The Utah House voted Monday in favor of a bill that allows the State School Board to restrict the state funding of a local school district that receives unapproved grants from the federal government. Read more »
After Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill Monday spelling out a deal between lawmakers and backers of Count My Vote, the group announced an end to the initiative petition drive to change the state's... Read more »
A state senator will attempt to revive a bill intended to launch an interstate compact to share putative father registries. The bill was killed by a House committee Friday after readily passing the Senate earlier in the legislative... Read more »
The Jordan School Board and South Jordan city officials met Monday to question whether options to split the school district should be investigated, but the discussion never got that far. Read more »
A dinosaur footprints pried out of the ground near Moab may still be intact, despite having been dumped in the Colorado River, according to a paleontologist with the Bureau of Land Management. Read more »
Posters, videos and bumper stickers were chosen as winners of the Students Who Care About Air Clean Air Anti-Idling competition. The masterminds behind the 19 winning projects were honored at the... Read more »
The Utah House narrowly passed a bill Monday that would establish tax credits for employers who hire homeless people. HB140, sponsored by Rep. Brian King, D-Salt Lake City, passed on a 38-36 vote. Read more »
The Russell Crowe led film recounts the story of Noah in the book of Genesis in the Old Testament, and countries like Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have already notified Paramount... Read more »
Tuesday marks the second anniversary of the discovery of the body of 15-year-old Anne Kasprzak in the Jordan River. Read more »
A person openly carrying a gun without criminal intent would not be grounds for a disorderly conduct charge under a bill the Utah House passed Monday. Read more »
Police are looking for a man accused of jumping over a pharmacy counter and demanding Oxycontin last month. Read more »
Wind and solar power, as well as electric cars, were featured Monday as part of the first Clean Energy Business Day at the state Capitol. An exhibit featured Utah projects, as well as leading solar... Read more »
One person is dead after a crash early Monday morning involving an ATV and at least one pickup truck on U.S. 40 in Duchesne County. Read more »
A report released Monday showed ridership among Utah's commuter rail lines doubled last year — the largest such hike in the nation. FrontRunner ridership rose 103 percent in 2013, according... Read more »
Several additional charges were filed Monday against the man prosecutors believe masterminded a drug and human trafficking ring in Utah involving teenage boys. Read more »
The Grand Theatre performers confidently embrace the charms of “Once on This Island” and stage an uplifting evening about the power of love to bring together people of different social... Read more »
The Utah House passed a bill Monday to ban schools from asking students if their parents or guardians are gun owners. Read more »
The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest has proposed charging a fee for a Provo Canyon picnic area. Read more »
A Centerville therapist convicted of sexually abusing a 16-year-old female client was sentenced to prison Monday. Read more »
West Valley City Police Chief Lee Russo will host two open meetings with the community to discuss crime, crime prevention and other community concerns. Read more »
Riverton residents have been asked to turn their secondary water valves to the closed position as the water department starts filling the system Saturday. Read more »
Army veteran George Hoffman left his house Friday morning and returned a few hours later to find a brand new roof installed by complete strangers from the surrounding community. Read more »
City officials have announced the construction of South Jordan's first public splash pad. Read more »
Pitching himself as an ally to Silicon Valley, presidential hopeful Sen. Marco Rubio proposed giving cellphone companies more access to government-controlled airwaves and other pro-business... Read more »
Cottonwood Heights city officials announced they have come to terms with seven property owners to acquire land for the purpose of building a new city hall. Read more »
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