SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for March 11.
A look at our top stories this morning:
In Rome on Monday, all of the Latter-day Saint apostles make ‘powerful’ statement. Read more.
President Russell M. Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints referred to apostles Peter and Paul during Rome Temple dedication. Read more.
Watch: The Prophet and the Pope: President Russell M. Nelson’s historic meeting with Pope Francis.
Oklahoma City Thunder Russell Westbrook’s numbers dwarf the Utah Jazz all-time number of triple-doubles. Read more.
Here are nine things to know before attending the Sri Ganesha Hindu temple open house.
This BYU professor entered a mountain bike race from Canada to Puerto Rico. Here’s what happened next.
Inside the newsroom: This concept could change your approach to life. Read more.
Here are five stories to catch you up on the sixth week of the Utah Legislature.
A look at our InDepth coverage:
A look at our most read stories:Comment on this story
News from the U.S. and world:
Ethiopian Airlines: Flight recorders recovered from crash site | BBC News
Deal, no deal, or delay? May's future in the balance as Brexit enters decisive week | CNN
Turkey's economy slides into recession | BBC News
In budget, Trump to ask Congress for $8.6 billion for border wall | Reuters
U.S.-North Korea tensions approach boiling point | The Hill