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NCAA in SLC: Kansas, Gonzaga roll into second round against Auburn, Baylor

03/22/2019 12:00am
While the Jayhawks and Zags won in blowout fashion, the Tigers held off a spirited charge from upstart New Mexico State.

Utah-based Even Stevens sandwich shop files for bankruptcy

03/22/2019 6:35am
A popular Utah sandwich restaurant chain has declared chapter 11 bankruptcy after an executive said it "expanded too quickly."

Interior boss order aims to protect US public land access

03/22/2019 6:50am
Acting U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt ordered federal land managers on Thursday to give greater priority to access for hunting, fishing and other kinds of recreation when the government considers selling or trading public land.

Trump: People won't accept a Mueller report that taints him

03/22/2019 7:08am
President Donald Trump on Friday intensified his attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation in his latest effort to undermine the findings in Mueller's highly anticipated report, saying "people will not stand for it."

Mobile health clinic aims to reach more Utahns in need

03/22/2019 7:25am
Utah Partners for Health opened a new and improved mobile medical clinic on Thursday. The mobile clinic will travel to 41 locations throughout Salt Lake and Tooele counties to provide health care to Utah's uninsured and underserved communities.

Lawsuit challenges Utah plan to get water from Flaming Gorge

03/22/2019 7:59am
Conservation groups are suing the U.S. government over a new agreement that will allow Utah to take water from the Flaming Gorge Dam.

2 arrested after guns, property stolen from at least 17 cars in Eagle Mountain

03/22/2019 8:30am
Law enforcement officials have arrested two men in connection with a string of car burglaries in Eagle Mountain.

Local leaders reaffirm support for Utah Compact on immigration

03/22/2019 9:03am
A number of Utah civic leaders are reiterating their pledge to support immigration policies that bolster the state's economic future and considers the humanity of those caught in the confusion of the nation's unsettled immigration laws.

Bracket Challenge: Which high school is the best in the state, round of 32?

03/22/2019 9:31am
The first round of the high school bracket challenge has concluded with only a handful of upsets.

US forces say 2 American soldiers killed in Afghanistan

03/22/2019 10:04am
Two American service members were killed during an operation in Afghanistan on Friday, the U.S. and NATO forces said, providing no other details on the combat deaths.

Man arrested in fatal stabbing of Salt Lake landlord

03/22/2019 10:16am
One man has been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of his landlord in Salt Lake City.

There's a reason why Fairleigh Dickinson's pep band looked an awful lot like Utah's

03/22/2019 10:23am
If you thought the Fairleigh Dickinson University pep band looked familiar — and maybe wondered why one of them jokingly yelled trash talk about BYU during a break — there was a good reason.

EU takes charge, forces Brexit deadlines on UK's May

03/22/2019 10:34am
Isolated at home and abroad, British Prime Minister Theresa May will be laboring against the odds once again to win backers in Parliament for her unloved Brexit deal, this time to a timetable dictated by the European Union.

‘Underdog’ Utah gymnastics feeling good ahead of Pac-12 Championship

03/22/2019 10:47am
It’s not exactly a home meet, but the Pac-12 Championship will sure feel like it to the Utah gymnastics team.

Jimmy Carter's new milestone: Longest-lived US president

03/22/2019 11:02am
Nearly four decades after voters unceremoniously rejected then-President Jimmy Carter's bid for a second term, the 39th president has reached a milestone that electoral math cannot dispute: He is now the longest-living chief executive in American history.

2 seriously injured in crash near Box Elder-Cache county border, UHP says

03/22/2019 11:08am
Two people were seriously injured after a crash on U.S. 89 near the Box Elder and Cache county line Friday morning, authorities said.

Man charged with driving off after hitting University of Utah pitcher

03/22/2019 11:34am
A driver who witnesses say may not have been at fault when he allegedly hit a pedestrian is now facing charges for driving away from the scene.

5 destinations for early-spring hiking

03/22/2019 12:17pm
The following hikes describe some options for early-spring hikers looking to get outside as soon as possible. Though they may still have some snow and mud, these hikes should all be navigable with the help of boots, poles, or snowshoes in spring.

Draper police lieutenant under investigation announces retirement

03/22/2019 12:40pm
A lieutenant with the Draper Police Department has submitted his "notice of retirement" just days after being placed on administrative leave.

Trump signs bill to name North Ogden V.A. building after fallen Mayor Brent Taylor

03/22/2019 1:17pm
A federal building in North Ogden will now bear the name of the city's fallen mayor who died while deployed in Afghanistan with the Army National Guard.

Job growth expected to continue in Utah

03/22/2019 1:44pm
Utah's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for February fell one-tenth of a percentage point to register at 3 percent. Nationally, the jobless rate dropped two-tenths of a percentage point to register at 3.8 percent.

Moody stands tall with experience, leadership in BYU women's basketball's run to NCAA Tournament

03/22/2019 2:33pm
As the Cougars prepare for Saturday’s first-round tip against 10th-seeded Auburn at Maples Pavilion (1:30 p.m. MDT, ESPN2), Jasmine Moody has been trusting her younger teammates with what she knows about the tournament.

BYU says state is ‘incorrect’ on criteria for decertifying university’s police department

03/22/2019 3:01pm
Brigham Young University says the state’s grounds for decertifying its on-campus police department over the release of records the state deemed public are incorrect.

Mueller concludes Russia-Trump probe; no new indictments

03/22/2019 3:12pm
Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday turned over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump's presidency, entangled Trump's family and resulted in criminal charges against some of the president's closest associates.

Have You Seen This? Dog can't handle Mufasa's death

03/22/2019 3:34pm
I think we can all related to exactly what this dog is feeling and it hurts.

Raul Neto credits strong mindset for recent run of strong play

03/22/2019 3:58pm
Raul Neto has been a steadying hand for Utah's second unit. And that's been a nice bright spot in what has been a season filled with point guard question marks.

Sen. Mike Lee elected chairman of Joint Economic Committee

03/22/2019 4:27pm
Sen. Mike Lee has been elected as chairman of the Joint Economic Committee.

Canadian professionals at front lines of opioid epidemic fight visit Utah, discuss strategy

03/22/2019 4:59pm
Six Utahns die every week from an opioid overdose and nationally the epidemic continues to cripple communities.

Officer accused of running over woman has poor driving history, records show

03/22/2019 5:20pm
A Unified police officer accused of running over a woman lying down in a parking lot while responding to a call has a history of poor driving, according to police records.

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