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Utah Ranks Last in School Breakfast Participation

Utah is in last place when it comes to the number eligible school children eating free and reduced price breakfast each day.

State Hit With Near Record-Breaking Cold

The Wasatch Front continues to face bitter cold temperatures and forecasters say the end is not in site. National Weather Service Hydrologist

Salt Lake City Council Proposes Landscaping Changes

Salt Lake City residents could soon be given more freedom when it comes to landscaping their yards. The Salt Lake City Council

Investigation Continues Into Teen’s Disapperance

The investigation continues into the disappearance of Brooklyn Gittins, the 13-year-old Herriman girl who sparked a wide spread search earlier this week.

Former Gubanatorial Candidate Peter Cooke to Serve LDS Mission

Former Democratic Gubernatorial candidate, Peter Cooke, has been called to serve as a mission president for the LDS Church. The retired two-star

Political Cornflakes: Presidential Inauguration 2013

The Presidential inauguration is less than two weeks away and Washington is busy getting ready for the ceremonies. So what should the

Lawmaker Wants to Boost Education Funding Through Liquor Sales

Liquor sales could begin funding public education, at least if one Utah lawmaker has his way. Republican Representative Jim Bird plans to

LaMalfa Lays Out Goals as Council Chair

Second-year Councilman Kyle LaMalfa will lead the Salt Lake City Council in 2013. LaMalfa, who represents the west side’s Glendale area,

Salt Lake County Jail Changes Mug Shot Policy

The Salt Lake County Jail is changing the way they handle mug shots, saying they want to stop outside groups from exploiting

Differing Views of What EnergySolutions Deal Means for Utah

EnergySolutions is in the middle of a 1.1 billion dollar deal to be purchased by a private equity firm. If the deal