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Katie McKellar
Katie McKellar is a Dixie State University graduate with a bachelor of science in mass communication. Before interning at Deseret News, she reported and edited news content for Dixie Sun News, first as Photo Editor, then as Features Editor. As a Utah native, Katie enjoys hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter. She spends the majority of her free time, however, spoiling her mustang named Dusty. Horseback riding has been her sport-of-choice and passion since grade school. Email: kmckellar@deseretnews.com

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Scores of Wasatch Front mayors banded together Tuesday, urging county leaders to ask voters to consider a sales tax increase that would help pay for local transportation needs.
"I never thought I would see this day." That's what Bruce Bastian, Human Rights Campaign board member, said Friday after the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage throughout the nation.
The Utah Arts Festival returns to Library Square for its 39th year with more than 1,000 artists and an emphasis on interactive workshops and demonstrations.
Dog owners are excited about Salt Lake County's proposal to expand off-leash dog areas, but some residents are pushing back, concerned about safety and potential environmental impacts.
Parking rates at Salt Lake City International Airport will increase July 1.
After Salt Lake County Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to close four of its computer labs originally created to help bridge the digital divide, they later changed their minds after hearing from the la...
The Salt Lake County Council decided Tuesday to close four computer labs created more than a decade ago to help bridge the digital divide for the underserved.
Garfield County commissioners officially declared a state of emergency Monday for declining school enrollment, an issue they say reflects a larger problem that has been threatening their communities for decades...
Poll results are in, and they're reaffirming Salt Lake City leaders' decision to close at least two city golf courses: Glendale and the Jordan River Par-3.
Salt Lake's city and county mayors have proposed bringing the City Prosecutor's Office and the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office under one roof.