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.
Police in Sandy have arrested a 75-year-old man in connection with the death of Masako Kenley, a Sandy woman who left home Friday to meet friends for dinner but didn't return.
One person has died after a stabbing in Liberty Park on Sunday afternoon, according to police. Salt Lake police confirmed that they took a man who is possibly in his mid-20s into custody in connection with the stabbing. He is believed to be the person who stabbed the victim, according to police.
At nearly 101 years old, Gail Halvorsen made yet another flight to spread candy and smiles, this time to St. George residents during the city's annual Fourth of July celebration.
President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Monday that all of the faith's temples have now reopened for at least some ordinances.
Some Kaysville homeowners were grateful for a quick response by firefighters and neighbors after police said a woman set fire to five lawns. This all happened Sunday afternoon.
In a series of tweets posted Saturday morning, Skinner said she wanted to announce she was "going pro and not returning to compete in the NCAA." She added that the Olympics will "be my last gymnastics competition before I officially retire."
Jose Cifuentes scored the go-ahead goal against the run of play in the 69th minute, and LAFC held off Real Salt Lake 1-0 in front of an announced crowd of 18,253 fans in a full-capacity Rio Tinto Stadium for the first time since last March.
Khris Middleton scored 32 points, including a run of 16 straight in a decisive third quarter that carried the Bucks to a 118-107 victory over the upstart Atlanta Hawks in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals Saturday night.
Roger Martinez scored the only goal of the match in the 11th minute, and Las Aguilas held on for a 1-0 win over Liga MX rival Santos Laguna, kicking off the club's first match in Utah since 2017 Sunday night in Sandy.
Milwaukee will carry two former Utah college basketball standouts in tow to the NBA finals: BYU's Elijah Bryant and Utah State's Sam Merrill.