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Once a week at the Main Library, Anderson-Foothill Branch, and Chapman Branch, The City Library partners with Intermountain Therapy Animals’ R.E.A.D. (Reading Education Assistance Dogs program to present Dog Day Afternoons,...
Utah’s Legislative Session kicks off on Monday. Today we’re joined by Representative Rebecca Chavez-Houck to get a preview of the session, about the legacy of late House Speaker Becky Lockhart, and to look in depth at the issues affecting downtown Salt Lake City at the legislature.
So the 2014 Utah Arts Festival happened this weekend, showcasing a lot of artwork, films, kids activities and whatnot, all under a blazing hot sun that wouldn't let up once. Despite the heat, this year was a damn fine festival with packed crowds ever
Though the bulk of the film focuses on articulating how colleges like Harvard, Stanford and Berkeley spend more of their resources on covering up sexual allegations than actually punishing the perpetrators, the stories of the survivors and their efforts to gain national traction and support...
Utah₀s emission tests are not fool-proof.
Catalytic converters can be hacked after an emission inspection to improve performance. Inspection forms can be tweaked. And equipment can break down after the fact, spewing smoke from a vehicle with a current inspection sticker.
State Rep. Patrice...
A man with a concealed weapons permit stopped the armed robbery of a Vernal restaurant Sunday, according to police.
An effort to ban corporate personhood in America through a local Salt Lake ballot initiative has been stopped, but city officials who support the measure say it's not over yet.
Hosted by Lara Jones, The R.O.I. features stories of people, non-profits and businesses who create a positive return on investment in the community. Today the R.O.I focuses on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through the power of small acts by ordinary individuals. Meet Loki...
When 11-year-old Landon Streadbeck was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer, his family and community rallied with him by shaving their heads.
With Utah being among the highest in the nation for rates of autism, families will soon have a new place to turn for help.