Utah 14-year-old girl saved by app after she was allegedly kidnapped, taken to Airbnb
A Salt Lake City teen used the SafeUT app to get help after she was kidnapped by an adult man and taken to an Airbnb.
Republican states take drastic measure in latest salvo against ESG movement
A group of 13 GOP attorneys general asked a top energy regulator to closely review an application from major asset manager Vanguard requesting to own public utility shares.
ESG is jeopardizing an increasing amount of American investment assets
In our country today many fund managers and even corporate boards are investing other people's money in their own partisan priorities. The ESG movement is political not practical.
Sen. Mitt Romney places $11.5M ski resort home on the market
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, is selling his $11.5 million mansion inside a world-class ski resort in Utah. Romney also recently sold a $23 million mansion in La Jolla, California.
Utah small business owner won't fire his workers — he's retraining them instead
Chad Pritchard, owner of Fat Daddy's Pizzeria in Provo, Utah, will not fire any workers during today's tough economic times — he's instead retraining them and investing in them. He shared his story.
Biden admin risks Americans' retirement accounts to push climate agenda, GOP leaders in 24 states warn
A Biden administration rule threatens Americans' retirement funds by prioritizing 'speculative and immaterial risks' from climate change over real returns, attorneys general and treasurers from 24 states wrote in a letter challenging the proposal.
Biden administration commits $504M for Utah hydrogen energy plant
The Biden administration is supporting a project to create the world's largest industrial green hydrogen production and storage facility in Utah backed by a multi-million dollar commitment.
Fewer crashes after Utah sets strictest DUI law in US: study
A study shows traffic deaths in Utah declined after the state enacted the country's strictest drunken driving laws five years ago.
Utah mom says she was kicked off American Airlines flight because toddler daughter pulled off mask
She just wanted to get home, bogged down with luggage and a cranky two-year-old – days after her first flight had been canceled. But a single mother from Utah says she was thrown off an American Airlines flight after a dispute about her toddler's mask.
Utah tech CEO resigns over anti-Semitic email
The founder and former chief executive of a Utah tech company is out after sending an email outlining an anti-Semitic vaccination conspiracy theory.
Utah governor declares freezing-weather propane emergency, blaming federal regulations
Utah Republican Gov. Spencer Cox has signed an emergency order to suspend certain federal regulations that are preventing residents in the state from receiving propane gas amid harsh, freezing temperatures.
The top housing markets in 2022 projected by Realtor.com
Realtor.com has forecasted what it believes will be the top housing markets in 2022
Missing woman Gabby Petito's Instagram account reappears after company temporarily removes profile
The Instagram account belonging to Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old woman reported missing on Sept. 11, appeared to be down temporarily on Wednesday morning before it reappeared.
Utah meatstakes: JBS Foods giving out 5 pounds of beef, raffling off year of free meat for vaccine recipients
Washington is offering free weed, New Jersey is offering free beer, and now Utah is offering free ground beef for residents who get a COVID-19 vaccine.
New tech utopia in Provo, Utah booming
Provo, Utah has been ranked the best performing city in the United States and has become the country’s latest tech hub during the coronavirus pandemic.