The at-risk students that attend Westridge Academy in West Jordan participate in regular high school activities, although winning is not what is important.
A Motor Cop and K9s surprised Heartland Elementary School students by arriving at their safety assembly.
The West Jordan City Council approved a set of ethics standards for elected officials.
The West Jordan City Council approved a full closure of 7000 South at the Bangerter Highway intersection for up to 60 days beginning in fall 2017.
Twenty-three acres of airport property by Wheatland Estates may soon become a residential development.
Less than a month after the 2016 Summer Olympics ended, West Jordan teens gathered for some summer games of their own: The Bingham Creek Library Chocolate Olympics.
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and more than 250 communities across the nation host special festivities called Buddy Walks to promote acceptance of people with Down syndrome, a genetic chromosomal disorder.
Kimmie Hansen has Dravet syndrome, which has left her with several disabilities, but she has lived a full and meaning life.
The Jordan School district may have found a way to avoid year-round schedules at populated schools.
One Bluffdale artist continues to adapt her style as computer graphics change the way people view calligraphy.