Friday May 10
Guv pick for corrections chief unanimously endorsed by Senate committee
Rollin Cook, a retired chief deputy from the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office, was unanimously recommended Friday for state Senate confirmation next week as Utah's new executive director of the Department of Corrections.
Community rallies to support Eagle Mountain widow, 6 children
Audrey Uribe, 10, and Aimee Dodd make angels in the new grass in Dodd's backyard in Eagle Mountain on Thursday, May 9, 2013.
Officials urge homeowners to prepare for fire season
The recent, dramatic pictures of the California fires have alerted Utahns to prepare for the upcoming fire season as well.
Salt Lake Tribune
Mayors tell UTA to focus on quick, simple commuter solutions
A parade of invited mayors told the Utah Transit Authority board Tuesday what they want in future transit : quicker commutes, ability to go more places, reasonable but low fares, and stations designed to attract high-density development to help take cars off the road as the population grows.
Eagle Mountain neighborhood goes pink for woman fighting cancer
A Utah County neighborhood has gone pink - from lawns to trees - all in support of one of their own who is battling breast cancer.
Utah Orthodontic Office Announces New Hire to Their Orthotime Team
Dr. Jeremy Watson and his staff at Orthotime orthodontics proudly announce the new hire of Alyssa Samson, a bright new dental assistant that will surely add to the already stellar patient experience at this Utah Valley orthodontist office.
Battling the stigma of suicide
Arianne Brown talks about her sister, Megan Einfeldt, who committed suicide six years ago.