Don Brinkerhoff

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Nonprofit working to build trust in Utah elections

Trust Utah Elections, a new nonprofit, is working to help Utahns have confidence in the state's election process.
2 days ago

First triple-digit degree day hits Utah today, is June too early?

Utah reaches first triple digit degree day of the year. Historically we don’t usually get triple digit temperatures this early along the Wasatch Front, but we have for the last few years.
8 days ago

Utah cities are clearing the way for backyard homes

Several cities along the Wasatch Front are reportedly loosening their restrictions on so-called backyard homes.
9 days ago

Davis County high school students are hacking the hackers behind phishing schemes

A group of high school juniors in Davis County are hacking the hackers to protect phishing victims using a program called VEGA.
17 days ago

U. researchers ask: Is it worth mining rare-earth minerals in eastern Utah and western Colorado?

University of Utah researchers are asking for grant money to see if there are enough rare-earth minerals in Utah and Colorado worth extracting.
19 days ago

Why there’s financial hope for Gen Z

We're living in financial stressful times, Gen Z has reason to be hopeful about their financial future.
20 days ago

Two Utah police departments honored with NASRO awards

The St. George and Orem police departments are being honored by NASRO for their school-based law enforcement.
21 days ago

Rare earth minerals found in Utah, Colorado, are critical for cleaner energy sources

Rare earth minerals have been found in Utah and Colorado mines according to University of Utah researchers.
23 days ago

Utah oncologist talks cancer prevention ahead of Memorial Day

Huntsman Center Oncologist, Dr. Theresa Werner talks about the importance of cancer prevention during skin cancer awareness month.
29 days ago

Local professors create ‘Disagree Better’ toolkit for parents

Professors created "Disagree Better" toolkit which includes free online courses to help parents teach kids ways to handle disagreements.
1 month ago

UTA summer youth pass now on sale

Utah kids can get around this summer with the UTA summer youth pass called Rider's License which are available through August.
1 month ago

Campaign signs are not allowed along roads and on bridges, UDOT says

According to UDOT, inappropriately placed campaign signs can lead to safety hazards for those who post them, remove them, or drive past them.
1 month ago

SLC one of the top U.S. cities for basketball fans

A new report from WalletHub ranks Utah as a top city for basketball fans. Some local Jazz enthusiasts discuss why they are fans.
1 month ago

Utah Naloxone provides reminders about the dangers of fentanyl

Utah Naloxone shared reminders about the dangers of opioids and the life-saving power of naloxone on Fentanyl Awareness Day.
1 month ago

After long journey, Utah-trained Where’s My Ring will run the Kentucky Oaks

A horse known as Where's My Ring, who was trained right here in Utah, will compete in the 150th running of The Oaks.
2 months ago

New cancer treatments focus on targeted therapies

Dr. Theresa Werner with the Huntsman Cancer Institute says providers can now use target treatments to help cancer patients.
2 months ago

BYU study looks at student AI usage

The question of artificial intelligence in the classroom is becoming something nearly all teachers are having to deal with, and a new study by a group of BYU professors looked into how student AI usage has developed on campus.
2 months ago

Utah team wins award at FIRST LEGO League robot competition in Texas

Utah's Electro Sloths won the Breakthrough award at the FIRST LEGO League Challenge in Texas this month.
2 months ago

St. George brush fire damages one home

ST. GEORGE, Utah — A brush fire damaged one St. George home. The fire began at a nature park.  St. George City Fire Chief Robert Stoker said they got a report of smoke at Brooks Nature Park. Additionally, the report said that some juveniles were witnessed running from the scene.  “[The] Nature Park has a […]
2 months ago

Utah-based credit union named a top five large business employer

Mountain America Credit Union employees helped land the company among the top five large businesses in America.
2 months ago

Olympic committee members ride TRAX as part of Utah tour

Members of the International Olympic Committee got a tour of Salt Lake, including parts of its public transport system.
2 months ago

SLC bathed in gold in honor of International Olympic Committee visitors

Salt Lake City will glow gold every night of this week in hopes of welcoming the Olympics once again in 2034.
2 months ago

UVU wins second in international Cyber Security 9/12 competition

The Utah Valley University was behind only to Duke University in the Cyber 9/12 security competition. There were 43 teams competing.
2 months ago

K-9 officers and their handlers win a top award in Las Vegas

The Taylorsville Police K-9 unit won Top Agency at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s K-9 Trials.
3 months ago