SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Jan. 4.
Mitt Romney says President Donald Trump should “up his game” as he and Rep. Ben McAdams are sworn in. Read more.
We found 78 people were killed in Utah in 2018. These are their stories.
“La La Land” composer and 2019 Golden Globe nominee spoke with us about creating music for “First Man.” Read more.
Police say an intoxicated and unruly JetBlue passenger was arrested in Salt Lake City. Read more.
The wife of the mayor killed in Afghanistan asks anyone “moved by our story” to donate to a veterans charity. Read more.
Can those pushing for transgender rights find common ground with faith groups? Read a look ahead to 2019.
Here are three questions about religion to ask as you follow Congress this year.
A look ahead to your weekend:
- Your Weekend: You’ve never heard 'Sgt. Pepper’s' like this before
- 'La La Land' composer, 2019 Golden Globe nominee talks about creating music for 'First Man'
- 'Like stepping into a time machine': JazzSLC series brings John Pizzarelli to Utah
- Find out why the latest royal queen on Utah's Pioneer Theatre stage might sound familiar
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- The ethics of pelvic exams performed on anesthetized women without their knowledge
- First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issues statement on temples
- Utah's new Democratic congressman already has a target on his back, and he's not the only one
- Morning links: Tim Tebow says Taysom Hill could have been 'special' if he played on a 'better' college team
- This is the most educated town in Utah. Can you guess what it is?
News from the U.S. and world:
- Trump admin wants to send more troops to border to string concertina wire | NBC News
- China releases photos from the first mission to land on the far side of the moon | Business Insider
- China says it is restarting trade talks with the U.S. | CNN
- American charged in Russia over espionage also holds British citizenship | The Wall Street Journal
- North Korea warns U.S. to stop 'meddling' in its affairs with South Korea | USA Today