John Swallow resigned as attorney general this week with nearly $300,000 in his campaign account.
Gov. Gary Herbert appointed Sanpete County Commissioner Jon Cox to fill a vacant seat in the Utah House of Representatives. Read more »
Changes to the Affordable Care Act proposed by President Barack Obama on Thursday won't likely have too much of an effect in Utah, as preemptive decisions by state lawmakers already grandfathered... Read more »
Senate Minority Leader Gene Davis, D-Salt Lake City, said he had no idea how serious a problem teenage homelessness was when he was contacted about the plight of a 17-year-old girl who fled her home. Read more »
A group of Utah parents is pursuing changes in state commerce rules to allow them to purchase a potentially "life-improving therapy" derived from marijuana plants legally grown in neighboring... Read more »
State lawmakers want information from the man who touched off the political firestorm that led to their investigation of embattled Attorney General John Swallow. Read more »
Members of the Education Task Force on Monday discussed a draft of a strategic plan framework that delineates the educational responsibilities of parents, schools and elected officials. Read more »
Fifty-one protective orders — 37 temporary and 14 permanent — have been issued under a new state law that went into effect in May. The law allows Utahns 18 and older who are abused or... Read more »
Republican delegates in House District 58 have selected a replacement for former Rep. Spencer Cox — his fourth cousin. Read more »
A legislative investigation into embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow intensified Friday, a day after he suggested state lawmakers have it in for him. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert issued an executive order Friday urging state agencies to find way to hire more veterans. Read more »
A payday loan software company that once employed Attorney General John Swallow wants a judge to quash a subpoena it received from the Utah House special investigative committee. Read more »
Protect Our Neighborhood Elections is emerging as a counter voice to Count My Vote, an initiative that seeks to change Utah's election process to a direct primary instead of the state's unique... Read more »
The Utah Environmental Congress and WildEarth Guardians say the Utah Bureau of Land Management proposal to protect the greater sage grouse does not go far enough and actually lowers protections on... Read more »
Attorney General John Swallow struck an angry tone at times Thursday as he denied deleting any of his emails or computer files that a Utah House investigative committee says have disappeared. Read more »
A Utah House committee raised suspicion that data missing from Attorney General John Swallow's computers was deliberately destroyed. But his lawyer said Thursday that Swallow never deleted emails... Read more »
A lawyer for the Utah House committee investigating Attorney General John Swallow says it's troubling that records are missing from every electronic device Swallow has had since he became chief... Read more »
A letter penned by four climate scientists urges the environmental community to embrace nuclear power as a way to reduce global warming and climate change. The missive stirs up debate in Utah,... Read more »
Five Utah legislators toured two high schools Monday that received low marks from the new school grading system, giving the state lawmakers an opportunity to see the challenges each school faces. Read more »
The Utah Attorney General's Office won't oppose a House investigative committee motion compelling it to comply with a subpoena, but it intends to ask a judge to consider another way to provide... Read more »
In 1975, Dennis Strong went to work for the Utah Division of Water Resources intent on only staying long enough to become licensed as an engineer. On Monday, the water community bids him farewell... Read more »
Attorneys for the Utah House committee investigating Attorney General John Swallow want a judge to compel him to comply with a subpoena demanding electronic records, including a large amount that... Read more »
Hundreds of Utahns gathered Saturday in support of Utah Sen. Mike Lee who has taken a beating in recent weeks for his involvement in a government shutdown effort to defund the Affordable Care Act. Read more »
A diverse collection of advocacy groups joined forces Friday to urge Gov. Gary Herbert to expand Medicaid in Utah. Read more »
Eight listening sessions held across the state in July and August resulted in more than 800 comments as part of Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's efforts to begin mapping out a water strategy in the decades... Read more »
After hosting eight listening sessions throughout the state this summer and poring through more than 800 comments, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert convened a statewide summit Wednesday to begin the next... Read more »
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