Monthly Archives: December 2019

Formerly conjoined Utah twins talk inclusion, their future

SALT LAKE CITY — Formerly conjoined twins from Utah say they have found their voices as advocates for inclusion and acceptance after making international headlines when they survived a dangerous separation surgery.

Formerly conjoined Utah twins talk inclusion, their future

Formerly conjoined Utah twins talk inclusion, their future

SALT LAKE CITY — Formerly conjoined twins from Utah say they have found their voices as advocates for inclusion and acceptance after making international headlines when they survived a dangerous separation surgery.

Formerly conjoined Utah twins talk inclusion, their future

New Year’s winter storm could blanket Utah Valley

Utah is bracing for its biggest snow storm of the winter season so far beginning about the same time revelers will be ringing in the New Year.

New Year’s winter storm could blanket Utah Valley

The top stories residents of Utah County were a part of in 2019

Our feelings of 2019 could likely be summed up in the question: how many hours this year did you spend stuck in construction traffic?

The top stories residents of Utah County were a part of in 2019

Utah Legislature looks to limit Department of Public Safety’s use of facial recognition technology

The Utah Legislature is looking to regulate the Utah Department of Public Safety’s use of facial recognition technology after reports that DPS had scanned driver’s license photos at the request of federal law enforcement agencies.

Utah Legislature looks to limit Department of Public Safety’s use of facial recognition technology

Community briefs

Rep. McAdams votes to approve Trade Agreement

Community briefs

Utah County flu-like rates reach high activity levels

Utah County’s influenza-like illness activity rate has reached “high” levels, according to a report from the Utah Department of Health.

Utah County flu-like rates reach high activity levels

Forest ecologist helps refashion Barbie dolls as scientists

SALT LAKE CITY — When Nalini Nadkarni was a kid, she’d run home from school, climb into one of the eight maple trees in her parents’ backyard and spend an afternoon there with an apple and a book.

Forest ecologist helps refashion Barbie dolls as scientists

Marijuana dispensary opens in Nevada-Utah border city

SALT LAKE CITY — The first recreational marijuana dispensary opened Monday in a northeastern Nevada border city known for its casinos, but Utah residents considering making the 90-minute drive to West Wendover will have to be careful about where they…

Marijuana dispensary opens in Nevada-Utah border city

Daily Herald’s 2019 Year in Photos

Daily Herald’s 2019 Year in Photos