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New report on Lauren McCluskey evidence photos, protester charges called ‘excessive,’ Tribune editor resigns

Days before student-athlete Lauren McCluskey was killed, aUniversity of Utah police officer showed off explicit photos that McCluskey had taken of herself

The backlash over the president’s election-delay tweet, and demands to keep schools closed this fall

Utah officials adamantly rejected a proposal floated Thursday by President Donald Trump to delay the presidential election. Elected officials widely panned the

Masks in schools and the long-term effects of COVID-19

Protesters crashed a Utah County Commission meeting in a bid to prevent a state mask mandate in schools. The protest was one

Recapping the Palacios-Carbajal shooting ruling and coronavirus in Utah

The Salt Lake County district attorney announced that two police officers were legally justified when they fired more than 20 shots at

Primary elections, the Utah County businesses involved in a COVID-19 outbreak, and the return of sports

 This week in Utah news: Spencer Cox’s lead over Jon Huntsman grows in the race for Utah governor, as ballots are

Utah’s coronavirus surge, ongoing protests over a police shooting, and the Utah governor’s race

Positive cases of the coronavirus continue to surge in Utah as officials grapple with a response. And science is clear: face coverings

Utah’s COVID-19 spike, reaction to the DACA decision, and a spotlight on police funding

The Supreme Court rejects President Trump’s bid to end DACA. The Salt Lake City Council makes minor changes to funding for police.

Coronavirus outbreak at a Utah meatpacking plant and deaths at the Salt Lake County jail

Meatpacking employees and their supporters marched Tuesday in Logan demanding that a company close its Hyrum plant for cleaning and that workers

Ongoing protests in Salt Lake City and a spike in COVID-19 cases

The ongoing protests in Salt Lake City sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneaopolis. Black Utahns ask for policy changes

The coronavirus case count in Utah’s Hispanic population, the Utah Inland Port, and avoiding “superspreading” scenarios

Utah’s Hispanic community sees more coronavirus cases than any other race or ethnicity in the state. Environmentalists say the long-awaited strategic plan