Monthly Archive:: September 2010
Salt Lake County has selected a new behavioral health administrator, and the company it’s contracted for 23 years is protesting the decision.
A Utah environmental group is appealing the state’s decision to permit a Canadian company to mine tar sands in eastern Utah. Earth
States’ rights led Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff to join a brief challenging a federal judge’s decision to overturn California’s Proposition 8.
A delegation of Utah elected officials is in Arizona on a fact-finding trip. They’re gathering information on that state’s controversial immigration bill
A local business owner says the Small Business Job Creation Act President Barack Obama signed into law Monday is going to help
The state’s largest teacher’s union is endorsing Democrat Sam Granato in the U.S. Senate race. The Utah Education Association announced its
The Machine Gun Fire charred 4,300 acres last week but Herriman residents now face a new danger: mudslides. KCPW’s Elizabeth Ziegler reports
Dozens of bicyclists poured into Salt Lake City’s Intermodal Hub Saturday to celebrate the grand opening of the Bicycle Transit Center. KCPW’s
The third phase of an ambitious trail system that one day will link the Bonneville Shoreline Trail on the valley’s east bench
Republican Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz is seething over the decision to invite satirical Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert to testify before the