Monthly Archive:: October 2009
Earlier this year Edward Perry’s heart and lungs began shutting down, and his doctors had a difficult time diagnosing the problem.
The Salt Lake Chamber is drafting a proposal for state lawmakers to recommend methods of bridging an anticipated $850 million budget shortfall.
A new report from the Utah Foundation shows the state is falling behind in national rankings for college graduation, particularly among young
On a special edition of KCPW's Politics Up Close, moderator Jeff Robinson hosted an in-studio debate between Mike Winder and Kevin Fayles,
The largest nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment provider in Utah is about to lay off 10 percent of its staff
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce describes itself as the world’s largest business federation, representing three million businesses from all sectors. But
Salt Lake County kicked off its 2010 Census efforts today. Government leaders are reaching out to the community to get the word
Hill Air Force Base has been selected to house one to three squadrons of the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter, though
Traffic congestion in the booming communities on the west side of Utah Lake has spurred a proposal for a toll bridge. Reed
Public support for Salt Lake City’s public safety bond is high, but a small, vocal group going by the name of Citizens