A Utah judge ordered a woman accused of posing as a lawyer and representing clients to stay out of the legal profession on Tuesday. Read more »
Utah prosecutors are dropping charges against four animal activists filed under a controversial law known as "ag-gag." Read more »
A laptop computer seized from the vehicle of a man accused of killing three people in western Idaho could unveil clues into a motive for the shooting rampage, authorities say. Read more »
Federal officials will allow Mexican gray wolves to roam a greatly expanded area in the Southwest. Read more »
A Utah lawmaker is considering expanding the right to carry a weapon on a bus or train without permission, arguing it should be no different than carrying a gun or knife on the street. Read more »
Ten other states are urging a federal court to review from scratch the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's recent decision that Riverton and surrounding lands in Wyoming remain legally Indian... Read more »
David Chodounsky paid a fitting tribute to the two junior members of the U.S. ski team who were killed in an avalanche in Austria. Read more »
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead and the state's other four statewide elected officials were sworn in Monday in Cheyenne. Read more »
Republican Doug Ducey was sworn in as Arizona governor Monday, taking command amid a looming budget crisis that he said won't crimp his reform agenda and declaring "it's time to up our game" to... Read more »
Republicans remain in charge of the House, but it won't be the same Republicans leading many committees. Read more »
The 114th Congress that convenes Tuesday will count more minorities and women than ever, although lawmakers remain overwhelmingly white and male in the Republican-controlled House and Senate. Read more »
Idaho's governor and attorney general have filed separate petitions to the U.S. Supreme Court, fighting against gay marriage and arguing that the state's case has national consequences. Read more »
Synchronized bursts of color shot from the rooftops of seven casino-hotels along the Las Vegas Strip as fireworks filled the sky, ushering in a new year in Sin City. Read more »
A hunting derby with $1,000 each for whoever kills the most wolves and coyotes is scheduled to start at sunrise Friday in east-central Idaho. Read more »
Utah Highway Patrol troopers stopped nearly 200 cars and arrested more than 20 people on New Year's Eve. Read more »
New state laws taking effect Thursday give livestock in California more living room, approve direct-to-consumer wine shipments in Massachusetts and levy the ultimate punishment on wannabe teen... Read more »
Concealed weapons are part of everyday life in Idaho, and that's unlikely to change in the Mountain West state despite a shocking accident in which a 2-year-old boy reached into his mother's purse,... Read more »
A Las Vegas police helicopter crashed on a residential street Wednesday and two police officers were taken to a hospital for treatment of moderate injuries, authorities said. Read more »
Huge flames ripped through historic buildings in the picturesque western Wyoming town of Dubois as firefighters contended with subzero temperatures that froze their hoses and other equipment. Read more »
Nearly 50,000 people in Utah have signed up for health insurance next year through the federal online marketplace, according to numbers released Tuesday by the U.S. Health and Human Services... Read more »
A Utah lawmaker wants to ban the sale of powdered alcohol before it wins approval from a federal agency and possibly makes its way to Utah liquor stores. Read more »
For some, the wait had lasted decades. Others thought they would never see the day that in conservative Idaho —one of the most Republican-dominated states in the nation— same-sex... Read more »
Though video games might be better known for narratives about battling bad guys and stealing cars, they're also taking on weightier topics like the growing burden of student debt, say designers at... Read more »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer fought President Barack Obama on immigration and border security for most of her tenure, earning national prominence by enacting tough laws that were mainly struck down by... Read more »
Helicopters could be landing more frequently in central Arizona wilderness areas if a plan to manage bighorn sheep survives a challenge by conservationists. Read more »
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