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Amazon to collect sales tax in most states beginning April 1

Beginning April 1, Amazon.com will collect sales tax in the remaining states nationwide where the tax exists.

Report: Utah’s new unemployment claims down 12% from week prior, up 455% from 2019...

Utah's unemployment benefits claims for the week of May 10 to 16 were down 12% from the week prior, according to newly released figures from the Utah Department of Workforce Services.

Report: New unemployment claims down from previous week

The number of new claims filed for Utah unemployment benefits between April 12 and 18 was 19,751, which is down 4,420, 18%, from the previous week.

Granny swatting, lobster smuggling, People Who are Going to Hell! ‘The Todd and Erin...

Ever heard of "swatting?" It's when you call in a false report of murder or a hostage situation, etc. The police have to mobilize all their troops and race to the rescue -- to discover it was a prank.

Sandy police seek information on bank robbery suspect

The Sandy Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a bank robber who struck on Tuesday.

Sundance Film Festival subject of cyber attack; suffers network outages on day of anti-Trump...

The Sundance Film Festival has been subject to a cyber attack, according to Saturday afternoon notification from festival representatives.

Forbes ranks BYU No. 1 college value; alumnus Mitt Romney tweets ‘Y’ pride

Utah Sen. Mitt Romney is saying "I told you so" after Forbes magazine named his alma mater -- Brigham Young University -- as No. 1 on its list ranking college values.

Benjamin Hart named deputy director of Utah’s GOED

Val Hale, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), has appointed Benjamin Hart as deputy director, it was announced Wednesday.

3 Salt Lake County eateries closed for issues including filth, mouse droppings

Three Salt Lake County eateries have been closed by the health department for violations ranging from dirty door handles to excessive spider webs and rodent droppings.

United States to suspend premium processing for ‘skilled worker’ visas

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced it will suspend its premium processing for H-1B visa petitions next month, possibly making deep cuts in the number of highly skilled workers entering the country.