SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Dec. 6.
A look at our top headlines:
A marine, husband and new father: Friends remembered the life of South Salt Lake police officer killed by fleeing vehicle. Read more.
Nick Emery didn’t miss a beat in the BYU Cougars’ 95-80 rout over Utah State. Read more.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints finalized its pageant decision. Read more.
Deseret News sports writer Dick Harmon wrote about how Bronco Mendenhall is influencing Kalani Sitake’s approach to coaching BYU football. Read more.
Puerto Rico would like to work with Utah. Blockchain might be involved. Read more.
Utah households are among the most connected, census shows. Read more.
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Don’t miss our story on BYU legend Ty Detmer, who talked about his love of hunting and his time coaching at BYU. Read more.
A look at our featured voices:
- Lois Collins: Stop politicizing everything, especially the earth
- Jay Evensen: Medical marijuana and the elusive will of the people
- Erin Stewart: How to give experiences for Christmas without breaking the bank
- Pignanelli and Webb: Political intrigue amidst the holiday season
- Amy Choate-Nielsen: When time refuses to stand still, it's time to make a move
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- BYU student dies after fall from campus building deemed suicide
- Burger King is giving away 1-cent Whoppers, but you have to visit McDonald's first
- Ahead of Utah shows, David Archuleta gets candid about his music, self-esteem and going to therapy
- Utah Jazz set franchise record for 3-pointers in blowout of San Antonio Spurs
- Brad Rock: Losing Matt Wells says good things about Utah State
- Some allowed back into devastated town of Paradise after deadly California fire | NBC News
- UK Parliament just dealt a blow to Theresa May. What’s next for Brexit? | Vox
- North Korea is expanding missile base with eye toward U.S., experts warn | The New York Times
- Huawei CFO arrest 'violates human rights', China says | BBC News
- Second U.S. Marine found, five missing, after midair collision off Japan coast | The Washington Post