More than 51,000 children in Utah live in poverty. That’s according to recent data collected by the Department of Workforce Services in
Salt Lake County Mayoral Candidate Ben McAdams announced his plan for economic development Tuesday morning to a crowd at South Salt Lake’s
A new survey shows that participants in the huge semi-annual Outdoor Retailer trade show in Salt Lake City want it to stay
The fate of Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker’s initiative to allow bars in more walkable neighborhood areas remains up in the
A new study is tracking intergenerational poverty in Utah for the first time, and this morning, state lawmakers heard some of the
Home prices across the state have risen for the third straight month. Realtors say this shows a more balanced real-estate market, with
Today on the show, we looked at automatic license plate scanners with the ACLU of Utah and Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim
New population projections released by Governor Gary Herbert’s office are showing slower growth than expected in Utah’s Washington County. KCPW’s Charlotte Duren
President Obama’s State of the Union address last night touched on some themes that could please some of Utah’s elected officials
Utah’s largest business association, the Salt Lake Chamber, is calling on Utahns to make “big decisions” as the 2012 legislative session begins
An infusion of $20 million is about to hit Salt Lake City as about 21,000 visitors to the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market
Following the windstorm that raged through northern Utah Thursday, Davis County has filed a disaster declaration asking the state for assistance.
Changes at one of the state’s largest banks are leaving some customers scratching their heads.
A legislative audit of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources presented to lawmakers today found that over the last three years the
Utah’s unemployment rate dropped nearly half a percent in October, the largest decline in several months.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking for people to volunteer to provide free tax services to senior, low-income, and disabled Utahns, along
Utah Governor Gary Herbert is continuing his push to promote Utah’s economy with a trip to New York City. Unemployment in the
As the business sector anticipates President Obama’s job creation speech to Congress Thursday night, Democratic Utah Representative Jim Matheson is hoping to
Home sales in Utah rose 16.4 percent from July of 2010 through July 2011, according to the Utah Association of Realtors. And
Credit rating agencies have spared the state a rating downgrade, but some local governments are now under review. Salt Lake City, Salt
Fundraising is always tough for nonprofits in a bad economic climate. But as Salt Lake Tribune reporter Lee Davidson learned, fund drives
The Utah Department of Workforce Services has received funds from the U.S. Labor Department to help eligible workers afford job training for
At more than 10,500, a new report from the Brookings Institution and Battelle says the Salt Lake City region ranks 50th out
Utah’s Martin Luther King, Jr., Human Rights Commission welcomed an Obama Administration official tasked with reaching out to minority-owned businesses to Salt
There’s no question the economy is doing better for Utah cities and towns than it was at the height of the recession.
With an agreement being debated by Congress, we discussed free trade with former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe, who was in town to
A financial planner in Park City has a knack for explaining difficult financial concepts… with a Sharpie and a piece of card
Utah Congressman Jim Matheson says he wants to make it cheaper for Utahns to care for their pets. This morning, he discussed
Utah continued to have the fourth highest foreclosure rate in the nation in April, according to the latest RealtyTrac report, but the
A new report from Zions Bank says Utah is in good position to continue its strong economic rebound for the rest of