Month: June 2017

Utah won't send private data to Trump voter-fraud commission

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah’s lieutenant governor says he won’t provide private voter information to a Trump administration commission investigating alleged fraud, though he will share public data. Election officials said Friday that social security numbers and dates of…

Utah Lake's algal bloom is spreading north from Provo Bay – Daily Herald

An early algal bloom on Utah Lake is spreading from its original location in Provo Bay, according to a press release from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. The bloom, which can produce cyanobacteria that is toxic to humans and…

Utah Won't Send Private Data to Trump Voter-Fraud Commission – U.S. News & World Report

Salt Lake TribuneUtah Won’t Send Private Data to Trump Voter-Fraud CommissionU.S. News & World ReportUtah’s lieutenant governor says there’s no evidence of mass voter fraud in the state, but he’ll send public voter information to a presidential commission investigating alleged…

Report: So. Utah growing older – St. George Daily Spectrum

The “Iron George” Streetfest will offer a free bicycle valet on May 6.(Photo: Nick Adams / For The Spectrum & Daily News) Two major trends emerged from recent demographic estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau this month — the…