Based on census data, a career site has tabbed the smartest cities in the Beehive State.
Utah AG Sean Reyes announced Friday the state will being preparing a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency after Utah regulators say the EPA didn't share data showing elevated levels of metals in the San Juan River after a massive mine waste spill that contaminated rivers in three...
Gov. Gary Herbert will consider a bill that will keep an annual Oktoberfest from being a sober affair.
Utah’s pollution is at its highest levels since 2013 thanks to an inversion that is trapping murky air above Salt Lake and Utah valleys.
Gov. Gary Herbert says the Mormon church’s opposition to a medical marijuana bill may have little impact on the proposal’s fate.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah Red Cross plans to honor a year-old red kangaroo that works as a therapy animal at a Salt Lake City veterans home. Charlie is one of about a dozen therapy animals at William E. Christoffersen Veterans home. The marsupial has also visited special education...
Utah legislators quietly passed an amendment to state law last year to keep firearms out of the hands of dangerous domestic abusers, following a nationwide trend of state legislative action on a rare area of consensus in the polarized debate over guns.
Federal immigration authorities say they arrested 82 people who were subject to deportation and had criminal convictions on their records.
Sen. Todd Weiler, a Davis County Republican, legislation to recognize pornography as a public health crisis received overwhelming support from members of the Senate Health and Human Services committee Friday.
Utah lawmakers are moving to repeal a guest worker law that was never implemented because the state has waited for federal approval of the program