What's better than cinnamon rolls? Indulging in a cinnamon roll and giving back to our best friends: animal companions. On July 17, Cinnaholic, the gourmet cinnamon roll bakery internationally acclaimed for serving innovative, plant-based creations, will host Cinnaholic Day at all of its locations across the United States and Canada. As part of the brand's commitment to animal rights, a portion of the proceeds generated on Cinnaholic Day will be donated to Best Friends Animal Society, the United States' largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals. The Salt Lake City Cinnaholic location, at 4th South Market Shopping Center (358 S 700 E, Ste D), will be participating in the event. Diners with
In a joint news conference with Salt Lake City Council members Monday, Gov. Gary Herbert announced a compromise made up of a long list of changes to the controversial Utah Inland Port Authority law and called a special session for Wednesday. The governor said the special session will also address changes to 10 other bills, including amendments to Utah's sales tax policy to bring the state in-line with the recent federal ruling on online sales tax. The announcement comes days after the governor, legislative leaders and members of the Salt Lake City Council spent more than two hours in a closed-door meeting negotiating changes to SB234, the law to govern creation of Utah inland port — which state leaders say is expected to be Utah's largest economic development project in the state's history.
CENTERVILLE, Utah (AP) — Eight people were arrested during a protest held outside offices of a Utah-based private prison company that wants to open a fourth detention center for U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement. The protest was held Thursday outside Management & Training Corp.'s headquarters in Centerville, a Salt Lake City suburb. Demonstrators objected to a proposal by MTC to establish a new ICE immigrant detention center in Evanston, Wyoming, to serve the Salt Lake City area. MTC now operates detention centers in Calexico, California; Chaparral, New Mexico and Livingston, Texas. Centerville police said about 15 protesters voluntarily left the MTC headquarters but that eight did not
SALT LAKE CITY — There were a number of things we didn't see coming with this year's Itty Bitty Salt Lake City. The weather was seasonably hot when we started, but not miserably hot, as it very quickly turned the first week of the contest. And while we know there is always the possibility that a clue can disappear, we didn't expect two clues to utterly vanish: the box of marigolds on a balcony of Paragon Station and the poster of the red plaid piece of cloth and measuring tape on East Gallivan Avenue. But there were some good things we didn't expect with this year's contest either, like the huge increase in participants from last year and how many of you found the whereabouts of all the clues!
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Survivors of the Florida high school shooting massacre have secured a new venue for their planned Utah gun reform town hall after a suburban movie theater revoked its earlier offer.
International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that Troy Keller has joined the Firm as a Of Counsel in the Corporate Group in Salt Lake City. Troy joins Dorsey from Huntsman Corporation (HUN), a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated and specialty chemicals with 2017 revenues of more than $10 billion, where he served as Vice President, Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel since 2015. During his time at Huntsman, Troy had responsibility for a wide range of corporate law matters, including mergers and acquisitions, finance, corporate governance, securities law compliance and related topics.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah movie theater has canceled a planned town hall on gun reform with survivors of the Florida high school massacre, saying the event "appears to be escalating into a potentially contentious situation."
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) Seven firefighters suffered heat related injury battling a fire near Geist Tuesday afternoon. Crews arrived at 9127 Admirals Pointe Drive to find fire coming from the roof of the house. The Indianapolis Fire Department says it took crews nearly an hour to get the fire under control. Medics transported three firefighters to the hospital to be checked out for heat related issues. Damage is estimated at $200,000.
Jerusalem, “The Holy Land”, AD 30 Imagine yourself in 1st century Jerusalem. The daylight is fading as you enter the outer west walls of the city on your way home. You turn to watch the sunset for a few moments, resting against the stone wall as you gaze into the horizon. From the silence arises the faint shuffle of footsteps and jangling sound of a bell. As it grows closer to you, you hear a raspy voice groan, “unclean… unclean!” To your right you see a silhouette approaching in the dying light. Squinting your eyes, you make out some ragged clothes hanging from a crippled, wasted body. “Unclean… unclean!” the dry voice says as he shakes his rusty bell. “Alms? Anything to give to the poor?” Ostracized
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah militia group leader who pleaded guilty to trying to blow up a federal cabin in Arizona was ordered to be released on time served Monday after spending two years in jail.