City Council candidates offer diverse opinions on homelessness, community growth
As voters enter the final week to turn in primary election ballots, several Salt Lake City Council candidates have focused on infrastructure, community development and homelessness as key issues in their respective neighborhoods.
Operation Rio Grande underway in embattled downtown neighborhood
A massive police effort is underway in Salt Lake's embattled Rio Grande neighborhood, the center of the state's homeless population and drug trade.
GOP congressional primary may be too close to call
It could take until the end of the week to know who won Tuesday's hotly contested Republican primary in the 3rd Congressional District race to replace former Rep. Jason Chaffetz.
Curtis declared winner, but Herrod not ready to concede
John Curtis was declared the winner in Tuesday's Republican primary for the 3rd Congressional District seat vacated earlier this summer by former Rep. Jason Chaffetz.
Gov. Herbert says new prison will restore hope for inmates' future
The groundbreaking for the new state prison followed yearslong discussions that eventually led to outrage from Salt Lake City leaders and residents when state officials selected the site about 6 miles west of the Salt Lake City International Airport.
Herrod wants to see updated results before conceding to Curtis
Utah County won't be releasing any additional results in the 3rd Congressional District primary until Friday afternoon, and one of the two losing candidates won't concede until he sees them.
Utah awaits approval of terms for expansion of medical benefits
The wait continues for a portion of Utah's uninsured, as federal officials mull over a handful of amendments to potential expansion of health benefits.