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The countdown clock is ticking again for the Tokyo Olympics

By The Associated Press 7h ago

First U.S. service member to die of COVID-19 had ties to Utah, family says

Becky Jacobs By Becky Jacobs 7h ago

Magnitude 6.5 earthquake strikes in Idaho

By Rebecca Boone | The Associated Press 8h ago

Returning LDS missionaries to be released. They can go back when pandemic eases or wait for 12-18 months.

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack 8h ago

Woman who died in Weber County nursing home is Utah’s 5th coronavirus death; 887 cases confirmed

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty 8h ago

Retired general now leads Utah’s coronavirus response; health director reassigned over medical concerns

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins 9h ago

Chase Murdock: Aid is available for business leaders who keep Utahns employed

By Chase Murdock | Special to The Tribune 9h ago

Help heads to NYC as experts predict over 100,000 U.S. deaths

By Colleen Long, Karen Matthews and David Rising | The Associated Press 9h ago

Bagley Cartoon: Executive Decision

Pat Bagley By Pat Bagley 9h ago

Springdale to ask that Zion National Park be closed

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle 10h ago

Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell to participate in televised NBA 2K video game tournament

Andy Larsen By Andy Larsen 10h ago

Jana Riess: For Latter-day Saints, a General Conference to remember — but let’s leave our smugness at the door

By Jana Riess | Religion News Service 10h ago

Navajo Nation enforces curfew as coronavirus cases near 150

Zak Podmore By Zak Podmore 10h ago

Salt Lake City under contract to purchase ‘Hobbitville,’ turn it into public ‘art park’

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 11h ago

George Pyle: Burning off the idea of health care as a business

George Pyle By George Pyle 11h ago

Estimating coronavirus deaths in Utah and elsewhere? Here’s what experts say and why they may be off.

Andy Larsen By Andy Larsen 12h ago

Tell The Tribune: Are you recovering from addiction and struggling with self-isolation?

By The Salt Lake Tribune 12h ago

With loans and landlord’s help, Ken Sanders’ Salt Lake City bookstore gets a reprieve amid coronavirus crisis

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad 12h ago

COVID-19 throws recruiting process, for Utah and everybody else, into disarray

Josh Newman By Josh Newman 12h ago