SALT LAKE CITY — Here are 10 stories you may have missed over the weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
While more than ⅔ of Americans are supportive of getting a COVID-19 vaccine once it becomes available, many are also concerned about potential side effects and whether the vaccine will have undergone adequate testing, according to a new Brigham Young University study.
Hundreds of people lined up outside an Ogden elementary school to get a COVID-19 test, which was far more than health care workers expected.
One year ago over the holidays, Lance Bush learned he had colon cancer. During that difficult time, he said his family received “a lot of love” from friends, who took care of their Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Ground was broken this week for Utah State University’s Moab campus, sans the usual fanfare of balloon arches and officials in hard hats turning the ground with ceremonial shovels.
What do female leaders in Utah find to be the hardest part of their job?
“Trying to parent while meeting the demands in a leadership position is soul crushing at times,” said a participant in the Utah Women and Leadership Project’s latest study.
Mitchell agreed to a five-year extension with the Utah Jazz on Sunday, a source confirmed to KSL.com.
Zach Wilson threw for 212 yards and four touchdowns, Dax Milne caught four passes for 101 yards, and Tyler Allgeier ran for 141 yards and two scores — all in the first half — as No. 8 BYU cruised to a 66-14 win over FCS foe North Alabama in front of a mostly-empty LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Utah (0-1) opened the season with a five turnover performance and a disjointed offense that struggled to move the ball against a USC (3-0) program that’s been fortunate to play three opponents that have all debuted their season in three consecutive weeks.
Dart threw for four touchdowns and ran for another score as Corner Canyon blew past Region 4 rival Lone Peak, 45-7, to clinch the Chargers’ 40th straight victory and third-straight state title Friday at Cedar Valley High School.
Playing with a pulled groin, Skipps ran for touchdowns and added an interception on defense as the Tigers held Timpview to 6 points for most of the night and put the game away with one final goal-line stand, 26-13, to clinch a fourth-straight title in the Class 5A state championship Friday at Cedar Valley High School.
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