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Hatch, a Republican and a member of the Mormon Church, created a firestorm of criticism in 2010 when he called on Republicans to emulate the tactics of gay rights activists in supporting Democratic candidates.
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Leaders of a national atheist group say the best spot to find a nonbeliever is in a place of faith.
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UTA has been expanding its train and bus services so rapidly, Salt Lake City may eventually become a car-less commuter city like Washington, D.C., or New York City.
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Federal officials are proposing a hefty increase in fees for users at Little Sahara Recreation Area.
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A new study showing a 30-year trend of worsening wildfires in the western United States was led by Philip Dennison, a geographer at the University of Utah.
Theater promises to boast films you can't see anywhere else in a setting you won't find anywhere else.
Easter Sunday is coming up and with it comes a host of family-friendly activities.
Change out that winter coat for a pair of flip flops, spring is in full swing. The change in weather makes this a favorite time of year for many Utahns.
John Orlando Montoya passed away April 14, 2014 in Tooele, Utah from multiple myeloma.
A magnitude-4.9 earthquake in central Idaho on Saturday was the biggest of three weeks of small to moderate temblors that have unnerved residents in this remote region of the Northwest.
After 55 years of praying and searching, David Einfeldt reconnected with the young man who first introduced him to the LDS faith.
A Utah mother accused of slaying six of her own infant children over the course of a decade secretly gave birth to each of the babies without medical assistance at home and then immediately killed them, police said on Wednesday.
A Salt Lake man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges filed after he fired a gun at the Congregation Kol Ami synagogue in Salt Lake City between January and April 2012.
Beginning June 1, the public will be able to see the progress of rape kit processing in Salt Lake City as part of an effort to improve transparency and make systemic improvements.
David Silverman, president of American Atheists, poses for photos during the unveiling of an Atheist monument outside the Bradford County Courthouse on Saturday, June 29, 2013 in Stark, Fla.
We tend to hate on Hollywood studios because of the movie projects they choose to fund .
Its highly-regarded American version is responsible for launching independent films, directors and actors into the big time, and later this month Sundance Film Festival returns to Greenwich for the third time.