Posted // December 18,2013 - Also: Small Business Strife, Good News, Bad News. Is it all about sodomy? Choice? Abuse? While the polygamous community celebrates Judge Cla ...
Posted // December 18,2013 - County court program speeds defenants through process, but may overlook treatment “Good luck, sir,” says the judge after dishing out a nine-month jail sentence ...
Posted // December 17,2013 In the countdown to this week's House Investigative Committee hearings on former Utah Attorney General John Swallow, one issue that may come up for examination by the House's imported attorneys is Swallow's relationship with Timothy and Jennifer Bell, who contributed to Swallow's campaign but later changed the record of their support from $15,000 to $1,000.
Posted // December 17,2013 Democratic Representative Jim Matheson's Facebook announcement that he was not running for reelection in 2014 was the status update heard 'round the state Tuesday, and immediately had conservatives crowing about finally having a Republican take his seat after a dozen years in office. Matheson may soon be out of the House, but he's also openly hinted at a run for either the Senate or the Governor's office, but does he have a shot?
Posted // December 17,2013 A band of clean-air advocacy groups rang in the third day of the “12 polluted Days of Christmas” by handing out literature and air masks to shoppers at the Trolley Square mall in Salt Lake City Tuesday.
Posted // December 17,2013 As hazardous air pollution along the Wasatch Front prevented children from playing outside during recess Monday, an attorney with Utah’s Department of Environmental Quality was named the state’s attorney of the year for his work defending air-quality permits issued to oil refineries and a power plant.
Posted // December 17,2013 Despite a judge's ruling that the NSA's metadata collection is likely unconstitutional, Obama looks to spare the program.
Posted // December 13,2013 The former Zephyr Club in downtown Salt Lake City, 301 S. West Temple; closed since October 2003.
Posted // December 13,2013 ProPublica looks at how court systems tip in favor of high-interest lenders who sue their clients for defaulting on high-interest loans.
Posted // December 12,2013 The Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office arrested Tim Lawson, a fundraiser, political fixer and ally to Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff, on six felony charges, including obstruction of justice, threatening a witness and failing to pay taxes on roughly $120,000 he received in payments from Marc Sessions Jenson, a businessman convicted of securities fraud, who used Lawson to gain access to Shurtleff and Swallow.
Posted // December 12,2013 - After this year's surprise success, the pressure is on Real Salt Lake KANSAS CITY, Kan.—The star atop Real Salt Lake’s crest doesn’t come with ...
Posted // December 12,2013 - Utah is all about family values, but that doesn’t stop undocumented families from be ...
Posted // December 11,2013 - A mother's tale of a life and a talent taken too soon by painkillers At 7 a.m. on Dec. 20, 2012, I walked downstairs in my usual morning daze to feed our cat, ...
Posted // December 11,2013 - Also: Snow Trouble At All, Witnessing Is Not a Crime. You have to give Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams an A for effort, but solving a 30-year ...
Posted // December 11,2013 - WSU approves funding for long-sought LGBT center After years of advocating and letter-writing, LGBT Weber State students will be getting th ...
Posted // December 10,2013 The NSA and CIA surveilled online-gaming worlds, such as World of Warcraft and Second Life, looking for criminal and terrorist activity.
Posted // December 9,2013 Utah is dead-last in a ranking of judicial financial transparency released last week by The Center for Public Integrity. Unlike supreme-court justices in many states, members of Utah's highest court are exempt from disclosing any personal financial information.
Posted // December 6,2013 The former Zephyr Club in downtown Salt Lake City, 301 S. West Temple; closed since October 2003.
Posted // December 6,2013 In remembrance of the passing of Nelson Mandela, Mother Jones presents the speech Mandela gave in 1964, while facing what he assumed was a death sentence for resisting South Africa's apartheid system.
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