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Gov. Spencer Cox names Utah’s first chief innovation officer

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox has appointed Rich Saunders as the first chief innovation officer for the state of Utah.

India sees record COVID-19 rise — 412,000 new cases in single day

India on Thursday reported another daily record of new COVID-19 cases -- more than 412,000 -- and almost 4,000 new deaths.

Update: Charges filed against man, woman who allegedly assaulted UTA, SLCPD officers, bystanders

Initial charges have been filed against two people police say assaulted an officer of the Utah Transit Authority Police who he tried to intervene in an altercation.

Worker electrocuted at South Jordan construction site

A man was fatally electrocuted outside a restaurant under construction in South Jordan Monday morning. 

1 dead after collision on SR-193 in Clearfield

One man is dead after a car and a military surplus vehicle collided in an intersection on State Route 193 in Clearfield early Monday morning.

Thanos and Fortnite, why we have a Utah developer to thank for the summer’s...

So, the hottest video game for the summer is "Fortnite," a wildly popular new game from a Utah developer.

Utah approves ‘free-range kids’ and what is the deodorant challenges?

So, Utah just picked up a whole big batch of new laws today, including the perplexing "free-range kids" law.

Good touch, bad touch

Can you hug too much?