After approving the goal of having two-thirds of Utah’s adults earn a college degree or certificate by 2020, the governor’s Education Excellence
A Salt Lake City school is the first of more than 70 throughout the state to have a solar array installed on
After 18 months of collecting data, the Wasatch Canyons Tomorrow report is out. It’s a compilation of community-recommended ideas about how to
(KCPW News) The State Board of Education approved a list of priorities on Friday that will help inform the governor’s budget request
A deep, prolonged La Niña climate pattern means Northern Utah’s water outlook looks good, but southern Utah should brace for a drought.
Utah will have its first female Speaker of the House in January, after the Republican House Caucus threw out the old guard
Talk continues among Salt Lake City School Board members to come to an agreement about a proposed change to the district’s nondiscrimination
Even in left-leaning Salt Lake County, Democrats weren’t immune to the wave of anti-Democratic sentiment that swept the nation on Election night.
Republicans have recaptured the majority on the Salt Lake County Council. But even with a GOP tide on their side, they also
The Utah Colleges Exit Poll has been sampling Utahns’ voting habits and opinions since 1982. KCPW’s Elizabeth Ziegler went to the polls