Monthly Archive:: June 2010
The Utah Supreme Court’s decision that the state must accept electronic signatures on petitions is “groundbreaking,” according to Lt. Governor Greg Bell.
Utah lawmakers met in committee this morning to discuss the possibility the state’s unemployment fund will run out. KCPW'S Whittney Evans reports
Chevron shut down its Red Butte Canyon pipeline for a week following the oil spill that dumped 800 barrels of crude into
Attorney Mike Lee narrowly beat opponent Tim Bridgewater in last night’s GOP Senate primary, with a roughly 4,000-vote lead. The two candidates
Incumbent Congressman Jim Matheson easily survived last night’s Democratic primary election against Claudia Wright, advancing him to the November race for Utah’s
The state of Utah should have accepted electronic signatures submitted by an independent candidate for governor to be on the ballot this
Five-term Congressman Jim Matheson’s first ever challenge from within his own party culminates today, when Democratic voters choose between him and Claudia
Although the general election isn’t until November, political scientists in Utah would say that given the state’s heavily Republican bent, the U.S.
Oil-soaked geese were one of the most visible signs of the Red Butte Creek pipeline spill, but it also affected what lives
Chevron has reopened a 13.75 mile segment of pipeline that’s been shut down since it leaked 33,000 gallons, or about 800 barrels,