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Seat belts 'critical' as travel delays expected for July 4 weekend

America’s Freedom Festival expected to draw the largest crowd in Utah since early 2020

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Photo of the day: Weather keeps Balloon Fest grounded

The event, now in it’s 34th year is part of America’s Freedom Festival. Balloonists are scheduled to launch again on Saturday and Monday morning.

Why the FEC ordered Utah GOP Rep. Burgess Owens to pay a $4,000 fine

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Renters in this hot market are scared and frustrated. But there’s help

A stunning 1 in 5 Utah renters are considered "severely cost-burdened," meaning they pay more than 50% of their income on rent, according to state and federal data.

Utah seeing a spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations, state data shows

Worried about eviction even with the moratorium extended? Here’s how rent-strapped Utahns can get help now

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Photo of the day: Ken Garff employees thank veterans by transforming American Legion Hall in Lehi

Volunteers from four dealerships on Tuesday began transforming the outdated and run-down American Legion Hall with new paint, new kitchen appliances, as well as granite countertops and new flooring.

Why Gov. Cox says he can’t enact a statewide ban on fireworks even during this record drought

Farewell Bobby. How a Salt Lake neighborhood expressed its love to its favorite mechanic

So there’s a wildfire evacuation plan — is it realistic?

Cash, trucks and guns — does America need incentives to meet vaccination goals?

‘Excessive heat’ is coming to Utah, National Weather Service warns

5 things to watch for in the new Salt Lake City International Airport

Governor makes it official, signs special session bill approving ban on school face mask mandates

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Window to the world: Inside Salt Lake’s state-of-the-art airport

Renovations to Salt Lake City International Airport have been praised as a generational project ushering in the future of air travel, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional updates include addressing the biggest complaint so far — the walking distance.

How were organizers of Utah County rave during pandemic peak punished? Public apology

Making a career move: How a former NFLer is tackling life at Amazon

'That's just what you do': What a family decided after learning newly bought equipment was stolen

How a BYU teammate’s suicide put urgency in this man’s effort to treat CTE

New Provo airport terminal expected to arrive on time despite minor bumps

How many Utahns are concerned about the housing market? Spoiler, it’s a lot

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Step inside the West’s ‘insane’ housing market

Utah’s Salt Lake City metro area is a contender for having one of the hottest emerging housing markets in the West. Its big competitor is Idaho, where out-of-state homebuyers are leaving big cities in search of cheaper homes with more space.

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Where are Americans moving to? All eyes are focused on this Utah city

Heber City ranks near top of the nation among metro areas with the biggest change in net in-migration in 2020.

Project to build FrontRunner station in Utah’s fastest-growing community gets underway

Masks out forever? Governor says schools can drop mandate during last week of classes

Buying a home brings fear and trepidation in hot markets

Man in serious condition, officer injured in Eagle Mountain stabbing incident

‘It hurt me’: These scams are becoming more common in Utah

As water managers warn of ‘worst on record’ drought, what do people think should be done to save water?

Over 1 million Utahns now fully vaccinated against COVID-19

‘I’m so proud to be the father of Nathan Lyday.’ Fallen officers added to Utah Law Enforcement Memorial

‘What do you do as a sequel?’: Former Gov. Gary Herbert announces his next role

With end of pandemic near, governor calls for ‘kindness, humanity, grace’ when facing remaining restrictions

Most state, local health orders end as Utah reaches COVID-19 pandemic ‘endgame’ goals

Boos for Mitt Romney? Here’s what we learned about Utah’s 2021 Republican Party

What we know about the upcoming wildfire season

Utahn avoided drug charges — until he allegedly refused to wear a mask

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The West may be turning blue. What it means for Utah Republicans

That’s what’s at stake and why the race for Utah’s next Republican leader matters, outgoing Utah GOP chairman says.

Vivint Smart Home reaches $20 million FTC settlement over customer credit abuses

How Utah plans to bring COVID-19 shots ‘to the people’ by providing groups with mobile clinics

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So you’ve had your shots, what are your chances of getting COVID-19 now? Here’s the answer

Just because you’re fully vaccinated against COVID-19 doesn’t mean you won’t get the virus. There have been more than 7,100 cases of what’s known as "breakthrough COVID-19, including at least 232 in Utah. Health experts say the case are rare but not unexpected.

How hospitals worldwide are trying to find ways to treat ‘sickest of the sick’ COVID-19 patients

Rolling seven-day average of COVID-19 cases is now at 391, health department reports

Utah County commissioners approve partial repeal of 2019 property tax increase

Utah County has elected its first female county commissioner

Will COVID-19 vaccinations be mandatory to compete in the Tokyo Olympics?

Dr. Angela Dunn stepping down as ‘steady voice’ leading Utah through COVID-19 crisis