Monthly Archive:: November 2010
Educators and other stake holders in Utah’s public education system met today at the 2010 Education Excellence Summit to talk about improving
Home sales in Utah for all housing types dropped 34 percent this October when compared to sales in October of 2009.
A state lawmaker plans to introduce a bill that allows Utah elected officials on active military duty to choose someone to temporarily
The American Lung Association says Utah falls short in funding efforts to help smokers quit. But David Neville with the Utah Tobacco
While Sunday’s snowstorm did cause some headaches for Salt Lake County residents when it came to shoveling sidewalks and commuting to work,
Despite near freezing temperatures, many Utahns set their alarm clocks for early wakeup calls to try and take advantage of retail sales
Salt Lake City parking meters are wrapped and topped with a bow for the next few weeks while the city offers free
A brighter economic outlook means more people will travel this Thanksgiving weekend, and those behind the wheel will be paying more at
Salt Lake City’s new taxi licensing regulations have their roots in a 10-year-old dispute.
(KCPW News) The Transportation Security Administration now requires travelers boarding flights to receive a thorough pat down if they refuse a full