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City council OKs controversial streetlight fee

12/12/2012 11:46am
The Salt Lake City council has passed a controversial new fee, which means residents soon will pay more to keep the streetlights on.

Gov. to roll out budget as 'fiscal cliff' looms

12/12/2012 5:32pm
Gov. Herbert is set to reveal his budget recommendations for the 2013-2014 fiscal year and intends to emphasize funding for education. But the looming "fiscal cliff" could impact his budget plans.

15 crosses erected near I-15 for fallen UHP troopers

12/12/2012 7:05pm
New crosses honoring 15 fallen Utah Highway Patrol troopers now overlook I-15 just north of exit 273, taking the place of memorials that were removed from public land following a U.S. Supreme Court decision last year.

Time in nature increases creativity, U. researcher says

12/12/2012 7:18pm
Do all your ideas seem a little dull these days? Do you feel lees creative than you used to? Perhaps it's time to put down the cell phone, strap on a backpack and channel Henry David Thoreau.

12-12-12 a lucky birthday for Utah babies; a cause to celebrate for others

12/12/2012 7:21pm
The day a baby is born has great significance for both the child and the family. Wednesday, on the last triple number date in our lifetime — 12-12-12 — a bunch of babies came into the world. And many other people clamored to celebrate their special events in style.

Support group to hold protest about Willard homicide investigation

12/12/2012 7:24pm
It's been more than a month since 21-year-old Danielle Willard was shot and killed by West Valley City police. A support group for Willard is holding a protest on Sunday outside West Valley City Hall and the police department.

On Swift raid anniversary, immigrants hold vigil for reform

12/12/2012 11:20pm
Both legal and undocumented immigrants took a stand Wednesday against laws that they feel need to be changed.