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Utah’s likely voters believe Donald Trump is more honest than Hillary Clinton. They think he’d be a better commander in chief and better suited to handle terrorism, immigration and the economy. But that doesn’t mean Utahns like the Republican candidate, …

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  • (Steve Griffin / Tribune file photo)    Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski gets a hug from City Council Chairman James Rogers after she detailed her budget for the fiscal year on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. But things have gotten more tense lately as the new mayor and council tangle over proposed new homeless shelters in the city. Tension mounts between Biskupski and SLC Council on new homeless shelters
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  • (Rick Egan  |  Tribune file photo)   A file photo of I-15 freeway construction, looking south from an overpass in Utah County. Colorado envies Utah’s transportation system, seeks success tips
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Budget
Special session of Utah Legislature likely to fix gas tax glitch
Updated Sep 24 2016 09:27 pm

Federal lands lawsuit firms sometimes charged state too much, or too little
Updated Sep 24 2016 07:53 pm

Riverton Council tables police tax, ballot proposal
Updated Sep 07 2016 03:45 pm

Tax hike likely coming to parts of Salt Lake Valley to cover UPD services
Updated Aug 31 2016 11:18 am

Midvale leaders, residents don’t like it, but council OKs big tax hike
Updated Aug 11 2016 05:14 pm

Who says civil servants can’t make good money? Number of city, county employees earning $100K in Utah has jumped 64 percent in 5 years
Updated Aug 09 2016 12:25 pm

Midvale tries a new approach to floating tax-hike plan
Updated Aug 07 2016 02:02 pm

State Auditor to scrutinize Unified Fire Authority after top officers got bonuses
Updated Aug 12 2016 09:35 pm

Despite fuzzy claims, 53 Utah local governments are proposing property tax hikes
Updated Jul 25 2016 10:53 am

Utah auditor: Local governments’ insurance co-op suffers ‘culture of excess’
Updated Jul 20 2016 11:00 pm


Crime
Instead of shooting suspects, Utah police are training to de-escalate violence
Updated Sep 19 2016 04:59 pm

Effort launched to help Utah Latinos battle crime
Updated Sep 01 2016 10:55 am

West Jordan councilman pleads not guilty to hit-and-run charge
Updated Aug 26 2016 10:52 am

Former Summit County sheriff tapped as director of troubled Utah Communications Authority
Updated Aug 23 2016 10:34 pm

Bid to censure West Jordan city councilman falls short
Updated Aug 11 2016 05:15 pm

Utah auditor makes recommendations in wake of $1 million embezzlement scandal
Updated Aug 09 2016 10:39 pm

Feds to decide whether to bring charges against two who stole from troubled Utah agency
Updated Aug 09 2016 11:38 am

Utah lawmaker looks to tighten laws keeping guns out of hands of abusers
Updated Aug 04 2016 11:04 pm

New report rips State Auditor for failing to detect fraud years ago at Utah Communications Authority
Updated Sep 04 2016 07:06 pm

State focuses on prison land that Salt Lake City supports, environmentalists don’t
Updated Jul 29 2016 10:19 pm


Culture
Utah Muslims face challenges in America, but love its freedom
Updated Sep 12 2016 08:47 pm

$1.9 million for arts goes a long way — split among 153 small groups
Updated Sep 06 2016 04:52 pm

Utah Heritage and Arts director steps down
Updated Aug 19 2016 08:47 pm

Study: Utah’s wage gap for black women is 10th worst in the U.S.
Updated Aug 16 2016 10:55 pm

Two years and counting: Hoberman Arch still MIA
Updated Aug 16 2016 04:22 pm

Penthouse goes after Utah governor, Mormon church on anti-porn resolution
Updated Aug 03 2016 03:05 pm

‘Gavel gap’ — Utah’s bench least diverse in nation with white men holding 79 percent of judgeships
Updated Jun 22 2016 10:45 pm

Video: Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox tells gay community his ‘heart has changed’
Updated Jun 22 2016 12:13 pm

Utah one of 11 states suing over transgender bathrooms
Updated May 25 2016 10:48 pm

Utah ban on alcohol sales and nudity does not infringe free speech, say governor, state attorneys
Updated May 19 2016 10:31 pm


Elections
New Tribune-Hinckley poll: Trump leads Clinton by 9 percentage points
Updated Sep 25 2016 09:17 am

Defending fundraiser, Dem hopeful Mike Weinholtz says ‘Saturday’s Voyeur’ is parody, not anti-Mormon bigotry
Updated Sep 08 2016 01:40 pm

Trump effect? Fewer U.S. Mormons say they’re Republicans, study shows
Updated Sep 13 2016 10:42 pm

Clinton campaign launches ‘Mormons for Hillary’ group to woo Trump-wary LDS voters
Updated Sep 20 2016 11:01 pm

