A panel of four local women who own small businesses told an audience at the Microsoft Store in City Creek Center to be bold and confident in their ability to flourish, despite the often long odds of success when launching a new enterprise.
A Utah lawmaker proposes to streamline licensing and permit procedures for food truck owners to avoid repetitive, costly and time-intensive inspections required by various municipalities and jurisdictions.
Travis Poppleton, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Feb 22nd - 3:31pm
In 2004, Utah-native KC Clyde rode his bicycle into our hearts in "The Best Two Years." Now he's playing in the critically acclaimed "Everybody Loves Somebody," and we caught up with him to find out more.
The Utah Legislature's Senate Education Committee gave unanimous approval to a bill that would treat all students equally with respect to sex education instruction and the House narrowly advanced a bill that would allow capital punishment for sex trafficking deaths.