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Salt Lake City Launches Education Program for Refugees

Some of the biggest challenges refugees face when coming to the United States are understanding the legal system, learning their rights and

Utah AG’s Office Joins Suit Against E-Book Publishers

Electronic book lovers in Utah might be getting a refund from some of the nation’s largest book publishers, who are being accused

Utah Officials, UTA Break Ground on Sugar House Streetcar

All eyes were on Salt Lake City and South Salt Lake Wednesday as U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood joined local and state

Salt Lake City Considers Extending Parking Enforcement, Charging More

Salt Lake City’s push to charge more for metered parking and extend hours of enforcement is sure to face opposition, but the

Parks Bond Could Go On November Ballot

Salt Lake County is again seeking a bond for park improvements, as well as the construction of new parks in the west,

State Files Lawsuits Against Feds for Rights of Way

The Utah Attorney General’s office is filing the last of a series of lawsuits this week against the federal government in hopes

Survey Finds Caregivers Don’t Use SL County Services

A survey shows more than 70 percent of caregivers for the elderly in Salt Lake County are missing out on potentially valuable

Job Market for Utah Grads Looking Up

Utah’s fresh pool of college graduates has a warming job market to dive into, the University of Utah says. Director of Career

Engineering Students Face Off in Human Powered Vehicle Challenge

Engineering students from colleges and universities throughout the West gathered in Tooele over the weekend to compete in the Human Powered Vehicle

Governor Herbert Appoints New Energy Adviser

Utah Governor Gary Herbert has a new energy advisor and at least one environmental group is already calling foul. Herbert announced today