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SLC to Recognize World AIDS Day with HIV Rates Rising

As Salt Lake City prepares to recognize World AIDS Day Saturday with several downtown events, the Salt Lake Valley Health Department is

SLC Approves Parking Lot Ban in Commercial District

The Salt Lake City Council has unanimously approved a ban on the demolition of buildings in the city’s Central Business District in

Utah’s Underage Drinking Rate Lowest in the Nation

A national survey shows Utah has the lowest number of underage drinkers in the country. The National Survey on Drug Use

Goal of New DWR Director: Get Youth Involved

Earlier this week Greg Sheehan, a twenty-year veteran of the Utah Departments of Natural Resources and Wildlife Resources, was named the new

County Releases Results of Canyon Transportation Studies

More parking, mass transportation, bike lanes and advance traffic warning signs are all recommendations stemming from the results of three canyon transportation

Governor Appoints Sheehan as New DWR Director

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has a new leader. Governor Gary Herbert announced today the appointment of Greg Sheehan as

College Students Will Pay More for Waffling on Choice of Major

Utah college students who wait too long to pick a major will soon have to pay more to complete their degree due

Salt Lake City Wins Government Technology Award

Salt Lake City is receiving national recognition for its use of technology in government, taking first place in a national survey conducted

Lawmakers Hear Details of Dating Protection Act

Utah Lawmakers on the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee today heard the latest version of a bill that is designed

Several Dems Showing Interest in Replacing McAdams

Salt Lake County Mayor-elect Ben McAdams’ state senate seat isn’t even cold yet and already several prominent Democrats are lining up to