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Chamber of Commerce Business Leaders Deliver Plan to Create Jobs

Utah business leaders say the economy is recovering, but more than 100,000 Utahns who are still out of work might not buy

Bell and Becker Team Up to Promote Civility

Lieutenant Governor Greg Bell and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker are calling on Utah’s political officials and citizens to practice civility.

Domestic Violence Deaths Decline, but More Brutal

An annual report shows domestic violence deaths in Utah are down, but the deaths that did occur may be more violent than

Salt Lake City Police Department Awarded $2 Million in Grants

The Salt Lake City Police Department received more than $2 million in federal grants to work on projects that are high on

Man Braves Surgery with the Help of Hypnosis

A Salt Lake City hypnotherapist celebrated World Hypnotism Day by sitting through a two-hour operation on his leg Tuesday morning with just

West Valley City Encourages Residents to Learn English

West Valley City introduced an initiative today encouraging its residents to learn English. West Valley Mayor Mike Winder says his city is

Herbert Takes Oath of Office, Pledges Small Government

Utah Governor Gary Herbert’s inauguration speech focused on fiscal responsibility, empowering the private sector and limiting federal encroachment yesterday. KCPW’s Whittney Evans

Herbert Begins Term With Inauguration Speech

Republican Governor Gary Herbert was sworn in this afternoon to continue his term as Utah’s 17th Governor. In his speech today,

Becker Announces Reelection Bid

Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker announced his bid for reelection on Sunday. KCPW’s Whittney Evans spoke to Becker about his

Local and State Elected Officials Reveal New Year’s Resolutions

As the New Year unfolds, many people will resolve to lose weight, spend wisely, quit smoking or spend more time with family.