Chaffetz says Trump, Obama administrations no different in stonewalling his investigations
Rep. Jason Chaffetz expressed frustration Sunday that the White House hasn't been as receptive as he expected to furthering the investigations he launched as head of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Crews make headway on Brian Head fire, but residents still out of homes
Winds died down Monday, giving firefighters hope they could gain ground against a blaze that overtook one home and continued to threaten others in Brian Head, Iron County.
Campaign hopes to help reduce workplace accidents in Utah
The rumble of heavy equipment filled the area as workers demonstrated proper safety around cranes, backhoes and forklifts.
Battle heating up between lawmakers, governor over special congressional election
The battle is heating up once again between legislative leaders and Gov. Gary Herbert over the special election process for filling Rep. Jason Chaffetz's seat in Congress.
GOP candidate Tanner Ainge on Jazz star Gordon Hayward: 'I hope he stays'
Third Congressional District candidate Tanner Ainge says he doesn't hold much sway over famous father, Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge, at least when it comes to personnel decisions.
State officials seek to avoid repeat of summertime algal blooms
Environmental policy managers Tuesday discussed strategies for managing algae growth and mitigating the nutrient loading that seeps into Utah's water, causing summertime algal blooms.
Lawmakers review legal position, consider options in special election dispute
After listening to more than 1 1/2 hours of legal analysis Tuesday, legislators will meet again to consider what to do next in their ongoing dispute with Gov. Gary Herbert over control of the special congressional election.
Counties drawing maps on preferred monument boundaries
The Interior Department asked counties impacted from monument designations under agency review because of controversy to draw their preferred monument boundaries, including for Grand Staircase-Escalante in Utah.
Educators want state funding to increase enrollment capacity in Utah's nursing schools
Educators inquired with legislators Tuesday about what funding can be provided to allow for higher enrollment in nursing programs in Utah, citing both a nurse shortage in the state and schools' inability to admit all qualified students.
Utah lawmakers might consider allowing higher alcohol content for beer sold in grocery stores
Utah lawmakers might consider increasing the alcohol content allowed in beer sold in grocery and convenience stores as national breweries look at cutting production of 3.2 percent beer because all but two states have abandoned it.