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Past articles by Taylor:

Legal battle over noncompete contracts may threaten mental health care for autistic kids

Utah Behavior Services has filed lawsuits against a total of 14 former employees in the last seven years. → Read More

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox plans to focus on these 3 things in his next 100 days

As the threat of the pandemic subsides, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox said he’s approaching the next 100 days with the hopes that he’ll be able to tackle some significant policy plans. Here are three things the governor says he plans to work on. → Read More

Utah reports one new death, 447 new COVID-19 cases

Utah's latest coronavirus data released from the state Department of Health. → Read More

Watch Live: Gov. Spencer Cox says Utahns of any age can start making COVID-19 vaccine appointments next week

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox holds his monthly news conference, where he is expected to discuss the state's pandemic response and vaccine rollout. → Read More

Utah House votes down bill that would have allowed 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in school district races

The Utah House of Representatives voted down a proposal Tuesday that would have created a pilot project allowing 16 and 17-year-old students to vote in their local school board elections. → Read More

Utah lawmakers advance bill to keep self-defense shootings out of court

A bill that passed the Utah House of Representatives on Monday aims to prevent lengthy, costly prosecutions of people who use force in self defense. → Read More

How to participate in the Utah legislative session

Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming session, from tracking bills to providing public comment. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox to become Utah’s 18th governor at oath of office ceremony Monday

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox will become Utah's 18th governor after an oath of office ceremony at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts in Ivins on Monday. → Read More

Utah reports eight more coronavirus deaths and 3,849 new cases

Utah Department of Health reports eight more coronavirus deaths and 3,849 new cases. Nearly 17,000 have now been vaccinated. → Read More

Salt Lake City Council approves temporary homeless overflow shelter in west-side hotel

When Salt Lake City opened an emergency overflow shelter earlier this year as a stopgap effort to get people experiencing homelessness out of the bitt → Read More

State Rep. LaWanna Shurtliff in intensive care unit for pneumonia

Democratic state Rep. LaWanna “Lou” Shurtliff, 85, is in the intensive care unit at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden after she was admitted Tuesday for breathi → Read More

As Utah reports 18 new coronavirus deaths and record case rates, Gov. Herbert will lift home gathering limits ahead of Thanksgiving

A new public health order next week will no longer require Utahns to limit social gatherings to only people in their households, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday. → Read More

Rep. Ben McAdams concedes to Burgess Owens in close 4th District race

Republican Burgess Owens, a former NFL player and first-time political candidate, will represent Utah’s 4th Congressional District in Congress next year, wresting the seat from Democratic control after a close race with incumbent Rep. Ben McAdams. → Read More

Burgess Owens grows lead over Rep. Ben McAdams in 4th Congressional District race

Republican Burgess Owens increased his lead over Rep. Ben McAdams in the hotly-contested race for Utah’s 4th Congressional District as additional ballots were dropped from Utah County on Friday. → Read More

Burgess Owens maintains his lead in Utah’s 4th Congressional District as ballots continue to drop

Republican Burgess Owens stretched his lead over Rep. Ben McAdams by another few votes on Tuesday after a small number of ballots were dropped from Utah County. → Read More

McAdams retakes the lead over Owens in roller-coaster race for Utah’s 4th District

Rep. Ben McAdams has regained his lead over Republican Burgess Owens in the roller-coaster race for Utah’s 4th Congressional District after new ballots were released Friday. → Read More

Owens takes an 18-vote lead over McAdams in tight 4th Congressional District race

Republican Burgess Owens took the lead over incumbent Democratic Rep. Ben McAdams in Utah’s close 4th Congressional District race after new ballots were released Thursday. → Read More

Utah County voters shoot down change of government idea, Kaysville fiber vote too close to call

Utah voters appear to have given their stamp of approval Tuesday night to a slate of statewide ballot measures, from changing the way social services are funded to creating a constitutional protection to hunt and fish. → Read More

GOP Attorney General Sean Reyes jumps to early lead as Dem rival weighs whether to concede

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes jumped to a substantial lead over Democratic challenger Greg Skordas in his race for reelection, early unofficial results showed Tuesday night. → Read More

Early results show McAdams with lead over Owens in fierce battle for Utah’s 4th Congressional District seat

Early election results in Utah’s hotly-contested 4th Congressional District race show first-term incumbent Rep. Ben McAdams with an 8 point lead over Republican challenger Burgess Owens. → Read More