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Frustrated Condo Owners Look to Legislature for Help

A bill likely to be debated during this year’s legislative session could change the way condos and housing co-ops do business in

Utah’s Disabled Say State is Limiting Their Rights

Some Utahns say they are being denied the right to live independently. The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Utah’s Division

Homeless Advocates Worried About Funding

Several homeless advocates across the state are playing the waiting game, trying to remain optimistic about what the legislature could do to

Law Enforcement Takes New Approach at Parley’s Park

A long-term controversy is getting rigorous law enforcement attention beginning tomorrow. Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder says there’s a lot of

Rare Book Seller Fears Onerous Regulations

A local rare book seller says he has been “put on notice” that state lawmakers intend to drastically increase the regulations that

Special Session Gets Little Support from Either Party

With less than two weeks until the legislative session starts, the future of House District 57 in Utah County remains uncertain. Republican

Employee Shakeup Making Waves in Library System

New management changes go into effect this week at the Salt Lake City Public Library system but not everyone is seeing eye-to-eye

Utah Senator Proposes School Grading System

A state lawmaker is calling for greater accountability in public schools. Republican Senator Wayne Niederhauser is proposing a bill that would

Ground Broken on New Cyber Security Center

A massive federal project is coming to the Wasatch Front bringing with it many jobs. Construction is underway on a one-of -a