Former U.S. House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz mulling a political comebackpackerfansamNewsBreak Contributor
“Fences Go Up near the Rio Grande Depot: A Closer Look at Homelessness in Salt Lake City”P world news networkNewsBreak Contributor
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The Eccles Theater Will Have Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatS. F. MoriNewsBreak Contributor
Celebrate Korea in SLC: A Korean FestivalS. F. MoriNewsBreak Contributor
Kouri Richins' attorney requests video of jail cell search that uncovered 'Walk The Dog' letter
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — The legal back-and-forth surrounding a Kamas woman accused of poisoning her husband then writing a children’s book about grief is getting more intense. Her defense team is pushing back against the state’s request to cut off all contact between Kouri Richins and her mother.
Park City’s Alpine Slide vandalized, police seeking suspects
Park City Police are searching for suspects of vandalism at Park City's Alpine Slide.
Suicide attempt survivor shares message of hope for Suicide Awareness Month
Alert: This story discusses suicide and may be triggering for some people. September is Suicide Awareness Month and a local woman shares her struggles with depression and her message of hope. By all appearances, Kay Harrison has a good life. Married for 48 years with four children, she is a...
Tonight: Kouri Richins case in hour-long Dateline episode
PARK CITY, Utah — NBC’s Dateline will air a new, hour-long “Page Turner” episode tonight centered on Kouri Richins, who is accused of killing her husband, Eric Richins, last year. […]
Summit County judge retiring
Summit County Council will select the new judge from qualified candidates. Summit County Justice Court Judge Shauna Kerr will leave at the end of this year. Candidates to take her place have until October 23 to apply. They must be at least 25 years old and a Utah resident of...
Parkite invites the public to take a ride with The Park City App
For information about The Park City App, visit Google Play and IOS. Drivers interested in working with Bretz can call him at 917-575-1955 or email him at email@example.com. Zachary Bretz, who moved to Park City from New York via San Francisco in 2020, has experienced a few terrifying ride-share episodes.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Pets Up for Adoption in Park City, UT
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Park City.
Gordo property on SR 248 seen as future park and ride
In 2021 the city looked at building a soil repository on the Gordo property, which is directly across SR 248 from Richardson Flat Road, between PC Hill and the Park City Recreation Complex at Quinn’s Junction. The idea was to take contaminated dirt from other construction projects in town...
Wastewater services and 911 service agreement approved at Summit County Council meeting
Summit County Councilmember Tonja Hanson recaps the meeting on Sept. 20. Approval of a wastewater system for the County Haven subdivision near Kamas. Approval of an interlocal cooperation agreement for basic 911 services between North Summit, South Summit, and Park City Fire Departments. Public hearing on moderate income housing plans.
SNAPPED: Snow falls at Deer Valley Resort
PARK CITY, Utah — Good news for winter sports enthusiasts, snowfall has been spotted in Park City. Photos shared by Deer Valley Resort showed snowflakes falling yesterday at 7:10 p.m.
Police Log: high-speed chase reaches Wyoming, multiple drug charges
Wednesday, September 13 Possession of methamphetamine, fentanyl During a traffic stop near Mister Car Wash in Kimball Junction, it was discovered that the driver had multiple warrants out for his […]
Final Park Silly Sunday Market of the season approaches
Silly Sunday's Kate McChesney talks about the final market of the season and the future of the market on Main Street. McChesney highlights some of the unique things happening on Sunday, September 24th, including a pet adoption event and additional musical acts that will go an extra hour.
Two Park City Police lieutenants promoted to captain
PARK CITY, Utah — Two Park City Police Department lieutenants were promoted to captain late last week. According to a Police Department press release, the restructuring will help the department […]
U.S. Ski & Snowboard holds garage-sale-style merch blowout
PARK CITY, Utah — U.S. Ski & Snowboard has two opportunities for skiing and snowboarding fans to pick up exclusive U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team merchandise before the snow starts […]
Wasatch Peaks Ranch resort rezoning referendum gets green light from judge
PETERSON, Utah — The future of a luxury Utah ski resort may be in jeopardy due to a legal battle with local residents. Located in Morgan County, the Wasatch Peaks […]
Investigation of illegal disposal in stormwater system underway
Last week, someone dumped a bucket of unknown substances into one of the storm water grates located in Prospector. Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District General Manager Mike Luers says while that’s something the district would be able to handle if it was dumped into the sewer system, it’s illegal to deliberately dispose of unwanted grease or other materials in either the sewer or stormwater systems.
Sunday Drive: A hike to tranquility
Blue skies and puffy white clouds reflected off shimmering ripples of water in the clear mountain lake. Up above was Clayton Peak, standing sentinel along the ridgelines between Big Cottonwood Canyon and the Wasatch Back. For years, Bloods Lake was somewhat of a clandestine destination for hikers from Guardsman Pass,...
Park City Mayor Nann Worel recaps council retreat
Park City Mayor Nann Worel has a recap of the council's semi-annual retreat. Worel discusses the purpose of the retreat, during which elected leaders identify the critical priorities of the council. Some topics of discussion included outdoor recreation accessability to local residents, parking, afforable housing challenges, power substation relocation efforts, and more.
California man accused of pocketing money from Utahn earmarked for movie project
PARK CITY — A California man who allegedly solicited $100,000 from a Summit County resident to make a movie but then never made the movie and never refunded the money is facing criminal charges. Thomas Allan Windham, 67, of Brea, California, was charged Wednesday in 3rd District Court with...
Miners football stays undefeated with win over Cottonwood
The Park City Miners football team coasted to a 42-7 victory over the winless Cottonwood Colts on Friday night. The Miners move to 7-0 on the season and 4-0 in Region 10. Miners quarterback Sebastian Bodily had a big first half with two touchdown passes and a 55-yard touchdown run. The Colts converted a fumble into a touchdown early in the third quarter to make the score 21-7, but the game never got any closer. Park City immediately answered with a 97-yard touchdown drive. The defense then took over as Cottonwood never mounted a serious threat afterwards. Park City scored two more times, including a 55-yard fumble recovery by Brian Walsh for the final score.