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Dixie State student claims online classes are ‘sub par’ in lawsuit against Utah System of Higher Education

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Sep 24th – 7:11pm

A Dixie State University student has sued the Utah System of Higher Education claiming the online classes “are sub-par in practically every aspect.”

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 24th – 6:26pm

Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson issued an update to the county’s original face covering mandate to include wearing masks at outdoor events. It comes as a new spike in case counts are emerging.

New jobless claims up over 6% in Utah, report says

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Updated Sep 24th – 5:58pm

The volume of claims for jobless benefits in the Beehive State rose by nearly 6.3% last week, a new report shows.

KSL.com Staff  |  Updated Sep 24th – 5:39pm

Here are the latest updates on wildfires burning across the state of Utah.

In the market? Net-zero energy home built by Weber State students now for sale

Graham Dudley, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 24th – 5:13pm

Utahns who aspire to live sustainably may want to take a look at a recently completed home in Ogden’s East Central neighborhood that’s about to hit the market — sort of.

Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted Sep 24th – 4:47pm

About two weeks after a generational storm with hurricane-force winds ripped an estimated 1,500 trees out of Salt Lake City’s public spaces — many 60- to 100-year-old giants — an effort has begun to replant.

Zion’s entire historic, scenic Emerald Pools Trails Complex reopens after decade of closure

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 24th – 3:33pm

Zion National Park visitors are now able to access the entire Emerald Pool Trails Complex for the first time since heavy rains caused massive mudslides in 2010 that made the Middle Emerald Pools Trail impassable.

Lauren Bennett, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 24th – 2:53pm

The body of a 28-year-old man was recovered from a pond at the Miller Estates apartment complex on Wednesday.

1,198 more COVID-19 cases, no deaths reported in Utah Thursday

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Updated Sep 24th – 2:13pm

Utah’s number of COVID-19 cases has increased by 1,198 from Wednesday, marking a new single-day case record for the disease in the state, according to Gov. Gary Herbert.

Associated Press  |  Posted Sep 24th – 2:12pm

Two wildlife conservation groups said Wednesday they intend to file a lawsuit contending that several federal agencies are relying on an outdated plan to save a rare bird found only in Colorado and Utah.

Roy police justified in fatal shooting of man who fired at officers, police dog

Annie Knox, KSL  |  Updated Sep 24th – 2:10pm

The Roy Police Department says its officers won’t face criminal charges in the August shooting death of a 21-year-old Weber County man who fired at them, injuring a police dog.

Graham Dudley, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 24th – 12:49pm

One Clinton man is giving Utahns something to smile about during this turbulent time.

US appeals court in Denver eyes American Samoa citizenship

Colleen Slevin, AP, Associated Press  |  Posted Sep 24th – 11:52am

Whether people who live in territories controlled by the U.S. automatically become citizens under a constitutional amendment that secured citizenship for freed slaves was a major focus of arguments Wednesday in a federal appeals court in Denver in a case seeking citizenship rights for residents of American Samoa.

Alex Cabrero, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 24th – 8:48am

It has been a tough year for many of us, but for Tia Stokes, it’s been especially tough as the inspirational Utah mother fights cancer and takes on a new opponent in COVID-19.

Man started fire, then threatened arriving firefighters, police say

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Sep 24th – 8:25am

Police arrested a man accused of lighting some of his possessions on fire on a sidewalk, and then threatening to attack firefighters who responded.

Matt Gephardt and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 24th – 7:59am

The KSL Investigators conducted an experiment: How does USPS compare with the two other main delivery services when sending a birthday card to a loved one?

Many teachers stressed, struggling 1 month into pandemic school year

Dan Rascon, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 24th – 7:31am

A month into the pandemic school year, many teachers have struggled, especially those juggling online and in-person classes. Yet they remain optimistic.

Linda Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 24th – 6:37am

A man died when two cars collided in a Salt Lake City intersection early Thursday morning, police said.

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