Yearly Archive:: 2010
A conservative state lawmaker wants to repeal a Utah law that exempts undocumented students who live here from paying full, out-of-state tuition.
A proposed bill in the state legislature would do away with clean fuel vehicle license plates in favor of vehicle decals. Identifying
The Utah Transit Authority received more than $37 million in New Starts funding from the Federal Transit Administration Monday. The money
A story scheduled to run in Thursday’s Salt Lake Tribune looks back at a century of caring for veterans of America’s World
Upset with the Salt Lake City Council’s decision to continue to allow dog owners to let their pets run off-leash
It took several months, but the U.S. Senate confirmed Scott Matheson, Jr., to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in the final
Herriman officials are raising concerns about Salt Lake County’s plans to sell 800 or more acres of Rose Canyon to Kennecott.
54 homeless Utahns died in 2010, down from 58 last year. That’s according to data compiled by nonprofits and agencies that work
LGBT-rights group Equality Utah is celebrating the completion of “10 in 10.” That’s ten municipalities throughout Utah that have passed or implemented
Tuesday's confirmation that Utah will pick up a fourth seat in the House of Representatives came as little surprise to the state,