Report: 94-hour workweek required at minimum wage to afford 2-bedroom apartment in Utah
According to new data published by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a person or household earning minimum wage must work 76 hours per week in order to reasonably afford a one-bedroom apartment at the fair market rate in Utah.
Kaysville to screen documentary on opiate addition Wednesday
Kaysville is sponsoring a free screening of “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict” at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Kaysville Police Department, 80 Main.
Centerville looking for logo for newly created historic district
Centerville is sponsoring logo contest for the newly created Deuel Creek Historic District, the first such district in the city.
Nighttime paving on Hill Field Road begins Wednesday
Utah Department of Transportation crews will place the finish layer of asphalt on state Route 32, Hill Field Road, from Antelope Drive to 1225 North in Layton beginning Wednesday.
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.
Is Utah an independent state?
A new report from WalletHub placed Utah as the second-most independent state in the nation, behind Colorado.
Sunset firefighters replace 4-year-old's riding toy lost in fire
Janet Nelson said her 4-year-old daughter, Avery, was devastated when she learned her beloved Mickey Mouse-themed, battery-powered riding car had melted and burned in the shed.
Rep. Mia Love to play in congressional women's softball game for cancer awareness
Rep. Mia Love will take the field Wednesday in the annual congressional women's softball game to raise money for breast cancer awareness and the Young Survival Coalition.
Body of man who drowned in Farmington Pond recovered
The body of a 23-year-old man who drowned in Farmington Pond was recovered late Tuesday.
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.