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Thousands of Utahns have made the trip across the northern border to Idaho for a chance at the Mega Millions Jackpot drawing, even though many know the odds of them winning are extremely low.
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Just as fans were gearing up for the Utah Jazz home opener, news dropped that the performer who's been bringing the Jazz Bear to life since 1994 was fired.
A third-party investigation is underway after a man on parole was shot and killed by officers late Thursday night in downtown Salt Lake City.
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It's been 166 days since the Utah Jazz hosted their last game of the 2017-2018 season - a playoff loss to Houston. Jazz fans have been waiting for their next chance to cheer on the team at home.
Behold the Pando aspen clone, a sprawling carpet of vibrant green-yellow quaking aspens occupying more than 100 acres outside the Fishlake National Forest in Utah.
Former Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz posted a photo of himself Thursday with a wooden Native American statue in an attempt to mock Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
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