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Stories by Dan Harrie

One tiny Utah county is an economic basket case, causing some to wonder if it should be absorbed by a neighbor

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie January 2

Utah’s shift of nonviolent drug criminals from prison to jail has had an unintended side effect — a treatment gap

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie December 13, 2018

State wants to launch a full-blown study of health risks of dust blowing from Point of Mountain

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie December 12, 2018

Utah is adding two new air quality monitors in Salt Lake County

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie December 10, 2018

Utah and its insurance company are suing a Salt Lake City accounting firm to recover $860K lost to embezzlement

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie December 5, 2018

Republican Rep. Mia Love concedes to Democrat Ben McAdams in Utah’s 4th District

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie November 24, 2018

Morning snow gives way to sunny skies on Sunday and Monday

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie November 24, 2018

Audit: Several of Utah’s water districts may be wasting taxpayer dollars in the way they bond for projects

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie November 19, 2018

Sen. Mike Lee says toxic U.S. politics will ultimately lead to widespread violence unless the country returns power to the states

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie November 15, 2018

Utah vote count drags on in excruciatingly close races, but it could be worse. Really.

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie November 15, 2018

Democrats aren’t anywhere close to winning control in Utah’s state Capitol, but they’ll pick up seats

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie November 6, 2018

Voters favor proposed constitutional amendment empowering lawmakers to call themselves into special session

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie November 6, 2018

With election near, Riverton City opts to leave UPD and form its own police agency, adding fuel to an issue in sheriff’s race

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie October 24, 2018

State law-enforcement vet to take over as police chief of West Jordan

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie October 23, 2018

Utah ends the fiscal year with a $265 million surplus

By The Salt Lake Tribune , dan harrie October 17, 2018

Union Pacific disputes Utah tax bill, says it’s off by millions

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie September 27, 2018

Most Utahns would oppose a second term for President Donald Trump, new poll shows

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie September 26, 2018

Utah developer Terry Diehl, a former UTA board member, gets settlement from feds for failed prosecution

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie , erin alberty August 27, 2018

Nonprofit sponsor of Taste of the Wasatch is shuttering; future of popular food event is uncertain

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie August 11, 2018

Gov. Herbert elevates deputy director to head Utah Corrections Department

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie August 7, 2018

Taste of the Wasatch — scheduled for Sunday — loses more support after an anti-hunger group says it was stiffed by the sponsor

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie August 4, 2018

Myron Walker, once Utah’s first gentleman, dies

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie August 1, 2018

‘A strong sheriff needs to fight’: Former Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder blasts his replacement, says cities are greedy for leaving Unified Police Department

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie July 31, 2018

Unified Police Department says it will become more transparent — but won’t add restrictions for officers working as private security, which state audit recommended

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie July 30, 2018