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Rain and snow start the day as system moves out of Utah

Rain and snow start the day as system moves out of Utah. Utah's Most Accurate Forecast with Meteorologist Thomas Geboy. Utah's Most Accurate Forecast with Meteorologist Cesar Cornejo. Donovan Mitchell taking game to next level. IN FOCUS Discussion: Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 10.18.2021 Viewer Pic Fatima Nawabi. The Justice Files:...
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Why Utah is moving its prison (again): The prime real estate that’s about to be set free

Draper Mayor Troy Walker was slightly out of breath after pedaling his e-bike about nine miles up some 2,200 feet of steep, winding dirt trails. He stopped at an overlook with sweeping views of his city, a bustling suburb about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City. Below, a steady stream of cars appearing miniature in the distance zoomed up and down I-15, the freeway that acts as Utah’s main transportation artery.
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Last chance to speak up in person on Bridal Veil Falls future

The time for public engagement on the future of Bridal Veil Falls is coming to a close. Saturday is the last day for members of the public to give their input. Conserve Utah County has been working to help the Utah State Division of Parks and Recreation add an additional public engagement session on the future of the falls. This time, the session will be on site at the falls.
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Summit County is set to pilot a vote-by-phone app, but GOP chair worries it ‘cheapens’ the voting process

Summit County is piloting a vote-by-phone option this election for voters who need special accommodations, including military service members. Clerk Eve Furse says the Voatz app makes it easier for some people to vote, including those with disabilities, and makes it more secure for voters who are overseas or serving in the military.
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October 18 data: Utah reports 23 new COVID-19 deaths, over 3,000 cases

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — The Utah Department of Health reported an additional 23 people have died from COVID-19 since Friday. This new number increases the total number of Utah deaths to 3,090 since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Over 3,000 positive test results have come in over the...
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How Utah plans to replace its state prison with a 'world-class' community

DRAPER — Draper Mayor Troy Walker was slightly out of breath after pedaling his e-bike about nine miles up some 2,200 feet of steep, winding dirt trails. He stopped at an overlook with sweeping views of his city, a bustling suburb about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City. Below, a steady stream of cars appearing miniature in the distance zoomed up and down I-15, the freeway that acts as Utah's main transportation artery.
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Utah reports 3,036 COVID-19 cases, 23 deaths over the weekend

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Health on Monday said 23 more Utahns have died due to COVID-19 and 3,036 residents tested positive for the virus over the weekend. UDOH broke down that case count into the following:. 1,329 cases on 10/15. 1,092 cases on 10/16. 639 cases...
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Brandless expansion in Lindon to bring 1,033 jobs to the state

An omnichannel commerce platform company will add up to 1,033 high-paying jobs over the next decade as it expands in Lindon. Brandless Inc. made the announcement after being approved for a tax credit incentive of up to $2.6 million by the Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity (Go Utah). The company...
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Groundbreaking ceremony held for Utah County charter school

SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah (KUTV) — A new charter school coming to Saratoga Springs will soon be taking applications, officials said. Crews broke ground Friday on the new Ascent Academy of Utah, a public charter school open to students from kindergarten through 6th grade. Officials said the school will begin accepting...
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Utah Valley Calendar: Things to do – Oct. 16

“How Women Rise” forum — The Utah Women & Leadership Project’s latest Fall Women’s Leadership Forum will feature “How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion or Job” from noon to 1:15 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 29. Sally Helgesen will help participants come away with an enhanced understanding of their individual strengths, an actionable template for identifying and addressing challenges, a proven means for enlisting support, and tools for enhancing their visibility and connections. Register for this free event at https://how-women-rise.eventbrite.com.
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Utah COVID-19: 17 more deaths, nearly 1,500 new cases added

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – The Utah Department of Health is reporting 1,493 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, October 15. A total of 529,147 Utahns have tested positive for COVID-19. Of today’s new cases, 287 are school-aged children. UDOH is reporting 158 cases in children ages 5-10, 61 cases in children ages 11-13, and 68 cases in children ages 14-17.
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AM News Brief: Guns at airports, Utah County rail extension & fungus feasting on jack-o’-lanterns

In an effort to attract more people to try out substitute teaching — or return to it — the Jordan School District announced Thursday it was offering a $500 bonus for anyone who fills in for at least 30 days by Dec. 15. It’s an experiment they’re trying out until the end of the semester. Sandra Riesgraf, a spokesperson for the district, said there is more demand this year for subs, but fewer people available. It’s a problem for many districts in the state. The Canyons School District said it is also struggling with staffing shortages and has had to pull out staff from other departments to fill in for teachers and even bus drivers. Read the full story. — Jon Reed.
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