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  • AP

    Deal sealed on federal budget, ensuring no shutdown, default

    By ANDREW TAYLOR Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and congressional leaders announced late Monday they had struck a critical debt and budget agreement. The deal amounts to an against-the-odds victory for Washington pragmatists seeking to avoid politically dangerous tumult over the possibility of a government shutdown or first-ever federal default. The deal, […]
  • Payday Monday

    Right on the Money: Biggest money wins and mistakes

    We've all made mistakes with our money. Whether it's blowing $500 on penny stocks off a bad tip from a friend like Dave Noriega did, or any other number of things that can get us into trouble with our money it's important to know where the pitfalls are so we can avoid making mistakes that can put our financial wellbeing in jeopardy. Don Milne a Financial Literacy Manager at Zion's Bank joined Dave and Dujanovic to talk about the three biggest wins and mistakes he sees.
  • Utah

    Utah settles with Equifax over data leak, what you need to know

    he Utah Attorney General's office announced Monday that Utah along with the rest of the nation has settled with Equifax for $600 million after the credit monitoring service suffered a data breach in 2017 that affected over 147 million Americans.
  • Faith

    President Nelson speaks at NAACP convention

    “We don’t have to be alike or look-alike to have love for each other. If we have any hope of reclaiming the goodwill and sense of humanity for which we yearn, it must begin with each of us, one person at a time," President Nelson said Sunday.
  • heat wave Utah

    Heat advisory for next two days along Wasatch Front

    We could see temperatures at 100, 102, even 105 degrees for the Salt Lake and Tooele Valleys, and the southern and northern Wasatch front. But low temperatures won't dip below the mid-70s, meaning there won't be much overnight relief.
  • hack Technology

    An entire nation just got hacked

    Asen Genov is pretty furious. His personal data was made public this week after records of more than 5 million Bulgarians got stolen by hackers from the country's tax revenue office. In a country of just 7 million people, the scale of the hack means that just about every working adult has been affected.
  • CNN

    Equifax will pay up to $700 million to settle data breach hack investigation

    Credit reporting agency Equifax has reached a deal to pay up to $700 million to state and federal regulators to settle probes stemming from a data breach that exposed the personal information of nearly 150 million people.
  • Education

    Ogden high school to restart childcare for student-parents

    OGDEN, Utah (AP) — A Utah high school will re-start a child-care program for students, a move that could help young parents finish their education. Two Rivers High School in Ogden is planning to open the on-site program at the beginning of the upcoming school year, the Standard-Examiner reported . It will likely serve about a dozen […]
  • AP

    2 killed in Utah crash when pickup truck goes off dirt road

    A pickup truck went off a northern Utah dirt road and rolled multiple times while plunging into a ravine and ejecting its seven occupants early Saturday, killing two people and injuring at least four, authorities said.
  • hill air force base f-35a Military

    Hill Air Force Base personnel conducting training in Europe

    Combat aircraft and support personnel from Hill Air Force Base in Utah are conducting training in several European countries.