As Salt Lake City prepares to recognize World AIDS Day Saturday with several downtown events, the Salt Lake Valley Health Department is
The Salt Lake City Council has unanimously approved a ban on the demolition of buildings in the city’s Central Business District in
A national survey shows Utah has the lowest number of underage drinkers in the country. The National Survey on Drug Use
Earlier this week Greg Sheehan, a twenty-year veteran of the Utah Departments of Natural Resources and Wildlife Resources, was named the new
More parking, mass transportation, bike lanes and advance traffic warning signs are all recommendations stemming from the results of three canyon transportation
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has a new leader. Governor Gary Herbert announced today the appointment of Greg Sheehan as
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 is receiving national recognition for its use of technology in government, taking first place in a national survey conducted
Utah Lawmakers on the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee today heard the latest version of a bill that is designed
Salt Lake County Mayor-elect Ben McAdams’ state senate seat isn’t even cold yet and already several prominent Democrats are lining up to
Thanks to a ruptured Chevron oil pipeline, more than 33,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Creek
Despite recent polls showing her as the favorite, Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love conceded her race for the seat in Utah’s new
Voters in Salt Lake County now have the option of viewing the ballot in English or Spanish. County Clerk Sherrie Swensen
If the turnout for early voting is any indication, the overall voter turnout for the 2012 Utah general election could be high.
November first marks the beginning of the wood burning season, and thus the winter air pollution season, in Utah.
With the 2012 General Election less than a week away, campaigns are gearing up in Utah for both national and local
Those looking for easier transportation to the Salt Lake City International Airport can look forward to riding TRAX sooner than originally planned.
Utah Congressman Jim Matheson took aim today at the plan of his Republican opponent to cut $750 billion dollars in federal spending,
Come December, Jim Karpowitz will walk away from the only job he’s known for more than three decades – managing Utah’s wildlife.
Salt Lake County launched a website today designed to provide information to Millcreek Township residents prior to November’s incorporation vote, and representatives
The family of missing West Valley woman Susan Cox Powell will find out this evening if the West Valley City Council will
Despite being rejected by the Senate Judicial Confirmation Committee, Su J. Chon, one of Governor Gary Herbert’s choices to replace two retiring
The race for the Republican nomination for Salt Lake County Mayor could end tomorrow at the conclusion of the official election canvass.
Crews fighting the Quail Fire near Alpine received some assistance from Mother Nature today in the form of some much needed rain.
Count the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources among the government agencies keeping a close eye on wildfires burning across the state.
Although former Salt Lake County Council member Mark Crockett sits 239 votes ahead of West Valley City Mayor Mike Winder in the
Utah Governor Gary Herbert today approved the appointment of Salvador Petilos as the new Executive Director of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage
The Wood Hollow Fire burning in Sanpete County has grown to an estimated 37,000 acres with flames reaching as high as 100
The Utah State Board of Regents announced that Associate Commissioner of Higher Education David Buhler will succeed William Sederberg as commissioner.
State lawmakers received an update today on the progress of a study required by House Bill 148, a law passed this year