Some of Mackenzie Lueck's remains were found at the home of Ayoola A. Ajayi, who was the last person she communicated with, authorities said.
Residents of wealthy neighborhoods are taking extreme measures to block much-needed housing and transportation projects.
The body of Mackenzie Lueck was recovered in a Utah canyon about 85 miles from a backyard where other remains were found last week, police said Friday.
The singer and co-founder of the LoveLoud Festival says he's more impassioned than ever to bring about change for the community.
Police said that 23-year-old MacKenzie Lueck took a Lyft ride from the airport to a Salt Lake City suburb where she does not live.
Officials said a harsh winter led the desperate animals to try and find food in the Utah garbage heap.
The GOP lawmaker, who is Mormon, hopes his story will remind others that "it’s OK to live authentically."
As the face of homelessness changes, politicians cling to limited policy ideas and quick fixes.
America’s homeless population may be on the decline but in wealthy, growing cities the issue is increasing.
The video of an alleged attack on a man after he was asked about his sexuality has gone viral.
Salt Lake City police said they've "made contact" with a suspect and are treating the incident as a hate crime.
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The former Disney Channel actor acknowledged to police that he had sent nude photos, and knew the person he was speaking with said he was 13 years old.
The recent beating of an 18-year-old Latino man and his father has drawn the debate over Utah's weak hate crime statute back into the spotlight.
The victim told police he was given a choice of being killed in the desert or having a nail driven into his penis.
Alan Dale Covington, 50, allegedly used a metal bar to beat a tire shop owner's 18-year-old son unconscious.
Organizers at the Imagine Dragons-headlining event say they have a “zero-tolerance policy” toward discrimination and will “continuously work” to improve it.
Mormon leaders were told her father abused his children, Kristy Johnson said, but they didn’t call the police.
It's not yet known if the autopilot was engaged. The car's driver suffered a broken ankle.
Army veteran Christopher Wilson, who was there for treatment, said the staff didn’t even acknowledge the mess.