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The mayor of Topeka, Kan., signed a proclamation, renaming his city "Google" for a month.
Actor Jeremy Warner portrays a U.S. senator attempting to filibuster a bill. From beneath the podium, he removes a pile of books - not phone books, or Dr. Seuss children's books, but Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series.
Carmela Foote is an outreach assistant at McPolin and Trailside Elementary. She is passionate about teaching and keeping family traditions, says tolerance is key.
Members of the Summit County Republican Party gather at last year s party convention.
We all know that stereotypes are dangerous to those who don't fit them, yet we ignore the danger and proceed.
James said he did not discover his love of singing until he was a junior at Timpview High School.
Last November Emilie Campbell received a call about her 6-year-old son, Connor, who had catapulted himself over a security gate at school and broken his arm.
Who says you need to sit down for an extended time and pay a tip in order to eat a great meal? These Utah Valley restaurants will satisfy your craving for yummy food, just in time for your short lunch break.
The Provo City Council approved two resolutions on Tuesday that allow the Utah Transit Authority to advance in bringing the mass transit system to Provo.
After arguments about whether it was going too far or not far enough, the Utah Senate gave a preliminary nod Wednesday to a payday reform bill that grew out of scandals involving the industry and former Utah Attorney General John Swallow.
Provo, Utah-based Vivint Solar , which installs residential solar power nationwide, said this week that it has completed three new tax equity transactions which will fund approximately $280M worth of solar systems.
With Easter around the corner, many Utahns may be considering starting up a flock of chickens in their backyard.
If appearing on NBC's "The Voice" is Tanner James' ticket to his 15 minutes of fame, he's got about 14:40 left to go.
Provo a A Springville man who prosecutors say was high on painkillers when he ran a red light and caused a fatal crash has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge.