Utah task force announces economic plan in response to COVID-19

Gov. Herbert released "Utah Leads Together," a plan to diminish the economic hardships resulting from COVID-19, on March 24.

Lawmakers wrap up with abortion, redistricting and education funding changes

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Legislature has wrapped up its work for the year, capping off a session that saw a...

Legislature approves pilot program to allow infants at work

A bill proposed in the Utah Legislature would set up the Infant at Work Pilot Program for eligible employees of the Department of Health.

Lawmakers pass bill requiring warning labels on pornography

SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah lawmakers have sent a bill to the governor that would require pornographic materials to have a warning...

(Updates) The Utah Legislature decriminalizes some forms of polygamy

A bill proposed in the Utah Legislature attempted to strike at the heart of the practice of plural marriage in early February.

Vineyard taking shape as ‘an urban city’ built on former steel mill site

Squeezed between Orem to the east and Utah Lake to the west, by 2017, Vineyard had approximately 12,403 residents. It's a city on the move, and residential growth there — particularly in high-density housing — is poised to influence the rest of Utah County.
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