SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for March 4.
A look at our top stories:
Utah could become the second state with a law that would automatically wipe away nonviolent criminal records. Here’s how it would work.
We looked into how these three Utah attorneys are advocating for asylum-seekers. Read more.
Sports columnist Brad Rock says the Utah Jazz’s recent fortune shows success in the NBA can come from middle America. Read more.
Here are five stories to catch you up on the fifth week of the Utah legislature.
Utah State and the Mountain West Conference are looking into a postgame incident following the Aggies' upset over Nevada. Read more.
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News from the U.S. and world:
At least 23 killed when tornadoes rip through Alabama; death toll expected to rise, officials say | ABC News
Impending Mueller report may just be the beginning of Trump's investigation woes | CNN
As Trump and Kim met, North Korean hackers hit over 100 targets in U.S. and ally nations | The New York Times
Juan Guaido calls for mass protests before return to Venezuela | Al Jazeera
Space power plant and a mission to Mars: China's new plans to conquer the final frontier | CNN