More Utah Articles

  • Prosecutor to decide on charges in toxic tea case

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The police agency investigating how an industrial cleaning solution ended up in a woman's iced tea at a Utah restaurant, badly burning her throat, is forwarding its findings to prosecutors to determine if anyone should be charged. No arrests will be made until Salt Lake...

  • Hard work, honey of Utah teen beekeepers vanish

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A pair of brothers who hope beekeeping will help pay for Mormon missions and college degrees has had their hives go missing. Bryce Bunderson, 15, said he drove an hour with his dad last week for a routine check of the hives and found someone had emptied their flats housing...

  • No ruling on Utah ski area's rare snowboarding ban

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A reignited culture clash between snowboarders and skiers didn't get an immediate resolution Monday after boarders suing one of the last ski resorts in the country to prohibit their hobby argued in a Utah courtroom that the ban is discriminatory and based on outdated...

  • San Diego Comic-Con claims Salt Lake convention is infringing on its IP by using ‘Comic Con’ term

    SALT LAKE CITY (Legal Newsline) – Last month, organizers of the Salt Lake Comic Con received a cease and desist order from San Diego Comic-Con — the epic annual comic convention — demanding it stop using the term “Comic Con.” According to a letter sent to the Salt Lake...

  • Utah lawmaker weighs cannabis oil in liquor stores

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A lawmaker says Utah could ease the burden for families participating in the state's limited medical marijuana program by selling a cannabis extract in state liquor stores. Under the program approved by Gov. Gary Herbert earlier this year, Utah residents with severe...

  • Bribery case kicks off vs. Utah attorneys general

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Two former Utah attorneys general made their first appearance as criminal defendants Wednesday, vowing to beat a slew of bribery charges and other counts. Between the two, Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow spent nearly 13 years running Utah's top law enforcement office....

  • Oil company sues Utah county over pipeline rules

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Texas oil company is suing a Utah county over its new ordinances imposing restrictions on underground pipelines. Tesoro Corp. based in San Antonio wants to build a 135-mile pipeline to carry crude oil from the Uinta Basin to Salt Lake City refineries. But the company,...

  • Idaho AG settles with Utah security system business

    BOISE, Idaho (Legal Newsline) – Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden announced Friday a settlement with a Utah-based home security company that allegedly violated the state’s Consumer Protection Act by using deceptive sales tactics. Wasden Vision Security LLC sales representatives...



From the Weekly Standard

  • Annihilate ISIS

    Here are the two best responses I've seen so far to the latest barbarism from ISIS. My friend Seth Liebsohn, now a talk radio host in Phoenix, emails with a short-term suggestion:

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  • Poll: Voters Overwhelmingly Oppose Executive Action On Immigration

    American voters says they would prefer President Barack Obama work with Congress rather than use executive action to address the illegal immigration crisis at the border, according to a detailed...

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  • An Appalling Propaganda Ploy

    The Islamic State, an al Qaeda offshoot, has released a grisly video of one of its fighters beheading a man who appears to be James Foley, an American journalist who was kidnapped in Syria on...

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