For some Utahns looking for their family's Christmas tree, they need look no further than the public lands near their home.
Approximately 63 percent of Utah's public lands is managed by the federal government, according to the latest drafting of the state's resource management plan. But could the oversight for Utah's public lands, along with the revenue they generate, ever be handed over to the state?
Utah lawmakers are moving forward with legislation to give the state a new flag.
(The Center Square) - Going into 2023, Utah's budget includes roughly 29 percent of the state's revenue from federal funding.
But with national inflation and federal debt on the rise, what if those revenue streams from Capitol Hill set out for the Beehive State start drying up?
From one side of the city limits sign, a groundwater pipeline proposal in a sparsely populated Utah county looks like a crucial investment in economic expansion for a growing metropolis.
Utah Governor Spencer Cox said record low levels prompted him to suspend new water appropriations from the Great Salt Lake Basin.
Utah voters will decide on election day whether to increase the amount of money the state Legislature can spend during an emergency special session.
Utah Governor Spencer Cox said he wants to connect Utah through a system of trails funded by the state.
When families began receiving expanded Child Tax Credit payments during the pandemic, the extra family income lifted almost four-million children out of poverty, but when the payments stopped, child poverty increased by more than 40 percent.
Utah Governor Spencer Cox said he would ask the state's colleges and universities to freeze tuition to address the rising costs of higher education.