A Mountain Crest High School student claims in a federal lawsuit that the school violated her free speech rights by dismissing her from the cheer squad for posting a video containing profane lyrics to her personal SnapChat account.
An April 20 party on the pavilion at Beaver Mountain Lodge that included marijuana joints being passed out to everyone who attended and six times more people than the event was licensed for has resulted in felony charges.
Ben Lockhart, KSL, Associated Press | Posted May 25th - 8:43am
Weber County has joined the list of local governments in Utah to sue opioid manufacturers this spring, alleging they engaged in deceptive marketing practices that diminished the public's understanding of the risks associated with their products.
University of Utah President Ruth V. Watkins and Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox called on Utahns Thursday to step up to the challenge of developing the best policy and technology innovations to support a thriving middle class.