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The Salt Lake County Council is considering moving forward with an investigation into whether Recorder Gary Ott resides in his district, a requirement for holding the office that handles real-estate documents. The debate will happen at a committee meeting Tuesday. …

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Budget
Salt Lake City Police agree to 1 percent pay raise in deal with City Hall
Updated Jun 14 2017 03:03 pm

Salt Lake City property tax revenues are $1M short as budget deadline looms
Updated Jun 12 2017 02:28 pm

SLC police want a 4.5% pay raise, mayor says only 1%. Impasse declared.
Updated Jun 07 2017 12:17 pm

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Updated Jun 06 2017 01:23 pm

Trump budget slashes money for federal lands, needy and health care
Updated May 23 2017 10:28 pm

Utah Legislature continues wrestling with tax reform, possible food tax hike
Updated May 17 2017 07:59 pm

Kane County officials under investigation for involvement in district for luxury resort
Updated May 22 2017 03:26 pm

Chaffetz wants to know: What will happen with money Trump's businesses earn from foreign governments?
Updated Apr 22 2017 11:05 am

Board adopts policy reforms in wake of blistering Unified Fire Authority audit
Updated Mar 21 2017 10:55 pm

Here's how President Trump's proposed budget hikes and spending cuts might affect Utah
Updated Mar 16 2017 11:45 pm


Crime
Jury sides with ex-West Jordan cop, awards nearly $3M on claims of malicious prosecution, retaliation
Updated Jun 22 2017 11:18 pm

Utah sheriffs defend jail practices after rash of inmate deaths, more than half suicides
Updated Jun 19 2017 12:47 pm

Congressman’s shooting prompts calls for more security, joined by Utah politicians targeted by threats
Updated Jun 16 2017 06:34 pm

Moab hires away Salt Lake County sheriff, who recommends tax hike on his way out
Updated Jun 15 2017 01:05 pm

Mike Lee says no evidence of Trump obstruction, wrongdoing, time to move on
Updated Jun 12 2017 09:41 pm

Poll: Utahns are split on why Trump fired the FBI director
Updated Jun 07 2017 08:49 pm

Hatch applauds Trump’s choice to head the FBI
Updated Jun 07 2017 07:26 pm

As county seeks two-thirds of state treatment funding, Sheriff Winder again lashes Salt Lake City
Updated Jun 07 2017 12:02 am

An answered prayer for some addicts, Operation Diversion’s future uncertain as waitlist swells
Updated May 31 2017 11:47 am

County launches program aimed at tracking, reducing repeat criminal offending
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‘We don’t like the conversation’: Utah voters of color launch initiative to revamp the political system
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‘Utah: Come for vacation, leave on probation,’ says anti-DUI law campaign
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Second stay sought in ‘no promo homo’ lawsuit pending school rule changes
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Despite firearm-friendly climate, more than half of Utahns don’t own a gun
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Pressure pours in on possible veto of drunken driving bill
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Protesters call for Hatch and Lee to push back against Trump
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Elections
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Updated Jun 21 2017 10:06 am

Democrats congressional nominee Kathie Allen predicts victory amid Trump frustrations
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Education
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House backs $5k bonuses to draw top teachers to low-income schools
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House urges later start times for high schools
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House delivers double punch to ballot drive seeking to increase tax for education
Updated Feb 14 2017 11:00 am

Lawmakers support bill aimed at curbing bullying of teachers
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House panel punts on plan to reward teachers working in low-income schools
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Senators say Utah schools will be ‘kept whole’ without a tax increase
Updated Feb 01 2017 12:21 pm

Seat belts could be required in new Utah school buses
Updated Jan 26 2017 09:47 pm

Herbert launches drive to help more Utahns qualify for high-pay jobs
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Environment
Done deal — Park City says $1.5 million pledge from Salt Lake County will preserve Bonanza Flat
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Salt Lake County to reconsider kicking in to preserve Bonanza Flats
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Lee, Hatch say leaving the global climate pact will boost American jobs and decrease energy costs
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Trump declares June Outdoor Recreation Month for community and state parks. But what about national parks?
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Western group sues Interior for documents on monument designations
Updated May 24 2017 11:40 pm

