How Cottonwood Mall project fight could inspire changes to Utah's local referendum laws
After a year marked with clashes between developers and residents fighting high-density development across the Wasatch Front, Utahns this legislative session may see changes to laws giving citizens the power to challenge local zoning decisions.
SportsUtah's beloved sports information director Bruce Woodbury passes away
Longtime athletics administrator represented the Utes well over a lengthy career.
EntertainmentFive for Families: 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' and other Golden Globe nominees
This year's annual Golden Globes ceremony awarded Sony's “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” the best animated motion picture of 2018.
InDepthA third of Americans can't name all four of their grandparents. Here's why it matters
A recent survey suggests Americans don't know much about their forebears and may not even know where or how their own parents met. But studies show that knowing where you came from builds a sense of identity that is important to emotional well-being.
Report: U.S. cancer deaths down 27% since 1991. Here's what Utahns can take away from the analysis
Cancer deaths in the United States fell by 27 percent between 1991 and 2016, according to a new analysis from the American Cancer Society.
Who's making sure your mental health app is safe? No one, experts say
There's a growing conversation among mental health and technology researchers about how to ensure mental health apps are based on peer-reviewed research and rigorous evaluation.
What if the state of Utah picked up the cost of school fees instead of Utah families?
Utah high school may ditch 'Redmen' mascot
Canyons School Board asks state school board for more time to turn around Midvale Elementary
Students playing well on the field, in the classroom thanks to RSL donation
Do too many Utah teachers lack licensure, training?
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