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DWQ Says Red Butte Creek is Clean; Public Comment Opens

Thanks to a ruptured Chevron oil pipeline, more than 33,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Creek

Love Concedes Congressional Race to Matheson

Despite recent polls showing her as the favorite, Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love conceded her race for the seat in Utah’s new

Salt Lake County Makes Welcoming Changes for Hispanic Voters

Voters in Salt Lake County now have the option of viewing the ballot in English or Spanish. County Clerk Sherrie Swensen

Early Voting Numbers High in Utah

If the turnout for early voting is any indication, the overall voter turnout for the 2012 Utah general election could be high.

Utah’s Winter Wood Burning Regulations Start Today

November first marks the beginning of the wood burning season, and thus the winter air pollution season, in Utah.

U of U Political Scientist Gives Thoughts on Local Races

With the 2012 General Election less than a week away, campaigns are gearing up in Utah for both national and local

Airport TRAX Line to Open Ahead of Schedule

Those looking for easier transportation to the Salt Lake City International Airport can look forward to riding TRAX sooner than originally planned.

Matheson Takes Love to Task on Federal Special Ed Funding

Utah Congressman Jim Matheson took aim today at the plan of his Republican opponent to cut $750 billion dollars in federal spending,

A Conversation with Utah’s Outgoing Wildlife Director

Come December, Jim Karpowitz will walk away from the only job he’s known for more than three decades – managing Utah’s wildlife.

New Website Provides Incorporation Information to Millcreek Residents

Salt Lake County launched a website today designed to provide information to Millcreek Township residents prior to November’s incorporation vote, and representatives