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The Department of Agriculture is working to boost Utah's economy by helping small food businesses connect and create working relationships by hosting summits all over the state.
Giving schools a letter grade holds educators accountable and provides transparency to the public, supporters of report cards say.
If Utah is going to add 2.5 million people to its population by 2050, state leaders are faced with a bevy of questions about how to handle that growth and its impacts on air quality, water supplies, traffic congestion and quality of life.
Seattle residents celebrate 4/20 eve last Saturday night. The event was one of several marijuana celebrations in Washington and Colorado last weekend.
Oakwood Homes CEO Pat Hamill shows a home at a new site in Green Valley Ranch on Thursday, April 19, 2012.
It has taken only one week for the Utah fight song debate to officially reach the desk of University President David Pershing.
A semitrailer carrying hundreds of live turkeys has crashed into a reservoir northeast of Provo, injuring the driver and spilling birds in and around the water.
A sister of Josh Powell and his mother have fired back at the father of missing Utah mother Susan Cox Powell in the ongoing battle over life insurance money.
Salt Lake City's Red Rock Brewing Co., and its experimental Belgian-style ale called Paardebloem, received a gold medal at the 2014 World Beer Cup competition recently in Denver.
University of Utah Health Care spokeswoman Marissa Villasenor says Eric Hill died at the hospital Wednesday morning after he was admitted Sunday.
Files containing client Social Security numbers and bank account information were found dumped outside the former office of Thomas Rasmussen near 4700 S. Highland Drive, Saturday, April 19, 2014.
When a California couple pulled up Kay Mortensen 's winding driveway, they found the for-sale sign - peppered with bullet holes - lying in the bushes.
Strong wind gusts, over 70 mph in some places, brought down power poles and tossed vehicles Tuesday afternoon in northern and western Utah.
The number of Utahns with a college degree is growing, but not fast enough, a report released this week found.
Student legislators at the University of Utah voted Tuesday to change controversial wording in the school's fight song, "Utah Man."
Residents opposing and favoring the building of the Dixie Montessori School - to be built in the Green Springs subdivision - presented concerns and voiced questions at the Washington City Council meeting Tuesday evening.