Monthly Archive:: June 2010
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch praised the legacy of Senator Robert Byrd today after learning of the 92-year-old’s death. Byrd joined the
Salt Lake City officials say lack of interest from the state has killed a proposal to combine the city and state emergency
In 2007, Utah had one of the largest outbreaks of crypto in U.S. history, with nearly 2,000 cases of the parasitic disease.
Representative Greg Hughes, who was elected UTA Board Chairman earlier this week, owns property near a TRAX stop that some believe should
Mike Lee just won the Republican Senate primary this week, conquering opponent Tim Bridgewater in a tight race. Now, he’ll face
Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon just unveiled his economic plan for Utah as he runs as the Democratic candidate for Governor.
The Red Butte Creek oil spill has many Salt Lake City residents wondering whether it’s time to embrace cleaner energy sources.
The focus was on human rights during an immigration forum hosted by a conservative think tank in Salt Lake City this morning
Governor Gary Herbert has decided to have the state manage the high-risk insurance pool mandated by the federal health care reform law
Fumes from the oil spill in Salt Lake City that spurred reports of frequent headaches, nausea and asthma attacks are subsiding. Now,