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First published 22 minutes ago Updated 22 minutes ago The U.S. military is confronting more complex and challenging circumstances in Afghanistan than in Iraq, Gov. Gary Herbert said Wednesday after touring bases in both countries this week. Herbert
First published 21 minutes ago Updated 21 minutes ago New York Times political analyst Nate Silver conducted a study recently that found moderate Republican governors are virtually nonexistent after the latest election, with nearly every GOP head of
File Photo The Salt Lake Tribune) Rep. Julie Fisher, R-Fruit Height, compares notes on the House floor with then-Rep. Ron Bigelow, R-West Valley City. Fisher resigned Tuesday to become director of the state Department of Community and Culture.
First published 12 minutes ago Updated 12 minutes ago Gov. Gary Herbert has solid support among his Republican base, but he could have his hands full in a hypothetical matchup with U.S...The survey by Public Policy Polling Group views Herbert and
First published 4 minutes ago Updated 1 minute ago Opponents to Utah's guest worker law gathered at the Capitol Wednesday to call for its repeal by the end of September and to urge passage of a tough employer-sanctions bill modeled after the Arizona
First published 9 minutes ago Updated 3 minutes ago Utah's exports to China are on pace to more than double the level in 2010, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday, and he is confident the partnership between the two will grow in the years ahead. As
First published 14 minutes ago Updated 7 minutes ago Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed a memorandum with the governor of the Quinghai Province in Western China, as the two states agreed to work together on trade, environment, education and energy issues.
First published 45 minutes ago Updated 6 minutes ago One archeology buff expressed " dismay and outrage" last month when the State History office said it would trim its budget by firing three archeologists. Another sent an email to Utah's governor
First published 29 minutes ago Updated 29 minutes ago Gov. Gary Herbert is expected to call Utah legislators into another special session this month, but lawmakers do not anticipate that a push to repeal Utah's immigrant guest-worker program will be
First published 4 minutes ago Updated 4 minutes ago Another former state official says he was laid off more than two year ago for getting in the way of plans to develop an ancient Indian village archaeological site for a Draper commuter rail