Utah State Hospital looks to memorialize patients forgotten decades ago
The Utah State Hospital needs donations and interest from the public to officially commemorate hundreds of former patients who died in custody but without contact with family.
Ann Romney sees son Josh Romney running for Utah governor
Josh Romney has said he considering a run for Utah governor in 2020. But his mother, Ann Romney, didn't equivocate Monday in a "Today" show interview when asked if she thought her son would seek the job.
Herbert vetoes bill getting rid of bipartisan appointments to state boards
Gov. Gary Herbert vetoed a bill that removed from state law a requirement that some Utah boards and commissions have bipartisan representation.
Herbert, Stewart meet with Trump for Monday's repeal of controversial planning rule
The controversial rule on a new land planning approach by the Bureau of Land Management was axed Monday by President Donald J. Trump in signing ceremony. The rule was fought by Utah and other Western states that said it stripped them of their power.
Draper volunteers 2 sites for a new Salt Lake County homeless center
Just two days before a homeless site recommendation is due under state law, Draper leaders have volunteered two possible sites to locate a new homeless resource center.
Regulators gearing up for big changes to Utah liquor laws
State alcohol regulators are gearing up for some of the most sweeping changes to Utah liquor laws in several years
Governor signs outdoor cooking bill into law
Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill allowing outdoor cooking — including commercial — to continue even on days when there are inversions. The measure precludes future restrictions from being passed, dismaying clean-air advocates.