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Intermountain Pharmacies Now Offering Naloxone without a Doctor’s Prescription

Intermountain Healthcare announced an effort Thursday to reduce drug overdose deaths by increasing access to an antidote called Naloxone. Utahns can now visit any Intermountain community pharmacy in the state and buy Naloxone without a prescription from a doctor.
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This month, the White House unveiled a labor rule change that will make millions of Americans newly eligible for overtime pay.

Tourism Spending At Record High

May 27, 2016
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A new report from the University of Utah shows that tourists spent 8 billion dollars in the state last year. 

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Officials at the Environmental Protection Agency are expected to decide next week on new pollution controls for two coal-fired power plants in central Utah.

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As temperatures rise and Utahns head into the canyons to recreate, Unified Police want to remind hikers, climbers and campers to be mindful of protected watersheds.

The Utah Lt. Governor’s office has dismissed a complaint filed by the Democratic Party about letters sent to unaffiliated voters.

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Utah’s Native Plant Society has just updated its catalog to create a new listing that isn’t just comprehensive but also speaks volumes about how our world is changing.

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The Salt Lake City Council voted Tuesday night to set aside $65,000 to maintain the greens at what used to be Wingpointe golf course. The money is expected to buy Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski’s administration time to look at reopening the course. 

UDOH Report Links Asthma and Depression

May 25, 2016
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A new report from the Utah Department of Health shows that Utahns with asthma also have higher rates of depression.

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The Air Force has begun its annual detonations of old rocket motors at the Utah Test and Training Range.

Courtesy: / Governor's Office of Energy Development

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has already declared that energy is a top priority in his administration. Now he’s inviting the head of his energy development office to join his inner circle. Citing her public- and private-sector experience, he announced Laura Nelson’s promotion on Tuesday at the 5th annual Energy Development Summit.

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When attorney Steve Mikita was just 18 months old, he was diagnosed with a neuromuscular disease that meant he would never walk.

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Government officials in charge of energy policy from around the world are scheduled to gather in San Francisco on Wednesday and Thursday for the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial. It's a conference to serve as a follow-up to December's climate change talks in Paris.

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