SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Feb. 12.
Just four high schools competed in Utah’s Ethics Bowl. Here’s what the event could teach Washington.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed a replacement bill for Proposition 3 Medicaid expansion. Read more.
The Millcreek City Council agreed to ask that the legislation in land dispute be withdrawn. Read more.
Residents of a Utah apartment complex have been given three days to evacuate. Read more.
A look at our education coverage:
- 2 schools granted reprieve from state sanctions after tests showed worsening academic performance
- Utah lawmaker pulls back proposed constitutional amendment to create appointed State School Board
- State school board updates rule on use of cellphones, electronic devices on school campuses
- Qualifying college students would pay no tuition or fees under 'access scholarship' OK'd by committee
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- President Russell M. Nelson tells 65,000 of the faith's 'Arizona battalion' to strengthen themselves and others
- 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
- Salt Lake's cloud-seeding efforts 'give Mother Nature a little something extra to work with' during snowfall
- Business Insider asks: What is life like for 'Fixer Upper' couple Chip and Joanna Gaines?
- Mother of Utah resident held 2 years in Venezuela jail dies
News from the U.S. and world:
- With shutdown looming, border deal is reached ‘in principle’ | The New York Times
- Venezuela opposition rallies to tell Maduro: Let aid in | Reuters
- Insects are dying off at record rates — an ominous sign we're in the middle of a 6th mass extinction | Business Insider
- Environment in multiple crises — report | BBC News
- Australia government loses bill blocking sick asylum seekers | BBC News