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Downtown Parking Made Easier During Holiday Season

Downtown Salt Lake City is gearing up for what they expect to be a busy holiday season. With new shopping attractions and

Love Gaining Ground in Absentee Ballot Count

Republican Candidate Mia Love is gaining ground on Democrat Jim Matheson in the final hours of the count for Utah’s 4th Congressional

Car Burglaries Down in Salt Lake City

Vehicle burglaries in Salt Lake City are down from last year. Detective Rick Wall with the Salt Lake City Police Department says

Legislature Releases Redistricting Records to the Public

More than a year after a request by the Utah Democratic Party, the Utah Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel have

Utah Sees Surge in Hiring

Those looking for work in Utah could be in luck. A new study released by the Utah Department of Workforce Services shows

Mayor Corroon Announces Official Interest in State Senate District 2

Outgoing Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon has officially announced his interest in filling the senate seat vacated by newly elected County

SLCPD Test Body-Worn Video Cameras

The next interaction you have with police in Salt Lake City could be recorded. The city’s police department is testing new body-worn

Diabetes Research and Advocacy Groups Unite Against Disease

The American Diabetes Association and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation joined forces with the Utah Department of Health today (Wednesday) on World Diabetes

Seelig Elected As Democratic Leader of Utah’s House of Representatives

Representative Jennifer Seelig was elected Monday as the new Democratic Leader of the Utah House of Representatives, and becomes the first woman

U of U Scientist Tracks Expanding Universe

For the first time scientists are measuring the expansion of the universe 3 billion years after what is called the “big bang.”