The UDOT Citizen Reporting Program enlists volunteers to report on current road conditions along roadways across Utah. Volunteers can be law enforcement, truck drivers, plow drivers, experienced commuters, or other volunteers.
When it comes to employment, most people want to be employed and earn good wages. One of the best ways to accomplish this goal is to finish high school and pursue post-secondary education.
The latest edition of Live Well Utah has some great tips for the season, including how to best cook your holiday turkey, how to eliminate debt, and live a more sustainable lifestyle.
Before you head out to visit Utah's high country this winter, be sure to check out UDOT's seasonal road closure page with the latest updates on the status of these highways.
Each month, the Utah Department of Health’s (UDOH) Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program serves an average of 66,000 clients, including moms, babies, and children up to age five.
Salt Lake City received the 2013 Outstanding Award in Pollution Prevention at a luncheon attended by business and community leaders at the forefront in reducing pollution in Utah.
The Job Vacancy Study (JVS) helps job seekers identify occupations in demand and assists employers in understanding the labor needs of the entire business community.
Workshops on job seek, military skills translation, and more. At the South Towne Expo Center on Wednesday, October 30th.
Check out this video from the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City as you prepare for the winter season. Also, be sure to visit beready.utah.gov
Had I known of the outpouring of support and friendship we have received since announcing my retirement, I might have done it earlier. We have been flooded with calls, notes and emails.
Governor Gary Herbert announced a deal with the U.S. Department of Interior to re-open Utah's five national parks, Cedar Breaks and Natural Bridges national monuments, and Glen Canyon.
Governor Herbert will host a statewide after-school faculty meeting beginning at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 9th.
As a finalist, I-15 CORE is eligible for either the Grand Prize, which is awarded by a panel of judges, or the People’s Choice award, which is based on public voting.
Thanks to the cooperative efforts of landowners, producers, the Division of Water Quality (DWQ), and the local conservation district, phosphorous levels in the Cub River drainage have been steadily decreasing.
Governor Gary R. Herbert, commander in chief of the Utah National Guard, reviewed his troops in a pass-and-review ceremony as required by statute and met individual Airmen and Soldiers in person.
The Department of Public Safety is reaching out to the community to call attention to the need to properly restrain children riding in a motor vehicle in a child restraint that meets their weight, height and age requirements.
Now underway! With great entertainment and numerous exhibits, Utah State Fair strives to blend the best of Utah tradition and heritage with new technology and modern ideals.
Get the latest geology-related news and updates in the newest issue of Survey Notes by the Utah Geological Survey
Governor Gary Herbert and the Utah Commission on Service and Volunteerism announced on Thursday August 29 to support the Read. Graduate. Succeed. Program
From July 2012 to July 2013, nonfarm employment increased in 49 states and the District of Columbia and decreased in 1 state. The largest over-the-year percentage increase occurred in Utah (+3.2 percent)
Experts from the local and national health policy landscape will join us September 26, 2013, to focus on this year's theme: Utah Solutions for Utah's People.
Have an email reminder sent to you one month before your vehicle registration expires.
Utah’s Willard Bay hero beavers were introduced to a new home after five months of living at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah.
A recent, first-ever telephone survey of its kind found nearly 17% of Utahns aged 60 and older are experiencing memory loss that is happening more frequently or getting worse.
August 28, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic "I have a dream" speech. Join Governor Gary R. Herbert and the Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs in celebrating "Let Freedom Ring"
It’s 4 a.m. While most Utahns are still fast asleep, four people, each with very different lives, all have one thing in common…they’re struggling to stay awake.
The Utah Bucket List, a co-production of KUED-TV and the Salt Lake City Tribune features spectacular destinations throughout the state of Utah. Watch on August 8 at 8:30pm.
Whether it was Native American tribes, early settlers, or travelers of the twenty-first century, Brian Head is the place to be. With elevations ranging from 9,800 to 11,300 feet, the mountains offer fun with every season.
Utah students have an opportunity to put their creative talents to work promoting awareness of the risks of indoor radon by participating in the 2014 National Radon Poster Contest, which begins Aug. 1.
Plan to attend the 61st Annual Utah State History Conference, September 5-8, 2013! The conference is FREE and open to the public with no registration required.
A major overhaul to the popular vote.utah.gov website makes it easy to find the information you need to vote in the August municipal primary election.
The Southern Region Conference on Service will be in Cedar City. This conference will feature speakers on topics including volunteer roles, promoting volunteer opportunities, and legal aspects of volunteerism.
The percentage of the working age population(16 and older) that is either working or looking for work (the labor force participation rate) has fallen sharply during the recent recession, both here in Utah and in the United States
With Utah’s strong U.K. ties, it is essential we not only maintain current relationships, but build new ones that open more doors in the substantial European market.
The Governor’s Native American Summit provides a forum for state agencies and other organizations to network with Utah’s American Indian population
As a driver, it's important to learn how to interact safely with large trucks. By incorporating a few simple behaviors you can become "Truck Smart" and help make Utah's roads safer for everyone.
Due to current conditions, additional fireworks restrictions are in place for 2013. Check this list for statewide restrictions as well as those in your community.
America’s Freedom Festival at Provo is one of America’s premier patriotic celebrations. Its roots trace back to the 1870s, more than two decades before Utah became a state.
UDOT's Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a six-year plan of highway and transit projects for the State of Utah.
The Utah Cancer Control Program has awarded the grants to support projects that include radon exposure; breast, colorectal, and skin cancer; lung cancer screening; and cancer survivorship, among others.