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University of Utah to hold Virtual video gaming event

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – As the nation continues to tread through the COVID-19 pandemic, many people may be looking for an outlet for some relief. Virtual entertainment has certainly served as an avenue to ease the mind of content consumers, and students in the University of Utah’s nationally ranked Entertainment Arts and Engineering… Keep Reading

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Is it too early to reopen dining areas in Utah?

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — This week, state and local leaders are expecting to release a clearer picture of what Utah will look like during the COVID-19 recovery. In a plan to reopen the economy, Governor Gary Herbert suggested customers could dine inside restaurants by the first half of May. “There are criticisms that that… Keep Reading

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Trans-Jordan Landfill reopens to the public

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – The Trans-Jordan Landfill will be reopening to accept public loads starting Monday, April 20th, according to a press release. The Trans-Jordan Landfill suspended public accesses to prevent the spread of COVID-19 flowing governor Herbert’s Stay Home, Stay Safe Directive on March 30th. Officials say only essential commercial haulers with… Keep Reading

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Loveland Living Planet Aquarium allow Tortoises to go for a Stroll

DRAPER, Utah (ABC4 News) – Loveland Living Planet Aquarium has allowed several of their animals to stroll about the facility during it’s temporary closure from COVID-19. The Aquarium’s two Desert tortoises, Walter and Charlie, recently got their chance to take a tour and visit their neighborly friends. The Aquarium said they sped up the video… Keep Reading

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Virtual graduation? Student petition says ‘No way’

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — High school seniors all over Utah are facing a harsh reality–no more school. No more precious time to spend with friends. And maybe, a virtual graduation ceremony taking the place of the typical pomp and circumstance. No school, no sports It all comes after Governor Gary Herbert ordered schools closed for the remainder of… Keep Reading

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