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.
Peter Samore and Mary Richards | posted Jun 20th - 9:02pm
A lawsuit could cost Salt Lake City potentially millions of dollars and put some money back in your wallet, all because of parking.
Ryan Tronier | posted May 23rd - 2:54pm
Driving and using mobile devices don't always mix, and changes to Utah laws require motorists to use smartphones hands-free while behind the wheel. The Browsers show no-cost solutions for Android devices and iPhone users.
Paul Nelson | posted Mar 25th - 12:32pm
New research shows there are major problems that arise when students are held back in middle school.
Paul Nelson | posted Mar 21st - 4:13pm
You might not be immediately familiar with their names, but you know their work. Some well-known songwriters are in town to join in this weekend's Songwriter Summit.
Haley Smith | posted Mar 21st - 10:11am
Several more women have reported they were groped by a man near the BYU campus. Police arrested a man for sexual assault, but said he was not related to the groping incidents.
Becky Bruce | posted Jan 10th - 11:42am
Was it a coincidence or a cleverly-timed hack? For days in downtown Salt Lake City, the time was 4:20.
Peter Samore | posted Aug 24th - 9:42am
Alpine School District was caught off-guard when they learned one of their bus stops was next to two registered sex offenders.
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