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CBD could move out of stores and into dispensaries if Utah voters approve marijuana ballot measure, agency says

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 9h ago

The planned Orrin Hatch Center is an ‘offensive’ vanity play, according to Utah’s Democratic Senate nominee

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 11h ago

Feds may require Utah to redesign, reissue all drivers licenses to make sure they comply with airport security

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 11h ago

Count My Vote is asking the Utah Supreme Court to put it on the ballot, saying its opponents had unfair advantage in torpedoing its attempt to gather 132K signatures

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 13h ago

Utah lawmakers may need to change some rules to allow e-scooters on downtown Salt Lake City streets

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 14h ago

‘Right now we basically have anarchy’: Utah lawmakers want to clarify the process for legally changing genders — though one suggested getting rid of it

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 15h ago

Political Cornflakes: White House press secretary denies accusation that Trump used the N-word — but said she ‘can’t guarantee’ Americans will never hear him say it

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 20h ago

Salt Lake City wants input from residents before putting rules on development at the controversial new trading hub

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 20h ago

Salt Lake City to ask residents whether it should spend $87 million on road repairs

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 1d ago

On tap for year 2 of Operation Rio Grande? Stop the dispersement of drug dealing and find jobs for people who are homeless.

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 1d ago

President Trump signs legislation, sponsored by Utah lawmakers, to create 911-style suicide hotline

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 1d ago

Steve Bannon plans a far-right ‘supergroup’ in Europe, but some key far-right leaders say they’re not interested

By Rebecca Tan | The Washington Post 1d ago

Psst. Want to buy some surplus land? Utah’s transportation department has so much, it doesn’t have a full inventory yet.

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 1d ago

Crime is down in Salt Lake City, but police say Operation Rio Grande shifted homeless people to other areas

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins 1d ago

Political Cornflakes: ‘Year of the Woman?’ Maybe for Democrats. But amid resistance energy, Republican women are being told, ‘Don’t run this year.’

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 1d ago

Rep. Mia Love calls for repeal of the medical device tax helping to fund Obamacare, saying it hurts Utah firms (including one of the state’s biggest political donors)

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 2d ago

Congressman Rob Bishop will host a series of town halls this week

By The Associated Press 2d ago

FBI fires agent Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump texts sparked an uproar

By Chris Strohm and Billy House | Bloomberg 2d ago

U.S. wildlife boss steps down, returns to Utah after stirring fears on endangered species law

By Matthew Brown | The Associated Press 2d ago

Political Cornflakes: Experts say many candidates have yet to implement safeguards to prevent cybersecurity attacks — though campaigns are likely “being targeted”

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 2d ago

Utah’s biggest individual political donor is a software CEO, helping right-wing GOP causes to the tune of $777K. Eight others gave more than $200K each.

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 2d ago

Operation Rio Grande: One year in and millions of dollars spent lead to one question: Is it working?

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 3d ago

‘My throat is hurting.’ Smoke has soiled Utah’s air, causing everyone from outdoor lovers to BYU football to Tour of Utah riders to adjust.

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle 4d ago

Some property owners worry that ski area land swaps designed to protect Utah’s Cottonwood Canyons may have the opposite effect

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 4d ago