Efforts to change the way Utah Republicans select their nominees were soundly defeated Saturday
For the sixth year in a row, Utah's economic outlook ranks No. 1 in the nation. Read more »
A long-awaited report highlighting the costs and benefits of Medicaid expansion in Utah was released by the state's health department Thursday. Read more »
Lawmakers met Wednesday for the first meeting of the Education Task Force. The task force was created during the most recent legislative session to advance long-term planning and goals for public... Read more »
A new network that includes representation by school board members, teachers, college and high school students says Utah's efforts to get control of federal lands is the wrong move. They say it... Read more »
Sen. Howard Stephenson, R-Draper, wants to offer gun manufacturers incentives that could include tax breaks to relocate in Utah. Read more »
Utah Democrats called Friday for legislative hearings into scandals surrounding some of the state's top elected officials. Read more »
Utah water quality regulators say a $3 increase per household on sewer rates would help the state address the most challenging water pollution problem they've seen since the federal Clean Water Act... Read more »
Utah's legislative Health Reform Task Force discusses complicated terms and processes mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which will continue to swing into effect throughout... Read more »
Utah's Republican Party will vote on a resolution opposing the Common Core State Standards on Saturday. The resolution has received an unfavorable recommendation by party leadership who worry the... Read more »
Utah lawmakers intend to pursue legislation that would regulate the sale and marketing of electronic cigarettes to children and teens. Read more »
Members of the State Office of Education presented their first report to the Education Interim Committee on the use of state class size reduction funds. Under a new law, schools must account and... Read more »
State lawmakers held a lively discussion Wednesday over whether the attorney general in Utah should be appointed or elected. Read more »
Sen. John Valentine, the legislator behind most of the recent changes to Utah's liquor laws, said Wednesday it's too soon to say whether he will sponsor a bill next session lowering the blood... Read more »
The National Transportation Safety Board wants all states to lower the impaired driving definitions for blood-alcohol content from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent. Read more »
The federal government is asking a U.S. District Court judge to take emergency action preventing a law from taking effect Tuesday that would limit federal law enforcement officers' authority in... Read more »
A Google trekker hiked Deer Creek State Park Monday wearing a backpack with a camera mounted on top to capture panoramic footage of the area. Read more »
Embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow will likely be a topic of discussion as state lawmakers gather for interim meetings Wednesday. Read more »
When Utah teenagers want to hit the road this week, they are going to have to hang up their cellphones. On Tuesday a new law prohibiting teens from using a cellphone while driving takes effect. Read more »
A new law that will take effect this month may impact the way employers screen potential candidates and treat current employees. Read more »
It's not an election year, but GOP state delegates still have some big political decisions to make when they gather for their annual convention Saturday. Read more »
Legislative leaders say they're waiting on the feds before considering any action regarding Utah Attorney General John Swallow. But the Department of Justice might never shed light on the alleged... Read more »
A Uintah County woman who says she's the chairwoman of an American Indian tribe has filed a 250-page document that lays claim to millions of acres of land in four Utah counties. Read more »
Rollin Cook, a retired sheriff's deputy, was unanimously recommended Friday for state Senate confirmation next week as Utah's new executive director of the Department of Corrections. Read more »
Utah is getting everything it wanted from the federal government in a new agreement allowing the state to continue to run its health insurance exchange for small businesses, Gov. Gary Herbert said... Read more »
A convicted swindler claims Attorney General John Swallow and former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff lived it up on his dime at posh Southern California resort. Read more »
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