Behind The Headlines Archive

Hepatitis A at a Salt Lake City restaurant, Mia Love’s campaign donations and public land auctions

The Federal Election Commission raises questions about more than a million dollars in campaign donations brought in by Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah. Sensitive areas

Utah Senators Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee question Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during contentious confirmation hearings

Senators Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee question Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during contentious confirmation hearings. The race for Utah’s Fourth Congressional District

Indictment targets polygamists, former missionaries seek more safety for Mormon proselytizers and some inland port meetings will remain closed

Members of the local Kingston polygamist group are indicted in a $500 million tax-credit scheme, raising questions about a $50,000 campaign donation to Utah

Mormon church opposes Utah’s medical marijuana ballot initiative, but not its use under specific circumstances

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints opposes Utah’s medical marijuana ballot initiative, but not the use of the drug under all

Religious freedom vs. medical marijuana, a big name change for Utah’s biggest church and a possible issue with state driver licenses

After its first year of implementation, how has Operation Rio Grande impacted crime and homelessness in Salt Lake City? The Church of Jesus Christ

Willy Grayeyes returns to the ballot, climate change fans political wildfires, and Mia Love’s misleading mailers

A judge rules that San Juan County Commission candidate Willy Grayeyes be put back on the ballot after an elections official backdated

Sen. Mike Lee opposes move to ban 3D-printed guns, and the Inland Port Authority has its first meeting

The Inland Port Authority has its first real meeting, during which one board member asks for fewer comments about environmental concerns. Utah’s request for a

A loaded gun left in a bathroom, Utahns consider nuclear power and a SLCPD occupy an old Arctic Circle

A loaded gun was left in a bathroom at the Living Planet Aquarium, where the property has a posted ban on weapons,

Legislature creates inland port amid Biskupski’s criticisms, LGBTQ suicide prevention group V.P. resigns after LDS Church donation and what’s in store for Ambassador Huntsman

The Utah Legislature changes the law that creates an inland port near the Great Salt Lake, but Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski criticizes

Parkland students have their Utah rally canceled by venue, Honduras woman loses her asylum appeal and how much time are judges taking on search warrants

Student survivors of the Parkland, Fla. school shooting lose the venue for their Utah rally. Vicky Chavez, a woman from Honduras who came to