The Salt Lake Branch of the NAACP hosted a forum last night to educate the public on interacting with law enforcement and
Have you ever wondered where the worst drivers are in Utah? The Utah Department of Public Safety has released a study that
Described as one of the greatest shopping centers in America, City Creek Center officially opened its doors this morning to the public.
Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder says if the county doesn't act to restore part of the $3.2 million cut to the
Salt Lake City Council Chair Soren Simonsen is setting his sights on higher office, filing to run as a Democrat against Republican
A new report card ranks Utah 36th among states for integrity in government. As KCPW's Whittney Evans reports, the Center for Public
Salt Lake City residents got the chance to follow up on what has happened since the 2010 Chevron oil spill that sent
Weber State University may be forced to drop a handful of its concurrent enrollment courses if Utah Governor Gary Herbert lends his
The official public comment period will close Friday on a decision to allow EnergySolutions to store blended nuclear waste in Utah. As
The world’s largest organization dedicated to preventing corrosion in transportation infrastructure and pipelines was in Salt Lake City this week to showcase
EnergySolutions will have a hand in cleaning up radioactively contaminated seawater at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan that was used
Democrats turned out in large numbers last night to get involved in the political process, as precinct caucuses elected delegates and precinct
The Utah Parent Teacher Association says Utahns are being misinformed about the controversial sex education bill that state lawmakers passed during the
Weber County Attorney Dee Smith became the first Democrat to enter the race for Utah Attorney General this morning . As KCPW's
Misdemeanor charges have been filed against Genwal Resources, operator of the Crandall Canyon mine that collapsed in 2007, killing nine people. U.S.
While the Utah legislature made no gains this year in passing legislation mandating businesses use E-Verify, the Salt Lake County Council approved
The 2012 legislative session concluded with lawmakers finalizing the details for the state’s $13 billion dollar budget Thursday. As KCPW's Whittney Evans
The Utah Senate approved a bill this morning that requires some welfare recipients in the state to be drug tested if they
The Utah Senate has passed a bill that was initially intended to thwart Salt Lake City's anti-idling ordinance. But as KCPW's Whittney
A divisive bill that would only allow Utah public schools to teach strictly abstinence-only sexual education is heading to the governor’s desk.
A resolution urging the State Board of Education to thoroughly evaluate its adoption of the Common Core standards developed by several states
The Utah House of Representatives approved a measure Monday that would require women in Utah to wait three days before getting an
A proposal to allow personal income tax contributions for elementary schools across Utah was narrowly rejected by the Utah Senate this morning.
Utah is a step closer to joining a multi-state compact that would petition the federal government for state control of healthcare dollars.
With less than a week left in the session, House and Senate leaders are closing in on an agreement to fund the
The Utah Senate approved a bill this morning to keep online gambling illegal in the state as the federal government moves to
A legislative resolution to support connecting Salt Lake County and Summit County ski resorts is being amended to satisfy environmental groups and
Occupy Salt Lake protesters made their way back into the spotlight Wednesday at the Utah Capitol, but didn't draw much attention from
Small business owner and retired two-star General Peter Cooke became the first Democrat to enter the race for Utah Governor this morning,
Cities across the country and Utah are opting to bury their power lines instead of stringing them overhead, and one Democratic state