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With Salt Lake City Council and mayor lobbying on opposite sides, state lawmakers OK changes to law that will dictate much future development

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 13h ago

Democrats want Ambassador Huntsman to testify about Trump-Putin summit

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 17h ago

Utah lawmakers turned down a tax cut for big families in March. On Wednesday they passed a $30M reduction during their one-day special session.

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 17h ago

Utah lawmaker hopes her proposal to let cops pull over drivers for using cellphones won’t get killed this year

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 19h ago

Utah lawmakers debate requiring gun locks: lifesaver or infringement of rights?

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 20h ago

Sen. Mike Lee says Kavanaugh is the ‘kind of originalist jurist we need on the court’

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 20h ago

United Utah Party picks Mormon MTC director as a replacement congressional candidate

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie 22h ago

Utah and its cops are bracing for new 0.05 DUI law, which rolls out in five months

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson 22h ago

Political Cornflakes: Flag-hugging commander in chief orders Air Force One makeover in red, white and blue

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

Longtime director of Salt Lake City’s Downtown Alliance is leaving the state

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie 1d ago

New UTA board nominees include members from old one that was criticized for lax oversight. Will that hamper effort to restore public trust?

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 1d ago

Inside Mayor Biskupski’s strategy of silence as Salt Lake City Council members negotiated their own Inland Port deal

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

Utah Rep. Chris Stewart says Trump is not a ‘Russian stooge'

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 1d ago

Commentary: The Bible offers literature for today’s anti-Trump resistance

By Rachel Held Evans | Special to The Washington Post 1d ago

SLC Airport traffic grew by 1 million passengers last year to now rank as nation’s 23rd largest

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 1d ago

Senate confirms Utahn to the Federal Reserve board

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 1d ago

UTA suggests possible sale of naming rights for its TRAX lines or stations as a way to raise money

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 1d ago

Trump hands Putin a diplomatic triumph by casting doubt on U.S. intelligence agencies

By Philip Rucker, Anton Troianovski and Seung Min Kim | The Washington Post 2d ago

Political Cornflakes: Tired of ‘so much winning,’ President Trump goes for a change of pace in Helsinki

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

‘We do not intend to be a flash in the pan’ — Mormon church, NAACP team up on education and employment initiative, expect to unveil more joint projects

David Noyce By David Noyce 2d ago

‘We cannot allow the police to police themselves any longer': Community group urges Salt Lake to pass an ordinance to make officers more accountable

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 2d ago

One-time key Huntsman campaign aide calls on him to resign Russian ambassadorship after Trump-Putin summit

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie 2d ago

Russian gun rights advocate, charged in US with acting as Russian Federation agent

By Tom Jackman and Rosalind S. Helderman | The Washington Post 2d ago

Without mentioning president, Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee back U.S. intelligence assessment of Russian election interference

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie 2d ago