SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Dec. 28.
Astounding Vegas run proves Donny and Marie still have it — together. Read more.
It was a historic year for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Here’s a look back at 2018’s major moments.
Utah Rep. John Curtis says Congress should accept responsibility for shutdown. Read more.
A smart thermometer company reports Utah is “sickest in the nation.” Officials disagree. Read more.
Donovan Mitchell’s Utah Jazz fell to Ben Simmons’ 76ers in first game at Utah since rookie beef. Read more.
Mitchell expects pressure after becoming first Utah Jazz player with a signature shoe since Karl Malone. Read more.
A Utah fire battalion chief was hit by a vehicle on I-15. Read more.
The Utah Inland Port board clears the way for a possible tax deal with Stadler Rail. Read more.
A look ahead to your weekend:
- Your Weekend: Say goodbye to 2018 with 'AGT' trapeze artists and a Michael Jackson tribute
- Movie review: 'Holmes & Watson' is a clueless mess
- 'Hamilton,' the Harp Twins and our favorite Utah entertainment stories of 2018
- Salt Lake trapeze act bringing dangerous 'AGT' routine to Utah
- What are you doing New Year's Eve? Here are 13 Utah celebrations to welcome 2019
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- They're still the Osmond Brothers after all these years
- '14 Days of Fortnite' day 6: Where to find the golden goose egg piles
- CenturyLink customers in Utah, Idaho experience internet power outage. When will it be fixed?
- Q&A: National aging expert talks about how to avoid developing dementia in old age
- How to find 'Avengers: Infinity War' on Netflix if it doesn't show up for you
A look at national headlines:
- What will history books say about 2018? | Politico
- New York sky turns bright blue after transformer explosion | The New York Times
- Mystery hacker steals data on 1,000 North Korean defectors in South | Reuters
- NASA to photograph most distant world explored yet on New Year's Day | CNET
- Severe storm system that has already killed 2 moves toward Eastern U.S. | CNN