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Read about the latest news and events impacting the state of Utah.

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Utah Senate OKs bill limiting distribution of mug shots

Utah House Bill 228 would prohibit the release of a mug shot until the arrested individual has been convicted of their alleged crime.
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How students are utilizing stimulus checks

As stimulus checks hit mailboxes, students had to weigh how they would utilize their funds.
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Another virtual event disrupted by racist Zoom bombing

Internet trolls posted racist and pornographic images during the Transformative Justice and Abolition Criminology Conference on Friday.
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SLCC students voice opinions about mental health days

HB 81 adds mental or behavioral health as a valid excuse for a school absence for children in grades K-12.
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SLCC professor sparks change in the community

Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II supports several community initiatives while teaching criminal justice at Salt Lake Community College.
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Racist agitators disrupt Black History Month event

Internet trolls forced the Black Student Union to abruptly shut down its virtual poetry slam Thursday.
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How the 2021 legislative session will affect SLCC

SLCC and other higher education institutions hope to receive funding for several initiatives during the 2021 legislative session.
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2020: A year in review

Globe editor-in-chief Amie Schaeffer looks back on the events that shaped 2020 at Salt Lake Community College.
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Trump supporters rally at Utah Capitol amid chaos in DC

Supporters of President Donald Trump converged on the Utah State Capitol to protest the 2020 election results.
Gov. Gary Herbert announces new COVID-19 State of Emergency

Gov. Herbert issues new emergency orders as COVID-19 cases continue to surge

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert issued a new state of emergency and a statewide mask mandate Sunday evening after a surge in coronavirus cases.
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Utah election update: All 7 constitutional amendments expected to pass

Here’s where the seven amendments on the Utah ballot stand at the end of election night.
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Utah election update: McAdams concedes House race to Owens; Cox wins race for governor

See the latest numbers from the 2020 election in Utah.