Residents in Sugar House are getting fired up about proposed neighborhood renovations that could include putting up a five-story building in place of a favorite local eatery.
Salt Lake City residents recently received a letter from the director of Salt Lake City Public Utilities Department for water and sewer insurance. The offer from HomeServe is confusing to some homeowners.
Salt Lake City is adding protected bike lanes on 300 South between 300 West and 600 East. The lanes are supposed to be safer for cyclists because it is closer to the curb, pushing parking spots a full lane away from the curb.
The Utah Highway Patrol is reviewing security measures at the state Capitol after a highly intoxicated man was found bloody and injured Friday morning.
The fatal shooting of a dog in a backyard last month prompted a Salt Lake County man to create and sell “no trespassing” signs, but legal experts say those signs may not stop officers from entering someone’s yard.
Mike Leavitt, former governor of Utah, confirmed Sunday that Mitt Romney has thrown his support behind the Count My Vote effort to bring a primary election system to Utah.
A family’s quest to sign up for health insurance has left children in limbo and parents frustrated.
A Utah medical device company is paying millions of dollars to help fund the Affordable Care Act, but rather than complain about it, the head of Merit Medical said he’s figuring out ways to make it work.
The U.S. is drawing closer each day to hitting its head on the debt ceiling, but Utah’s congressional delegation is cautiously optimistic that a solution will emerge before the Thursday deadline.
Salt Lake City residents have received mail-in ballots asking whether they agree that corporations are not the same as individuals when it comes to constitutional rights and that limiting corporate money is not the same as limiting political speech.
Miss Riverton Kendra Gill, charged with tossing homemade “bottle bombs” from a moving car ,said she will resign her pageant title.
Utah’s unemployment rate dropped in September, according to statistics released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Thursday. The drop is more than a full percentage point from a year ago, the latest indicator of continued economic strength in the state.
A bill to preserve the land around Brigham Young University’s Y Mountain has cleared the U.S. House of Representatives.
A small painting by Douglas Snow sits in the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, but no one knows who the painting belongs to, the state or is it part of a private collection?
A new poll shows West Valley City Mayor Mike Winder is leading fellow Republican Mark Crockett in the race to become the Salt Lake County GOP mayoral nominee. A large number of voters are still undecided.
One of the last fixtures of old Salt Lake City’s Main Street has left and now has a new address.
A blowtorch being used to thaw a frozen pipe may have started a two-alarm fire that caused significant damage at a feed plant Monday.
The Leonardo is a museum that’s struggling with its image a month after it opened. Part of the reason may be because it’s hard to describe.
SALT LAKE CITY — Traffic at the University of Utah near Research Park is even worse than usual this week because of a construction project at the intersection of Arapeen and Sunnyside.