‘Luz de las Naciones’ premieres this weekend

Every year The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints puts on “Luz de las Naciones," a celebration of Latin American culture and dance.

Traveling the Navajo Nation after the devastation of COVID-19

Daily Universe reporters traveled to Navajo Nation, the largest reservation in the country located in Southern Utah, to discover the realities of reservation life following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Salt Lake City’s potential MLB stadium is not as big as it seems, community members say

Discussion of bringing a Major League Baseball team to Salt Lake City became more official when Larry H. Miller Company CEO Steve Starks presented renderings of the future MLB stadium at the Silicon Slopes Summit in September.

Gov. Cox announces Utah State Social Media Act, includes protection for minors, fines for addictive content

Governor Cox and Utah’s Division of Consumer Protection updated guidelines for the Utah Social Media Regulation Act Monday, giving companies until March 1, 2024, to become compliant or face large fees.

Utah’s El Niño winter could mean warmer temps

After three consecutive winters of La Niña, the winter forecast this year reveals a different outlook this season, an El Nińo, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Thousands come to Richfield for annular solar eclipse

More than 300,000 visitors were expected to flock to central Utah this past weekend for the annular solar eclipse.
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