The electricity-powered buses cost about $300,000 more than a diesel-powered bus but could save more money over the life of the machine through maintenance and fuel costs.
A group of state lawmakers is defending a September trip to Switzerland that caught the board of the Utah Transit Authority and Governor’s Office of Economic Development by surprise.
With sick leave payments coming due, county coffers could be stretched thin for the next 10 to 20 years.
Forgiveness or community safety? Readers react to possible changes in Ogden’s Good Landlord program.
The Good Landlord program doesn’t let people with certain criminal backgrounds become tenants but Ogden and state officials are rethinking how that measure impacts recidivism and re-entry into society.
Drastic changes to a fund used to pay for land conservation and recreation opportunities across the U.S. have drawn a democratic challenger to dance with Congressman Rob Bishop.
Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings says he’s investigating Nevada Sen. Harry Reid in connection with an ongoing probe into a pay-to-play scheme involving two former Utah attorneys general.
Incumbent Ralph Becker narrowed the election-night gap, but Jackie Biskupski remained victorious after Tuesday’s canvass made official ballot results for Salt Lake City’s mayoral race.
A letter of city support is no longer sought, but the developer still could work for the trade via Congress.
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