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Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles (2) looks to pass as Houston Rockets guard James Harden (13) reaches for the ball in the first half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/Michael Wyke)

Here’s a look at the news for Nov. 28.

Intermountain Healthcare changes underway

Intermountain Healthcare CEO Dr. Marc Harrison told the Deseret News on Monday that the administration’s restructuring is a move to “disrupt ourselves.”

Intermountain Healthcare already moved administrative positions around. Last month, Intermountain Healthcare announced changes to its structure, including how it centers around central, north, south and southwest regions.

Harrison said more changes could be on the way in the near future.

"Nothing was broken. Our mandate from back in 1975 was to be a model health care system, and I think for 2017 we are, but what we looked at — the question is — 'As we sit in 2017, would that make us a model for 2020 or 2022?' And we didn’t think so," Harrison told the Deseret News and KSL editorial boards on Monday.

Read more at the Deseret News.

Will Salt Lake Comic Con win its legal fight?

The ongoing legal feud between Salt Lake Comic Con and the legendary San Diego Comic-Con International will have its major showdown on Tuesday, as the dispute heads to trial in a California court, according to the Deseret News.

The founders of Salt Lake’s event will head to San Diego, where they will argue that their name doesn’t violate a trademark.

The case will receive nationwide attention from event planners, pop culture events and property attorneys, the Deseret News reported.

"It's not just Salt Lake City; it has implications for the entire industry, and it's a big, big industry right now," said Rob Salkowitz, a consultant and author who works with entertainment and fan events. "Everybody else in the business is going to be governed by this ruling when it comes down."

Read more at the Deseret News.

Jazz gain national spotlight

The Utah Jazz will be in the national spotlight Tuesday night when they face the Denver Nuggets in a game that will be broadcast on ESPN, according to the Deseret News.

The nationally televised game comes as the Jazz regained their spot in the playoff picture. The team sits at eighth in the Western Conference after it won back-to-back games against Chicago and Milwaukee.

Rookie Donovan Mitchell said he’s excited to see what comes from the national spotlight.

“It’s going to be fun. I played a bunch in college on (ESPN),” said Mitchell. “I see that Doris Burke is here, she’s pretty cool. I love her and it’s going to be a lot of fun playing in front of that bigger crowd, but it’s the same game, same game plan, so we’ve got to focus and lock in.”

Read more at the Deseret News.

Bali volcano set to erupt

Bali residents living in the evacuation zone have been asked to leave their homes immediately now that Mount Agung has erupted, according to CNN.

Emergency agencies warned that another large eruption could be on the way.

Mount Agung started erupting on Saturday.

Close to 100,000 people live in the danger zone, according to Indonesia’s National Board for Disaster Management.

Authorities tried to escort people out of their homes, but they faced resistance.

"Not all villagers in the dangerous radius are willing to evacuate. Until now there are still many people who remain in their houses," the disaster agency said.

Read more at CNN.


Japan detects radio signals pointing to possible North Korea missile test: source [Reuters]

Kenya election: Kenyatta vows to overcome divisions [BBC]

A woman approached The Post with dramatic — and false — tale about Roy Moore. She appears to be part of undercover sting operation. [The Washington Post]

Poor Americans would lose billions under Senate GOP tax bill [CNN Money]

Elizabeth Warren 'really couldn't believe' Trump's 'Pocahontas' comment [CNN]