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Tow truck drivers may have to pass criminal background checks

02/25/2017 7:56am
The House Transportation Committee voted in favor of a measure to require criminal background checks for tow truck operators.

Could state parks host burial of Native American remains?

02/25/2017 8:22am
The House Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment Committee passed a measure that would set up an account and study the feasibility of burying Native American remains in certain state parks after consultation and coordination with tribes.

National security adviser says term 'radical Islamic terrorism' isn't helpful

02/25/2017 8:55am
New national security adviser H.R. McMaster is already setting a strikingly different tone than his ousted predecessor, Michael Flynn, and President Donald Trump, saying the term "radical Islamic terrorism" isn't helpful for US goals.

Shops caught selling tobacco to minors may face increased fines

02/25/2017 9:53am
A bill that would toughen penalties on smoke shops if they're caught selling tobacco to underage Utahns was given initial approval Friday.

Millcreek stabbing leaves one seriously injured

02/25/2017 10:10am
Police have arrested a man after a stabbing left two people hospitalized, one in serious condition.

Flooding warning in effect along Bear River in northern Utah

02/25/2017 10:45am
A flooding warning is in effect along the Bear River in northern Utah.

West Valley high-speed car chase ends in arrest of 2 juveniles

02/25/2017 12:29pm
A high-speed car chase in West Valley ended in a crash and the arrest of two juveniles, Saturday morning.

Legislature considers range of resolutions

02/25/2017 1:12pm
Utah lawmakers have introduced about 700 bills this year, including resolutions that offer their opinions on high-profile topics such as refugees and public lands.

What the BYU Pathway program is in 11 graphics

02/25/2017 1:16pm
Many believed they couldn't get into a university, or succeed if they did. Most were certain they could never afford it. Some had given education the old college try before and failed.

Have You Seen This? ‘La La Land’ as horror is hilarious

02/25/2017 2:01pm
L.A. traffic is no joke, but it becomes a horror movie if you’re in labor and stuck there during the opening number of “La La Land.”

Lawmaker: Utah should take over Bears Ears monument

02/25/2017 3:43pm
Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab, unveiled a resolution Friday that proposes the state acquire the Bears Ears National Monument in San Juan County and work with Native American tribes to establish a management plan.

Moeaki leads American Fork girls to first 5A title since 2009

02/25/2017 4:06pm
Taylor Moeaki had 21 points and three steals to lift the Cavemen to the 5A state title with a 50-46 win over Viewmont in Saturday’s championship game at Salt Lake Community College.

Democrats elect Perez national chairman

02/25/2017 5:07pm
Democrats chose former Labor Secretary Tom Perez as their new national chairman Saturday over a liberal Minnesota congressman, capping a divisive campaign that reflected the depths of the party's electoral failures as well as the energy from resistance to President Donald Trump.

Trump says he won't attend correspondents dinner this spring

02/25/2017 5:07pm
President Donald Trump, who has been criticizing the news media and is famously thin-skinned, says he won't be attending the White House Correspondents' Association dinner — sparing himself the dubious honor of being an in-the-house target of jokes.