Failures in the Weber County Sheriff’s Office evidence room put public safety at risk, and it is Sheriff Terry Thompson who bears ultimate responsibility.
After a long winter of owning the road, drivers now need to begin watching for bikes — because when they don’t, the results can be deadly.
When you spend six years in the U.S. Army and serve two tours in Iraq, you deserve certain things in return. A clean exam room at the VA, for starters.
Maybe you can’t always see ozone pollution. But it’s there, and during the summer it poses a threat to vulnerable Utahns.
You don’t go to see “Hamilton” and pull out your smartphones during Act I — even if the Jazz are playing the Houston Rockets in the NBA Western Conference semifinals.
This week: Drunk drivers, Edwin Santiago Lopez and the class of 2018 at Weber State, local bookstores and the new director of development at Lantern House.
We already have enough politicians in Washington who see the truth as something that can be manipulated according to political necessity. Utahns need to ask themselves if we really need one more.
Now, veterans can find mental health services closer to home, which should encourage more veterans to seek counseling.
Any entity that ignores sexual harassment does not value basic human dignity. It doesn’t simply encourage those in positions of power to humiliate others, it crushes the spirit of those they harass.