Good Thursday morning from Salt Lake City. There are just 11 working days until the end of the 2018 Utah Legislature.
Utahns don't think lawmakers should cut taxes. Lawmakers have more than a half billion extra to spend this year. Students shine a light on gun violence.
Salt Lake Tribune
Legislators are mulling a bill to abolish the death penalty in Utah. Do you think they should get rid of the practice or keep it? Vote now in our weekly survey.
Utah lawmakers have $80 million extra to spend because of the tax overhaul bill passed by Congress at the end of last year. That's on top of the $581 million in extra funds provided by a budget...
Whoa, momma! The Utah Legislature has $581 million more dollars in tax revenue to put into the state budget – or even return some to taxpayers in tax cuts.
Pointing out that there were no TV news cameras reporting on their actions, Utah House members passed a bill Wednesday that would severely curtail media broadcasters’ use of “non-compete” contracts...
Utah may well do away with the death penalty for our worst murderers – having life without parole instead.
The internet is widely considered to be a place where you can find, well, access to all human knowledge - good and bad. In reality, what most of us think of as the World Wide Web, accounts for only...
"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!" - Michael Corleone, Godfather III
Last year Utah adopted the strictest DUI measure in the entire country, setting the blood alcohol limit at .05%. Now, one lawmaker says if other states don't follow suit, Utah should back off the...
"If Trump refuses the interview, Robert Mueller could subpoena him to testify before a grand jury. Which would be OK with Trump, provided it was the grandest jury, the most luxurious jury of all the juries." James Corden