The Utah Senate approved a change in the state’s abortion laws so that women whose lives are at risk can undergo the procedure without first having to watch a state-mandated video on alternatives and read information about adoption.
Utah legislators have killed a bill that could have made their state the first in the country to raise the age for legal tobacco purchases to 21.
Utah lawmakers have advanced a measure allowing parents of children who have seizures to legally buy a marijuana-derived drug.
A group pushing to overhaul Utah’s system for nominating political candidates has worked out a deal with state lawmakers that both sides say enables more participation.
Lawmakers in both states approved proposals to treat tobacco like alcohol.
A Utah man who entered a Father’s Day Mass hand-in-hand with his wife then shot her dad in the head seconds later was sentenced Thursday to four years to life in prison for attempted murder.
Utah is joining other states that have waded into the debate over unmanned aerial systems by courting the fast-growing industry while at the same time pushing for more privacy protections to limit local police use of drones.
A fugitive suspected of killing one Utah deputy and wounding another died Friday from injuries suffered a day earlier, when he was shot by law officers during a gunfight.
A school district apologized Thursday to outraged parents after about 30 students at a Salt Lake City school had their lunches thrown out because of outstanding balances on their food accounts.
Utah’s so-called Zion curtain would be torn down and customers wouldn’t have to order food to get a drink if one lawmaker has his way in loosening the state’s famously strict liquor laws.