Recent Story Corrections
Correction: 3:08 p.m. MST 12/31/20: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the Utah Navajo Health System operates three clinics in San Juan County, when they actually operate four clinics.
Clarification 11/14/20 06:05 p.m. MT: The photo in the story was changed to reflect that the late Robert “LaVoy” Finicum has no affiliation with the “People’s Rights” movement. Information on the legal outcomes of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation was added.
Correction: 12:57 p.m. MST 11/12/2020: An earlier version of this story stated that Ben McAdams had 4% of the vote for the 4th Congressional District. The story has been corrected to reflect the actual number, which is 47%.
Correction: 9:41 a.m. MST 11/05/2020: An earlier version of this story had a misspelling of McAdams in the headline. The headline has been corrected.
Correction: 10:09 a.m. MDT 8/25/2020: An earlier version of this story gave an inaccurate number for the COVID-19 test results at the University of Utah. The University has received 3,248 tests for students moving into residence halls.
Correction: 2:50 p.m. MDT 8/17/2020: This story's headline was corrected to reflect District Attorney Sim Gill's jurisdiction accurately.
Correction 9:46 am MDT, 7/30/2020: A previous version of this story misquoted Iron County Commissioner Mike Bleak about where Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints live in the county.
Correction 8:31 a.m. MDT, 7/24/2020: A previous version of this story misstated Robin Goodman's name.
Correction 4:25 p.m. MDT, 7/22/2020: A previous version of this story misspelled Todd Barson's name. The story has been corrected.
Correction 10:07 p.m. MDT 7/21/2020: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the percentage of Utahns who had completed the 2020 census. It has been updated with the correct figure.
Correction: 6:41 p.m. MDT, 7/21/20. A previous version of this story misspelled Adam Boman's name.
Update 4:53 p.m. MDT 7/15/2020: This story's headline was updated to clarify information about Utah workers' ability to afford a two-bedroom apartment.
Correction 11:20 a.m. MDT 6/30/2020: This story has been clarified to reflect the decision the board made at its meeting Monday to hold off on renaming the Dixie Center.
Correction 3:54 p.m. MDT 6/10/2020: This article has been updated to reflect the amount of water used by the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority annually as well as to clarify the Nation’s water rights settlement with New Mexico.
Correction 2:30 p.m. MDT 6/7/20: A previous version of this article misspelled Koyom Koyom’s name.
Correction 9:30 a.m. MDT 5/22/20:This article has been updated to reflect that Clow's concern is about the state relaxing the definition of a well being polluted.
Correction 8:47 p.m. MDT 5/5/2020: An earlier version of this story gave an incorrect total number of postives cases at the Men’s Resource Center in South Salt Lake. As of Monday, 124 clients staying there tested positive for coronavirus. Twenty-nine additional men have tested positive and while they listed their address as the center, they aren’t current clients.
Correction 6:09 p.m. MDT 4/20/2020: An earlier version of this story cited the wrong group as the source of the recommendation on hydroxychloroquine dosage. The Utah Department of Health made the recommendation, which was distributed by the Utah Medical Association to its membership. That recommendation was later rescinded.
Correction 8:52 a.m. MDT 4/15/2020: A previous version of the story mischaracterized Gov. Herbert's temporary hold on evictions in the state. The freeze applies only to coronavirus-related cases.
Correction 4/13/20 11:50 a.m. MDT.An earlier version of this story incorrectly listed additional ceremony options.
Correction 4/7/20 11:38 MDT. A previous version of this story misstated how much of Capitol Reef National Park is closed.
Correction 3:47 p.m. MDT 4/6/2020: A previous version of this story contained a factual error. The first General Conference held without a public audience was in 1942. Church members were not invited to the April conference that year due to World War II travel restrictions. And due to flu epidemics, General Conference was postponed in April of 1919 and cancelled altogether in October 1957.
Correction 10:53 a.m. MT 3/31/2020: A previous version of this story misstated the total number of bills the governor has signed. He has signed 459 bills into law according to the governor’s press team.
Correction 2:21 p.m. MDT 3/12/2020: A previous version of this story misstated the area that would be included in the ban. The ban would apply to all areas of Grand County.Colorado River Flows Are Diminishing. What Does That Mean For The Lake Powell Pipeline?
Correction 3/16/2020 10:23 p.m. MT: A previous version of this story misstated the date 1,900 cars visited Arches National Park. It was March 15, 2020.
Clarification 2/28/20 5:59 p.m. MT: This story was changed to clarify that the Lake Powell Pipeline would create a second source of culinary water in Southwest Utah.
Correction 2/28/20 6:10 p.m. MT: This story was corrected to show that the BLM expressed frustration over the perception that the agency is not engaging with tribes.
Correction 2/27/20 09:19 a.m. MT: A previous version of this post misspelled Pete Buttigieg's name.
Correction 2/27/20 09:19 a.m. MT: A previous version of this post misstated the night of Pete Buttigieg's Salt Lake City event.
Correction 2/22/20 11:10 a.m. MT: A previous version of this post was misdated.
River Flow And The Lake Powell Pipeline
Correction 2/21/20 4:30 p.m. MT: A previous audio version of this story misstated Brad Udall's university.
Correction 2/21/20 1:09 p.m. MT: A previous version of this story misstated Brad Udall's university.
Rural Broadband Coming To Northeast Utah
Correction 11:04 p.m. 2/19/20: A previous title of this story misstated the location this program will impact.
Kane County’s “Bellwether” Roads
Correction 6:31 p.m. 2/19/20: A previous version of this story misstated the trial schedule.
Correction 1/15/2020 11:07 a.m. MT: previous version of this story misstated which department houses the Executive Office for Immigration Review. It is house in the Department of Justice.
Correction 9:56 a.m. MST 1/3/20: An earlier version of this story mis-referenced "Recreation Environmental Learning Centers." They are called Residential Environmental Learning Centers.
Correction 2:17 MST, 12/23/19: A previous headline for this story listed the incorrect number of acres The Red Rock Wilderness Act would impact.
Correction 2:43 p.m. MST 12/16/19: A previous version of this article misstated the date of a Park City 911 call transfer incident. In fact, it occurred in 2008, according to a Summit County official, and Summit County has made changes to its 911 operations since then.
Correction 2:33 p.m. MST 12/16/19: An earlier version of the article misidentified the religious affiliation of the nine Americans shot in Mexico last month. In fact, they were part of a fundamentalist Mormom community, not associated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Correction 9:39 a.m. MST, 12/13/19: A previous version of this story misidentified which types of fentanyl would be considered a schedule one drug under the FIGHT Fentanyl Act. Pharmaceutical fentanyl is and would remain a schedule two drug.
Correction 1:12 p.m. 12/12/19: A previous version of this story misnamed the Ute Mountain Ute reservation.
Correction 8:16 a.m. 12/12/12: An earlier version of this story also misidentified White Mesa Mill's role in uranium processing. The mill is responsible for final drying and packaging.
Correction 10:56 a.m. MST 12/12/19: A previous version of this story misspelled Michelle Litchman’s last name.
Correction 4:43 p.m. MST 12/10/19: A previous version of this story mischaracterized an increase in Turkish cherries in the U.S. — Turkey has doubled its U.S. imports for each of the past four years. Chad Rowley’s name was misspelled in a previous version of this story.
Correction: 8:33 a.m. MST 12/10/19: A previous version of this story misstated when an interim legislative session will be held. While lawmakers are expected to meet Thursday, Gov. Gary Herbert or legislative leadership must formally call the session.