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.
The state Capitol transformed into a sea of rainbow on Sunday as hundreds gathered to march, celebrate and commemorate Pride Month. The event — organized by the Utah Pride Center — began with a rally on the steps of the state Capitol before attendees marched through the streets of downtown Salt Lake City.
One man is dead and four more were injured in a drive-by shooting early Sunday as police continue to look for a suspect or suspects. The five victims are graduates of Salt Lake City School District schools, including two 2021 West High School graduates, Superintendent Larry Madden said in a statement.
A 19-year-old man has died after a drive-by shooting early Sunday morning in South Jordan, police said. Police say the incident is not related to a drive-by shooting that occurred around the same time in Salt Lake City where one man was killed and four more were injured.
A new policy announced by the Davis County Sheriff's Office this week demonstrates the complicated relationship between local, state, and federal enforcement agencies outlined in constitutional law.
As temperatures rise in Utah, two wildfires are growing in the state's national forests.
On Sunday, after waiting and watching, the Jazz finally know who they'll be playing for a chance to get to the Western Conference Finals. The Los Angeles Clippers beat the Dallas Mavericks 126-111 in Game 7 Sunday to earn the chance to play the Jazz in the second round. The series will begin on Tuesday at 8 p.m. MT in Utah.
Anwar Lewis scored two second-half touchdowns, and the Blue Dragons won their first national title in the program's 89-year history with a 29-27 win over Snow at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Arkansas.
The striking gray colt who was bet down 6-5 as the favorite passed early leader Hot Rod Charlie around the final turn and charged ahead to the wire to win the 1 1/2-mile $1 million race in front of 11,238 mostly maskless fans at Belmont Park.
"This is the perfect way to end the year," Pulisic said after his penalty kick in the 114th minute led the United States over Mexico 3-2 Sunday night in frantic finale of the first CONCACAF Nations League.
Salt Lake Community College and Snow College are two of the final four teams remaining in the tournament's national semifinals, which kick off Monday at 3 p.m. MT. That's when the No. 4 Badgers will face top-ranked Tyler in the first semifinal, followed by the No. 2 Bruins playing the home side against No. 3 Eastern Florida State at 5:30 p.m. MT.