Protesters at an anti-corruption rally at the Capitol said they want the impeachment process to go forward.
Members of the Utah House will investigate embattled Attorney General John Swallow outside of the impeachment process, a decision made Wednesday by the majority GOP after three hours of... Read more »
Protesters at an anti-corruption rally at the Capitol Wednesday said they want the impeachment process to go forward and want Attorney General John Swallow out. Read more »
Should Utah launch a national registry for putative fathers? Should access to adoption records be expanded? The Utah Legislature's Health and Human Services Interim Committee weighed the risks and... Read more »
Members of the Education Interim Committee discussed updates and potential changes to the state's school grading law, which has undergone several changes and generated vocal opposition since its... Read more »
A legislative investigation into Attorney General John Swallow that would mark the beginning of possible impeachment proceedings is "highly likely," House Majority Leader Brad Dee, R-Ogden, said... Read more »
Despite urging by members of the State Water Development Commission, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert reiterated Tuesday he will not change his mind and will not sign a controversial water sharing agreement... Read more »
The results of a new BYU poll show that support for embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow is "extremely low," hovering at around 12 percent. Read more »
Two former employees of imprisoned businessman Marc Session Jenson back up their boss' claims against A.G. John Swallow and former A.G. Mark Shurtleff in sworn statements included in weekend court... Read more »
Utah House Republicans gather Wednesday for an extended caucus meeting to consider whether to begin impeachment proceedings against Attorney General John Swallow. Here's a look a what's at stake... Read more »
Attorneys for imprisoned swindler Marc Sessions Jenson filed court documents Saturday claiming he is a victim of a "shakedown" by embattled Attorney General John Swallow and his predecessor, Mark... Read more »
At the kick-off meeting Wednesday of the state's new prison relocation board, members talked about how to answer the question of whether a move makes sense. Read more »
Gov. Gary R. Herbert is seeking nominees for District 6 of the Utah State School Board. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert said Tuesday that if embattled Attorney General John Swallow worked for him, he'd be gone. Read more »
Applications are now being accepted for the position of judge of the Utah Court of Appeals. The vacancy results from the pending retirement of Judge William A. Thorne Jr., effective Sept. 15. Read more »
A renowned business and economic analyst is warning leaders against believing all the media “hype” about Utah’s fiscal management. Read more »
Democratic lawmakers want the Utah Legislature to investigate allegations swirling around embattled Attorney General John Swallow. Read more »
With only two law firms responding to the request for special counsel to investigate alleged election law violations regarding Attorney General John Swallow, the state is extending the bid period... Read more »
A Utah lawmaker is eyeing legislation that would give a judge the ability to revoke child custody and restrict visitation in cases where a parent is suspected of murdering a spouse. Read more »
The left-leaning Alliance for a Better Utah is the latest group to call for Attorney General John Swallow to step down. Read more »
The Salt Lake City School Board voted to approve a property tax increase Tuesday. The increase would raise $3.6 million for the district. Read more »
Col. Val L. Peterson, commander of the Utah National Guard’s Land Component Command, was promoted to brigadier general in an official ceremony Saturday. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert named Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams and five others Wednesday to the board charged with looking at a new location for the state prison. Read more »
Plans are moving forward to launch an initiative petition drive to let voters decide if candidates should be able to bypass the caucus and convention system used by political parties. Read more »
For the sixth year in a row, Utah's economic outlook ranks No. 1 in the nation. Read more »
Utah House Republicans gather Wednesday for an extended caucus meeting to consider whether to begin impeachment proceedings against Attorney General John Swallow. Here's a look a what's at stake and how it will be done. Read more »
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