State

Utah woman dies after getting caught in industrial-sized bakery mixer

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The woman was using the mixer in the bakery of Ream’s Food Stores in Sandy.

Government

Utah quietly joined push to keep guns from domestic abusers last year

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.


News

Immigration agents arrest 82 people with prior convictions in Utah

Federal immigration authorities say they arrested 82 people who were subject to deportation and had criminal convictions on their records.


Government

Utah anti-pornography resolution garners overwhelming support, passes committee

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.


Government

Utah plans to repeal guest worker law after federal approval never came

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


State

Utah suing federal government over rules meant to protect the sage grouse

The Utah Attorney General’s Office said Thursday in a news release that the guidelines announced in September impose unnecessary restrictions for activities on and near sage grouse habitat.


State

Utah lawmakers debate 2 medical marijuana proposals Thursday

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A renewed push for a broad medical marijuana program in Utah faces its first hurdle in a legislative hearing Thursday afternoon as another group of lawmakers debates a more limited program allowing pot-infused oil to people diagnosed with cancer, HIV and other conditions....


State

Utah woman dies after getting caught in industrial-sized bakery mixer

The woman was using the mixer in the bakery of Ream’s Food Stores in Sandy.


Education

Volunteering Utah students eligible for Youthlinc's $5,000 college scholarship

Youthlinc is offering up a $5,000 college scholarship — as well as $8,500 in other awards — to Utah student volunteers looking to raise money for their educations.


State

Utah conservatives vow to fight proposed expansion of sex ed in state schools

While the bill’s supporters say it could fight the state’s rising rates of sexually transmitted diseases, opponents say it would send the message that it’s OK for teens to have sex.


State

Utah rescuers continue search for missing skier in Park City area

Rescue workers in the Park City area are still searching for a man who didn’t return home after a Sunday night trip to Canyon Village in Park City.


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