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Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Rosie:

Utah’s COVID-19 numbers trending in the wrong direction

Utah's COVID-19 cases continue to trend in the wrong direction, as health experts worry about the upcoming holiday season and people gathering in large groups. → Read More

Resolution to censure Sen. Mitt Romney at Utah GOP convention fails

A resolution to censure Utah Senator Mitt Romney failed at Saturday's Utah GOP organizing convention, hours after he was boo'd upon taking the stage at the event. The motion came after he voted to convict President Donald Trump in both of his impeachment trials. → Read More

IN FOCUS Discussion: U.S. Capitol’s Security Breach

The violent and destructive riots at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday left Americans feeling a wide variety of emotions. Two days after the security breach that left five people dead, including one police officer, the country is still grappling with how these events unfolded and its implications about the underlying problems that still exist. → Read More

NFL player Isaiah Crowell gives back to his hometown

An NFL running back is in his hometown of Columbus giving away turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving. → Read More

Why do we eat this? Origin stories behind 3 notorious Thanksgiving sides

How did green bean casserole come to be? Who thought the Thanksgiving meal was just a canned log of cranberry jelly away from perfection? And how did all those marshmallows end up on the sweet potatoes? → Read More

IN FOCUS Discussion: Native American Heritage Month

Each year during the month of November, communities across the country celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, histories, and contributions of Indigenous people in honor of Native American Heritage Month. → Read More

Judge dismisses Bourbon Group’s defamation lawsuit against former employees

A defamation lawsuit from the Bourbon Group against two of their former employees, Kevin Mulligan and Kayleigh Wood was dismissed by a judge Monday. The original complaint stated the defendants made false allegations about racism and a hostile work environment that cost the bar ownership group approximately $300,000 in lost revenue. → Read More

Turkish rescuers pull girl from rubble 4 days after quake

Rescuers in the Turkish city of Izmir pulled a young girl out alive from the rubble of a collapsed apartment building Tuesday, four days after a strong earthquake hit Turkey and Greece and as hopes of reaching survivors began to fade. → Read More

SLC homeless camp clean-ups draws concern from community members at city council meeting

Dozens of community members took to Tuesday night's Salt Lake City council meeting to voice their concerns about the homeless camp clean-ups taking place this month. It's all part of Mayor Erin Mendenhall's 12-week plans to improve conditions for the city's unsheltered populations. → Read More

Rare cougar sighting captured on multiple Murray surveillance cameras

A rare cougar sighting was caught on at least three Murray residents' home surveillance cameras over the weekend, prompting safety tips from wildlife officials to keep community members safe. → Read More

Local bartenders fight back on defamation lawsuit from Bourbon Group after speaking out about alleged toxic work environment

Two local bartenders are fighting back against a defamation lawsuit from their former employer, the Bourbon Group. The complaint stated the defendants made false allegations about racism and a hostile work environment that cost the bar ownership group approximately $300,000 in lost revenue. → Read More

Looking for a contractor after the wind storm? Avoid getting scammed with these tips

As the dust settles from this week's powerful wind storm, the Utah Department of Commerce expects a spike in demand for contractors as Utahns work to repair their property damage. But experts warn that spike may also come with an increase in scams. → Read More

Utah’s 2020 wildfire season is setting records, but not for good reasons

Utah is setting records with this year's wildfire season, but not the good kind. Fire officials said we've already seen 58 percent more human-caused fires compared to last year. → Read More

NBA boycott prompted by Wisconsin police shooting draws mixed reaction from Utahns

Fans of professional soccer, baseball, and basketball saw players from across the country using their platform to boycott in their strongest statement yet against police brutality and racial injustice Wednesday night. Some applauded, others disapproved. → Read More

Victim speaks after best friend sentenced for attempting to poison and kill her

A Salt Lake County woman has been sentenced to serve up to 20 years in prison after confessing to poisoning and attempting to kill her roommate and best friend of 25 years. A few hours after 51-year-old Janie Lynn Ridd's sentencing hearing Monday, the victim spoke to media in a press conference. → Read More

New CDC report finds racial and ethnic disparities in COVID-19 workplace outbreaks

A new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that minority groups, particularly Hispanic and Latinx were disproportionally impacted by COVID-19 outbreaks in the workplace. → Read More

Nowhere to turn: Patients seeking care for lingering COVID-19 symptoms

Months after contracting COVID-19, a group of Utahns said they're still suffering from long-term symptoms of the virus and they have nowhere to turn. Now they're pushing for Utah's healthcare leaders to develop post-COVID treatment centers, a place where they can seek the care they need. → Read More

How Navajo Nation curbed one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in the country

Just three months ago, Navajo Nation experienced one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in the country. Now, it's a vastly different scene on the reservation as they hit a new milestone Monday and the daily case count continuing to decline. → Read More

SLCPD release body cam footage and details about July 25th officer-involved shooting

Salt Lake City Police released body camera footage and more details regarding the fatal officer-involved shooting on July 25th. Investigators said the deceased individual, Andrew Jacob Preece held a hostage at knifepoint and disobeyed orders from police to drop his weapon. → Read More

How the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting Utah’s homeless population

While the Road Home reports zero new positive COVID-19 cases during the last five weeks in their shelters, advocates said Utah's homeless population is facing many other unique challenges during the pandemic. → Read More