Editor's Note: Utah State University President Noelle Cockett issued the following announcement on Saturday related to coronavirus safeguards at the university.
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Charges against an Idaho man accused of child sexual abuse were dismissed on Thursday.
The COVID-19 confirmed cases roundup on Thursday brought new insights as the Bear River Health Department announced the seventh confirmed case in it’s coverage area was the first to be defined as “community spread.”
WASHINGTON (AP) — Acting with exceptional resolve in an extraordinary time, the House rushed President Donald Trump a $2.2 trillion rescue package Friday, tossing a life preserver to a U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus pandemic.
A vaccine or treatment for the virus that has turned the world upside down in 2020 could come from right here in Cache Valley.
To combat the outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S., social distancing is a safe alternative for many. However, for families that experience domestic violence, isolation may be more dangerous.
Here’s a roundup of official announcements and other useful information about the coronavirus response.
With its school buses no longer shuttling kids to and from school due to the coronavirus, Cache County School District is settling into a new use for them — delivering free breakfast and lunch to students of all ages.
Over fast-paced rhymes and slower, thoughtful odes, USU students joined each other on Instagram for an avant-garde Slam Poet Night on Wednesday evening.
A Providence man pleaded not guilty to sexual abuse charges after waiving his preliminary hearing on Monday.
As health officials work to gain an understanding of where coronavirus is in Cache County, Intermountain Healthcare has established drive-through testing for the virus.
PRESTON — Many athletes would have crumbled under the pressure of having to replace arguably the best player in school history, but Ty Hyde relished the opportunity.
Three weeks after their season came to an end in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Tournament, the Aggies have a new head women’s basketball coach.
To say 2019 was a unforgettable year for Mason Falslev would be somewhat of an understatement.
If you follow any of the virtual March Madness or, as some are calling it, March Sadness, then you know the Aggies won their first-round game in the NCAA Tournament.
Two weeks ago, the Aggie men’s basketball team was getting ready to defend its Mountain West Conference tournament championship.
He played his last game in an Aggie basketball uniform in the Mountain West Tournament championship game.
All seven Cache Valley high school track & field programs were in action last Thursday.
The Idaho High School Activities Association on Monday took the unprecedented step of suspending spring sports throughout the state for three weeks beginning Tuesday and running through April 5 due to the spread of the coronavirus.
Green Canyon’s baseball team certainly made the most of its final opportunity to play in a while.