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With Utah reporting 1,837 new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations reaching a new record high Thursday, Gov. Gary Herbert declared that “the time

Record high COVID-19 hospitalizations, the governor’s emergency powers, and the AG and 2nd District debates

Gov. Gary Herbert warned that as the state experiences record-high coronavirus hospitalizations and case counts continue to climb, the health care system

Utah’s new pandemic strategy, constitutional amendments explained, and Sen. Romney‘s lament on the state of political discourse

Declaring Utah’s continuing surge of coronavirus cases “unacceptable,” Gov. Gary Herbert announced the state will abandon its previous color codes for a

Utah’s coronavirus response audited and the state’s new jobs program

This week in Utah news: This week’s other debate between the two candidates vying to become Utah’s next governor focused mostly on

Utah’s record high coronavirus case count, Mitt Romney’s SCOTUS decision, the police shooting of a 13-year-old boy, and a controversial Book Cliffs highway plan

A new record high number of new coronavirus cases were reported on Thursday, as Utah’s rate of new diagnoses continued to skyrocket,

Utah’s coronavirus spike, a Twitter tussle in the 4th District race, and Sen. Mike Lee downplays climate change’s link to wildfires

Utah sees a big spike in coronavirus cases, with a whopping 911 new cases on Thursday. How children transmit the virus and

A powerful windstorm, the police shooting of 13-year-old autistic boy, new opposition to the Lake Powell Pipeline, and the latest on vaccine development

A windstorm wreaked havoc in Utah, causing widespread damage, power outages and school closures across the Wasatch Front. Power outages affected as

SLC goes ‘yellow,’ coronavirus in schools, nuclear power, and police decry ‘indoctrination’ from teachers

Salt Lake City will move to the “yellow” coronavirus restriction level. K-12 and higher-ed schools are forced to adapt after outbreaks. And with a

NBA protest, medical cannabis in Utah County, and Burgess Owens at the RNC

The National Basketball League postponed playoff games Wednesday and Thursday after players decided to boycott playing them in response to the police

The special legislative session, a new emergency declaration, and a senator’s $10 donation to a protester

Lawmakers meet for a special session to address ongoing coronavirus relief, tweaks to election plans, and more. After the Utah Legislature refused