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Stories by Tony Semerad

Activist accuses Kennecott’s parent company of cybersquatting to ‘silence’ Utah Moms for Clean Air

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad 3d ago

Google Fiber just abandoned Louisville. So, how is the expansion in Salt Lake City going?

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad 4d ago

Utah Senate passes affordable-housing bill by 20-9 despite concerns it costs too much and isn’t tough enough on cities

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 13

Millcreek and Salt Lake City restart negotiations over Brickyard Plaza as threatened legislation is put on hold

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 13

Jackie Biskupski launches re-election campaign for 2nd term as Salt Lake City mayor

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 9

Volunteers ask voters in districts that approved Prop. 3′s Medicaid expansion to talk to their senators, who have voted to water it down

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 9

Massive Wednesday storm expected to continue into Thursday morning, could affect morning commute

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens , jessica miller, tony semerad, February 6

Millcreek pushes state proposal that could force a ‘hostile takeover’ of Salt Lake City’s Brickyard Plaza shopping center

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 6

Shipping containers turned into an affordable apartment building? A Salt Lake City company plans to make it happen, but obstacles remain.

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 4

After a year of big-dollar deals, Utah’s Silicon Slopes urges Utah to boost computer science education, offers $4 million

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 1

Young Utahns who likely can’t remember the 2002 Games are even more enthusiastic than older Utahns about latest Olympic campaign

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 30

Utah’s homes prices have spiked and sales have slowed along the Wasatch Front. Check out the real estate market in your ZIP code.

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 28

As Utah Legislature prepares to debate housing affordability, some call for tougher penalties on cities that don’t comply

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 26

Could you afford to buy in your own neighborhood today? For many homeowners on the Wasatch Front, the answer would be no.

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 22

Ben McAdams holds his first town hall as Utah’s newest congressman. And it stays cordial, border fights, shutdown and all.

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 19

Plan for Salt Lake City to pay for the parking garage at a huge downtown development hits a snag

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 17

Salt Lake City’s landmark Peery Hotel gets a new investor, along with guarantees its historic architecture will be preserved

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 14

Peter Meldrum, scientific pioneer and founder of Utah’s Myriad Genetics, dies at 71

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 10

Ivory Homes says Utah Supreme Court ‘misunderstood’ arguments over Cottonwood Mall project, asks for a rehearing

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad January 4

New housing proposal in Utah would focus on encouraging mother-in-law apartments and more residential buildings along transit corridors

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 31, 2018

The future of a huge Salt Lake City development hinges on how to honor Japantown and get $15M for a big parking garage

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 28, 2018

Demolition starts at an eyesore on Salt Lake City’s State Street — with hopes of replacing it with affordable housing

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 27, 2018

Neighbors hope to restore the mineral baths at Salt Lake City’s Warm Springs as a healing community hub

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 26, 2018

Strained by complaints, Millcreek moves to license landlords of one- and two-bedroom rentals

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad December 20, 2018