Gwyneth Paltrow insists Utah ski collision wasn't her fault
The trial in Utah has touched on themes ranging from skier’s etiquette to the power — and burden — of celebrity.
Utah's new social media law means kids need approval from parents
Two new laws prohibit kids under 18 from using social media overnight, require age verification, and open the door to lawsuits on behalf of children claiming social media harmed them.
Gwyneth Paltrow ski trial: Doctor says man suing actress 'lost his love for life' after crash
A retired optometrist is suing Paltrow for $300,000, claiming she recklessly crashed into him while skiing on a beginner run in Park City, Utah.
Gwyneth Paltrow's Utah ski accident trial brings doctors to stand
Doctors testified on the second day of trial in Utah, where Gwyneth Paltrow is accused of crashing into a skier at Deer Valley Resort, leaving him concussed and with four broken ribs.
Group saved from snowy trail thanks to rescuer's six-wheel drive Pinzgauer
The sheriff’s office said one of the men called his wife in Arizona and asked her to call for help, but the group still continued up the snowy trail.
Utah gets official new flag after Governor Cox signs bill, executive order
Utah's new "state flag" features a large yellow beehive — the state’s symbol for "Industry," also its motto.
Gwyneth Paltrow to stand trial for 2016 Utah ski slopes crash
Gwyneth Paltrow is accused in a lawsuit of crashing into a skier during a family ski vacation, leaving him with injuries. Paltrow has countered that he was actually the culprit in the collision.
Man dies at Arches National Park after getting medical attention
Park rangers said despite their best efforts, the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
American Airlines flight to Salt Lake City diverted after possible lightning strike: 'Very worried'
The American Airlines plane was inspected before continuing on.
Video shows Utah officers shoot man multiple times in fatal traffic stop
25-year-old Chase Allan was initially stopped by an officer for having what police later called an "illegitimate license plate."
Utah governor to sign bill banning abortion clinics
In Utah, hospitals will soon be the only places where abortions can be provided.
Sen. Mike Lee suspended by Twitter; Musk says error
Lee says, 'Twitter did not alert me ahead of time, nor have they yet offered an explanation.'
Teacher's TikTok plea helps clear thousands of dollars in school lunch debt
It all started when Garret Jones noticed the TikTok trend of people saying, "If someone would Venmo me a dollar I could ________."
Bullfrogs for dinner? Utah wildlife officials want you to catch – and eat – this invasive species
“Target the big ones — they have the most meat,” Lee Kay, a grounds supervisor at Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, said.
Hiker collapses, dies at Arches National Park
Park rangers said the victim was a 71-year-old man from Massachusetts who was with his wife and son.
Utah snowmobilers build fire, snow cave after becoming stranded in overnight winter storm
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office told FOX TV Stations that the men rode into a bowl-like depression on their snowmobiles and were unable to get out.
Freezing dog found tied to tree outside shelter during snowstorm
"Leaving them tied up with no shelter or water is a crime," officials said.
Utah governor says Taylor Greene's 'national divorce' proposal is 'evil'
After Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene called for a "national divorce" between Republican and Democratic-lead states, Utah's Republican governor responded by calling the idea "destructive and wrong and — honestly — evil,"
Engine failure forces plane to land on Utah highway
The pilot and the passenger told authorities they were heading from Phoenix to Ogden but realized they wouldn't be able to make it to the airport.
Utah teen dies after falling 150 feet while climbing near cliff, police say
The 17-year-old boy fell while climbing near cliff's edge at Hurricane Overlook in southern Utah.