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Ogden jazz icon Joe McQueen may be gone, but his memory and legacy live on. One physical reminder of his life, McQueen's lifelong home at 3158 Grant Ave., has now become available for sale. The house received extensive remodeling, but as investor Richard Casperson has said, "Joe's energy is …

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SALT LAKE CITY — One of Utah’s largest hospitals had no beds left Friday in its regular intensive-care unit as the governor declared the state’s weekslong spike in coronavirus cases “unsustainable.”

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A Utah animal rights group is calling on Gov. Gary Herbert to “take more decisive action to curb the serious and growing public health threat posed by the zoonotic transmission of coronavirus that is occurring on Utah mink farms,” though the science behind such transmission has not been firmly established.

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SALT LAKE CITY — A former University of Utah police officer will not face criminal charges after being accused of sharing explicit photos of a student who was later killed on the campus, prosecutors said Thursday.

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Teachers in the Davis School District, like many across the country, are grappling with the changes brought to their classrooms by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of those educators are airing the concerns the pandemic has caused in new teacher support groups facilitated by the district.

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SALT LAKE CITY — A suburban millennial convicted of becoming an online drug kingpin was sent to prison for life Thursday, but not before he was confronted by a grieving mother.

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Of states with compulsory ACT testing, Utah students scored highest, according to an annual report published by the national testing organization. But this year’s average score was lower than those of preceding classes.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities at Brigham Young University’s Idaho campus are investigating reports that students are purposefully exposing themselves to the coronavirus in hopes of selling their plasma after they recover.

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Theater students at Weber State University had rehearsed, designed and were waiting in the wings to put on their production of “Pippin” last spring. Then on March 12, the school announced that classes were going online and all events for the rest of spring semester were canceled.

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One thing I hear over and over from people is their frustration with email, text and telephone spam, which may or may not be the opening for scams. How you handle these unwanted messages can help determine whether they will stop, continue or become a flood.

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HILL AIR FORCE BASE — While COVID-19 case counts reach new highs in Weber and Davis counties, the military installation situated between them has been chosen as one of four bases across the country to take part in a large-scale testing study being completed by the Department of Defense.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s lone congressional Democrat faced his Republican challenger on the debate stage Monday night as the candidates vie for the closely watched suburban Salt Lake City seat.

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SYRACUSE — A Syracuse man armed with a semiautomatic rifle threatened a neighbor and tried to break into his home Monday, police said in charging documents.