There has been an increase of 601 positive coronavirus cases in the state of Utah, with 4 more deaths reported.
The Utah Department of Workforce Services announced the number of new jobless claims in the state decreased slightly week over week.
The Salt Lake County Health Department officially postponed the Jam On It basketball tournament after a confirmed case of the coronavirus. The news left thousands of young players and coaches disappointed.
Millions of American jobs have come back since the great lockdown in March and April, but millions of workers still need government benefits to make ends meet.
Toni Ferguson said she contracted the virus at work, and her husband is fighting for his life in the ICU.
A new policy from the Trump Administration said foreign students can't learn fully online or they risk losing their visas.
Greg Bell, president and CEO of the Utah Hospital Association, said while hospitals may not run out of ICU beds, they will experience shortages in medical personnel and technicians with proper training to treat COVID-19 patients.
Utah’s unemployment office is warning that weekly payments will get a lot smaller once the $600 stimulus add-ons cease at the end of July.
Tax season always brings about scams for some unscrupulous folks, but new research shows COVID-19 may be amplifying the problem.
As Utah sets another daily record for COVID-19 cases, one Salt Lake County community is testing those who otherwise might be overlooked. Kearns wants to make sure everyone in their ethnically diverse community can get tested if they need it.
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