SALT LAKE CITY — A West Valley City lawmaker hopes to raise the educational standards for Utah’s justice court judges.
SALT LAKE CITY — A Woods Cross lawmaker’s legislation to recognize pornography as a public health crisis received overwhelming support from members of the Senate Health and Human Services committee Friday.
SALT LAKE CITY -- When the Obama Administration recently announced a 25-percent increase in ranching fees on public land, Congressman Rob Bishop responded with outrage.
NORTH OGDEN — Months of negotiation between three northern Weber County cities and Weber County commissioners regarding planned renovation of the North Ogden Branch Library have apparently hit gridlock.
SALT LAKE CITY – Two medical marijuana bills were heard in different legislative committees Thursday, provoking powerful discussion on potential benefits and drawbacks if cannabis is legalized in some form in Utah.
The Wasatch Front’s air quality tends to turn murky in February, a result of winter inversions that trap pollutants in the area’s lower-lying valleys.
SALT LAKE CITY — A bill that would raise human trafficking to a capital offense in some cases cleared a House committee Tuesday, but not without significant discussion about the value, effectiveness and inordinate cost of death penalty cases.
SALT LAKE CITY — A Layton lawmaker is sponsoring legislation to approve a proposed federal swap of key school trust lands in Utah for property adjacent to the Utah Test and Training Range.
SALT LAKE CITY — A bipartisan group of lawmakers unveiled 15 bills and several funding requests, which if taken as a package, could collectively help clean up Utah’s air.
SALT LAKE CITY — An overdose-reversal drug called Naloxone gave Erin Finkbiner a second chance at life and recovery.