Monthly Archive:: April 2011

Utah Files Suit Over Wild Lands Issue

Utah leaders say they are tired of playing games with the federal government. Today the Governor, along with other state leaders announced

Politics Up Close: Kennecott, Air Quality & the Environment

When you talk about air quality in Utah, the conversation usually turns to Kennecott Utah Copper, the second largest copper producer in

Politics Up Close: Jim Dabakis Runs for Dem. Party Chair

Jim Dabakis has had a lot of job titles over the years, like businessman, radio host, LGBT rights advocate, and Russian art

Huntsman Ending Ambassadorship, What’s Next?

The speculation surrounding whether former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. will run for President in 2012 is about to turn into something

39 Arrested, 114 Others Being Investigated in Largest Utah Child Porn Bust

For more than a month, the Utah Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force worked with law enforcement agencies from around the state

Herbert Defends Veto in Face of Override Session

Utah Governor Gary Herbert is standing firm in his decision to veto SB 229, a bill that sets aside a portion of

Zions Report Says Utah Has Strong Economic Outlook

A new report from Zions Bank says Utah is in good position to continue its strong economic rebound for the rest of

Utah’s New Natural History Museum to Be “Very Green”

The new Utah Museum of Natural History set to open this fall will not only be a place to view many of

Maj. Leader on Why Guv, Lawmakers at Odds on Transportation Bill

Transportation funding doesn’t always tend to be a political issue that gets people riled up. But that’s exactly the conflict between Governor

GE Shareholder Conference Brings Protests From All Sides

General Electric was taking hits from all angles this morning at its annual shareholders meeting, held at the Salt Palace Convention Center.