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Kia recalls 295,000 vehicles due to engine fire risk

Kia has recalled 295,000 vehicles whose engines can stall or catch fire.

Amy Coney Barrett sworn in to the U.S. Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as a U.S. Supreme Court justice on Monday night after the Senate voted to confirm her nomination.

Workforce Services: New unemployment claims continue to decrease

The Utah Department of Workforce Services has released its report for the week of Sept. 6 through 12, which shows a 12% decrease in new claims from the week prior.

Apple introduces new Apple Watches, iPads, subscription bundle

Apple on Tuesday unveiled new versions of its Apple Watch and iPad in addition to a new fitness service and a bundle of its various subscription offerings.

Trader Joe’s to rebrand some products after petition calls for removal of ‘racist’ packaging

U.S. grocery store chain Trader Joe's said it will change the packaging of its international food products after an online petition called its branding "racist."

Report: Utah unemployment claims down slightly

The Utah Department of Workforce Services has released unemployment claim totals for the week of July 5 to July 11.

Harmons grocery stores in Salt Lake County now require face masks, social distancing

Harmons grocery stores in Salt Lake County will require customers to wear face masks inside the stores and to stay six feet away from others starting Saturday, Harmons announced.

Report: Utah jobs down 75,400 since May of 2019

Utah's employment summary for May shows the number of jobs declined by 4.8% from May of 2019.

Most Larry H. Miller Megaplex theaters to reopen with new rules in place

After three months of temporary closure due to COVID-19 restrictions, Larry H. Miller Megaplex Theatres is resuming modified business operations effective Thursday, June 18, throughout most Utah Megaplex locations from Logan to St. George.

Center for Democracy and Technology challenges Trump social media executive order

The Center for Democracy and Technology on Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging an executive order by President Donald Trump seeking to limit legal protections of social media companies that censure or edit user posts.