Residents pack Draper City Hall to 'Save the Hollows,' vote delayed
A hailstorm of accusations of betraying public trust and dishonoring commitments to preserve Draper's unique wilderness was unleashed.
Sports Principals, athletic directors, sound off about UHSAA's new region proposals
About two dozen school representatives addressed the trustees in a hearing Wednesday.
Utah Downtown will be packed with people tonight
Downtown Salt Lake City will be the center of attention Thursday night thanks to a handful of major Christmas productions and events, plus a Utah Jazz home game against the Golden State Warriors, who bring with them the best record in the NBA.
InDepth How social media can heal political divides — if only we'd let it
America is divided in the wake of the election, but experts have tips for how to reach across the aisle to better understand each other.
Census: Economic data paints two different portraits of Utah
Data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday showed that stark disparities persist between urban and rural Utah, even as the state climbs out of the recession.
Guv unveils deal with Amazon.com to collect tax on Utah purchases
Gov. Gary Herbert announced his proposed $16.1 billion state budget Wednesday that calls for "aggressively" pursuing taxes owed on online purchases.