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Not enough money for all housing, homeless asks, Utah House speaker says

The Utah Legislature’s budget still has weeks to shape up and final revenue projections won’t be released until mid-February, but already powerful legislative leaders are indicating the governor likely won’t get everything he’s recommending for housing and homelessness programs. “We ...

Utah DWR seeking to restore stream habitat with beaver dam analogs

WEBER COUNTY — The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has announced the construction of several beaver dam analogs at a Northern Utah wildlife management area with the aim of restoring stream habitat. In total, 45 beaver dam analogs were built last summer and fall within the Cinnamon Creek ...

Tech Matters: The state of 8K TVs – Pros and cons of buying today

The next generation of TVs is here, featuring 8K displays — twice the resolution of mainstream 4K TVs. And with the big game just a few days away, you can bet there are a lot of people out there wondering if they should just go ahead and get that 8K. If money is no object, then I say, ...

Groups set to present caucus training event this week

Wondering what to do about this year's Utah caucus? Wondering what a caucus even is? This week, the public will have a chance to learn a bit about the process, what to expect and how to caucus properly. Women's Work Utah, in conjunction with the Ogden Community Collaborative and Ogden Public ...

Newly introduced legislation aims to protect crime victims’ rights

In an effort to better protect the rights of crime victims, Rep. Tyler Clancy, R-Provo, is proposing legislation to improve the criminal justice system for victims of crime and ensure their rights are protected. The bill seeks to enhance current procedures regarding crime victims’ rights by ...