POSTED // Mar 6,2013 - A bill is under discussion at the Legislature to create a board to study relocating the Utah State Prison and, if the concept is viable, to accept proposals to move forward with the plan.
POSTED // Feb 27,2013 - The legislative committee room was packed with lawyers fighting for and against Senate Bill 212 as though it were a high-dollar court case and the senate panel were a jury deciding the fate of their clients—because, in a way, that’s what it was.
POSTED // Feb 13,2013 - After Tom Green's organization rallied the local community and helped gather more than $10,000 in donations, working tirelessly to put amenities and improvements into the field, Salt Lake City has announced considerable increases in user fees that threaten to price Green’s organization out of existence.
POSTED // Jan 23,2013 - Before Kristine Biggs took Morgan County deputies on a high-speed chase in November 2012, Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings hadn’t had much trouble in ruling the seven officer-involved shootings that had landed on his desk
POSTED // Jan 16,2013 - With the defeat of Mitt Romney in the November election, Utah finally had to reconcile itself to the fact it would soon have to swallow the Obamacare medicine. But local health advocates worry two factors will keep Utah from following the good doctor’s prescription for implementing the president’s Affordable Care Act: young immortals and stubborn politicians.
POSTED // Jan 9,2013 - Michael Graham, a recovered addict, has chased a high almost his whole life, ever since he tried crystal meth at the age of 13. Now 55, the recovering addict can see a lifetime’s worth of bad decisions reflected in one glance