Utah lawmakers don’t have much time. No matter what else happens between now and March 22,...
Imagine what would’ve been possible if the House and Senate united behind Gov. Gary Herbert’s attempt to reduce teen suicides.
This week’s topics: The Blue Line Ladies, the Rube Goldberg Challenge, participants in the Northern Utah Women’s March, the government shutdown and Weber State University President Charles Wight.
Utah lawmakers don’t have much time. No matter what else happens between now and March 22, they need to begin the process of replacing the sheriffs’ secret and ineffective jail standards.
This story was compiled before the midnight EST deadline for Congress to pass a short-term spending bill to prevent a government shutdown. All quotes are verbatim.
In the Ogden School District, children facing food insecurity can now count on two healthy meals a day. That improves their ability to learn — making Ogden a stronger community.
The Ogden Winter Market is good for our health, good for the economy and good for our sense of community.
This week: A new system to file police reports online, two caring high school communities, automatic voter registration, and the Davis County Jail.
Utah built a system that protects sheriffs from accountability for the safety of their prisoners. That cannot continue.
When Donald Trump profanely describes Haiti, El Salvador and Africa as wastelands, he’s also dismissing their people as less than human.