Salt Lake City Council Approves Inland Port Tax Incentive And More On Behind The Headlines
The Salt Lake City Council approves a tax incentive for a developer to build on 3,000 acres inside the Utah Inland Port. The former Salt Lake City police officer who handcuffed nurse Alex Wubbels gets a job at the Weber County jail. And a United Nations conference descends on Utah's capital.
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