Becky Zani | posted Jul 7th - 11:32am
A new survey of high school seniors finds nearly one in five may be using hookah, with teens in bigger cities at higher risk.
Becky Zani | posted Jul 7th - 9:47am
Rep. Chris Stewart tells Utah's Morning News it will be difficult under the current political climate to address immigration reform, but it's an issue that needs to be addressed now.
Becky Zani | posted Jul 3rd - 11:36am
Construction will be on hold for Independence Day in Utah, but the Utah Department of Transportation says construction zones will still be in place.
Becky Zani | posted Jul 3rd - 11:25am
For the first time ever, the Dow Jones industrial average has passed the 17,000 mark, but experts say that's both good and bad.
Becky Zani | posted Jul 3rd - 10:31am
Experts say it should be no surprise that political parties and related groups are asking for more money, in light of news they don't like from the past few days.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue | posted Jul 2nd - 5:09pm
Multiple Utah entities say a Bureau of Land Management plan to remove excess wild horses from Iron and Beaver counties does not go far enough. They say it will take too long and leave horses in a place where there are supposed to be zero animals.
Lee Lonsberry | posted Jul 2nd - 12:19pm
Former New Mexico Governor & former presidential candidate Gary Johnson spoke to Doug about his new job as CEO of Marijuana & Sativa Inc.
Mark Sherman, Associated Press | posted Jun 30th - 6:11pm
A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.
Paul Nelson | posted Jun 30th - 9:41am
The Division of Wildlife Resources is giving campers and people recreating outdoors tips on how to stay safe around rattlesnakes. One Utah man knows all too well how painful being bit really is.
Paul Nelson | posted Jun 25th - 5:19pm
Police are looking for an expensive and one-of- a-kind violin that was stolen from the University of Utah. Surveillance cameras captured images of the the thief taking the violin, but detectives don't know who he is.
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