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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.
The suspect in an abduction caught on camera that prompted an Amber Alert Saturday morning has been booked into Salt Lake County Jail. The victim received precautionary medical treatment after a flood of tips helped police locate them both, authorities say.
Utah Sen. Mitt Romney said that he is "totally confident" that President Joe Biden will sign the bipartisan infrastructure deal that would invest nearly $1 trillion in the nation's infrastructure that he and other Republican senators brokered with the White House and Democrats.
One person is in critical condition after being shot in the parking lot of a Motel 6 in Midvale.
Families of the missing visited the scene of the Florida condo building collapse Sunday as rescuers kept digging through the mound of rubble and clinging to hope that someone could yet be alive somewhere under the broken concrete and twisted metal.
One person has died after a single-engine airplane crashed into a North Logan house Saturday night, officials say.
Dennis Lindsey, who has led Utah's front office since 2012, will move into an advisory role in the franchise, the team announced Sunday.
MyKayla Skinner, an alternate in 2016, will go as a specialist. The 24-year-old will be a threat to medal on vault.
For the third time in four home matches — and fifth in seven matches — RSL watched its lead evaporate. An early shot of adrenaline, even a goal to put Salt Lake ahead.
And then — poof — gone. Just like that. Back to square one.
Two more BYU athletes and a former Utah State heptathlete wrapped up Utah's run at the U.S. Olympic trials Sunday in Eugene, Oregon.
One of golf's biggest names recently played a round of golf with an apostle from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, then shared his admiration for the high-ranking church leader.