For the second day running, the Utah Department of Health reports the state’s highest single-day jump in coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic, and medical professionals warn that the worst is yet to come. As a result of the COVID-19 surge, the Sundance Film Festival cancels all in-person screenings.
Utah’s newest city, Erda, is allowed to incorporate — but only after a long saga involving lawsuits, delays and behind-the-scenes political machinations.
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