Utah mountain bikers may soon have new places to ride at canyon resorts
Updated May 23 2017 11:41 am

Tribal leaders: We’ll take Trump to court if he rescinds Bears Ears
Updated May 03 2017 11:20 pm

National monuments harm the economy, Utah public lands official tells Congress
Updated May 02 2017 11:31 pm

Trump orders review of national monuments, says Bears Ears ‘should never have happened’
Updated May 22 2017 02:48 pm

Zinke will recommend Bears Ears fate within 45 days
Updated Apr 25 2017 11:09 pm


Health
Utah’s Lee, three other GOP senators could doom the Senate Republican health care bill
Updated Jun 22 2017 10:52 pm

Utah senators meet with Trump to discuss still-secret health-care reform, Obamacare repeal
Updated Jun 14 2017 07:50 am

Hatch on health care overhaul: ‘The public wants every dime they can be given’
Updated May 10 2017 11:15 am

With House version DOA in the Senate, it's now up to Hatch and Lee to write new health care bill
Updated May 07 2017 07:02 pm

Utahns protest GOP’s vote to repeal, replace Obamacare
Updated May 22 2017 03:28 pm

Gov. Herbert says health care reform is ‘absolutely a necessity’
Updated Mar 28 2017 04:49 pm

Sen. Mike Lee alone in Utah delegation cheering pulling of GOP health care bill
Updated Mar 28 2017 08:59 pm

Utah’s all-Republican delegation hard to pin down on health-care vote
Updated Mar 24 2017 12:44 pm

Despite repeated Trump overtures, Sen. Mike Lee remains a no on health care bill
Updated Mar 22 2017 04:10 pm

Utah lawmakers send marijuana-research bill to guv to sign
Updated Mar 10 2017 02:52 pm


Immigration
Lawyers fight for the return of a Utah Muslim leader stranded in Kenya
Updated Jun 18 2017 07:02 am

Salt Lake City joins brief challenging Trump’s threat to ‘sanctuary cities’
Updated Mar 23 2017 11:09 am

Salt Lake City joins cities asking high court to uphold rights for detained immigrants
Updated Feb 15 2017 03:17 pm

Utahns oppose Trump’s plan to curtail refugee immigration
Updated Jan 27 2017 09:32 am

Utah business leaders worried about Trump actions on immigration, trade
Updated Feb 08 2017 04:58 pm

Utah’s Lee backs Trump’s authority for immigration ban
Updated Feb 07 2017 11:13 am

Salt Lake County Council condemns Trump's refugee moratorium
Updated Feb 02 2017 11:26 am

Utah’s Mia Love fears Trump’s immigration order will close door on innocent people
Updated Jan 31 2017 08:03 am

Utah Gov. Herbert not on board with Trump’s refugee, immigrant actions
Updated Jan 27 2017 11:01 pm

SLC shirks Trump, refuses to enforce his immigration edict
Updated Apr 06 2017 09:26 pm


Local
Council considers investigating whether troubled recorder Gary Ott actually lives in Salt Lake County
Updated Jun 23 2017 08:38 pm

What to do about Gary Ott? Here are four options for removing the Salt Lake County recorder
Updated Jun 22 2017 10:53 am

South Salt Lake employee resigns from the mayor’s political fund after questions emerge about possible conflict, misuse of public money
Updated Jun 16 2017 06:34 pm

Embattled Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott may agree to early retirement, aide says
Updated Jun 13 2017 09:37 pm

Long-delayed apartment-retail development near Gardner Village soon to break ground
Updated Jun 12 2017 02:56 pm

Salt Lake City wants input on 2100 South lane reduction, possible bike lane addition
Updated Jun 09 2017 04:13 pm

Recorder Gary Ott should resign, S.L. County mayor says
Updated Jun 07 2017 11:09 pm

