Utah Republican Reps. John Curtis, Chris Stewart and Blake Moore share their reactions to Russian President Vladimir Putin moving military forces into Ukraine. Both Curtis and Stewart say Russian cyberattacks could lie ahead for the United States. Moore says strengthening US allies in Europe and NATO is a key move at this early stage of war.
A former police chief says police in the US face a crisis of legitimacy and trust today. So a bill now in the Legislature concealing police statements from public scrutiny should be defeated. But the leader of the Utah Fraternal Order of Police says the bill should become law to protect the self-incrimination protection under the Fifth Amendment for public employees, including police officers.
Sheriff Rosie Rivera discusses a disturbing shooting Monday at a McDonald's drive-thru in Midvale. A 4-year-old fires a gun out of a car after the dad told him to pull the trigger while police arrest him, Rivera said
The director of the Utah Division of Water Resources says the state is still in a drought, but she likes a bill in the Legislature that would require secondary water to be metered at homes in the state.
The city of Saratoga Springs orders a Coke-loving resident that his soda vending machine must go. The man asks why the city is tasked with enforcing the rules and regulations of the Homeowners Association.
Members of the public recently pushed back on a bill that would move the state's drivers to a digital license instead of a paper card stored in your wallet or purse. The bill's sponsor talks about his legislation is and what it is not.
The state of Utah is helping renters come up with rent. The Division Director for Housing and Community Development at the Department of Workforce Services advises applicants to work with their landlords to prepare the correct documentation and include paperwork such as a bank statement to prove your monthly income.
Utah's rents are rising, but not as much as other metro areas. The Executive Director of Utah Apartment Association says the state is building up its stock of rental units, which will help bring rental costs down.