When gunmen attack schools, it’s children and teachers who die as politicians retreat to...
Sen. Orrin Hatch needs to reassure women everywhere that when they report abuse, they’ll be taken seriously. Especially in Utah.
This week we discuss a dedicated Weber State and Ogden resident, half-baked sentencing reform in Utah, girls in wrestling and yet another taxpayer-funded harebrained lawsuit.
Jail safety is a matter of life and death. Unless lawmakers act on it now, Utah prisoners will continue to die in secret for at least another year.
When gunmen attack schools, it’s children and teachers who die as politicians retreat to their hardened cliches.
By itself, changing what the Weber School District tells sixth-graders about dancing won’t reduce sexual violence in Utah. But it’s a start.
Utah mothers deserve to right to breastfeed their infants in public places — without being asked to leave or cover up.
This week’s topics: Increasing penalties for coal rolling, Weber County’s bizarre and backward handling of indigent defense and Layton breaks ground on building a Vietnam Veteran’s memorialj.
If the Promontory Point landfill receives its Class V permit, and if the upper Great Salt Lake dies as a result, Rep. Lee Perry and the Utah Legislature bear part of the responsibility.
In a state where one in three women will be raped or assaulted, Sen. Orrin Hatch just perpetuated a culture of sexual violence. You’ve done more damage than you realize, Senator.
If doing something as simple as dialing 911 can save lives and reduce domestic violence in Utah, we need to require it.