2 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
More restaurants on wheels continue to pop up around the Salt Lake Valley, hoping to emulate the success of the Chow Truck , which made its first appearance in 2010.
6 hrs ago | Deseret News
Burbank said it is valuable for a school to be reviewed by outside sources, but it's important with any study or report to look beyond the data's face value.
Skateboarders and bikers wouldn't get kicked off the University of Utah campus but would be subject to new rules and safety warnings under a plan approved Monday.
Ohio State President E. Gordon Gee's retirement July 1 may bring changes to the university administration, but Gee will still be calling Columbus home.
Since splitting with fiance Emily Maynard in October 2012, Bachelorette star Jeff Holm has taken his time in the romance department.
A dapper older gentleman spurns his mate of a certain age to take a fresh-faced young lover.
People are more likely to lie or make immoral decisions after being exposed to money-related words, according to researchers from Harvard and the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business who published a report last month in the journal "Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes."
There is one, and only one, answer to America's burgeoning national debt, now in the many trillions of dollars and seemingly impossible to repay.
South Salt Lake a Mayor Ben McAdams kicked off a campaign Monday to lend more Salt Lake County assistance to after-school programs and early-education opportunities in hopes of enhancing the community by doing more for its disadvantaged children.
Utah athletics director Chris Hill is overseeing a lot of things. There are plenty of projects in the works as the Utes assimilate to life in the Pac-12.
Entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist James Lee Sorenson is focusing his energy and his money on impact investing.
The search began in mid-August after 14-year Village Manager Russell Van Gompel resigned to take over as city manager of Eau Claire.
People who have just seen images of money or phrases about money are more likely to do something unethical like steal paper from their office because they ran out of paper at home.
Money is so corrupting that even the simple act of thinking about it can lead people to act in unethical ways, according to a recent study from the University of Utah and Harvard University.
In April 2003 Parker Jensen was diagnosed with cancer, rare ewing sarcoma, after he was taken to an oral surgeon to have a growth removed from his tongue.