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'Please come help us': New York begs for medical workers

Jocelyn Noveck, Larry Neumeister and Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press  |  Updated Mar 30th - 10:42pm

New York’s governor urgently appealed for medical volunteers Monday amid a “staggering” number of coronavirus deaths, as he and health officials warned that the crisis unfolding in New York City is just a preview of what other U.S. communities could soon face.

Construction on I-15 bridges near Tremonton may cause delays until October

Merritt Jones, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 30th - 10:26pm

Construction on I-15 bridges near Tremonton may cause delays to regular traffic in northern Utah.

NCAA to allow additional eligibility for spring-sport athletes, could affect 228 seniors in Utah

Sean Walker, KSL.com  |  Updated Mar 30th - 9:54pm

Some college athletes who had their seasons cut short by the coronavirus pandemic officially got some good news Monday afternoon.

COVID-19 crisis: Will Utah have enough ventilators?

Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted Mar 30th - 8:29pm

Officials say they believe Utah will have enough ventilators to handle the COVID-19 crisis at its peak, but as of Monday, it's not clear how many are available.

Ben McAdams: Coronavirus is like ‘being hit by a truck’

Lisa Riley Roche, KSL  |  Posted Mar 30th - 7:57pm

Rep. Ben McAdams said Monday said he’s still feeling “pretty weak” after a battle with the new coronavirus that kept him hospitalized for more than a week.

6 ways to manage homeschooling while working from home

Nicole Carpenter, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Mar 30th - 7:34pm

Trying to work from home and simultaneously educate our kids is nothing short of complicated. Here are some success tips to get you through the next five weeks.

Some Intermountain Healthcare doctors, PAs and nurse practitioners to face pay cuts in June

Lauren Bennett, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 30th - 6:59pm

Some Intermountain Healthcare doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners will face reduced pay starting in June, officials confirmed on Monday.

Salt Lake man faces 11 felonies in assault on lesbian woman

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Mar 30th - 6:22pm

Criminal charges were filed Monday against a Salt Lake man who prosecutors say told a lesbian woman he would “fix the gay” before raping her.

Utah businesses, employees must navigate family and sick leave in the COVID-19 outbreak

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Posted Mar 30th - 5:51pm

The coronavirus is putting pressure on employees as well as employers who must manage operations in the wake of legally mandated leave.

1 dead, 2 seriously injured in crash west of Fillmore

Lauren Bennett, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 30th - 5:02pm

One man was killed and two others were seriously injured in a head-on collision after smoke reduced visibility on the road on state Route 100 west of Fillmore.

Trio arrested after fleeing police at 130 mph, charges say

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Mar 30th - 4:43pm

A North Carolina man faces numerous charges after police say he led them on a high speed chase before he was arrested and found to be in possession of a skimming device.

University of Utah, Weber State to offer just digital courses for summer terms

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Mar 30th - 4:05pm

With Utah colleges and universities already using distance learning for the remainder of the spring term, the University of Utah and Weber State University are planning summer term, when both will continue to offer classes digitally only.

Salt Lake man found shot to death in Millcreek

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Updated Mar 30th - 3:58pm

Unified police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred in Millcreek Monday morning.

Have You Seen This? A quarantine love story

Katie Workman, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 30th - 3:03pm

Finding love during lockdown can be difficult, but this New York couple is making it work in the most inventive and adorable way possible.

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Sheri Dew: Bob Garff said he’d always have my back, and he always did

Sheri Dew  |  Posted Mar 30th - 2:48pm

COVID-19 became very personal Sunday when it took the life of Robert H. Garff. He was a true friend, the finest kind of mentor. In 2002 when I was asked to assume the reins of Deseret Book Company as its president and chief executive officer, Bob Garff was chairman of Deseret Book’s board of directors.

Wall Street's rally rolls on, led by health care stocks

Stan Choe and Alex Veiga, Associated Press  |  Updated Mar 30th - 2:44pm

U.S. stocks climbed Monday, led by big gains for health care companies announcing developments that could aid in the coronavirus outbreak.

2 new COVID-19 deaths reported; Utah up to 806 cases

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Updated Mar 30th - 2:41pm

Utah’s number of COVID-19 cases has increased to 787 in Utah residents and 19 in visitors, the Utah Department of Health confirmed Monday.

School shutdowns raise stakes of digital divide for students

Meg Kinnard and Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 30th - 2:31pm

As schools shut down while coronavirus spreads, the digital divide widens between students with the tools to work remotely and those without.

Gray hair, don't care: Cuts and color lead to home haircut experiments

Leanne Italie, Associated Press  |  Updated Mar 30th - 2:10pm

Sister love playing out in a living-room hair trim. A botched home dye job with a silver lining. Stylists shipping out kits of personalized color with promises to talk their regulars through the process via FaceTime.

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