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West Jordan schools return to normal operations, no natural gas leak found

After reports of a natural gas smell, and as a precaution, the Jordan School District has placed four schools on "shelter" protocol.
2 days ago

Bill focusing on solar power customers in Utah gets favorable recommendation in Senate committee

Right now, Rocky Mountain Power only credits solar power customers in Utah about 5 cents for the power they send back to the grid.
4 days ago

Senate committee OK changes to Utah’s Social Media Regulations Act

A Utah lawmaker discusses his social media bill aimed to protect children while parents and a teen testify about loss of a son to suicide and the pain of addiction.
8 days ago

Dyslexia definition could be added back into Utah’s educational code

A new Utah bill proposal sponsored by Rep. Susan Pulsipher could add the definition of dyslexia back into the state's educational code.
8 days ago

On Thursday, the principal at Fort Herriman Middle School is dressed for success

Principal Glen Richins dresses in different outfits each Thursday, mostly depicting careers offered in his district's technical programs.
9 days ago

Gov. Cox signs resolution to censure school board member Natalie Cline

On Thursday, the governor signed the resolution to censure Utah State Board of Education Member Natalie Cline.
9 days ago

$3 million approved for new pedestrian bridge in Sandy

Sandy City is a step closer to getting a pedestrian bridge in the so-called quarry area.
10 days ago

Jordan School District joins program to use AI in classrooms

The Jordan School District is now one of 1500 school districts in America using AI as a tool in their classrooms.
10 days ago

Provo Food Bank supplies running low, public donations needed

The Provo Food Bank has less than a month's supply left and is asking for the public's help through donations. 
10 days ago

Utah Senators divided as U.S. Senate passes aid for Ukraine, Israel

Sen. Mitch Romney and Sen. Mike Lee remain divided on passing a $95 billion package that provides aid to Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan.
11 days ago

Lakebed dust is a worry in Utah. For California’s Salton Sea, it’s a full-blown problem

Lakebed dust from the Salton Sea is so bad, residents of Coachella Valley say many of them have asthma or allergies.
13 days ago

Utah’s February snow levels are below normal, but it’s no cause for concern

While Utah snow levels have been low early on in February, the extreme amount of rain has been making up the majority of the snowfall.
15 days ago

Affordable Connectivity Program running out of money. What does this mean for more than 73,000 Utahns?

Funding for the Affordable Connectivity Program will expire unless it gets more funding from Congress.
17 days ago

Reaction continues after Utah education official’s social media post implying a student was transgender

Utah School Board of Education member Natalie Cline shared photos from the Instagram account of a high school basketball team.
17 days ago

Utah mountains have high or worse avalanche danger with ongoing storm

The Pineapple Express has made its way to Utah, and the avalanche danger with the ongoing storm keeps getting worse as it continues to pour.
17 days ago

Lovebound Library bookstore opens, providing romance-focused space for booklovers

Lovebound Library opened in the Maven District over the weekend and the owner says she's excited to have a romance-focused store in the state.
18 days ago

Salt Lake City leaders note a large reduction in violent crimes

Overall violent crime in Salt Lake City is down by 11%, and that number is higher in specific areas including Pioneer Park.
19 days ago

Did you know tomorrow is Safer Internet Day? Expert provides internet safety tips

Tomorrow is reportedly Safer Internet Day, however, the founder of a local service provider, said he hasn't heard of it. In the spirit, he provided some internet safety tips. 
19 days ago

American Red Cross offers Amazon gift card for those who donate blood

The American Red Cross will give those who donate blood in February a $20 gift card. Weather in the US affected many January blood drives.
19 days ago

Gov. Cox to join other GOP governors on the southern border

Cox will tour a portion of the southern U.S. border, and then meet with Texas officials who will brief the governors on Operation Lone Star.
23 days ago

Vaping bill resurfaces in Washington, with help from Sen. Romney

Support from Utah Sen. Mitt Romney comes after an FDA report claiming teen vaping has increased 135% since 2022.
23 days ago

Too many carrots, not enough sticks: chronic absenteeism in Utah schools

Chronic absenteeism has increased in Utah from 13% in 2018 to 27% in 2022 according to the Utah State Board of Education.
25 days ago

Report shows child care costs can be more expensive than college tuition

Throughout the country, child care costs are getting even more expensive than college tuition.
26 days ago

Proposed bill to eliminate AI used in political campaign advertisements

A Utah lawmaker wants to put regulations around using AI in political campaign ads.
29 days ago