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Salt Lake Tribune Weekly Ad Specials First published 35 minutes ago Updated 35 minutes ago Fees for stopping along the Mirror Lake and Alpine Loop scenic byways could disappear as the U.S...The effect on Utah's few places covered under recreational
Salt Lake Tribune Weekly Ad Specials First published 3 hours ago Updated 24 minutes ago Unseasonably warm temperatures and a wet weekend forecast have triggered avalanche warnings for northern and eastern Utah's mountains. The Utah Avalanche Center
Stories At a glance A prescription for health Third in an occasional series About this series: Growing concern about the nation's health costs is spawning innovation among Utah's hospitals, clinics and insurance companies. This is the third in an
Rick Egan The Salt Lake Tribune) Odyssey Elementary School Principal Dale Wilkinson (left) chats with Brad Smith, superintendent of Ogden School District, during a visit to Odyssey Elementary School, Jan. 5, 2012.
Scott Sommerdorf Tribune File Photo Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, R-Orem, mutitasks with two cellphones on the floor of the Utah House of Representatives. The candidate for Congress was recognized by the National Republican Campaign Committee.
Francisco Kjolseth The Salt Lake Tribune) Ten Utah veterans, including Taira Fukushima, 85, Masami Hayashi, 88, Hiroshi Aramaki, 86, and Nelson Akagi, 88, from left, all Japanese Americans, will head to Washington, D.C., Monday to be honored with the
Healthcare isn't the only hospital chain accused of overbilling Utah's Medicaid program they're just the first to fight back in court. Emergency departments at most of the state's major hospitals could be on the hook for $22 million, for charging
First published 36 minutes ago Updated 3 minutes ago A year after being threatened with loss of general funds and park closures, Utah State Parks received high marks from legislators and auditors Tuesday at a budget hearing.
Scott Sommerdorf The Salt Lake Tribune) Sen. Aaron Osmond, R-South Jordan, is sponsoring legislation to define when a fetus becomes a human being. First published 51 minutes ago Updated 13 minutes ago A state senator is wading into the contentious
First published 31 minutes ago Updated 24 minutes ago Rewarding Medicaid patients for making healthy choices can be part of Utah's reform plans for the program, federal officials have decided, reversing their earlier rejection of the idea.