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Utah sets daily record for new COVID-19 cases

The state of Utah reported 911 new coronavirus cases Thursday.
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Photos: High winds cause damage, power outages along Wasatch Front

View photos of the damage caused by Tuesday's windstorm.
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High winds wreak havoc in Utah

Thousands lost power and several campuses closed Tuesday because of high winds.
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Help save lives with a blood donation

SLCC student Emmalie Rawlings and the American Red Cross will host a blood drive Tuesday at Miller Campus.
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Hispanics serving in Utah media

Marcos Ortiz and Francisco Vazquez discuss their journalism careers and the impact they have on the local Hispanic community.
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A preview of the 2020 presidential debates

Donald Trump and Joe Biden will take the stage for three debates before the 2020 presidential election.
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A nation in isolation: Pandemic creates feelings of loss

People of all ages struggle with the uncertainty caused by the novel coronavirus.
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Gov. Herbert approves mask mandates in Salt Lake, Summit counties

Salt Lake and Summit counties' latest public health orders, which require the use of face coverings, went into effect Saturday.
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Utah primary voting: What you need to know

Learn why the June 30 primary has captured the attention of several thousand Utah voters.
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Photos: Thousands protest in Salt Lake City over death of George Floyd

Globe photographer Jared Stanger continues to follow anti-racism protests in Salt Lake City. Read his op-ed and view exclusive photos from the various demonstrations.
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Peaceful protest turns violent in downtown Salt Lake City

Here's a look at some of the major developments that took place in Salt Lake City during the protest against police brutality on Saturday.
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SLCC students express concern over reopening economy

Many students at Salt Lake Community College believe it’s too soon to reopen Utah’s economy.