POSTED // Nov 27,2013 - To pedestrians passing by the Grand America Hotel on Nov. 23, the letters TPP didn’t mean much. But for the few dozen hardy activists warming themselves over a fire barrel and chanting
POSTED // Nov 21,2013 - The 388 pages of e-mails City Weekly accessed through a records request to the AG’s Office demonstrate the complex connections of the AG’s Office’s PR operation, which ties together both Shurtleff and current Attorney General John Swallow with Paul Murphy and campaign consultant Jason Powers.
POSTED // Nov 13,2013 - Sebastian Velasquez’s first professional goal for Real Salt Lake, a perfectly executed header into the left corner of the net against L.A. Galaxy, lifted the playoff fortunes of the team.
POSTED // Oct 30,2013 - The procedure, from a cosmetic standpoint and when done properly, seems like a win-win: Fat is liposuctioned from one area of the body and then implanted into the breast as a natural enhancement.
POSTED // Oct 23,2013 - At a Jan. 11, 2013, federal court hearing before Judge David Nuffer, embattled St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson told the court that he would plead guilty to bank fraud and money laundering,
POSTED // Oct 9,2013 - On a chilly Friday night, half a dozen members of the nonprofit Legacy Initiative are patrolling the mean streets of Salt Lake City. Decked out with walkie-talkies and conspicuous neon-green vests, the group of cheerful volunteers resembles at first glance a laser-tag team that took a wrong turn off the playing field and ended up in the bad part of town.
POSTED // Oct 3,2013 - Four times a year, the Cottonwood Heights Police Department conducts undercover alcohol stings on bars and places that sell alcohol, including Lani Roberts’ 7-Eleven franchise on the busy corner of Wasatch Boulevard