SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for March 21.
A look at our top stories this morning:
The college admissions scandal revealed what can happen when a moral compass breaks. How can people fix this? Read more.
NCAA Tournament hits Salt Lake City today. Here’s what you need to know about the first-round games.
There’s a reason why the Utah Republican chairman says he won’t seek another term. Read more.
Donny and Marie Osmond teased a “huge announcement” for “Good Morning America” on Thursday. Read more.
An inspired Donovan Mitchell scored 30 points against the New York Knicks with his mother and her sorority sisters in attendance. Read more.
After 74 years, a Utah woman will bury her father whose World War II bomber was shot down over Germany. Read more.
A look at our featured voices:
- Lois Collins: The kids will bear the real brunt of the college admissions scandal
- Jay Evensen: Should Utah's Legislature meet longer?
- Tiffany Gee Lewis: Can there be such a thing as a productive crisis?
- Arianne Brown: Thoughts on the prospect of my son entering the world of college athletics
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- Arizona mother behind popular YouTube channel arrested for allegedly beating and starving the channel's child stars
- Mitt Romney, Utah governor and others react to release of Latter-day Saint volunteers from Russia detention
- Girls who have a twin brother are less likely to graduate from college, get married, have children. Here's why
- Utah Sen. Mitt Romney chastises President Donald Trump for disparaging remarks about late Sen. John McCain
- 45 rattlesnakes found under Texas house. Here's why
News from U.S. and world:
- Top Scores: Can video game music change the way you play? | BBC News
- The evolution of ISIS: From a rogue state to a tiny sliver | The New York Times
- The fight to tame a swelling river with dams outmatched by climate change | The New York Times
- New Zealand seeks quick ban on nearly all semi-automatic weapons | NBC News
- Cyclone Idai: '15,000 people still need to be rescued' | BBC News