POSTED // Jan 5,2012 - Ben Gaddis’ piece of scratch paper has a list inked onto it: apples, lamb, cumin, potatoes, a few odd household items. In Gaddis’ ideal world, he wouldn’t be taking his list to a national-chain grocery
POSTED // Dec 21,2011 - Ryan McDonald's newspaper colleagues might see his byline more than his face in the office, since his movement is restricted to a wheelchair and the Chronicle office is located on the third floor of the student union building, which has no wheelchair access.
POSTED // Dec 14,2011 - While Rex Newton’s failure to listen has caused him constant grief, it may also be the only key to getting him help. Despite having spent the past decade cycling through the Salt Lake City courts on 20 different charges ranging from evictions to trespassing and making bogus 911 calls, this felony charge will be the first time Newton is placed in Salt Lake County’s Mental Health Court, where the court can supervise Newton’s compliance with treatment in a structured fashion.
POSTED // Dec 7,2011 - Why the accident occurred is a mystery—it was determined that the Yellow Cab driver, Sarbjit Singh, was neither distracted nor intoxicated. For Tarr’s attorney, Larry Long, the bigger mystery is why the Salt Lake City prosecutor’s office charged the driver with a class C misdemeanor for an accident that took one person's life and changed another’s forever.
POSTED // Nov 30,2011 - “As a Buddhist, I wish you peace,” says a man’s voice on a grainy cell-phone recording. While the words wish peace, the tone says “back off,” as the man struggles to be heard over the clash of drum music to tell members of Utah’s Falun Gong community that they would have to leave
POSTED // Nov 23,2011 - More than a week after a small army of Salt Lake City police officers evicted the Occupy Salt Lake City protesters from their Pioneer Park encampment, refugees of the movement are still occupying public spaces.
POSTED // Nov 9,2011 - When owners Jed and Nicole Beal opened Jed’s Barbershop in March 2010, they had a simple vision. They wanted a place where people could get salon-quality haircuts at a reasonable price in a cool shop full of Americana memorabilia.