Jacob Rueda

What the delay in receiving a tax refund this year will mean for Utahns

Despite the delay in getting a tax refund to people, the IRS says filing electronically and using direct deposit is still the fastest way to get a refund.
6 months ago

Historian reflects on Utah’s history with lynching and prejudice

With lynching now a federal crime, a University of Utah historian recalls the history of lynching and other race-based violence in Utah.
6 months ago

South Salt Lake Mayor says resources are available for those seeking shelter.

South Salt Lake Mayor Cherie Wood says resources are available for those who need help finding shelter so that they do not occupy vacant buildings.
6 months ago

First-ever Muslim youth conference held at University of Utah

The Emerald Project, a group dedicated to combating Islamophobia, held a first-ever Muslim youth conference at the University of Utah.
6 months ago

Collection drive in Provo to help those affected by war in Ukraine

Stand with Ukraine, a local group, is partnering with Vivint Gives Back, to send aid and supplies to the people of Ukraine.
6 months ago

Lawn care businesses feel the effects of drought and water restrictions

With less water this year, local lawn care businesses recommend a different option for maintaining laws: soil moisturizing products.
6 months ago

A new tool will offer better understanding of snow-to-stream water levels in northern Utah

Utah water levels will be more fully understood after a new Snow Telemetry Unit, was placed atop Powder Mountain in northern Utah last year.
6 months ago

Utah’s snowpack still below necessary water levels for the year

Officials with the Utah Division of Water Resources say water levels are lower this year due to inconsistent snowfall.
6 months ago

Ogden giving city workers pay raises with more possibly in the future

Ogden city council plans to vote on a pay increase for city employees in April. It's an effort to retain employees and stay competitive in the market.
6 months ago

Researchers say mental health affected by daylight exposure

With daylight saving time possibly becoming permanent, researchers say daylight exposure can affect mental health, and more darkness during winter might be harmful,
6 months ago

Utah mental health centers ready for switch to new 988 number

Utah mental health facilities are preparing for an upgrade to the national suicide prevention number from a 10-digit number to a three-digit number.
6 months ago

Experts say despite interest rate hike, Utahns fare better economically than others

Despite the Federal Reserve's interest rate hike, experts say prices won't be affected for a while, but that Utahns should still watch their spending.
6 months ago

New coronavirus variant discovered amidst a surge of European COVID-19 cases

A Yale University study found a new coronavirus variant that researchers say has elements of the Delta and Omicron variants.
7 months ago

Utah sits in the middle for rates of people quitting during the pandemic

Data compiled by Careercloud.com shows that Utah sits at 24 for the lowest number of people quitting during the pandemic.
7 months ago

Utah flag makers try to keep up with demand for Ukrainian flags

Colonial Flag has been working hard to keep up with the demands for Ukrainian flags.
7 months ago

Murray family show support for Ukrainian people in unique way

A Murray family is showing support for the Ukrainian people by printing off hearts with the Ukrainian flag on them.
7 months ago

Student at Ogden charter school to host LGBTQ Youth Prom

A LGBTQ Youth Prom will be held at the Davinci Academy of Science and Art in Ogden on March 26.
7 months ago

Bill seeks to prevent hairstyle discrimination in Utah

Sen. Derek Kitchen's bill would protect a person from discrimination over a hairstyle typically associated with their race or ethnicity. 
8 months ago