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Trump Administration May Sell Or Transfer Land Cut From Utah Monument
The Trump administration is eyeing the transfer or sale of more than 1,600 acres of federal land that until recently were part of Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, according to adraft resource management planpublished Wednesday.
Paleontologists Discover Unknown Pterodactyl Species With Vampire-Like Fangs In Utah
The paleontologists named the new species Caelestiventus hanseni which means heavenly wind. The species has a wingspan of 5 feet. It also has 112 teeth that include fang-like spikes which stick out near its snout. Its lower jaw, which looked like a pouch shaped to that of the pelicans, is believed t
Angry parents demand Utah school explain why daughters were subjected to racist abuse
Two black high school soccer players in Sandy, Utah were assaulted with racial slurs during a game, reportsNews-4-Utah.
Home-Based Business Ranked No. 1 Fastest-Growing Company in Salt Lake City, Utah
HOLLADAY, Utah,Aug. 17, 2018/PRNewswire/ --Inc.magazine today rankedAmerican Business BrokersNo. 197 on its 37th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy — Am
A Utah Pilot Committed Suicide by Flying Into His Own House
Police say that Duane Youd had been arrested after a domestic dispute on Sunday night. He was released on bail from Utah County jail and had a police officer escort him to his house around midnight to collect a few belongings. Then, at about 2:30am, Youd crashed the small jet into the house he share
Man dies after street sweeper crashes on Utah's Powder Mountain
EDEN, Weber County — A man driving a street sweeper died Thursday after losing control of his vehicle and crashing on Powder Mountain, according to officials.
Blumenthal Nordrehaug Bhowmik De Blouw LLP, Hit American Automobile Association of Northern California, Nevada & Utah, With Lawsuit for Alleged Labor Code Violations
American Automobile Association of Northern California, Nevada & Utah, is facing a class action filed by one of their California employees who alleges the company failed to provide meal and rest periods in accordance with California law
TOP 10 MOST EPIC HIKES IN UTAH
Utah is home to some surprisingly diverse landscapes: dense forests, stunning lakes, mystical deserts, and of course epic summits.We’ve pulled together 10 hikes that won’t disappoint. Whether you’re a pro looking for a challenge, or a beginner wanting to bask in the Hoodoo’s glory, there is a hike f
Utah mom donating Amazon toys to children's hospital after daughter's sneaky $350 shopping spree
“On Friday, I just went online to check something and I noticed a couple items there that I hadn’t ordered,” she toldKSL-TV. “I canceled them because they hadn’t been shipped yet, and then I started looking and there was about three more pages of items.”
New Lawsuit Says Utah's Medical Marijuana Initiative Is a Free Speech Violation
On Thursday, Salt Lake City-area lawyer Walter J. Plumb III filed a lawsuit against Utah's Proposition 2, alleging that the measure—which would legalize medical marijuana for patients suffering from certain qualifying medical conditions as well as allow for the plant's cultivation and sale—would vio
Utah Football Camp: Defensive Tackle Coach Gary Andersen discusses position battles
“Really the little things and when I say the little things- they are the pre-snap awareness,” Andersen said. “That creeps more into the opponent base as you go through the year. There are still those ideas and clues as you get pre-snap and understanding the stance of an offensive linemen, the set of
Springville crash leaves man in extremely critical condition
Utah Highway Patrol is still investigating the accident, which occurred at about 9:45 a.m. Thursday, said Sgt. Nick Street with UHP. The driver lost control of a pickup truck pulling a camper for unknown reasons before rolling over, landing on its top.
The Best Maternity and Paternity Benefits In Utah Have Just Been Launched At Weave
LEHI, Utah,Aug. 16, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- Weave, a technology and innovation leader in business software, is setting a new standard for maternity and paternity benefits. Their new policy provides generous paid time off, services and goods during the months after the baby is born.
Utah lawyer says his religious beliefs are more important than sick people who use medical cannabis
A Salt Lake City-area lawyer named Walter J. Plumb III is trying to remove Utah's medical marijuana initiative from the ballot in November. Plumb, who owns a pharmaceutical company called Pharmics Inc.,asserts that his religious right to be intolerant of sick people who use cannabis to treat their i
Religious freedom vs. medical marijuana, a big name change for Utah’s biggest church and a possible issue with state driver licenses - KCPW
After its first year of implementation,how has Operation Rio Grande impacted crime and homelessnessin Salt Lake City? The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saintsbristles against the term “LDS”and asks that its membersnot be referred to as Mormons. Opponents to Utah’s medical marijuana ballot ini
How bad is this year’s Utah wildfire season? Actually, not that bad so far — unless you’re trying to breathe.
If there’s solace to be taken, it’s that the charring isn’t much worse than it normally is, and Utah wildfires haven’t killed anyone — at least directly.
Changes coming to soccer broadcasts in Utah: How the Utah Royals FC and RSL matches will be affected
Starting this weekend, KMYU will no longer air Utah Royals FC matches live the remainder of the season. Also starting this weekend, Real Salt Lake’s broadcast duo of Brian Dunseth and David James will be off the road and calling matches remotely for the remainder of the 2018 season, a growing trend
Utah's jobless rate is among the lowest in the nation. Here's how it ranks
Aerial view of Salt Lake City, Wednesday, March 9, 2016. The Beehive State's job growth is among the highest in the nation, new data indicates.
Dog Days is the Feel Good Movie of the Summer – Daily Utah Chronicle
Although “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” is a serious contender, “Dog Days” holds its weight as the feel-good movie of the summer. Going into the film with no expectations aside from wanting to see a herd of cute dogs, I was relatively surprised at how the film had a little bit of everything — comedy,
3 kidnapped Utah teen and demanded ransom from mother, police say
WEST VALLEY CITY — Three Arizona residents were charged Thursday with kidnapping a teenage boy this week and holding him hostage while demanding a ransom from his mother for his safe return.At one point, the trio was told to kill the boy, but his kidnappers opted to hold out for the money, charging