Now you see it, now you don’t: Groundbreaking downtown Salt Lake City mural vanishing due to construction

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) New construction on 300 West, pictured here in March, is covering up a groundbreaking mural on the former Artspace building on Pierpont Avenue. A 1980s mural by a Peruvian artist that helped mark the creative rising of a west downtown Salt Lake City neighborhood is disappearing from view, […]

Construction worker injured in fall in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A female construction worker has been hospitalized in a fall at a construction site in downtown Salt Lake City. KUTV reports the woman was working on scaffolding on an apartment building near 150 North and 400 West when she fell between 20 and 40 feet (6 and 12 meters) to […]

How One Investor Made a Fortune Picking Over the Retail Apocalypse

Fashion brand Anne Klein no longer has its own e-commerce site. Retailer Hot Topic has lost its crown jewel. Nine West Holdings, a collection of retail brands, has been stripped of valuable parts. Doing much better is the owner of these once-popular brands, Sycamore Partners, which has managed to succeed where many others have failed. […]

Trump Lawyers Seek Deal With Mueller to Speed End of Russia Probe

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump’s lawyers are seeking to negotiate a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller that uses an interview with the president as leverage to spur a conclusion to the Russia investigation, according to a person familiar with the discussions. The president’s legal team is considering telling Mr. Mueller that Mr. Trump would agree to […]

Trump’s Task: Bridge Cultural Divide on Guns

The Florida school shooting has revealed not so much a national disagreement over guns or school violence, but rather an enormous cultural divide, of which guns are only the most obvious part. And who is in position to bridge that divide? President Donald Trump. He has been known more for dividing than uniting, so whether […]