Ideas always benefit from critique and refinement. But when a candidate goes unchallenged, so does...
In Utah, more than 390,000 people live in food insecurity. You can help them Saturday by participating in Scouting for Food.
The students who walked out of class Wednesday didn’t create this violent culture and flood it with easily obtainable military-style weapons. But now they’re our best hope of fixing it.
Ideas always benefit from critique and refinement. But when a candidate goes unchallenged, so does that candidate’s ideas.
This week’s topics: Utah jail deaths, state lawmakers and their embarrassing rap video, town hall meetings in the Ogden School District, and a rumor about WSU’s head basketball coach, Randy Rahe.
Communities in Northern Utah started recycling because it’s good for the environment. That’s still true. Now it’s up to us to begin recycling effectively.
Violators are gumming up the Express Lanes on I-15. Lawmakers responded by authorizing UDOT to set up traffic cameras and license plate readers. Thanks, cheaters.
Utah’s Republican lawmakers consider pornography a public health crisis. Yet they can’t wait to name a highway after a president who had an affair with a porn star.
Officials are developing a plan to close, renovate and rebuild some Ogden elementary schools, and they want your ideas.
This week, we take note of the bike-riding Forrest Gump of Ogden; the Weber School District’s newest education program; forging petition signatures and Sen. Orrin Hatch.
Senate Bill 205 allows Utahns to hold sheriffs responsible for the safety of their prisoners. It needs to become law this year.