More than 200 students in Salt Lake City chose the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre to say they're not giving up the fight for gun reform during a rally held at the state Capitol Friday.
Astrid S. Tuminez, regional director for corporate, external and legal affairs in Southeast Asia for Microsoft, has been selected the next president of Utah Valley University. She will succeed Matthew S. Holland.
Testimony continues in a federal court trial which the U.S. Department of Justice says stems from an "abusive tax scheme" that cost the U.S. Treasury at least $50 million in bogus tax credits and depreciation claims. It involves a Utah company.
Utah’s dark starry skies have once again received recognition after Rainbow Bridge National Monument was recently named an international dark sky sanctuary— making it only the fourth designation in the world.
The Beehive State ranked first in overall and private sector job growth for the month of March, according to Utah Department of Workforce Services. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was flat at 3.1 percent, the national rate was 4.1 percent.
Mike Anderson, KSL TV | Posted
Apr 20th - 10:38am
Police are investigating a fight that broke out during a lacrosse game at Logan High School Wednesday night. Spectators said players from the opposing team from Roy suddenly started rushing the bleachers.
Customers of a local technology company that the federal government says cost the U.S. Treasury $50 million testified Thursday in U.S. District Court of Utah. The trial involves the sale of solar lenses and claims of federal tax credits.
Dan Elliott, Associated Press | Posted
Apr 20th - 9:33am
Tension over the drought-stressed Colorado River escalated into a public feud when four U.S. states accused Arizona's largest water provider of manipulating supply and demand, potentially threatening millions of people in the United States and Mexico who rely on the river.