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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) Each day of this year’s legislative session we’ve been joined by Maryann Martindale, Executive Director of Alliance for a Better Utah for our Better Utah legislative recap. During today’s recap we look at medical marijuana (extract) in Utah and yet another Medicaid...
Law enforcement agencies every year find themselves in the difficult position of having to knock down doors in pursuit of the bad guys, without ever quite knowing what they'll find on the other side. Lawmakers who are often tasked with regulating law
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.
For a second time, Ordain Women and its supporters will try to attend the male-only priesthood session at Mormon General Conference. For a second time, there’s no indication they will succeed.
The grass-roots organization announced Thursday that it expects more than 500 LDS women to meet...
A man that police say has a history of DUI arrests was taken into custody again early Friday after investigators say he...
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.
Holly is the follow up album to Nick Waterhouse’s 2012 debut, Time’s All Gone. Reflecting on his appreciation for R&B and mixing it with his soulful rock n’roll style, Waterhouse brings back an old school style and gives it a new school twist. Waterhouse covers a few tunes...
The case against a Hurricane woman charged with
intentionally setting a fire that killed her
boyfriend has been dropped.
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.