In times like these, Utahns work together to help each other. Local businesses need that help now more than ever, and we can help. We can order food to go, purchase gift cards or other items off their websites. We’ve seen these businesses take extraordinary measures to keep Utahns safe. Now, let’s do what we can to help them through this difficult time.
As the pandemic takes a toll on blood donations, Weber State University stepped in to motivate people to roll up their sleeves. Organizers believe it could become the largest blood donation event in Utah in the past decade.
Farmers and law enforcement are working together to feed approximately 1,000 families in Weber County. This is the sixth donation event from Farmers Feeding Utah - a charity that came out of the pandemic.
Volunteers from the nursing school at Brigham Young University have testing 8,000 students for COVID-19 before they head home for Thanksgiving. It is a huge effort that they pulled together with very short notice.
Despite the challenges surrounding COVID-19, the Festival of Trees in Salt Lake City is celebrating their 50th anniversary with a virtual event to raise funds for Intermountain Healthcare's Primary Children's Hospital.
Despite the challenges surrounding coronavirus, the Festival of Trees in Salt Lake City is celebrating their 50th anniversary with a virtual event that will raise funds for Intermountain Healthcare's Primary Children's Hospital.
The Utah National Guard has been helping health officials with several missions critical to the state's coronavirus efforts. They’ve been activated to assess the impact of the governor’s updated emergency order, but this deployment is very different than most others.
Utah Governor-elect Spencer Cox said he was focused on the COVID-19 surge as he announced members of his team to help him transition from Lieutenant Governor to Governor. He will be sworn into office on January 4.