SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Feb. 11.
Utah has become increasingly urbanized. A new bill would help protect farms from nuisance complaints. Read more.
President Russell M. Nelson told a crowd of 65,000 in Arizona to strengthen themselves and others through faith. Read more
The mother of a Utah resident who was held for two years in Venezuela has died. Read more.
Utah’s new professional football team, the Salt Lake Stallions, suffered a 38-22 loss to the Arizona Hotshots. Read more.
The 2019 Grammys were Sunday night. So who won the big night? Read more.
A look at our most-read stories:
- BYU grinds out win over physical Pacific with strong defensive effort down the stretch
- Dick Harmon: Running back coach AJ Steward still on high alert for backfield talent at BYU
- A Utah Orthodox rabbi said his childhood nanny sexually abused him for 10 years. Here's why he decided to tell his story for the first time
- Brad Rock: Utah Jazz are making a good living off snubs
A look at our InDepth coverage:Comment on this story
- This Utah Orthodox rabbi said his childhood nanny sexually abused him for 10 years
- Court rules for religious student group in clash between LGBTQ, religious rights
- How this Sundance film seeks to 'fuel outrage' about how people with mental illness are treated
- Trump expresses support for faith groups in National Prayer Breakfast speech
- Paying for success: The story of how Utah became a leader in social impact investing
News from the U.S. and world:
- California governor to reduce National Guard presence at border | Fox News
- U.S. and South Korea reach deal on military costs | NPR
- U.S. warships again challenge Beijing's claims in South China Sea | CNN
- U.S.-backed Kurdish forces launch 'final push' against ISIS in Syria | NPR
- Can this technology put an end to bullying? | BBC News