Two Park City residents are calling on the state to spend tax dollars on worthy causes, like fighting poverty and mental illness, rather than what they say is spending money to further cement inequality in the fight to uphold the state's ban on gay marriage. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
One day into the hearing on District Robert Shelby's ruling declaring Utah's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, judges on a Federal appeals court are divided and a ruling is not expected for several months. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
At this point, the Summit County Clerk's office has issued about 40 marriage licenses for same-sex couples. Clerk Kent Jones said his policy at this point will be to follow the law. Rick Brough has more.
The year in Summit County ended with some of the biggest news ever, as County Council Member Claudia McMullin noted. Same-sex marriages in Utah were allowed, after a ruling from a U.S. District Court judge. Rick Brough has more.
As we've reported, nearly three dozen same-sex couples were issued marriage license at the Coalville Courthouse this week. And the partners married by Park City Dana Williams weren't just from Summit County. Rick Brough has more.
Basin resident Patrice Martin says that the past few days have been a pivotal moment in Utah history. And Patrice was a part of it. She and her partner Jamie Grunstrom were the first same-sex couple officially married in Summit County Monday. Rick Brough has more.
The Summit County Clerk's office reported late Monday that they had issued 33 licenses for same-sex marriages. That came the same day that a federal judge allowed gay marriage in Utah to Continue. Rick Brough has more.