Good Tuesday morning from Salt Lake City. It's caucus day in Utah! Welcome to Utah's must-read daily political news roundup.
Mitt Romney talks caucuses. Hatch says firing Mueller would be the "stupidest thing" Trump could do. Congress closing in on a $1.3 trillion spending bill.
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Just in time for the biennial Utah caucus meetings, a three-judge panel has upheld a lower court's decision in the Utah GOP's lawsuit against SB54.
There are some fascinating second-round matchups in today's "Political Power" bracket for you to vote on.
Gov. Mitt Romney is making a big play this year to get supporters to Tuesday night's caucus meetings.
Four Utah political figures have punched their ticket to the "Sweet 16" in our Utah "Political Power" bracket.
Organizers of Winter Sports Market and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development announced a new three-year partnership that will bring the longest continuously running trade show for specialty...
Most Utahns say they support the Trump tax cuts passed by Congress at the end of 2017, but nearly half say they haven't noticed the promised increase in their take-home pay.
We're on to round two of the 2018 Utah "Political Power" bracket. We've got four second-round matchups for you to vote on today.
The Utah County GOP is hitting back at organizers of a ballot initiative to repeal SB54, saying their attack on a sitting Republican lawmaker goes too far.