An artist's image of Nasutoceratops titusi.
Lukas Panzarin for the Natural History Museum of Utah
July 17, 2013 "Nasutoceratops translates as 'big-nose horned face." Scientists don't know why this Triceratops relative had such a large nose. Take a gander at what they think it looked like.
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Pete Ashdown is founder and CEO of XMission, Utah's oldest Internet service provider.
Flickr via Center for Study of Ethics at UVU
July 10, 2013 An Internet service provider is refusing to turn over customer information in response to a subpoena. It's part of a larger tug-of-war over how much access law enforcement should have to customer data.
June 21, 2013 If 18-year-old Joshua Kyler Hoggan wants to be Roy's next mayor, he probably has some explaining to do. Two years ago, he was charged with plotting to set off a bomb during a school assembly.
Members of the Boys Scouts of America and some of their families marched Sunday in Salt Lake City's Utah Pride parade.
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June 3, 2013 Although the local Scout council said they should not wear their uniforms, some of the scouts did. In May, the national Scout council voted to allow openly gay boys to become members.
Mormons line up outside the historic Salt Lake Temple for an annual conference in April 2010.
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November 7, 2012 Mitt Romney's White House run raised the profile of his Mormon faith, and made many fellow Mormons hope that misunderstandings of their faith could be dispelled. And, of course, there was pride in seeing one of their own come so close to the White House. Those hopes were dashed with his loss Tuesday.
April 9, 2012 State officials say a computer breach 10 days ago is far worse than they originally thought. Hackers made off with 280,000 Social Security numbers and "approximately 500,000 other victims had less-sensitive information stolen."
March 7, 2012 Gov. Gary Herbert (R) has yet to indicate whether he will sign the measure. But it passed the state House and Senate thanks to Republican support.
Yellow: Gusts of 40 to 60 mph are likely. Orange: Gusts of 50 to 70 mph are likely. Red: Gusts of 60 to 80 mph are likely (and higher gusts have already been recorded).
National Weather Service
December 1, 2011 Gusts above 90 mph have turned over trucks, knocked down trees and cut power to many. Winds have also been roaring across Southern California and Nevada.
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He had many thoughts, and pennies, to share.
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June 6, 2011 "I didn't at any time yell," Jason West tells a local Utah newspaper. "I didn't go on a rant. I wasn't irate." But he may be fined 14,000 pennies ($140, that is) for paying a disputed medical bill with the coins and allegedly causing a disturbance.
April 1, 2011 Unlike most early documentary photographers of the American West, George Edward Anderson was also a Mormon bishop. His photos offer a unique view of life in Utah at the turn of the 20th century.
February 9, 2011 The Utah senator told Tea Party activists he appreciated their role in taking "America back." Hatch has been targeted by the grassroots movement and is trying to avoid the fate of his former colleague from Utah, Bob Bennett, who was defeated in his re-election effort by the Tea Party.
July 16, 2010 At least four Utah workers are linked to the list of supposed illegal immigrants, officials said.
July 15, 2010 Utah officials say they know the database containing the names of 1,300 supposed illegal immigrants.
July 14, 2010 A group calling itself Concerned Citizens of the United States sent out a list with the names and personal information of 1,300 people it says are illegal immigrants.
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September 2, 2009 With companies looking to cut costs without cutting productivity, the state of Utah may have the answer: Four day work weeks.
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