Supreme Court weighing canyon water case
Oral arguments Friday before the Utah Supreme Court will help justices determine if a Little Cottonwood Canyon property owner has the legal right to challenge the state engineer's decision on a change application regarding the use of water.
Sports Jazz snap four-game losing skid in Boston without Gobert, Favors
Opinion 13 political cartoons on Roy Moore and Alabama's special election
Here are some political cartoons on recent news events.
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There's a growing movement toward more mindful tech use, both through user habits and company design.
Amid inversion, focus turns to keeping students active indoors
The Salt Lake County Health Department is lending a helping hand to schools by providing equipment for several games children can play while having indoor recess.
Report: Utah prison population down, returning parolees up
Utah’s prison population has dropped the past two years, but the number of people on parole and probation returning for various crimes and violations sharply increased, a new state report shows.