University of Utah researchers discover COVID-19's impact on blood can lead to clots, heart attack, stroke
University of Utah researchers said they have made an important discovery about how COVID-19 affects the blood of infected patients, potentially leading to strokes and heart attacks.
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Sean Walker, KSL.com | Updated Jul 6th - 10:35pm
The Jordan School Board unanimously approved a motion Monday that would bring students back to school for in-person classes Monday through Thursday.
Collin Binkley, Associated Press | Posted Jul 6th - 9:37pm
International students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued Monday by federal immigration authorities.
Morgan Wolfe, KSL TV | Posted Jul 6th - 9:14pm
The Fourth of July was a success for firefighters in the Salt Lake Valley, reporting few firework-related fires. But across the state, it’s a different story, and the threat of more fires with dry weather has firefighters anxious.
Wildfire updates: Knolls Fire closure order rescinded; 54-acre Summit Fire in Iron County 75% contained
KSL.com Staff | Updated Jul 6th - 9:05pm
Here are the latest updates on wildfires currently burning in Utah.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Jul 6th - 8:42pm
A registered sex offender who had a permanent stalking injunction filed against him by the family of a teen girl now faces numerous charges for sexually abusing the girl, according to prosecutors.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Jul 6th - 8:13pm
One thing is clear: Tony Bradley is filled with new confidence off the court — just like how he found a new confidence on it this season.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Jul 6th - 7:51pm
One of the two men police say pointed guns at a motorist during a protest in Provo last week has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly firing into the moving vehicle.
Maggie Fox, CNN | Posted Jul 6th - 7:25pm
Imagine a noisy, crowded bar. Music is pounding, and people are clustered close together, talking loudly or even shouting to be heard. If it's cold out, doors and windows are shut tight and the heat is on, or if it's hot out, everything is shut and the air conditioner is recirculating the air.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Jul 6th - 7:03pm
Calling his crimes “a mother’s worst nightmare,” a judge on Monday sentenced a parolee to at least 20 years and up to life in the kidnapping and sexual assault of a girl who was walking home from school when he forced her into his car at knifepoint in January.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Updated Jul 6th - 6:49pm
Cox said former Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. conceded the race in what he described in a tweet as a “gracious call.”
Sahalie Donaldson, KSL | Posted Jul 6th - 6:03pm
With the Associated Press declaring him as winner of the GOP primary for the 1st Congressional District, businessman Blake Moore is ready for a Democratic challenger.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jul 6th - 5:57pm
Fifty-five boaters received citations, and 322 vessels were decontaminated across Utah due to quagga mussel concerns over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Posted Jul 6th - 5:25pm
Rep. Ben McAdams, D-Utah, called Monday for an extension of the federal compensation for Utahns, as well as residents of other states across the country, who were exposed to radiation from nuclear testing in Nevada and for a stop to new explosive nuclear weapons testing.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Jul 6th - 4:42pm
One way or another, colleges will have to make a decision about the start of the season, which opens for most teams on Labor Day weekend.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Jul 6th - 3:32pm
Social messages will be heavily prevalent in the Orlando bubble when the NBA restarts on July 30.
Christopher Rugaber and Joyce M. Rosenberg, Associated Press | Updated Jul 6th - 3:24pm
The government on Monday identified roughly 650,000 mostly small businesses and nonprofits that received taxpayer money from a program that was designed to soften job losses from the coronavirus but also benefited some politically connected firms.
Katie Workman, KSL.com | Posted Jul 6th - 3:08pm
Can anything feel more American than risking setting your own city ablaze and collectively defying authority for pretty explosive lights and a grand old time?
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Jul 6th - 2:51pm
Utah’s number of COVID-19 cases has increased by 517 from Sunday, with six new reported deaths, according to the Utah Department of Health.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jul 6th - 2:32pm
For the second time in recent days, a billboard within the Wasatch Front has been defaced with a political message.
- University of Utah researchers discover COVID-19's impact on blood can lead to clots, heart attack, stroke
- Coronavirus updates: 517 new cases, 6 deaths; Jordan district approves 4-day in-person classes
- Man with permanent stalking injunction found on roof of girl's house
- Have You Seen This? Majestic bison run turns silly with one goofball bison
- Amid spike of COVID-19 cases, college football nearing decision day on fall season
- Jordan School District approves plan for 4-day in-person classes in fall
- Billboard depicting officer defaced with 'new slavery' message in Davis County
- 18 firework-related fires reported in 3 days across Utah
- Utah sees 517 new cases of COVID-19, 6 more deaths
- Have You Seen This? Drone footage of thousands of illegal fireworks