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Utah leaders making no promises for affordable housing money

SALT LAKE CITY — A year ago, housing advocates hoped Utah’s Legislature would at last prioritize affordable housing and pump millions into initiatives to help address the state’s housing crunch. But that didn’t pan out. As lawmakers grappled with last year’s budget amid tax reform, they passed SB34 with new policies to push cities to… Keep Reading

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Utah woman finds metal blade in carrot sticks

A Salt Lake City grocer is recalling its carrot sticks after a woman bit down on a piece of a metal blade that was lodged in her snack. Amber Choruby Whiteley was eating precut carrot sticks from Harmons in City Creek on Monday with her 7-year-old daughter when she bit down on the metal shard,… Keep Reading

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Women’s rights are human rights’: Hundreds rally at the Capitol for Salt Lake City Women’s March

Hundreds of men and women marched to the Capitol on Saturday in remembrance of missing and murdered women. The fourth annual Salt Lake City Womxn’s March drew a crowd of Native and indigenous people, religious groups, ethnic minorities, immigrants and LGBTQIA people. “It’s important because women’s liberation is something that we’ve been fighting for for… Keep Reading

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More jobs but fewer workers, new analysis shows

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — An analysis by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce shows that while there are more jobs available in the U.S., there are fewer people applying. The study found that for every four open job positions in Utah, there are fewer than three available workers. This makes it the fifth lowest ratio… Keep Reading

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Salt Lake City International Airport remodel cost grows to $4.1B

The price tag on the new Salt Lake City International Airport has flown upward by another half-billion dollars and now stands at $4.1 billion. The Airport Advisory Board discussed reasons behind that on Wednesday, as it also received an update on a new master plan that is looking at long-term needs — even after the… Keep Reading

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Utah Symphony Shares Talents With Haitian Musician

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Utah Symphony musicians are known for sharing their talents with Utah, traveling throughout the state for concerts and workshops that reach 130,000 students each year. But their vision for young people goes beyond state borders and recently, they were able to host Getro Joseph, a talented young musician from Haiti. Joseph,… Keep Reading

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Three big improvements coming to 5600 West

SALT LAKE CITY — Big changes are coming to one of the busiest roads in the Salt Lake Valley. The Utah Department of Transportation says three major improvements are coming to 5600 West in the near future. Continue Reading on Fox13 Keep Reading