Poverty awareness proponents are asking lawmakers to consider newly released data in their policy-making this legislative session.
From credit card theft to identity fraud, a growing online security threat has experts warning the public.
The Utah House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill that would allow breastfeeding mothers to opt-out of jury duty.
The attorney representing a large group of people suing the State of Utah is preparing to make oral arguments in court.
For the first time since reaching a settlement over her daughter's death, Danielle Willard's mother is back in town.
The group is putting off a heavily anticipated meeting and vital step towards selecting a site—a decision the newest member says he is grateful for.
The Sandy City Council has decided against regulating magazine displays, but members say they will continue brainstorming ideas for improving a perceived problem with stores displaying what some call 'racy, inappropriate' magazine covers.
With the help of a dispatcher, a highway trooper, and a police chief, an expectant mother gave birth alongside Interstate 15.
Thousands of clean air advocates rallied at the Utah State Capitol, Saturday, challenging lawmakers to stand with them this legislative session.
Mayor Ralph Becker is launching an ambitious effort to tackle the city's notorious housing problem.