In our opinion: Banning quotas will strengthen trust between officers and Utahns
Drivers across the state might breathe a sigh of relief, but their greater concern should be for the officers, who now are freer to focus on higher priorities of public safety.
Lois M. Collins: When the secret to a happy marriage is shockingly simple
While putting together a story on a study about durable marriages and working through rough patches, I talked to lots of people about how you make marriage work. One bit of advice came up again and again.
Letter: Drivers need a device to monitor safe driving
A device that monitors safe driving should be requisite before receiving a driver's license.
Letter: Patronizing headline demeans motherhood
I'm no journalist, but if I'm going to criticize something, I know I must offer up an alternative to the headline "Mom juggles family, business while earning degree." Here's a new headline: "Mom masterfully earns her law degree."
Op-ed: Loneliness is a silent foe that shortens life and weakens community
What is our fastest-growing public health problem? Our former surgeon general, Vivek Murphy, says it is loneliness.
Peter Morici: America's squandered oil wealth
Someone’s wrong — either the crown prince of Saudi Arabia or the duke of Detroit — but I am not arrogant enough to predict who.
Letter: Why scrap mandatory vehicle inspections?
Considering the universal effort to have no motor vehicle fatalities, I question why our government leaders did away with routine vehicle inspections.
Letter: Congress should not cut food assistance programs
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly food stamps) is a godsend and a necessity to help make ends meet for too many families.
Letter: A disappointing Train concert review
As they say, "The easiest thing in the world is to be a critic."
Jay Evensen: Here's an idea — replace the prison in Draper with a big park
State leaders understood this the last time they moved a prison. Sixty-seven years shouldn’t have dulled that vision.