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Kira Hoffelmeyer

Second officer released from hospital after shooting in West Valley City

A West Valley police officer, wounded in a Dec. 1 shootout, was released from the hospital on Monday.
Lindsay Aerts and Kira Hoffelmeyer

What you need to know about the 2022 Sundance Film Festival and COVID-19

Plan to be fully vaccinated and have a mask at the ready if you're attending the 2022 Sundance Film Festival.
Nick Wyatt

Rose Bowl tickets available now for Utah football fans

High-level Crimson Club members will get first dibs on tickets to the 2022 Rose Bowl. Fans can also find them on secondary sales websites.
Simone Seikaly

Here's where you can get a COVID-19 test in Utah this week

Tests are provided by Test Utah, Tour Health, and the Utah Department of Health. This is not an exhaustive list of COVID-19 test sites in Utah.
Simone Seikaly

Car carrying infant involved in overnight road rage shooting on SR 201

The Utah Highway Patrol said the infant was not injured by the aggressive driving on SR 201 or the shooting, but a passenger was shot multiple times in the arm.
Simone Seikaly

Meteorologists say rain and snow are headed to northern Utah this week

A slight chance for rain and snow on Monday turns into a greater chance by Wednesday and Thursday. However, little snow accumulation is expected.

National News

Allie Malloy, CNN

White House announces US diplomatic boycott of 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing

The Biden administration will not send any diplomatic representatives to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing as a statement against Chinese human rights abuses in Xinjiang, White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced Monday.
DANICA KIRKA Associated Press

Maxwell family seek food, soap for sister as trial continues

Ghislaine Maxwell's family wants authorities to stop using 4-point restraints when she is moved to the courtroom, and that she receive a daily food pack and bar of soap.
AUDREY McAVOY and GILLIAN FLACCUS Associated Press

101-year-old returns to Pearl Harbor to remember those lost

Pearl Harbor survivors and World War II veterans are gathering in Hawaii this week to remember those killed in the Dec. 7, 1941, attack.
The Associated Press

NYC to impose vaccine mandate on private sector employers

Mayor Bill de Blasio says all New York City employers will have to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for their workers by Dec. 27.
Theresa Waldrop, CNN

A North Carolina man accidentally bought 2 identical lottery tickets -- and won 2 jackpots

A North Carolina man bought two lottery tickets on accident and won two jackpots.
The Associated Press

Lawyer: Artist didn't know Michigan parents stayed in studio

An artist in Detroit is cooperating with authorities after the parents of the suspect in the Oxford High School shooting were found hiding in his studio.

Health News

Simone Seikaly

Here's where you can get a COVID-19 test in Utah this week

Tests are provided by Test Utah, Tour Health, and the Utah Department of Health. This is not an exhaustive list of COVID-19 test sites in Utah.
Sandee LaMotte, CNN

How to tell if it's time for a 'sleep divorce'

Being deprived of 7 or 8 hours of sleep has been linked to a number of health problems, including diabetes.
Kelsey Earl

Chief scientist at Utah Lab helps identify Omicron in Utah

The Chief Scientist at a Utah lab helped spot the Omicron variant in Utah.
Becky Bruce

Omicron variant of COVID-19 detected in first Utah patient

Utah health officials confirmed the state's first patient to test positive for the omicron variant of COVID-19 Friday. 
Paul Nelson

Doctors find autism rates among Utah children higher than previously thought

New data authored by researchers at the University of Utah shows there are far more children on the autism spectrum than previously thought.  Researchers say improvements in testing and diagnosing autism could be one reason for the increase.
Becky Bruce

Omicron variant of COVID-19 detected in Colorado

The governor of Colorado confirmed that state's first patient to be diagnosed with the omicron variant of COVID-19. She recently traveled to South Africa.