If you don’t want the public to know how to reach you, one state lawmaker says don’t bother running for public office.
Eliminating the Utah Office of Ethnic Affairs. Closing liquor stores. Releasing hundreds of inmates. These would be some of the consequences of
It’s official: after less than two years on the job, former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman will step down as Ambassador to China
One plan to help the state meet a proposed seven percent budget cut would hit college students in the pocket book. A
A bill that would eliminate a fee that unincorporated Salt Lake County residents pay for Unified Police Department services was approved by
A bill that would have allowed school districts to sell advertisement space on school buses was voted down this morning in the
A legislative proposal to make it easier to carry a concealed weapon in Utah is attracting both friends and foes. Republican Representative
Wendell Potter used to be a top executive at a major health insurance corporation, CIGNA. Now, he’s trying to get the word
Governor Gary Herbert is making a new push to bring a nuclear power plant to the state. Is that a good idea?
Utah is in the national spotlight for a proposal to make the Browning M1911 handgun the official state firearm. But that’s not