Pet owners in Utah are using cannabis to treat their four-legged friends for anything from anxiety to joint pain to tumors. A Park City-based company now sells hemp-based relief for cats and dogs. It's legal, but is it safe?
A bill that would eliminate criminal penalties for a parents of truant children was defeated in the Senate by a tie vote and a committee voted to pursue the acquisition of Bears Ears National Monument. Here is the latest roundup of what's happening on the hill:
Jessica Ivins, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Mar 1st - 8:41am
Sometimes, something as simple as a new suit can change a life in a big way. That’s the mantra a Utah clothing company has embraced as it seeks to give back to those in the community who need a bit of kindness.
AT&T's new virtual reality experience simulates the potentially deadly consequences of glancing at a cellphone while driving. The students at Hillcrest High School said it really drove the message home.
Cody Blower, St. George News | Posted
Mar 1st - 6:32am
A Utah-based ambulance company has been responding to emergency medical calls in the Beaver Dam and Littlefield, Arizona, region without a license, interlocal agreement or agency request for assistance, competing with the agency licensed for those areas and depriving it of revenue.
Art Raymond and Ben Lockhart | Posted
Feb 28th - 10:32pm
Bountiful elected officials announced Monday that the council will vote to cancel a proposed, new $13 million city hall project. The decision reverses a previous hard line taken by the mayor and council in the face of strong resident pushback.
After announcing last week it was scrubbing plans for two of four homeless resource centers, Salt Lake City officials announced Tuesday the purchased of the site at 653 E. Simpson Ave. had been cancelled.