SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Feb. 1.
Five Silicon Slopes co-founders committed $1 million donation each to computer science courses in Utah schools. Read more.
Utah Jazz president Steve Starks said it’s “nonsense” that Rudy Gobert was passed over for All-Star Game. Read more.
No. 4 Gonzaga absolutely pounded BYU, 93-63, on Thursday night. Read more.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert’s proposed sales tax cut “not going to happen,” a lawmaker said. Read more.
Utah’s food bloggers shared their nine favorite Super Bowl snacks.Read more.
A look ahead to your weekend:
- Your Weekend: Get your head in the game
- Movie review: 'Mike Wallace is Here' is one of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival's most fascinating films
- Movie review: Peter Jackson trades the Shire for reality in powerful WWI doc 'They Shall Not Grow Old'
- BYU's Vocal Point talks new record deal, upcoming shows
- First trauma, then LARPing: Sundance’s 'The Magic Life of V' examines a unique therapy
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- The new frontlines in the battle over late-term abortions: Why a new law in New York and one proposed in Virginia alarm the pro-life movement
News from the U.S. and world:
- Cory Booker announces he is running for president | CNN
- Trump, in interview, calls wall talks ‘waste of time’ and dismisses investigations | The New York Times
- Senate rebukes Trump’s plan to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria, Afghanistan | The Washington Post
- U.S. to suspend nuclear arms control treaty with Russia | The New York Times
- Gigantic hole two-thirds the size of Manhattan discovered in Antarctic glacier | CNN