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Chaffetz Looks to Fire Warning Shot On Pension Fund Bailout

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz introduced a House Resolution today opposing a federal bailout for state pension funds. Chaffetz says among all

HHS Warns of Consequences for Utahns if Health Reform Repealed

While Republicans in the House of Representatives announce their plans to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Obama Administration

Utah Food Bank Discusses Impact of $1 Million Donation

How far will a million dollars go to help hungry families? The Utah Food Bank and other charitable organizations in Salt Lake

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

Poor Air Quality to Last Until Weekend

The first winter inversion of the new year has settled in along the Wasatch Front, bringing with it red air quality conditions

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

Council Doesn’t Override Becker’s Veto of Parley’s Plan

In a display of support for Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, the city council decided last night not to override his

Becker Plugs Sugar House Streetcar in State of City Address

The Sugar House streetcar line was the focus of Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker’s fourth state of the city address last