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Former Utah Senator Bob Bennett Dies At 82

Former Republican Utah Senator Bob Bennett died on Wednesday evening.
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The University of Utah plans to present an honorary doctorate degree to philanthropist Lynette Gay during Thursday’s commencement ceremony, despite concerns over Gay’s professional links to groups with anti-LGBT stances.

A project is underway to create a dataset of Utah’s entrepreneurial community. Leaders from an organization based in New York City are here to launch the Mapping Utah project.

Nicole Nixon

Governor Gary Herbert signed three bills on Wednesday aimed at helping veterans, military personnel, and their families.

Ahead of signing the bills, Governor Herbert officially declared May 2016 as Military Appreciation Month in Utah. He spoke to a room full of uniformed service members and veterans.

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The Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce is embracing the challenge of bringing clean energy and clean air to local communities nationwide. It’s part of a national initiative by a group called “Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy” that focuses on the business benefits of a healthy environment.

Whittney Evans

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski’s first city budget proposal focuses on paying off debt and fixing basic infrastructure like roads and storm drains.

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An Orem woman will be part of the first class of females to receive Infantry training for the U.S. Army.

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The new Salt Lake City International Airport will be adding a second concourse to the one already planned. 

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The idea’s been debated at the U for several years: that it’s time to stop investing in companies selling the products behind the rapid changes in global climate. On Tuesday, The University of Utah’s Academic Senate joined more than 500 organizations worldwide in pressing university leaders to divest from fossil-fuel companies.

Rocky Mountain Power

Thousands of Northern Utah Residents are still without power after high winds damaged the electrical system in Weber and Davis Counties over the weekend.

UDOH: 95% of Healthcare Workers Got a Flu Shot

May 2, 2016
Andrea Smardon

The Utah Department of Health has released a report detailing the influenza vaccination rates of hospital workers.

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Trever Bradshaw is a single father in Farmington, Utah. We followed him as he trained for his first professional MMA fight.

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One of the country's most outspoken abortion providers has filed a civil rights complaint against the hospital where she works, saying that it has wrongly banned her from giving media interviews.

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