The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah is pushing back against the Drug Enforcement Administration in a lawsuit over whether investigators should have access to the state's prescription drug database without a warrant.
Margaret Fosmoe, Associated Press | Posted Jul 29th - 3:10am
On a sunny summer day, about 25 young teens from South Bend are sitting in classrooms at the University of Notre Dame, working on skills including simplifying algebraic equations, writing in journals and analyzing the dramatic arc of a novel.
A helicopter-flying Utah businessman who was a central figure in a pay-to-play scandal involving two former state attorneys general is set to be sentenced for lying to banks to keep his online business afloat.
A police officer in the small Texas town where Sandra Bland was pulled over and jailed says the county's top prosecutors threatened to end his career if he came forward with what he says is evidence of wrongdoing, an accusation the prosecutors deny.
Pat Eaton-Robb, Associated Press | Posted Jul 28th - 11:00pm
When the public gets its first glimpse Friday of the school built to replace the one where 20 first-graders and six educators were massacred, they'll see a building designed to be attractive, environmentally friendly, conducive to learning, and above all, safe.
When one of Angie Schmehl's identical twins, born at 26 weeks, died after 16 days of life, she didn't expect to be hounded by the state about picking a pediatrician for him and threats to cut off his insurance.
Michael Kunzelman, Associated Press | Posted Jul 28th - 10:01pm
The gunman's bullets that killed three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge also targeted the country and "touched the soul of the entire nation," Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday at a memorial service for the fallen officers.