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The White House recently released the list of books President Obama will be reading during his summer vacation at Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. Here's a rundown of the titles, which you can check out from The City Library.
(KCPW News) GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump doesn’t seem to be endearing himself to Utah voters. What did his campaign do this week to tick off a sizable amount of Utahns? KCPW’s Roger McDonough posed that question to Thomas Burr, Washington Correspondent for the Salt Lake...
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Hello to all you turkey-stuffing, leftover-planning, sleep-depriving, mall-rushing, gift-buying, what-the-hell-were-we-thinking enthusiasts! For many...
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The Phil Lyman award might be bringing together the populous urban counties along the Wasatch Front.
Last month, Salt Lake County officials questioned what they were getting for their $320,000 annual contribution to the Utah Association of Counties (UAC) after one of its subcommittees honored...
A woman and her two dogs are safe and recovering after they fell through the ice at Mantua Reservoir on Sunday.
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.
RadioActive for Sunday, October 25, 2015: Humanity, community, compassion—Salt Lake City just hosted 10,000 people from 80 countries and 50 faiths, all together in peace for five days. Listen as host Nick Burns talks about the Parliament of the World’s Religions experience...
Chad Farnes left art behind in college, but art never quite left him.
SALT LAKE CITY, (ABC 4 News) – A preview of an art exhibit featuring the life work of artist Arnold Friberg was showcased Thursday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.