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SALT LAKE CITY , December 7, 2013 - Grassroots efforts to thwart what opponents are calling "mass spying" by the National Security Agency are heating up in Utah.
There are over 600 items on Special Price Adjustments for the December holidays, so when Utahans walk into the Utah DABC State Liquor Stores this month, they will expect to hear Santa chuckling.
The bobsleigh and skeleton World Cup is taking place in Utah this weekend, and one of Utah's own has already won gold and set a track record.
It will be spring 2014 before Utahns get a look at new disciplinary guidelines being proposed for teachers who get into trouble.
As many as 97,000 Utahns receiving benefits through the state Department of Workforce Services may be impacted by a data breach through JPMorgan Chase.
Sandy a They were there to provide security, but video showed four Utah Department of Corrections officers stealing liquor from a party in Park City.
Public health clinics in five southwest Utah counties are not stocking the HPV vaccine because the director of the regional health department thinks the vaccine is controversial and too expensive.
Citing low demand, high costs - and questioning the benefits, Utah's Southwest Public Department of Health does not stock or recommend Gardasil, the vaccine against HPV, the cancer-causing human papilloma virus.
There is no question that voters were stripped of their right to participate in a fair and honest election when Swallow was elected.
The Amicus Award has been presented only three other times over the IDA Documentary Awards' 29-year run, to Michael Donaldson, John Hendricks and Steven Spielberg.
Doctors told the Ogden man that he might not live to see another Christmas. He is dying of terminal lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Eighty years ago, today - on Dec. 5, 1933 - Utah became the 36th and deciding state to ratify the 21st amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ending prohibition and allowing liquor to flow legally across the country.
Matt Slonaker, the executive director of the Utah Health Policy Project, said the widespread technical troubles combined with political opposition to the health overhaul caused many to wonder if the law was doomed.
Locked inside Mother Nature's freezer, Utah shivered through single-digit, and in some places well below zero temperatures early Thursday - and Friday promised to be a frigid encore.
Desert Star Playhouse will present "Miracle on 42nd Street." Legendary producer C.B. d'Mille is preparing to open his new show, "Christmas Magic."