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Weber and Davis County businesses can now apply for a grant to help them recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Ogden Newspapers Inc., the parent company of the Standard-Examiner, has established a $1 million fund to help local businesses get back to full strength by subsidizi…

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SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah medical association has rescinded a recommendation it made last week on behalf of state health officials for doctors to treat coronavirus patients using malaria drugs that medical professionals across the country have cautioned against using until more testing is done.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Four people have died in Utah from complications associated with the coronavirus, state officials said Monday as they warned people to continue staying in their homes to prevent the disease from spreading and eventually sickening more people than the health care system can handle.

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After President Donald Trump signed a $2 trillion relief bill, the Internal Revenue Service is warning residents about potential schemes that could leave residents scammed out of the money sent to them.

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What a month March has been for all of us. At the beginning of the month, our kids were in school, we were playing and watching sports, we were gathering for dinner at restaurants and we were looking forward to the last couple of months of spring skiing. Then everything changed and our lives…

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SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert on Friday asked Utahns to stay home as much as possible, starting immediately. The voluntary, but highly encouraged directive will be in place through April 13.

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Candidates for public office in Utah who intend to earn a spot on the primary ballot by gathering signatures will have an easier time doing so -- while still practicing social distancing -- after Gov. Gary Herbert suspended certain requirements in state statute related to signature-gathering.

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Odyssey Elementary students receive free glasses on Thursday, March 26, 2020.  Volunteer doctors gave student free eye exams during SightFest earlier this year. Principal Sonja Davidson and Administrative Assistant Daisy Garcia went door to door to deliver the glasses since the school is cur…

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OGDEN — As the “soft closure” of Utah schools continues — currently scheduled to last through May 1 to prevent the spread of COVID-19 — school staff members are trying to stay connected to the students they no longer see every day.

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The Utah Department of Workforce Services released the number of unemployment claims from March 15-21, showing a 1,391% increase in the number of unemployment claims since state officials prohibited dine-in restaurant operations and limited social gatherings to 10 people.