Utah’s gymnastics team not only has the challenge of competing for the second time in three days, but also respond to its first loss of the season.
by: Matt Canham — Salt Lake Tribune 3h
Sandy City’s water crisis continues, but for a smaller number of residents. The no drink order now applies only to homes and businesses between 1700 East and 2000 East and 10600 South and 11400 South, the city announced Sunday, a decision made in...
by: Bob Beauprez | For The Tribune — Salt Lake Tribune 3h
When you look back at the past decade of energy and environmental policy in America, it’s hard to fully comprehend how quickly things have changed for the better.
Salt Lake City’s Georgia Apartments are closed. Most residents found homes, but the future is uncertain for some.
by: Paighten Harkins — Salt Lake Tribune 5h
When Georgia Apartments closed on Saturday, there were at least a handful of folks left without a place to stay.
by: https://www.facebook.com/saltlaketribune — Salt Lake Tribune 5h
How do you picture the end of the world? If you’re at all religious, it’s probably some cataclysmic event impossible to ignore, especially for the wicked.
by: Deneece G. Huftalin and Brad L. Mortensen | For The Tribune — Salt Lake Tribune 5h
Did you know that when a child is born in Utah, their likelihood of graduating from college can be predicted? It’s not based on an IQ test, or an aptitude test or how quickly they learn to roll over.
by: Kevin T. Jones | For The Tribune — Salt Lake Tribune 5h
Above the Utah Capitol flies a banner. The state flag. A nondescript official-looking blue bolt of cloth. How many citizens could describe it or even recognize it? Probably not many.
by: Doris Schmidt | For The Tribune — Salt Lake Tribune 5h
In Utah, it pays to be part of the crowd. The state is the ninth most urbanized in the nation, with 90 percent of the people packed together on just 1 percent of the land — mostly along the Wasatch Front.
by: Richard Koehn | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 6h
The Republican-dominated U.S. Senate Tuesday, Feb. 12, passed the most comprehensive conservation legislation in more than a decade, legislation that protects lands in nearly every state in the Union.
by: Deana McLaughlin | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 7h
So, the will of the people is meaningless in Utah.
by: Karen I. Silver | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 7h
Can someone please help me understand why legislators who meet certain qualifications get free or low-cost health insurance? Can someone also help me understand why these same legislators do not want to provide minimum health insurance to those who...
by: Jim Hayes | The Public Forum — Salt Lake Tribune 7h
Once again, someone in the Utah Legislature has taken on the burden of making an aesthetic decision for all of us. Richard Martin wants to adopt a new state flag that “virtually everybody likes,” and ram it through the Legislature, a body not known...
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