People who break the law should unequivocally pay an appropriate price for their offenses. But I think it can fairly be argued that the reason some are being ejected from the only country they've ever known is not because of the crime they've committed -- but because they were adopted.
Schools are imploding with the consequence of these changing demographics. Perhaps more than ever before in our nation's history, ensuring a quality education, and the contingencies thereof, is increasingly challenging.
As in most presidential election years, noisy battles have been raging as the nation's political armies gear up for what promises to be an even nois...
The national parks in southern Utah preserve this natural landscape for you and millions of visitors, as they have been doing for about 100 years.
It's not uncommon in Utah to see Democratic candidates forego any indication that they're Democrats on campaign literature. It's a bold move, believe it or not, to put a donkey on yard signs here. The fear, or perhaps the well-documented fact, is that the biggest obstacle for a Democrat is the mere presence of a 'D' after his name.
Sadly, the ocean's dark transformation has already started. Every hour, a million tons of carbon dioxide spewed from cars, factories and power plants rain down on the world's oceans.
"The LDS Party is a natural fit for LDS People. We are Democrats because of our LDS values, and we think that there are a lot of LDS people who are Democrats at heart but just don't realize it yet."
Simply put, it's getting harder and harder for American families to move up the economic ladder and into a measure of financial security where they can afford quality health care, to send their kids to college, and can put away a little for retirement.
Before the 2002 Winter Olympic games, it was almost impossible to walk past a Main Street storefront that was not boarded-up. Today, thanks to City Creek and other Downtown Rising redevelopment initiatives, there are no boards in sight.
A federal judge recently ruled that hurting people in the State of Utah have the constitutional right to beg on the streets, based on the fact that th...
Where is the best place to make a living? In today's tough economy, it's an especially relevant question. A recent CareerBuilder survey found that 44 percent of workers said they'd be willing to relocate for a job opportunity.
It so happens that several particularly memorable environmental documentaries were screened this year at Sundance and I was lucky enough to see a few of them.
Ralston will discuss his conservation efforts in southern Utah. Specifically, the Greater Canyonlands, the area where he amputated his own arm in order to escape and survive a rock entrapment.
I've flown out to Utah because I've heard that the people, the snow and the hospitality can't be beat.
Big hotels can sometimes offer luxuries that enhance romantic getaways, but there's nothing quite like the personal treatment you'll get at a boutique B&B.
When I put myself in Josh Powell's shoes, they don't fit. He said he couldn't live without his two young sons. Fine. Why couldn't he have just killed himself then?