Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press | Posted May 2nd - 2:41pm
A Utah developer of video games like "Alvin and the Chipmunks" and "Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005" asked the Utah Supreme Court on Monday to toss out his criminal convictions for not paying more than 100 employees.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted May 2nd - 11:29am
Amidst the 41.7-square miles of Eagle Mountain are seemingly endless miles of beautiful foothills, providing picturesque views of the valley below and the mountains beyond. One of those is Turtle Trail Hill, aptly named by one local man who loved his
The House Armed Services Committee passed the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2017 on Thursday. The bill includes a provision that prevents the implementation of federal plans on sage grouse management in Utah and other states.
For six years, the case of a Murray day care provider charged with violently abusing three toddlers has languished in court. The families of the three alleged victims say it has been a "living nightmare" to wait for justice.
The Constitutional Defense Council voted unanimously Wednesday to ask Gov. Gary Herbert's office, as well as Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, to investigate the support behind the push for a new monument in Utah and provide details on opponents.
Dawn Cox was on the verge of quitting when she got the call she'd been waiting for: Inspectors were ready to approve her food truck. That was in February, four months after she first applied for a permit.
Gov. Gary Herbert held a breakfast meeting with lobbyists to seek their help raising money for his primary election race but told them it was "not a quid pro quo situation," his campaign manager, Marty Carpenter, said Thursday.