Trump adds Sen. Mike Lee to his Supreme Court short list
Updated Sep 23 2016 09:09 pm

Trump’s campaign chief once slammed Romney, sons for choosing Mormon missions over military service
Updated Aug 30 2016 09:02 pm

Despite confusion, day-before-election deadline for votes by mail likely to remain
Updated Sep 23 2016 12:49 pm

Donald Trump’s son in Utah for fundraiser, defends Skittles tweet
Updated Sep 23 2016 11:08 am

Jon Harper stuns Utah Democratic Party, campaign by abruptly dropping out of AG’s race
Updated Sep 21 2016 10:39 pm

Ipson appointed to replace Urquhart, Brooks fills House vacancy
Updated Sep 23 2016 07:20 pm


Education
Reed Benson ­— BYU religion professor, John Birch Society leader, son of Mormon prophet — dies
Updated Aug 31 2016 10:46 am

Utah governor’s race: Weinholtz vs. Herbert on charter schools, education
Updated Sep 12 2016 11:33 am

Utah committee has fun ‘ripping up’ school funding bill
Updated Feb 29 2016 02:32 pm

A rainy day fund for Utah’s higher education buildings?
Updated Feb 28 2016 09:50 pm

Senators reject bill to raise income tax on richest 1.5% of Utahns
Updated Feb 17 2016 10:40 pm

House OKs bill aimed at expanding kindergarten
Updated Feb 08 2016 09:26 pm

Bill advances to boost charter school funding by $40 million
Updated Feb 29 2016 06:47 pm

Battle over sex education returning to Utah Legislature
Updated Feb 03 2016 07:47 am

Utah’s Guv plugs solutions for health care, increases in school funding
Updated Feb 17 2016 05:19 pm

Longtime Utah Sen. Bob Bennett inducted into Hinckley Hall of Fame
Updated May 20 2016 06:06 pm


Environment
Utah voters split on Bears Ears monument as leaders dig in to fight it
Updated Sep 22 2016 07:12 am

Hatch, Lee seeking Utah exemption from monument-creating Antiquities Act
Updated Sep 15 2016 10:41 pm

Congress can still avoid a Bears Ears National Monument, says Rep. Jason Chaffetz
Updated Sep 14 2016 09:05 pm

Utah Gov. Herbert hints he could pitch plan to protect Bears Ears
Updated Sep 08 2016 12:11 pm

It’s canyon landowners vs. Salt Lake City in battle over watershed
Updated Sep 16 2016 07:52 pm

Most Utahns oppose spending public money on Oakland coal port
Updated Aug 19 2016 09:39 pm

Utah counties pull Oakland port loan application, but haven’t given up on project
Updated Aug 19 2016 07:11 pm

Poll: Most Utahns favor a Bears Ears National Monument
Updated Aug 17 2016 08:18 pm

Land acquisitions will protect Salt Lake City’s watershed and Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Updated Jul 28 2016 10:43 pm

Herbert fully backs Bishop lands bill after aide suggested setting it aside
Updated Jul 19 2016 10:49 pm


Health
Dems say Obamacare is helping Utahns, but GOP says plan is crumbling
Updated Sep 21 2016 11:32 am

Utah leaders push for statewide crisis hotline to combat suicide
Updated Sep 23 2016 11:09 am

Hispanic Heritage Parade and festivities highlights culture and health care
Updated Sep 07 2016 12:21 pm

House passes Chris Stewart-led Zika bill, White House threatens veto
Updated May 20 2016 10:54 am

University of Utah named Olympic medical center
Updated Jul 29 2016 08:35 pm

Compliance with Utah's new abortion law is medically impossible, critics say
Updated May 10 2016 09:20 am

Sim Gill finds ‘nothing worth celebrating’ over Utah Medicaid funding
Updated May 05 2016 10:21 pm

State commission grants $135,000 to fight against drug overdose
Updated Apr 06 2016 10:57 am

Obama to Utah: Fully expanding Medicaid would help 42,000 with mental-health needs
Updated Mar 29 2016 10:53 am

Money runs out for Utah medical-marijuana bill; ballot initiative looms
Updated Mar 12 2016 12:07 pm


Immigration
Ex-congressman: Mormon leaders suffer ‘episode of incoherence’ in opposition to Trump’s Muslim ban
Updated Aug 23 2016 09:16 pm

Latino vote director for Hillary Clinton tells Utahns their votes count
Updated Sep 19 2016 11:07 am

Reverse Mexican immigration continues ­— but maybe not in Utah
Updated Sep 08 2016 07:58 pm

‘We are allies,’ says Mexico’s new consul in Utah
Updated Jul 18 2016 12:25 pm

While some celebrate being American, others actually become new citizens
Updated Jul 01 2016 10:23 pm

‘You can’t imagine how much this hurts’: Supreme Court decision on immigration saps hope, angers Utah Latinos
Updated Jun 24 2016 07:48 am

