A real estate investment trust that's considering getting out of the snow business could sell more than dozen ski resorts from Maine to California that are worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Read more »
Much of Idaho has a lower-than-normal snowpack due to sparse precipitation so far this winter combined with above average temperatures in the last month. Read more »
The widow of a bailiff who was injured during a courthouse shooting three decades ago that led to the assailant being executed by gunfire says she supports Utah's efforts to bring back the firing... Read more »
Obama speaks at National League of Cities gathering, calls for effort to boost high-tech training, hiring
President Barack Obama is calling for a home-grown, high-technology workforce to will help boost higher-wage employment at a time of stagnant incomes. Read more »
Idaho law students Jordan Stott and Randi Schumacher have spent nearly three years poring over the nuances of many laws. Now they're trying to write their own. Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — Three Dixie State University students filed a lawsuit Wednesday saying that administrators at the southern Utah college violated their free speech rights by refusing to let... Read more »
A federal judge has upheld nearly every part of a contested roundup of hundreds of wild horses in western Wyoming last year. Read more »
With an eye toward a possible run for the White House, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio is signing onto an ambitious plan to cut taxes for investors, parents and businesses in an effort to spur economic... Read more »
A leading supplier of body cameras for police has cultivated financial ties to Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank and other chiefs whose departments have bought the recording devices,... Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert told a group of outdoor recreation representatives that the state is committed to protecting Utah's pristine public lands. Read more »
Several hundred people gathered Monday at rallies in Utah and Nevada to demonstrate their opposition to efforts by some Western states to seize control of federal lands. Read more »
President Barack Obama plans to get one step closer to visiting all 50 states while in office with a trip to South Carolina this week. Read more »
Jeffery Bailey spends nearly every day at his public library. For the 43-year-old who sleeps in a tent outside a local church, the library is pretty much the only place he can go that won't charge... Read more »
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch is backing a Supreme Court challenge to one of the keystones of President Barack Obama's health care law. Now, he says he's preparing a plan to help... Read more »
A U.S. Marine who vanished a decade ago in Iraq was convicted Monday of desertion for leaving his post there and then fleeing to Lebanon after a brief return to the U.S. Read more »
President Barack Obama told dozens of the nation's governors Sunday night that they probably wouldn't agree on all issues, but said he expected they'd find more in common than sometimes is assumed. Read more »
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is holding off on plans to return 186 wild horses to the range in central Nevada pending the review of an appeal filed by a rancher and rural county opposed to... Read more »
Several Republican governors are urging GOP congressional leaders to stand firm next week in opposing legislation funding the Department of Homeland Security if it doesn't also overturn President... Read more »
With three weeks left before Utah lawmakers wrap up their annual session, the House and Senate hope to fuse their competing visions for tackling Medicaid and the state gas tax while moving through... Read more »
Heavy snow up to three inches an hour began falling on Colorado's Front Range on Saturday as people prepared for another round from a storm that could bring two feet or more to some areas by the... Read more »
A group of New Mexico lawmakers wants to create a 500-mile, statewide recreation trail that stretches from Colorado to Texas and weaves through majestic vistas, monuments and cultural areas in the... Read more »
A record 10.1 million people visited Wyoming last year, accounting for an estimated $3.3 billion of the state's economy, and the state tourism director is hopeful that lower gasoline prices will... Read more »
A new website is trying to give Internet viewers a taste of the mountaineering journey up Grand Teton's 13,770-foot summit. Read more »
A top Wyoming lawmaker says the debate over whether to expand the federal Medicaid system in the state isn't over yet. Read more »
An Oklahoma prisoner accused of threatening a judge faces more counts after being shot in a failed escape attempt during a flight change at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Read more »
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