Salt Lake City libraries do away with late fees
Updated Jun 01 2017 02:43 pm

With Shurtleff in her corner, Draper councilwoman fights back against colleagues
Updated May 22 2017 02:03 pm

Is the Salt Lake City attorney protecting the City Council from itself?
Updated May 16 2017 10:52 pm


Poverty
Fences mended, nonprofit signs off on architect for new homeless shelters, adds new members
Updated Jun 22 2017 07:02 pm

Salt Lake’s HomeInn Hotel provides an escape from the street, a chance for ex-cons
Updated May 29 2017 07:15 pm

Salt Lake County Council continues push for answers on homeless population decision
Updated May 24 2017 06:19 pm

Decision made on site of homeless men’s shelter — but who decided, and when?
Updated May 22 2017 12:16 pm

Safer, cleaner, less chaotic — changes coming to the Rio Grande neighborhood
Updated May 20 2017 08:55 pm

Giving free haircuts and a little human dignity to homeless people
Updated May 03 2017 08:46 am

Stakeholders jostle for position on nonprofit that will run Utah’s homeless initiative
Updated Apr 27 2017 12:11 pm

South Salt Lake leaders shop for ideas to improve homeless shelter coming to their city
Updated Apr 17 2017 11:56 am

Salt Lake County prepares to step away from center of homeless reform effort
Updated Apr 13 2017 09:52 am

Homeless center sites selected, crucial decisions left to move plan forward
Updated Apr 11 2017 11:55 am


Security
Utah’s Sen. Mike Lee votes against Russia sanctions, says they’re costly, ineffective and push progressive policies
Updated Jun 16 2017 09:37 am

Chaffetz says fired FBI chief’s testimony a win for White House, shows nothing ‘illegal or nefarious’ by President Trump
Updated Jun 08 2017 11:09 pm

Chaffetz doubles down on request for Comey documents after FBI balks
Updated May 25 2017 11:30 pm

Chaffetz delays Comey hearing, says ex-FBI director to talk to special counsel first
Updated May 22 2017 09:29 pm

Chaffetz: Trump’s sharing of intel with Russia should be probed — by House Intel panel
Updated May 22 2017 03:47 pm

Chaffetz calls for Justice Department review of Comey firing
Updated May 10 2017 11:43 pm

Chaffetz says Michael Flynn may face ‘repercussions for a violation of law’ after accepting Russian money
Updated Apr 25 2017 10:37 pm

Chaffetz trip to the DMZ dividing North and South Korea: ‘It was surreal’
Updated Apr 25 2017 11:37 am

Mike Lee wants Trump to seek congressional approval for humanitarian military action
Updated Apr 11 2017 09:30 pm

Utah’s Stewart disagrees with Nunes stepping down from Russia probe, calls ethics complaint ‘absurd’
Updated Apr 06 2017 11:05 pm


Transportation
Utah close to achieving rail safety certification needed to avoid loss of nearly $150M in federal funding
Updated Jun 21 2017 11:06 am

UTA will consider a ‘taxpayers bill of rights’ to clean up its image
Updated Jun 15 2017 07:11 pm

Many Utahns lie about medical conditions that should keep them from driving
Updated Jun 14 2017 07:51 am

Request for transportation and transit reform ideas bring flood of proposals — including state takeover of UTA
Updated Jun 19 2017 11:44 am

By 9 p.m., not only are most kids in bed — so are most UTA buses and trains
Updated Jun 12 2017 02:29 pm

Utah highways director meets with Trump, says president wants to speed up projects, knows ‘time is money’
Updated Jun 12 2017 02:55 pm

St. George to Zion transit among pitches for recreation ‘hotspots’ that could use a piece of $100M
Updated Jun 14 2017 03:01 pm

UTA launches voucher program to expand transportation access for seniors in Weber, Davis counties
Updated Jun 12 2017 02:29 pm

County mayors ask for greater say in road funding, say state leaders play favorites
Updated Jun 07 2017 12:14 pm

Records reflect UTA-Salt Lake City stalemate over $68.5M airport TRAX extension funding
Updated Jun 05 2017 01:10 pm