More than 240 furloughed workers at the Arizona Department of Economic Security are back on the job now that the federal government is back up and running.
With a budget passed only until January, a debt ceiling deal through February and a bunch of days off for Congress until then, the country may be back in the same situation soon.
A federal judge has allowed loggers to go back to work on national forests without waiting for federal agencies to lift logging bans prompted by the government shutdown.
Sen. John McCain promised Thursday the government will not shut down again in the near future, and argued the President will now have to engage with his political opponents on Capitol Hill.
Republicans and Democrats are battling over who's to blame for one of the most high-profiles casualties of the government shutdown: the national parks.
South Dakota, Utah and Colorado have decided to pay to reopen national parks during the government shutdown.
Las Vegas Valley veterans of World War II said they will not let a shutdown of the government keep them from their memorial in Washington.
Website encourages you to toss one back, and give Congress a piece of your mind.
County governments across southern Utah are moving to condemn the shutdown of national parks by declaring an official emergency.