Election officials tell Julie Dole to remove social media posts
Acting Salt Lake County Recorder Julie Dole sparked a firestorm of controversy on her Facebook page this week by recycling old endorsements just before GOP voters are due to pick a new recorder.
Faith LDS Church issues statement of support for LGBTQ concert event
“We applaud the LoveLoud Festival for LGBTQ Youth’s aim to bring people together to address teen safety and to express respect and love for all of God’s children,” says a statement released by the LDS Church Tuesday.
Sports As Kalani Sitake sets depth chart, BYU to hold open practice Thursday
With the season-opener kicking off a week from Saturday against Portland State, BYU is winding down fall camp. The Cougars will hold an open practice session Thursday at 10 a.m. at LaVell Edwards Stadium. The public is invited and admission is free.
Curtis declared winner, but Herrod not ready to concede
John Curtis was declared the winner in Tuesday's Republican primary for the 3rd Congressional District seat vacated earlier this summer by former Rep. Jason Chaffetz.
Operation Rio Grande makes 87 arrests on first day
In 24 hours, 160 officers made 87 arrests in the area, none of which involved use of force, according to the Department of Public Safety. Tuesday, 33 of those people had been released from jail.
- The policing effort of the three-phase initiative, named Operation Rio Grande, began Monday.