Arizona on Thursday became the first state in the nation to pass a law requiring high school students to pass a civics exam before graduation. Read more »
The Supreme Court in the Canadian province of British Columbia has banned a polygamous group from using the name of the mainstream Mormon church. Read more »
A police officer testified Wednesday that a man accused of trying to kidnap a young Utah girl from her bedroom rambled on after his arrest about drug cartels, the FBI and voices coming from a radio. Read more »
Arizona commuters from the southern part of the state all the way to a Phoenix suburb drove through an unusual amount of fog Wednesday morning. Read more »
The family of a Utah woman whose body was found in a river wants police to investigate whether her death involved foul play, a family spokeswoman said Wednesday. Read more »
Gov. Matt Mead pledged to keep fighting "with bulldog determination" for the future of Wyoming coal as a top priority as he delivered his state of the state address on Wednesday. Read more »
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 »
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