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6 hrs ago | KSL-TV
John Swallow resigned as attorney general this week after raising more than $150,000 in campaign funds during the year that could be spent in a variety of ways, including on legal bills.
Should states get to ban abortion?
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
7 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Fitch Ratings has assigned a rating to Salt Lake County, Utah's bonds as follows: -- $42.9 million excise tax revenue bonds, series 2013 'AA'.
19 hrs ago | Salt Lake City Weekly
Winter is upon us, and with it the urge to hibernate and avoid getting out and getting involved.
20 hrs ago | KSL-TV
Just before midnight, Metro Gang Unit officers were looking for fugitive Brian Smith, 30, according to Lt.
The roads were clear of snow Wednesday in Cottonwood Heights, but the mayor and several residents say the private company recently contracted to plow the roads took too long to get the job done.
A woman who police say stole a van apparently had a change of heart after discovering that a small child was still in the vehicle.
Garbage collection fees are on the verge of going up $2 a month for 80,000 customers in the Salt Lake Valley.
The Salt Lake County Council is standing up to Gov. Gary Herbert again when it comes to appointments to water-district boards.
Motorists faced a slow, slushy commute Tuesday as snow fell along the Wasatch Front, with a winter storm warning in place.
Police say a teenager who claimed he was shot during a Kearns home-invasion robbery staged by two black men has admitted making up the story.
Murray, 73, lives in a whitewashed brick home, tucked into a narrow side street in Magna.
The 39-year-old former fifth-grade teacher of Nephi was charged in January in the alleged sexual assault of one of his former students.
Utah was among the states hardest hit by the Great Depression, which had left many of its rural and urban residents destitute and starving.
"She's a grand woman," says Shar Quinney, who only uses female pronouns to refer to the newly renamed Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre building.