SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for March 12.
Our top stories:
The Rome Italy Temple is a “hinge point” in Latter-day Saint history, President Russell M. Nelson says. Read more.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook defended a heated exchange with a Utah Jazz fan and his wife. Read more.
Young people protested the collapse of the Utah conversion therapy bill. Read more.
Former BYU hoops coach Steve Cleveland says Cougar players leaving early is disruptive and costly. Read more.
A look at our education coverage:
- Utah Senate panel approves bill that calls for 120 days' notification of school closures, boundary changes
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News from the U.S. and world:
U.K. Parliament to hold a crucial Brexit vote | The New York Times
Tiny Costa Rica has a Green New Deal, too. It matters for the whole planet. | The New York Times
The tragedy of Baltimore | The New York Times
A California man taking a trip with his brother weeks before becoming a dad was on the fatal Ethiopian Airlines flight | CNN