special to The Tribune February 10

Mark’s final battle: Awaiting the day he no longer will be able to breathe, Utah veteran soldiers on with a smile against an enemy he won’t defeat

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack February 10

Utah’s skiers and snowboarders took advantage of the snow dumped by a series of big storms

Francisco Kjolseth By Francisco Kjolseth February 7

January in Utah: Here are the best photographs from The Salt Lake Tribune

Rachel Molenda By Rachel Molenda February 5

Shipping containers turned into an affordable apartment building? A Salt Lake City company plans to make it happen, but obstacles remain.

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 4

The centennial of the transcontinental railroad all but excluded the Chinese workers who helped build it. As Utah marks the 150th anniversary, their stories are being told.

Scott D. Pierce By Scott D. Pierce February 3

A homeless Salt Lake City couple have had a housing voucher for weeks but can’t find an apartment. They remain living on the street.

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens February 3

After daughter’s accident, immigrant family opens taqueria in West Valley City, feeding tacos to late-night workers and hungry partiers

By Heather May | Special to The Tribune January 30

2 ramen restaurants serving big bowls of steaming noodle soup have opened 400 feet apart in downtown Salt Lake City — yet each one is distinct

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson January 30

One of Utah’s oldest restaurants —The Oaks in Ogden Canyon — closes as owners work to sell the property

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson January 28

5 new — or updated — Park City restaurants to try during the Sundance Film Festival or after the crowds go home

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson January 23

Federal airport employees working without pay at least get pizza from Salt Lake City mayor

By The Salt Lake Tribune January 22

‘I would do this forever if my body didn’t hurt so much’: Christopher Ruud retiring after 20 years at Ballet West

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means January 20

A Utah cheesemaker finds fans on all sides of a polygamous church

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle January 20

Lake Powell could become a ‘dead pool’ as climate change, political wars and unabated growth drain its waters

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly January 20

‘I’m here to fight the system’: Hundreds rally in Salt Lake City during third-annual women’s march

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson January 19

It’s quiet in Zion National Park as the shutdown drags on, but the tourists are expected to return this holiday weekend

By Tom Wharton | Special to The Tribune January 17

‘We’re losing these unique places’: A historic Sugar House community known as ‘Hobbitville’ faces an uncertain future

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens January 15