- Group linked to billionaire Koch brothers opens Utah chapter Updated: May-24-15 11:51 am
SALT LAKE CITY - The main political advocacy group for the libertarian Koch brothers has opened a chapter in Utah, though it will likely stay out of elections in the state dominated by Republicans who already share many of the values espoused by the influential billionaires.
- For 2nd year, Mormon LGBT group's bid to join parades denied Updated: May-23-15 5:07 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - For the second straight year, organizers of two of Utah's most popular parades have rejected a Mormon LGBT group's request to participate.
- Provo police chief calls for expanded Medicaid to help crime Updated: May-23-15 1:24 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A Utah police chief is calling on state lawmakers to accept federal funding to expand Medicaid as a way to fight crime.
- Former BYU cheerleader finds new skills in aerial silk Updated: May-22-15 6:36 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - By the time Jessica Kehl graduated from Brigham Young University in 2009, she had been doing gymnastics and cheerleading for nearly half her life.
- Conservative group yanks TV ads targeting Utah congressmen Updated: May-22-15 4:54 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A conservative group has yanked television ads set to air Friday targeting U.S. Reps. Rob Bishop and Chris Stewart after the two Utah congressmen announced they share the group's view that a federal export bank should be shut down.
- Salt Lake City police: Man, 29, struck girlfriend with car Updated: May-22-15 11:43 am
SALT LAKE CITY - Police say a 25-year-old woman is in critical condition after her boyfriend purposely hit her with his car.
- Jill Parrish confirmed as new federal judge in Utah Updated: May-22-15 10:44 am
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah Supreme Court Justice Jill Parrish has been confirmed as a federal judge for the state district.
- Governor: Fossil fuels will remain big part of economy Updated: May-21-15 4:50 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah Gov. Gary Herbert says that while the state is moving toward using more renewable energy, fossil fuels will remain important to the economy for the next generation.
- Family of man shot in court views courtroom video Updated: May-21-15 11:16 am
SALT LAKE CITY - The family of a defendant fatally shot during a federal court trial in Salt Lake City says officials have let them see courtroom videos of the incident.
- Lawmakers hoping for deal this year to allow Tesla in Utah Updated: May-20-15 5:09 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - State lawmakers said Wednesday they hope to work out a compromise law this year that would allow Tesla Motors to start selling its electric cars at its $3 million showroom in Salt Lake City.
- Prosecutors file new charge against former top Utah lawman Updated: May-20-15 4:57 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Prosecutors have filed a new money laundering charge against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow.
- Salt Lake City officials wants new prison housed elsewhere Updated: May-20-15 3:02 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Salt Lake City officials are asking residents to join them in opposing the state's new prison.
- Report shows few Utah agencies report using drones Updated: May-19-15 6:31 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A new state report published online this week shows only three government agencies in Utah reported using drones over the past year.
- Jason Chaffetz to undergo gallbladder surgery in Utah Updated: May-19-15 1:38 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A spokeswoman for Congressman Jason Chaffetz says he will return to Utah Tuesday to undergo gallbladder surgery.
- After search, Chicago man finally meets birth dad in Utah Updated: May-17-15 6:13 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A Chicago man's search for his birth father has ended with success in Utah.
- Study: Sundance brought $83 million to Utah in 2015 Updated: May-17-15 3:20 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A new University of Utah study shows attendees at the Sundance Film Festival are getting younger and eschewing hotels to stay at friends' homes.
- States saying 'no' to cities seeking to regulate businesses Updated: May-17-15 11:06 am
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Alarmed about cities trying to outlaw plastic bags, the director of the Missouri Grocers Association decided to do something about it. So Dan Shaul turned to his state legislator- himself - and guided a bill to passage barring local governments from banning the bags.
- 3 high school seniors in Utah named US Presidential Scholars Updated: May-16-15 8:07 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Three high school seniors in Utah are among 141 students nationwide who have been named U.S. Presidential Scholars.
- 'Sting like a butterfly': Holyfield jabs Romney for charity Updated: May-16-15 10:01 am
SALT LAKE CITY - Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and five-time heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield squared off in the ring at a charity fight night event in Salt Lake City.
- Utah police arrest 2nd man in connection with shooting death Updated: May-15-15 6:35 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Police have arrested a 42-year-old man in connection with the January shooting death of another man in Salt Lake City.
- Utah man who shot would-be carjacker will not be charged Updated: May-15-15 12:28 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A man who shot and killed a would-be carjacker outside a Utah grocery store will not face criminal charges, prosecutors have ruled.
- Steelworker dies from fall at theater construction site Updated: May-15-15 10:53 am
SALT LAKE CITY - A steelworker has died after falling 20 feet from a ladder at a Salt Lake City construction site.
- Mayor: Ex-staffer who is now lawmaker lost campaign cash Updated: May-13-15 4:54 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah prosecutors say they're looking into allegations that a Democratic state lawmaker who worked for Salt Lake County's mayor cannot account for $30,000 in missing campaign cash.
- Some LGBT residents critical of Utah anti-discrimination law Updated: May-12-15 8:43 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A Mormon church-backed anti-discrimination law that protects gay and transgender people and religious rights took effect Tuesday amid skepticism from some LGBT residents over whether it lives up to its promises.
- Trooper's credibility to cost cases, says district attorney Updated: May-12-15 7:35 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Salt Lake County prosecutors say cases may be thrown out in light of concerns about a former Utah state trooper's credibility.