Monthly Archive:: June 2012
Segment 1: Think about your posture at the computer. Or on a park bench. Or on the couch. Chances are you’re slumping,
When Millcreek Township residents head to the polls this November, they won’t just be voting on hopeful politicians, they’ll also be asked
It’s impossible for every car break in or vandalism to be reported in the news. But a new project from the Salt
Segment 1: Over 20 million adults in the U.S. suffer from either depression or bipolar disorder, yet nearly half don’t receive
Segment 1: Award-winning author Terry Tempest Williams looked forward to reading the volumes of journals her mother left to her after her
The number of homeless youth who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender in Utah is on the rise. Over the weekend,
The Salt Lake City Library has started a nationwide search for a new executive director, following Beth Elder’s resignation last fall. Transitional
Five Republican presidential candidates will appear on the ballot during Utah’s primary election later this month, one of them, the nation’s first
Auston Johnson has been Utah’s State Auditor for the past 17 years, and as he runs for re-election this cycle, is touting
Could teaching teens about dating violence actually lead them to be more aggressive? Studies say in certain cases, yes. Now, the Rape
Two days after announcing his new job as political director for the Nevada Republican Party, former Utah lawmaker and congressional candidate Carl
Voters in Millcreek Township will decide in November if they want to incorporate the communities into a city.
The presidential race has been buzzing this week over a well-known Utah politician who’s stayed in the political sphere since leaving office.
Freshman Utah Senator Mike Lee joined other Republicans on the Senate floor this morning, accusing Democrats of trying to influence the U.S.
With the Republican primary election for Salt Lake County Mayor less than three weeks away, the two candidates squared off in a
Utah’s LGBT community will soon have a larger presence in downtown Salt Lake City. Valerie Larabee, Executive Director of the Utah Pride
Despite having the support of Mayor Ralph Becker and the chair of the Salt Lake City Council, a proposed ballot initiative calling
On Monday, former State Representative Carl Wimmer said he’d accepted a job offer to be political director of the Nevada Republican Party.
Segment 1: Wearing their Sunday best, hundreds of members of the LDS Church marched alongside their brothers and sisters in drag in
Neighborhood bars could be coming to Utah’s capital city. Tuesday, the Salt Lake City Council met to discuss changing zoning laws, which
During any given election year, poll numbers often don’t correlate with reality. But a Northern Utah-based startup seems to have found a
Two adult Utahns have died in the past month from Hantavirus infection, which leads to a deadly lung disease. And that comes
Segment 1: There are currently seven areas of Salt Lake City where dogs can roam free of tethers, halters or leashes. City
Later this summer, Utah will decide whether to pursue hosting the Olympic Winter Games for a second time. A key supporter of
Segment 1: Twenty years ago, the Downtown Farmers Market launched a commitment to organic and locally-grown foods in Salt Lake City with just
Former State Representative and Republican Congressional candidate Carl Wimmer is taking his political aspirations to the Silver State. Wimmer announced today he’s
Hundreds of members from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints gathered with members of Utah’s LGBT community over the
Segment 1: Faulty forensics, false confessions, eyewitness errors, shoddy police work, sloppy defense attorneys. All of these have lead to thousands of
A host of new animals have moved into Utah’s Hogle Zoo. Friday, Utah’s only polar bear, along with grizzly bears and river
Former Republican State Senator Dan Liljenquist was counting on a strong showing in the GOP caucus meetings this spring to knock off