Some years you just shouldn’t shoot fireworks — no matter where you live in Northern...
This week’s topics: BYU’s sexual assault policy is too weak, DACA stays — for now, finger-pointing is unproductive in South Weber and Uintah and Weber County gets its 27-mile loop after decades of work.
We can not reduce in-custody deaths and suicides until we acknowledge Utah’s jail system is failing its most vulnerable prisoners.
Revising the law about special elections wasn’t a priority last session for the Utah Legislature. Then Jason Chaffetz resigned.
Fire marshals don’t issue burn bans just to sharpen their writing skills. They do it because lives and property are at risk.
Utah can’t turn out enough software and computer engineers to meet the growing need at Hill AFB, says Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II.
This week’s topics: Ogden city talks immigrant protections, a Clinton woman is honored for 30,000 volunteer hours, Zinke gets his monuments mixed up and wild fires rage as a result of human error.
Utah must change the way it defines domestic violence, or we’ll continue to fail people like Rackley and her children.
Thousands of people have mental or physical conditions that should disqualify them from driving. But Utah doesn’t know how many, and it doesn’t have a plan to get them off the road.
First, Gabrielle Giffords. Now Steve Scalise. We didn’t learn anything in the six years between their shootings.