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Forbes magazine named Utah the 2016 Best State for Business and Careers. Utah has ranked no. 1 on the list six out of the last seven years, with 2016 marking the third consecutive year in the top spot.

Results will not be posted until polls close.

Join us for a job and resource fair for Utah's veterans, National Guard and Reserve Service members, active duty military members and families.

Utah isn't a run of the mill state when it comes running, biking and enjoying outdoor recreation. According to data from Strava, Utahns are 10th in the nation for running and eighth for biking activity.

The 2016 report shares Utah?s unique approach in supporting parents and their children simultaneously, and distinguishing between situational and intergenerational poverty.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert declared October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Utah during a special ceremony that included breast cancer survivors, patients and community partners.

Manufacturing Day is designed to introduce young people and others in the community to the manufacturing sector and career opportunities, and demonstrate the contributions manufacturing makes to the local economy

Governor Herbert surveys Washington Terrace, meets with residents and first responders, in aftermath of tornado.

Watch out for lane restrictions and a ramp closure on I-15 Southbound in Draper, and on Pioneer Crossing in Lehi. Get the latest on major construction impacts in this week's Construction Update.

Enjoy learning from docents as they share historic information, listening to children and cultural group performances in the Rotunda, and viewing rare historical artifacts on display throughout the Capitol.

The Utah State Fair strives to blend the best of Utah tradition and heritage with new technology and modern ideals.

There was plenty to see at last week's Comic Con event in Salt Lake City. Governor Herbert took a little time from his busy schedule to visit with attendees.

See what is happening in the counties to reduce poverty

Whatever the scenic journey, one thing is certain in Utah, the world feels grand and its horizons seem infinite.

Come join in on the celebrations and activities like pancake breakfasts, 5K races, flag ceremonies, musket demonstrations, canoe rentals, and even civil war style drills.

Public health officials have decided to close Utah Lake, effective immediately, due to a large, harmful algal bloom that may pose a serious health risk to the public and animals.

The Utah Driver License Division began issuing updated driver's licenses and ID this week, aimed to enhance security and protect Utahns from fraud, and Gov. Gary R. Herbert was first in line to renew his driver's license Monday.

Construction is moving forward on Mountain View Corridor from 5400 South to 4100 South in West Valley City.

Drones have been interfering with firefighting operations in southern Utah. Governor Herbert visited the sites and called on Utahns not to fly drones in these restricted areas.

The two week games feature nearly 10,000 athletes from across the state competing in over 40 events. According to Gov. Herbert, the Utah games are the 3rd longest running games in the United States.

Utah ranks among the lowest states for how long people collect unemployment benefits.

On Tuesday, Gov. Gary Herbert visited St. Mark's Hospital to sign Senate Bill 106, a bill that takes aim at protecting health care professionals from patient and patient family assault.

In the first two weeks of May there were 12 fatal crashes on Utah roads resulting in 15 deaths, 8 of those were unbuckled or improperly restrained. Nearly 50 percent of fatal crashes are unbuckled.

To celebrate, we are offering you a chance to win the prize of a lifetime, an inflatable life jacket that could end up saving your life.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert and First Lady Jeanette Herbert joined faculty and students at LaVerkin Elementary School in southern Utah Thursday to tout the importance of reading.

Utah History Day is May 16th

Thu, 12 May 2016

Formerly called Utah History Fair, this program has operated continuously in Utah since 1981 as the state's National History Day affiliate.

The 2016 Governor's State of Sport Awards celebrate Utah's sports industry and honor excellence in high school, amateur, collegiate, Olympic and professional sports for the 2015 calendar year.

Gov. Gary R. Herbert signed three military bills to benefit Utah veterans and service members during the Military Appreciation Month kickoff held Wednesday at the Capitol.

With nearly 100,000 downloads, the app has received national recognition and rave reviews.

The ABC network television series, "Blood & Oil," starring Don Johnson, Chace Crawford, Rebecca Rittenhouse and Amber Valettal, filmed in various locations of northern Utah...

Park staff will offer a short presentation highlighting the life of Jedediah and his involvement in Clear Creek canyon. The Rocky Mountain Man group will be at the location with a camp set up.

These projects are designed to enhance safety for drivers and pedestrians, improve the flow of traffic and keep Utah's roads in good condition.

Check out the newest online course training for Utah's Land Use Academy.

Data was collected in November and December from 100% of Utah public schools, including charter schools, accounting for 989 schools serving nearly 627,000 students.

The University of Utah Youth Arts Division provides a diverse array of arts experiences and offerings for youth from acting to dancing and from art-making to music lessons.

The tool identify beneficial uses of surface waters in Utah. Some of the beneficial uses assigned to Utah waters include: domestic drinking water, agricultural use, aquatic life, and recreation.

"The Expo ANTAD trade show gives Utah companies the opportunity to gain visibility with brands and buyers in Mexico," said Derek B. Miller, World Trade Center Utah president and CEO.

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