S.L. mayor, Utah senators jockey for Trump's ear on monuments
The leader of Utah's liberal capital city and a pair of Utah Republican congressmen were jockeying for the president's ear on public lands Friday.
Huntsman Corp., Swiss company agree to $20B merger
Huntsman Corp. and Switzerland's Clariant agreed to a merger in an all-stock deal that would result in a chemicals giant with a market value of about $20 billion.
Utah Senate confirms appointment of 3 to GOED board
The Utah Senate confirmed the appointment of three new members to the board of directors of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. They will be officially sworn in at the June 8 board meeting.
Arby's to provide meal cards to Granite students
Beginning May 25, the Arby's Foundation will provide 43,200 meal cards to Granite School District students who rely on free or reduced lunch during the school year.
How Trump's proposed trade policies could impact Utah
The Trump administration's proposed changes to one of the nation's highest profile international trade deals could have a significant impact on Utah's economy, a local analyst says.
Police recover stolen 800-pound statue of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young
An 800-pound statue of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young chatting on a bench was found in good condition after being stolen early Tuesday, authorities said.
RizePoint sending 20 Utah students to STEM summer camps
RizePoint, a management software firm based in Cottonwood Heights, awarded scholarships to 20 Canyons School District students for STEM-oriented summer camps.
Michelle Singletary: When it's time to pay off college debt, there's no place like home
Michelle Singletary advocates for graduating young adults with debt to move back home if possible.
Dave Ramsey says: You can't fix it for her
Dave Ramsey says he will never advise someone to get or keep a mortgage just for the tax deduction, and he advises someone to help their sister change her financial ways instead of giving her money.
Ad targeting Utah's .05 percent DUI law to run in Las Vegas newspaper
A national organization's ongoing fight against Utah's lowest-in-the-nation legal blood alcohol content for driving will hit a Nevada newspaper Wednesday.