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The longest-serving Republican in the U.S. Senate takes the floor to say goodbye to his colleagues, the nation and the people of Utah. [Read More]
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The field of candidates for mayor of Utah's capital city is getting crowded. [Read More]
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Utahns are getting stuck with tens of thousands of dollars in medical debt, even though they have health insurance. [Read More]
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News)- The latest campaign spending reports are in, and local experts say the battle for Utah's 4th Congressional District is the... [Read More]
Salt Lake City, Utah- (News4Utah) –Representative John Curtis is going up against Democrat James Courage Singer for Utah's 3rd Congressional District. [Read More]
It has been a bad summer for air quality, and we are about to enter the dreaded winter inversion season. [Read More]
The race for Salt Lake County Sheriff is heating up between current Sheriff Rosie Rivera and her opponent Justin Hoyal. [Read More]
Justin Hoyal is challenging current Salt Lake County Sheriff Rosie Rivera for her position in this year's election. [Read More]
The race for Salt Lake County Sheriff is on and current Sheriff Rosie Rivera is facing a challenge from within the office in the form... [Read More]
Experts are expecting higher voter turnout because voters will be deciding some long-standing, controversial battles in our state. [Read More]
This week national lawmakers are renewing the warning that Russia and other countries are trying to interfere with our elections. [Read More]
In November voters will decide the fate of medical marijuana in Utah, and a state lawmaker is addressing the controversial proposition with a new bill. [Read More]
The Salt Lake City School District is speaking out about the potential impact the Inland Port could have on learning. [Read More]
The latest fight over the U.S. Supreme Court is underway as Judge Brett Kavanaugh goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee. [Read More]
As the American worker is being celebrated this Labor Day, local lawmakers are using the holiday to reflect on labor laws. [Read More]
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