Fastest-growing Utah companies honored by magazine
Utah Business magazine hosted its annual Fast 50 event, honoring the 50 fastest-growing businesses in the state.
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Christopher S. Rugaber, Associated Press | Posted Aug 29th - 2:38pm
Fewer people sought U.S. unemployment benefits last week, evidence that employers remain confident in the economy and are laying off few workers.
Rebecca Santana and Kevin McGill, Associated Press | Posted Aug 29th - 1:41pm
Mississippi and Louisiana marked the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina on Saturday by ringing church bells, laying wreaths and celebrating the resiliency of a region still recovering from a disaster that killed more than 1,800 people and caused $151 billion in damage.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Aug 29th - 1:15pm
A physics professor, curious about local political spending, has won his Utah Supreme Court bid to open records from the former Envision Ogden civic group.
Katie McKellar | Posted Aug 29th - 12:30pm
A political issues committee joined with local mayors and business leaders outside Midvale City Hall on Thursday to promote a quarter-cent sales tax hike that will appear on the Nov. 3 ballot in 16 Utah counties.
Jay Yoemans, Deseret News | Posted Aug 29th - 12:22pm
Here is a preseason look at the best options for the 2015 Heisman Trophy.
Dennis Romboy | Posted Aug 29th - 11:20am
State officials released a 30-day plan Thursday to improve management practices, retail service and the work environment at Utah's liquor stores.
Ben Lockhart | Posted Aug 29th - 10:55am
Less than three weeks before a scheduled sentencing, a federal judge has recused himself in the case against San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman for the ATV protest ride he organized and led in Recapture Canyon in May 2014.
Ken Thomas and Lisa Lerer, Associated Press | Posted Aug 29th - 10:30am
In ways both subtle and blunt, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign is sending a message to Vice President Joe Biden about his potential presidential campaign: This won't be easy.
Daphne Chen | Posted Aug 29th - 10:15am
The University of Utah welcomed 122 first-year medical students Friday, the first expanded medical class at the U. since the passage of SB42, legislation meant to address the shortage of physicians in Utah.
Morgan Wilkins | Posted Aug 29th - 9:40am
The first day of school in the Weber School District included a new playground for students at Green Acres Elementary.
Pat Reavy | Posted Aug 28th - 10:21pm
A West Jordan man who died in his home following a standoff with police had threatened suicide and that he would engage in a shootout with police in the weeks leading up to the fatal confrontation.
Megan Marsden Christensen | Posted Aug 28th - 10:21pm
A man died Friday after a police officer checking on his welfare shot him in a church parking lot, officials said.
Megan Marsden Christensen | Posted Aug 28th - 9:51pm
Police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man who stole nearly $12,000 in power tools and equipment, officials said.
Marjorie Cortez | Posted Aug 28th - 9:21pm
The biological father of a child who, as a newborn, was placed for adoption in Utah without his knowledge or consent has another opportunity to seek custody of his daughter under a new Colorado Court of Appeals decision.
Megan Marsden Christensen | Posted Aug 28th - 8:49pm
Mayor Ralph Becker and Interim Police Chief Mike Brown met with residents and business owners in the Rio Grande District on Friday to discuss improving a campaign for public safety.
Henry Hanks CNN | Posted Aug 28th - 8:25pm
Adam Park considers himself lucky. He weighed 315 pounds at 15, but didn't run into trouble with bullies or pressure from family and friends.
Kelly Wallace, CNN | Posted Aug 28th - 7:42pm
If you have a daughter like I do who hates dresses and abhors anything pink, sparkly or with ruffles and frills, you are pretty much out of luck if you head to most of the major retail stores. What you end up doing is shopping in the boys' section for your daughter's clothing.
Katie McKellar | Posted Aug 28th - 7:21pm
With about two months until the general election, Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and challenger Jackie Biskupski are digging in their heels for a fierce race.
Pat Reavy | Posted Aug 28th - 7:18pm
A veteran Utah Highway Patrol trooper was shot multiple times without warning early Friday by a man who troopers say fled and died a short time later from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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