Monthly Archive:: May 2012
More than 60,000 people called in this week to hear a message from a group calling itself No Labels, bemoaning the lack
More than 900 students will graduate from Westminster College in Salt Lake City this weekend, becoming part of the largest graduating class
What’s become one of Salt Lake City’s most anticipated celebrations kicks off Friday with a promise to be bigger than ever.
Utah Governor Gary Herbert is jumping on the idle-free bandwagon with a new executive order for state employees to turn off the
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch teamed up with a Wyoming lawmaker Wednesday to highlight his efforts to get the gray wolf removed from
A new survey conducted by an online marketplace for hiring local business services shows Salt Lake City is a friendly place
Segment 1: Matthew J. Kirby’s “Icefall,” a coming-of-age tale filled with Norse mythology, garnered glowing reviews from Kirkus, Publisher’s Weekly and novelist
A debate over the protection of women and families from violence is taking shape in Washington. Tuesday, advocates for Utah victims urged
The ACLU of Utah has filed an open-records request to learn more about how law enforcement agencies in the state are using
Small business leaders in Utah had the opportunity today to let two Western federal lawmakers know what economic issues impact them the
Salt Lake City leaders are considering an off-leash dog tag program to increase revenue for maintaining off-leash dog areas and developing new
Segment 1: Small businesses, non-profits, arts groups, scientists – they’re all turning to large groups of small investors to back their ventures
Segment 1: Thirty years ago, animal shelters routinely euthanized stray cats and dogs to the tune of 17 million a year.
The progressive-leaning open-government advocacy group Alliance for a Better Utah is calling on state lawmakers to withdraw their membership from the American
NASA is in Salt Lake City for the weekend with its traveling exhibit “Driven to Explore.” The free exhibit is set up
Social justice and human rights are among the important issues for Angela Romero. The Democratic hopeful for the Utah House of Representatives
The federal government has ruled Salt Lake County Councilman and Unified Fire Authority Chief Michael Jensen has not violated the Hatch Act.
Governor Gary Herbert acknowledged Thursday that more needs to be done about Utah’s shortage of liquor licenses. During his monthly news conference
It’s difficult to tack on “hate crime” to a conviction in Utah, according to law enforcement officials who took part last night
Last year it was flooding, this year, it’s fires the state is bracing for. Thursday, Governor Gary Herbert warned Utahns to be
As Utahns hit the road for the Memorial Day weekend, the Utah Department of Transportation is alarmed about the number of traffic
Republican Senate hopeful Dan Liljenquist isn’t giving up on his efforts to get more than one debate with his opponent, incumbent Senator
Hundreds of elementary school students are taking lessons outside the classroom this week, learning about environmental stewardship. Salt Lake City developed the
Former Hewlett Packard CEO and U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina addressed the Zions Bank Trade and Business Conference this afternoon at the
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the military’s support of the United Nations Convention on the Law of The Sea discussed today
Segment 1: Writing is a creative process, a craft dominated by words and punctuation and themes and characters. Writers are motivated by
This fall, the University of Utah is extending its campus to a restored ghost town in southern Montana. Mary Tull, Director of
Two political rivals in the race for Utah’s 4th Congressional district addressed the Utah Taxpayers Association at the Little America Hotel Tuesday.
The question of how accessible Utah’s rivers and streams should be remains in the hands of a judge. Monday, a fourth district
A supporter of West Valley City Mayor Mike Winder’s campaign for Salt Lake County Mayor is fighting fire with fire, after Winder’s