Moscow • France has won the World Cup for the second time in its history, beating Croatia 4-2 on Sunday in a championship game that featured a series of firstsm including an own goal and a penalty awarded after a video review — and a pitch invasion that..
by: Howard Fendrich | AP Tennis Writer — Salt Lake Tribune 3h
London • Novak Djokovic is back at his best and the Wimbledon champion for a fourth time, grabbing a lead right away against a weary Kevin Anderson in the final and winning 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 (3) on Sunday.
by: Steve Meyer | For The Tribune — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
Throughout the significant changes at the Utah Transit Authority over the past few years, one thing has stayed the same: UTA’s commitment to providing the best possible transit value to the communities we serve with the public resources that are...
by: Frank Brannan | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
I was confused learning that Doug Owens, founder of the nonprofit Outdoor Partners, teamed up with Mia Love to extol the economic virtues of outdoor recreation in Utah. According to the report released by Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, recreation is a..
by: Carson Tueller | For The Tribune — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
Affirmation, the world’s largest and oldest organization for LGBTQ+ Mormons, has been at the forefront in supporting LGBTQ+ individuals who are experiencing rejection by their society, their families and their faith communities. Despite our community’s...
Did Truth in Taxation law backfire? It led many Utah cities to dodge tax hikes for years, only to double them now.
by: Lee Davidson — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
Cue the taxpayers’ pitchforks and torches: Tooele City is proposing to more than double its share of property tax this year, by 114.9 percent, the highest in the state.
by: Peter Metcalf | For The Tribune — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
In the most recent Western States Survey, 91 percent of Utahns polled had visited federally managed Utah public lands in 2017. The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development reports over 110,000 Utahns work in the outdoor recreation economy, and...
by: Naresh Kumar | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
When November comes, many Utahns might skip the polls. Candidates seeking victory should give them a reason to show up by acknowledging that we all care about our shared future. The environment, and the type of policy we use to tackle our state's unique..
by: Butler | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
What would the American psyche be like if the media, written and televised, would cease the use of inflammatory words?
by: George Pyle — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
“I know my humor is outrageous when it makes the Unitarians so mad they burn a question mark on my front lawn.”