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SALT LAKE CITY — Here are 10 stories you may have missed over the weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs was played in pleasant Miami, but there won't be any Sunshine State-like weather in Utah for a while.
Whether you are a Chiefs fan, a 49ers fan, actively rooting for Andy Reid to win his first Super Bowl title as a head coach at 61, or just there for the guacamole dip, you probably enjoyed at least a few Super Bowl ads from the big game in Miami.
Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog on Sunday declared: “Spring will be early, it's a certainty.”
A man has been arrested in connection with a two-alarm apartment fire in West Valley City on Saturday night that was intentionally set, officials said on Sunday.
Parent-teacher conferences, job interviews and medical appointments are just some of the things impoverished Utahns frequently miss because of problems with transportation. The Utah Transit Authority wants to change that.
All it took was falling behind by double digits in the postseason, again. Then Mahomes led the Chiefs to 21 straight points in the final 6:13, hitting two long passes on touchdown drives for a 31-20 victory Sunday over the San Francisco 49ers.
Webb Simpson was in big trouble when he drove into the right-side water on the par-5 15th.
He did — at friend Tony Finau's expense Sunday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open on a TPC Scottsdale course that played tougher with firm greens and a touch of wind.
TJ Haws scored 23 points, including the game-winner with seven seconds remaining to lift BYU to arguably its biggest win of the year, beating conference rival Saint Mary’s 81-79 in the Marriott Center on Saturday night.
Utah (12-9, 3-6) dropped a Sunday afternoon game in Los Angeles to UCLA (12-10, 5-4), 73-57, in back-to-back losses on the week for the young Utah team.
Lillard did it again on Saturday in Portland’s 124-107 win over the Jazz at Moda Center.