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FOOD FOR FINES
February 15–28, 2014
Donate non-perishable food items to The City Library’s Food for Fines food drive, and receive a discount on your overdue library fines.
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(KCPW News) Now we turn to our Better Utah legislative recap, with Maryann Martindale, Executive Director of Alliance for a Better Utah. On the agenda today: competing alternatives to federal Medicaid Expansion.The post Better Utah Legislative Recap – Day 37 appeared first on KCPW.
For multiple lawmakers on the House Revenue and Taxation Committee it was clear that the Zion Walls used to shield restaurant-goers from viewing the pouring of alcohol was an important fortification from turning their family-friendly diners into seedy b
It was a damp, mild Saturday night—nice enough not to have to wear a coat, dry enough not to really notice. I was heading to Muse, the other music venue on University Avenue, to check out Coral Bones—whose album, Youthemism was my favorite local release of last year.
A man and woman were behind bars after a high-speed police chase ended with a crash in West Jordan early Thursday morning.
Public safety dispatchers confirm that the chase began at 7800 S. Redwood, where police say the woman driver blew through a red light. The ensuing pursuit wound through...
A Senate committee voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend a bill that would prohibit cities and towns from banning specific...
An effort to ban corporate personhood in America through a local Salt Lake ballot initiative has been stopped, but city officials who support the measure say it's not over yet.
Thirty years after their first release, The Smiths, we celebrate one of the most iconic groups in music history. Considered by Simon Godard as “the voice of the 80′s.” The Smiths are a cult favorite, and a group that will never be forgotten. The songwriting relationship between...
The Provo City Council voted Tuesday to hire a
third-party firm to re-evaluate proposed bus
rapid transit routes given current traffic
conditions. Regardless of the findings, the
system is coming to Provo, city officials say.
OGDEN Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Eleven fires in one week. That's what the fire department is dealing with and they suspect these fires are the work of an arsonist.