Monthly Archive:: September 2011

Chaffetz Pitches Longer Guest Worker Stay

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz first entered the spotlight as a political candidate when he pitched the idea of tent cities for illegal

Army Denies County Reimbursement for Herriman Wildfire Costs

The U.S. Army has denied a reimbursement claim of more than $50,000 from Salt Lake County, which it submitted for costs related

Legislative Committee Hears Concerns Over UTA Land Deals

Several citizens voiced their concerns before members of a Utah legislative committee yesterday afternoon asking them to further investigate the transparency and

Legislature Considers Ways to Break Generational Welfare Cycle

A legislative committee heard from experts in the social services community on Wednesday about how to break the cycle of generational welfare.

Pipeline Slammed After Water Task Force Meeting

Critics of a proposed Washington County water pipeline say state officials wouldn’t hear them out during a Water Issues Task Force meeting

Long Way to Go in Investigation of Hall Beating

Nearly a month after a 20-year-old gay man was attacked outside a Salt Lake City dance club, police still have a lot

CityViews 9/22/11: The Leonardo

          Segment 1: Nearly eight years in the making, The Leonardo is nearly ready to open its doors

District Six Candidates Debate Focused on Ethics

Candidates for Salt Lake City Council District Six were having a hard time keeping their blows above the belt Tuesday during a

Governor’s New Economic Council Meets at Capitol

Utah Governor Gary Herbert says the focus of his new Economic Development Coordinating Council, which met for the first time this morning

CityViews 9/21/11: Fares, Routes and UTA

Segment 1: The downtown free fare zone is on the chopping block and changes to TRAX and bus service are causing some