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Utah Legislators, Alcohol Stakeholders Talk New DUI Law During Interim

In June, state legislative leaders talked with alcoholic beverage stakeholders over the impacts of Utah’s new lowered DUI limit.

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A music festival in Wasatch County is focusing on diversity of music - from electric to hip hop to indie rock. Beginning this weekend, new acts are being performed at the second annual Bonanza Campout.

Summerfest Recap: The Life Of A Summer-Festival Artist

Jun 23, 2017
Alyssa Robinson

Last week, artists and musicians gathered in downtown Logan to display and share their art. Many of the artists will go on to display their artwork at various festivals throughout the summer.

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A recent student protest of a donation from the Charles Koch Foundation has brought national media attention to Utah State University.

The university's recently completed business building is a tall, modern structure, one of the most visible buildings on the campus. But one night in early June, it became a canvas for the protest.

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Now at over 11,000 acres burned, the Brian Head Fire continues to expand in size and property damage as it crosses from Iron County into Garfield County.  

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A 23-year-old man drowned after jumping off a rope swing into a cold pond in Farmington Tuesday night. Police say the man’s body cramped up while swimming the 30 feet back to shore.

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After a weekend long party, noise complaints from neighbors and $30,000 later – a company was born. One entrepreneur is changing the growing industry of short-term rentals.

“I can’t say I woke with the idea, what I did wake up with was a problem that led to the idea,” said David Krauss, CEO and co-founder of Noise Aware. He is also an Airbnb host in Dallas with eight rental properties himself

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A small town located eight miles from Capitol Reef National Park is considered to be in a state of emergency due to a water shortage.

Karl Hugh

The Utah Shakespeare Festival has recently been awarded two grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $45,000. The first will fund the production and world premiere of a new play, and the second will help bring Shakespeare to communities in Utah and surrounding states.

Utah Works: Bookmobiles - Serving The Underserved

Jun 21, 2017

For the last ten years, Shawn Bliss has operated the Cache and Rich County Bookmobile.

New Sunblocks And Worsened Ozone Depletion

Jun 21, 2017

There are new physical component sun blocks found in local drugstores to help protect skin this summer. The sun block’s components include titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, which are used as protection from ultraviolet A, ultraviolet B and infrared radiation.

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At least 123 people who had gathered to collect fuel from an overturned tanker truck in Pakistan were killed when it caught fire Sunday.

More than 100 people were injured, many with severe burns.

"Authorities say most of the bodies are burnt beyond recognition and the death toll is likely to rise," reporter Abdul Sattar in Islamabad reports for NPR. "Children and women are among the injured."

President Trump took to Twitter to question his predecessor's judgment and actions — at the end of a week characterized by a steady drumbeat of questions about how and when the Obama administration chose to respond to Russian interference in the 2016 election.

"Why no action?," the president asked in the first of two tweets Saturday evening that suggested the Obama administration didn't do enough — and soon enough — to stop Russia last year.

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