Caldwell, Idaho • The only suspect in the killing of two women and a 14-year-old girl last year in Idaho will likely never be brought to justice because he’s probably dead, a sheriff said.
More and more ‘Mormon soda’ shops are bringing flavorful carbonated concoctions — and fun — to eastern Idaho
by: Marc Basham | Post Register — Salt Lake Tribune 20 Jun
Idaho Falls, Idaho • Nearly 50 bottles of flavoring line the walls of Lael Andersen’s 10-foot by 20-foot shack on Northgate Mile, featuring common choices such as raspberry and cherry, to more off-the-wall additives such as cupcake.
Citing climate change and a susceptibility to air pollution, Colorado’s governor orders the adoption of California’s stricter car emission rules
by: Dan Elliott | The Associated Press — Salt Lake Tribune 20 Jun
Denver • Colorado’s governor on Tuesday ordered his state to adopt vehicle pollution rules enforced in California, joining other states in resisting the Trump administration’s plans to ease emission standards.
by: The Associated Press — Salt Lake Tribune 20 Jun
New York • Over five seasons as ace of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Gerrit Cole threw one of the game’s hardest, heaviest fastballs, and he threw it often. The pitch helped him make millions of dollars. It put him in contention for major awards. Hitters swung.
by: The Associated Press — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
Woods Cross • Stars of the Discovery Channel show “Diesel Brothers” have been ordered not to modify vehicles in ways that could lead to greater pollution.
Margaret Sullivan: A reporter at the White House decided to play the audio of children sobbing. Somebody had to.
by: Margaret Sullivan | The Washington Post — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
Olivia Nuzzi had no plans of playing the heart-rending audio of Central American children crying for their parents when she arrived in the White House briefing room Monday.
by: Anna-Lisa Cox | The Washington Post — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
When we remember the end of slavery, we tend to give credit to white politicians arguing over the Emancipation Proclamation in Washington, D.C., or to a white general telling enslaved people in Texas that they are free (the moment marked by Juneteenth,...
by: Kristine Phillips | The Washington Post — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
The small shelter along the Texas border to Mexico held 60 beds and a little playground where children could play. Rooms were equipped with toys, books and crayons. To Colleen Kraft, this shelter looked, in many ways, like a friendly environment for...
by: Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | The Associated Press — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
Washington • The Trump administration is close to finalizing a health insurance option for small firms and self-employed people that would cost less but could cover fewer benefits than current plans, congressional officials and business groups said Monday
by: Lee Davidson — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
Gasoline prices have continued to rise in Utah since Memorial Day, while they have stabilized since then nationally. As a result, Utahns are now paying the seventh-highest gasoline prices in the U.S.
by: Lindsey Bever | The Washington Post — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
An emergency room doctor was suspended from a hospital in Northern California after cursing and mocking a patient who said he was having an anxiety attack.
by: Paul Sharp | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 19 Jun
We received the mail notice concerning the .05 percent sales tax increase and a proposed $87 million bond Salt Lake City wants for road maintenance.