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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah lawmakers are considering $28 million in legislation to improve air quality. The Deseret News reports that the measures include proposals to spend about $20 million to upgrade to clean-fuel school buses, provide transit passes to state workers and fund research to identify and control pollutants.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Police say a man was stabbed in the neck with a screwdriver when he tried to stop a car break-in in Salt Lake City yesterday morning. Authorities say the man was using a screwdriver to try and break into a car when a neighbor came out of his house and told the man to leave. The neighbor was taken to a hospital and his attacker escaped.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Police say two boys aged 14 and 15 have been arrested for vandalizing an elementary school in Saratoga Springs. They're accused of breaking into Sage Hills Elementary School three times in January, stealing Kindle Fire tables and leaving graffiti that that implied a threatening countdown. Investigators say the words reading "7 days down" and "6 days down" were intended as a signature rather than a threat.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — In women's basketball, No. 11 Arizona State held off a game Utah squad 58-48 yesterday. The game was close statistically, but the Sun Devils held an advantage at the line, making 16 of 19, while Utah was just 3 of 8. Taneaya Boclair led the Utes with 15 points and Danielle Rodriguez added 13 points and five assists.

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