In a special joint session, members of the Summit County Council and Park City Council brainstormed ways to get visitors and residents out of their cars, to cut down on traffic congestion and jammed parking lots. Rick Brough has more.
Utah consumers will begin receiving account credits or checks this week in partial settlement of an E-book price-fixing lawsuit brought by attorneys general in 33 states. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
As we reported the Park City Council and Summit County Council sat down Monday to discuss, among other things, alternative fuels and alternative ways of controlling traffic. Afterward, Summit County Manager Bob Jasper reflected on that meeting. Rick Brough has more.
With a very busy construction summer expected, Park City golf course manager Craig Sanchez has accepted a new position where he can use his people friendly skills to smooth out any conflicts between businesses, residents, and contractors. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Although a lot was made early on in this year's legislative session about cleaning up Utah's dirty air, many of the proposals to do that didn't make it through the process. Still, as KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports, a handful of them did and will help make a difference.
A former Heber Light & Power employee has been arrested on a second degree felony for allegedly charging more than $100,000 on the company's credit card.
The Wasatch Wave is reporting that 54-year-old Anthony L. Furness of Heber City used a company credit card to pay for personal expenses between 2010 and 2013. Citing court documents from the Attorney General's office, Furness was the company's chief financial officer between 2006 and 2013. He allegedly concealed the personal charges by submitting expense account statements and claiming the charges were business related.