Monthly Archive:: July 2011

Walk for Children’s Cancer Boosts Research Money Hit by Recession

More children are being diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States, including right here in Utah. Saturday, for the first

Funding Crunch Hits Crisis Nurseries Hard

Right now in Utah, there’s a woman who’s been battered and wants to go to a shelter, but recognizes a shelter may

District Attorney Rules SLC Officer Unjustified in May Shooting

A Salt Lake City police officer who shot a juvenile at a mobile home park in May has been deemed unjustified in

Politics Up Close: State of National Parks

Climate change. Nearby development. Native plants and animals being driven out. These are just a few of the threats to America’s national

Politics Up Close: Rep. Paul Ray on Support for Huntsman

Taking a direct shot at former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney released a long list this week of

Politics Up Close: Rep. Jason Chaffetz on Border, Political Plans

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz continues to be a rising star in the GOP, getting more and more attention as he moves to

Foreclosure Prevention Event Coming to Salt Lake

With the effects of the recession still looming, the Utah Housing Coalition says the state’s housing market is still in pieces. Utah

Quilt Remembers Fallen Soldiers

A quilt embroidered with the picture of a fallen soldier from every state who fought in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is

Change in Letters of Condolence Policy Welcomed in Utah

The families of soldiers who commit suicide while on combat duty or die accidentally will now get a letter of condolence from

Huntsman Junior & Huntsman Senior

When you talk about Jon Huntsman in Utah, sometimes it’s helpful to clarify whether you mean senior or junior. Right now, as