Census: Utah’s Latino population grows to more than 400,000
Updated Jun 23 2016 08:26 am

Chaffetz scolds Obama administration for failure to deport undocumented criminals
Updated Jul 02 2016 04:53 pm

Senate votes to extend implementation date of controversial immigrant program
Updated Mar 07 2016 10:19 pm

Utah’s guest worker law, never implemented, may be repealed
Updated Feb 08 2016 02:16 pm


Local
Tension mounts between Biskupski and SLC Council on new homeless shelters
Updated Sep 24 2016 06:00 am

SLC bylaws prevent eyesore from being razed
Updated Sep 23 2016 10:24 am

Lodestone park dedicated in West Valley
Updated Sep 20 2016 08:23 pm

UPD officers to get anti-overdose kits
Updated Sep 19 2016 04:34 pm

West Jordan blames Ben McAdams for losing out on Facebook data center
Updated Sep 14 2016 11:11 pm

Lisa Shaffer to head Salt Lake City’s public services department
Updated Sep 09 2016 02:11 pm

Land-use issues surface in Millcreek before it becomes a city
Updated Sep 07 2016 03:44 pm

Liberty Wells garden grows fruit, veggies and community
Updated Aug 31 2016 09:25 am

Salt Lake County Equestrian Park to get upgrade
Updated Aug 22 2016 12:28 pm

South Jordan contemplates Mulligans’ future
Updated Aug 18 2016 11:48 am


Poverty
New homeless shelters or not, The Road Home is not going away, director says
Updated Sep 22 2016 07:40 am

Orem City Council moves to try to ease affordable housing crunch for seniors
Updated Sep 19 2016 11:07 am

New Census data: Utahns’ income up, poverty down
Updated Sep 15 2016 01:19 pm

Two new homeless shelters? Not so fast, says SLC Council
Updated Sep 23 2016 07:19 pm

Rapid rehousing not a panacea for the homeless
Updated Sep 03 2016 03:55 pm

Utah voters show mixed support for raising minimum wage
Updated Sep 01 2016 10:56 am

Utah's suburban oasis from the grinding desperation of homelessness
Updated Aug 30 2016 02:55 pm

Clock is running on siting two new homeless shelters in Salt Lake City
Updated Aug 18 2016 11:47 am

Back on the street: Evicted homeless family owes thousands in attorney fees and penalties
Updated Aug 13 2016 10:24 pm

Auditors smack Utah regulators for lax enforcement of payday industry
Updated Aug 02 2016 09:17 pm


Security
U. conference: Global threats grow amid questions of U.S. commitment
Updated Aug 01 2016 11:57 am

Utah’s members of Congress blast Obama for plan to close Gitmo
Updated Feb 25 2016 02:27 pm

Utah law enforcement to welcome Syrian refugees and help them assimilate
Updated Dec 07 2015 10:14 pm

Utah’s Chaffetz: Obama’s safety ‘is in jeopardy’ with Secret Service lapses
Updated Feb 17 2016 04:29 pm

Utah Congressman Chris Stewart calls Edward Snowden a traitor
Updated Sep 15 2016 08:10 pm

America is key to world peace, two ambassadors tell Utah audience
Updated Oct 14 2015 09:05 am

Utahns sue over government spying during 2002 Olympics
Updated Feb 17 2016 04:36 pm

Rocky Anderson threatens suit over alleged spying during 2002 Olympics
Updated Aug 11 2015 09:37 pm

Ex-Qwest CEO: Likely the NSA snatched emails, calls during Salt Lake Olympics
Updated Jul 29 2015 10:28 pm

Utahns in Congress angry over Iran deal
Updated Sep 15 2015 06:37 pm


Transportation
Colorado envies Utah’s transportation system, seeks success tips
Updated Sep 23 2016 08:57 pm

Study: Utah’s highways nation’s most improved in 2013
Updated Sep 22 2016 10:55 pm

Watchdog group calls for UTA board to be elected, not appointed
Updated Sep 22 2016 09:44 am

County Councilman wants to relook at blocking UTA funds to prod open meetings
Updated Sep 20 2016 11:05 pm

UTA proposes ski-bus system overhaul, including end to direct service from downtown
Updated Sep 20 2016 10:56 pm

UTA circumvents vow to keep board committee meetings open
Updated Sep 21 2016 07:43 am

Court allows transit project to proceed while lawsuit seeks a vote to stop it
Updated Sep 15 2016 10:37 pm

UDOT develops crosswalk ‘key’ to make walk to school safer
Updated Sep 18 2016 09:13 pm

New Delta Air Lines CEO foresees growth, innovation for Salt Lake City hub
Updated Sep 13 2016 10:41 pm

Group says UTA stonewalling records request on Provo-Orem project
Updated Sep 13 2016 12:10 pm