First, Gabrielle Giffords. Now Steve Scalise. We didn’t learn anything in the six years between their shootings.
Our lawmakers face a choice — they can support the president’s executive orders on trade and immigration or they can advocate the principles that helped build Utah’s economy. But they can’t do both.
Automation at Utah’s new crime lab will help prevent future rape kit backlogs. But to fulfill its potential, it needs to be fully staffed — and funded.
This week’s topics: The LDS Church gets recognized for fighting child abuse, candidates file for city offices in Weber and Davis counties, the Air Quality Committee was disbanded and the Weber County Commissioners opt to hire a consultant for a close-to-home issue.
Utah must find a way to help mentally ill prisoners get the psychological treatment they need before someone else commits suicide in a county jail — someone like Matthew Ryan Hall.
A health clinic jointly operated by Ogden and Weber County is a creative way to control costs. But don’t stop there — open it up to community partners.
We cannot address hatred until we begin to understand it. And that requires data — accurate, real-time data.
This week’s topics: Ogden’s booming music scene, summer food programs, Utah senators take the wrong side on Paris and Diesel Brother’s disregard the right thing to do.