Brewvies Cinema Pub wants a judge to stop the DABC from taking any action against the theater.
The sponsor of a grandparents' rights bill vetoed by Gov. Gary Herbert over concerns it could jeopardize adoptive parents' rights said Thursday he is willing to work with the governor to refine the... Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert waited until just before his midnight Wednesday deadline to veto three bills and budget line items in three others passed by the 2016 Legislature. Read more »
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders picked up 29 delegates after running away with the Utah Democratic presidential preference caucus last week. Read more »
Utah's college students could be paying anywhere from $108 to $278 more in tuition next year, with additional increases in student fees at some institutions. Read more »
The Utah County chapter of the Utah Farm Bureau organized its Farm Field Days at a Springville farm, where second-graders were able to learn some of the ins and outs of agriculture, and where some... Read more »
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed 31 bills into law on Wednesday, including the controversial Sustainable Transportation and Energy Plan Act. Critics say the measure gives Rocky Mountain Power too much... Read more »
The Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission has announced a list of nominees to fill two current vacancies on the Utah Court of Appeals. Read more »
Money for a new state liquor store in Davis County was among several alcohol-related measures Utah lawmakers approved in the legislative session that ended earlier this month. Read more »
Now with $9.25 million in state and federal money in hand, city and county officials can continue searching for solutions to homelessness in Utah. The next step? Choosing a site for a new homeless... Read more »
The governor has signed a bill that makes Utah the first state to require doctors to give anesthesia to women having an abortion at 20 weeks of pregnancy or later. Read more »
Some of Utah's most popular independent grocery stores and pharmacies will now make naloxone, an overdose reversal drug, available without a prescription. Read more »
Two Utah firefighters asked a federal appeals court to revive their lawsuit against state authorities who the men claim falsely accused them of prescription drug fraud after a warrantless search of... Read more »
Environmental groups and some California politicians don't want Utah coal shipped out of Oakland, but proponents of an export terminal say it is a solid business venture and a critical lifeline to... Read more »
Experts are alarmed by what they say is a huge rise in gonorrhea cases in Utah falling largely on communities that have historically been considered low-risk. Read more »
The Utah Foundation 2016 Priorities Project reveals Utah voters are most concerned about health care, with a few environmental issues also showing up among their Top 10 priorities. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert signed two bills Friday that will fund millions in assistance for Utah's neediest — $9.25 million for homeless services and $15 million in medical coverage for the poorest... Read more »
A key figure in the criminal cases against ex-Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff was found not guilty of 78 of the 86 charges against him Friday. Ryan Riddle was found guilty of... Read more »
Utah's governor has signed more than half of the 474 bills state legislators passed during the 2016 session. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert and the Governor's Office of Economic Development unveiled a new $4.6 million advertising campaign Thursday to promote Utah tourism. Read more »
Just over a year ago, Mitt Romney warned Utah leaders that the state GOP's decision to switch from a presidential primary to a party-run caucus election was "a bad decision" that would limit voter... Read more »
Bernie Sanders trounced Hillary Clinton in the Utah presidential preference caucus Tuesday, but state Democratic Party officials still didn't know Wednesday how many delegates to award the Vermont... Read more »
Sen. Bernie Sanders appears to have had a big night at Utah's first-ever presidential preference caucus. Read more »
After months of saying he'd like to see a governor in the White House, Gov. Gary Herbert endorsed Republican Sen. Ted Cruz for president on Monday, a move Ohio Gov. John Kasich's Utah campaign... Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill Monday that will standardize the "In God We Trust" license plate as an option for Utah motorists. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert announced Monday that he will join Mitt Romney during Tuesday night's caucus meeting and vote for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz as the Republican presidential nominee. Read more »
A resolution passed this last session by Utah lawmakers encourages Utah's congressional delegation to seek a title transfer for ownership of some federal water projects. Those transfers have... Read more »
Jeremy Johnson has asked for a mistrial in the in the fraud and money laundering case against the ex-millionaire and two of his business partners, as jurors wrapped up a second day of deliberations. Read more »
Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, posted on Facebook that he would encourage others to vote for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz "so that we can have an open convention and nominate a Republican." Read more »
Utah incumbents may have to share space on primary election ballots this year with candidates who intend to gather signatures rather than go through the state's caucus and convention system. Read more »
What's driving Utah voters? The most important issues are the economy, national security and health. Read more »
Utah State University leaders announced Wednesday the opening of the Jon M. Huntsman Hall, which adds 21 classrooms and 21 study rooms to the university's existing business facility. Read more »
An organization filed a complaint with the Utah Attorney General's Office asking to determine whether Rep. Ken Ivory, R-West Jordan, "misused" state resources of obstructed a previous investigation... Read more »
A federal judge appears to have changed his thinking that the signature gathering requirements in Utah's controversial election law might be unconstitutional. Read more »
If signed into law by Gov. Gary Herbert, "In God We Trust" license plates would become a standard option at the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles, and motorists would also have four new specialty... Read more »
For a third time, former TV and radio pitchman Dell Schanze filed to run for governor of Utah Monday, according to candidate information recorded by the Utah Lt. Governor's Office. Read more »
Utah's 2016 legislative session has ended. What happens next? Read more »
A judge on Monday tossed out part of a lawsuit filed by a family who says they were beaten by drunken revelers at a ski resort's Oktoberfest celebration because the event has turned into a... Read more »
Friction had already been sparked between Republican and Democratic House leaders before the start of the 2016 Legislature over the minority party being shut out from the debate over Medicaid... Read more »
From Medicaid to to medical marijuana, lawmakers tackled several thorny issues this year. Here are some issues that might be of interest to your family. Read more »
After four sessions and even more months during the interim spent talking about and attempting to pass something akin to Medicaid expansion, they finally did it. Utah lawmakers this year agreed to... Read more »
Utah lawmakers teed up several proposals this year that some perceived as upsetting a delicate compromise struck 12 months ago between religious freedom and gay rights. Read more »
From testing to technology, Utah's classrooms will see several changes next year as a result of Utah's 2016 legislative session. Read more »
Community leaders and advocates for people experiencing homelessness came together Friday to thank state lawmakers for their leadership and an appropriation of $9.25 million to launch an initiative... Read more »
As Utah prepares to "spring forward" Sunday, AAA Utah says there are safety concerns that come with the daylight saving time change. Read more »
Utah's 2016 legislative session ended Thursday with $445 million in new money for public and higher education, exceeding Gov. Gary Herbert's budget request for schools by more than $20 million. Read more »
The brother of executed killer Ronnie Lee Gardner was detained by police Thursday night after storming into the House gallery to protest lawmakers' lack of action on a proposal to repeal the death... Read more »
Donald Trump made clear Friday what Gov. Gary Herbert and other Utah Republicans have feared: He has no interest in participating in the GOP's March 21 presidential debate in Salt Lake City. Read more »
This session was mostly a sleeper year for pressing issues related to the environment, but lawmakers did throw some money toward purchasing pollution monitors, and education and research. They also... Read more »
The Legislature finally reached agreement on Medicaid expansion, one of last year's most contentious issues, voting in the final days of the 2016 session to extend the federal assistance program to... Read more »
Sen. Mike Lee endorsed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Thursday, making him the first U.S. senator to back Cruz's bid for president. Read more »
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