Op-ed: Salt Lake City can band together to solve another kind of traffic problem
Where we excel as a state in economic health, mobility and employment, we struggle to address this industry of slavery in our midst.
Four Utah ski resorts among best in the U.S., new list says
Snowbird ranked at No. 3 on the list, just ahead of Park City Mountain Resort, which placed fourth on the list.
A.M. notes: BYU study on sexual assault, Zimbabwe leader on the way out, American Family Survey results
Want to get ahead of the news to start your day? Here’s a look at the news for Nov. 16.
The best time to buy a used car is now, actually
A new report from iSeeCars.com, which analyzed more than 48 million car sales from 2013 to 2016 on holidays, found that some of the best holidays for buying cars happen in the fall and winter.
In our opinion: Balancing growth and preservation in suburban Utah is no easy task
Now, in the sprawling towns around the capital city, citizens are seeing the results of rambling development and rapid population growth and some are starting to say, “Slow down.”
Greg Bell: Seema Verma, Operation Rio Grande and the Justice Reinvestment Initiative
Medicaid will not only cover mental health services, but in a wonderful development, will allow recipients to receive substance abuse therapy and recovery as a covered benefit.
Hale Centre Theatre celebrates the grand opening of its new theater in Sandy
Hale Centre Theatre inaugurated its new home at the Mountain America Performing Arts Centre on Thursday with a grand opening gala and performance of “Aida.”
In our opinion: The number of Utahns in debt is troubling, especially when retirement rolls around
There appears to be a proclivity among many to spend beyond reasonable means, which does not bode well for their future.
Letter: Thank you, Christine M. Durham, for your many accomplishments
Thank you for serving the Utah State Courts with excellence and distinction for 39 years.
Op-ed: Utah is poised to be a shining example of lifting children out of poverty
For people living in a state claiming the largest middle class and the lowest income inequality in the nation, Utahns unsurprisingly understand a great deal about their neighbors in need.