Sat Nov 30, 2013
Christmas spirit is in the air at St. George Tabernacle
Those wanting to take a break from decking the halls can stay in the Christmas spirit by attending a variety of holiday-themed concerts at the St. George Tabernacle this week.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Salt Lake Tribune
State to investigate Centerville candidates
The same day Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox's office officially closed its case against Attorney General John Swallow for not making required disclosures on campaign forms, it was asked to look into somewhat similar allegations against two winning candidates in Centerville city elections this year.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
4. Bill in works to help Utah electric vehicle ...
A bill unveiled Wednesday would allow businesses or cities that provide a charging station for electric vehicles to recoup their costs without fear of being viewed as a "utility" and regulated by the Public Service Commission.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Former missionaries in Utah organize efforts for Filipino people they served, love
Returned missionaries in Utah organized various fundraisers Saturday to help the people they once served in typhoon-ravaged areas of the Philippines.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Salt Lake Tribune
Wind, weather knocks out power, closes roads
A windy evening turned into a chaotic night Thursday with power outages, road closures and even an auto-pedestrian accident along the Wasatch Front.
Salt Lake City Weekly
Watch This Power Transformer Explode In Last Night's Storm
From now on, you can't say it's windy if a couple of leaves blow into your yard, your porch decorations fly away, or even if tree branches start busting through your windows.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Severe weather, winds hit Utah
Utahns across the state were met by the beginning of a weekend of severe weather Thursday as wind gusts tore across the Wasatch Front, snow began to fall and storms moved in from the south.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
The Miami Herald
GEO Group, CCA won't bid on Idaho prison contract
The two biggest private prison companies in the nation say they don't want the contract to run a troubled Idaho prison, and that could shrink the pool of potential bidders to just two smaller companies.