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Utah Is Officially One Of The Happiest States In America

You can head here for a dose of happiness.

Happiness isn't just a state of mind and according to a poll, it is also a place you can physically visit.

In a recent study, Utah was voted the second happiest state in the U.S.

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Salt Lake Mayor Ends Nightly Curfew After Seeing Respectful Protesting In The City

The curfew has been lifted.

As protests continue across the U.S., many states have created curfews. Salt Lake City's Mayor announced she would be ending the curfew due to civil actions shown by protestors. She posted on her social media pages, explaining her decisions further.

Mayor Erin Mendenhall tweeted on Wednesday afternoon, stating: "After seeing the respect that protestors have largely shown for one another, police, and our city, I believe that Salt Lake City is once again proving itself to be a place of peace and progress."

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An Old Shipwreck Was Discovered After A Massive Storm In Utah (PHOTOS)

A buried vessel from decades ago has been found.

A recent weather bout uncovered a unique piece of history that has been buried below water for decades. A massive storm in Utah unearthed a sunken ship in the Great Salt Lake. The boat is estimated to be around 100 years old. 

The Great Salt Lake Park & Marina posted a photo of a freshly discovered shipwreck on its Facebook on Monday.

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Utah's 'Snitch Line' Recieved Over 390 Social Distancing Complaints So Far

Four businesses have been shut down.

Since the arrival of COVID-19, many people have taken it amongst themselves to report on specific behaviors. Salt Lake City's Mayor's Office has a new social distancing hotline that allows concerned residents to report any violations of these guidelines by phone or email. As of Tuesday, there have been 390 complaints since March 16. 

"Some businesses report that their competitors are doing wildly inappropriate things...and some complain about their fellow customers not social distancing in store aisles and the like,” Nicholas Rupp, the spokesperson for the Salt Lake County Health Department, told the Salt Lake Tribune

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