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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Despite concerns that the pandemic would drive many teachers away and exacerbate a longstanding teacher shortage in the state, more Utah teachers stayed in their jobs this year than they have over the last five years, according to data from the Utah State Board of Education.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's Republican governor said Thursday he was concerned that the U.S. decision to recommend a “pause” in use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine could make it more difficult to reach rural and minority communities.

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A Roy man allegedly shot another man in an argument Saturday night, drove his body to Ogden and left it in the victim’s car in an obscure parking lot, the victim not to be discovered for three days, police said.

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Utah Parents United, a group started by Davis County parents, hosted a press conference inside of the Historic Provo Courthouse on Thursday, using the opportunity to speak out about children returning to school without masks and school districts allowing parents to write mask exemption notes.

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HUNTSVILLE — The Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Trinity has been closed for more than three and a half years now, but a local group is working to ensure the land the old Huntsville monastery operated on for seven decades will be protected forever.

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Everywhere I turn, I see scams: incoming calls on my cellphone, text messages and emails. Is it just me or are these internet ploys, particularly on my phone, becoming more frequent? Tracking down a culprit was easy. Just last week, Facebook announced that over 500 million user data sets wer…

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On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with the Federal Drug Administration announced a recommended pause on the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine following six reported cases of a rare and severe blood clot in individuals who received it.