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One night a week, after wrapping up his classes on strengthening marriage and family, and family and public policy, Brigham Young University professor Alan Hawkins teaches a different kind of class in the 4th District Courthouse in Provo - a state-mandated orientation course for divorcing parents.
Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
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Federal prosecutor Brent Ward dropped out the race for attorney general Wednesday amid questions about whether he meets residency requirements for the office.
A state commission has once again recommended raising the salaries of Utah's top officials, suggesting a pay jump of about 37 percent.
In need of a little extra cash for the holidays? You might have some unclaimed money tucked away with the State of Utah.
The National Association of Social Workers, Utah Chapter, supports the Medicaid expansion solution for Utah.
Spc. Adam Christensen, originally from Smithfield, was named the 2013 Department of the Army Soldier of the Year after a series of competitions.
Becoming a professional basketball player, or doing something in the NBA, is a dream that James Neal, 16, can actually visualize now.
Tommy Turgeon, 18, lives with spina bifida. The Utah Center for Assistive Technology and Ability Found presented Turgeon with a fully loaded wheelchair capable SUV and a new wheelchair on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
Santa Claus took an early flight Tuesday sans reindeer to bring some early holiday cheer to children in southern Utah.
Geologists at BYU have discovered what may have been the world's largest supervolcano, which collapsed and exploded in western Utah.
There wasn't a cloud in the sky and nary a drop of moisture showing up on the radar Monday evening when meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City noticed a large, and growing, blip due west of Salt Lake City.
Women, the elderly and some of Utah's most vulnerable populations in need of specialty care from nurse practitioners now will be able to receive those services, thanks, in part, to a faculty member from USU Eastern.
Ramen Pop-Up Fiana Bistro chef/proprietor Brandon Edward Price and foodie/cook/KUER producer Benjamin Bombard are teaming up on Friday, Dec. 13, to host a unique dinner at Enko Pop-up Restaurant.
John Koskinen, President Obama's choice to head the Internal Revenue Service prepares to testify on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, before the Senate Finance Committee hearing on his nomination.
The Ute Indian Tribe has filed a federal lawsuit against Wasatch County saying it has no business prosecuting the tribal member because she was arrested inside historic boundaries of a reservation.
The flu shot has claimed its first victim in the state of Utah, at least according to state health officials who insist that there is no official record of any individual ever previously dying as a result of the annual jab.