Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
BYU head men's basketball coach Dave Rose announces his retirement at a news conference inside the Marriott Center at BYU on Tuesday, March 26, 2019.

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for March 27.

A look at our top headlines:

What does the Senate vote against New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Dealreally mean?

A majority of U.S. adults support LGBTQ nondiscrimination protections. But they might oppose current efforts in Congress to put them in place.

BYU basketball icon Dave Rose announced his retirement on Tuesday.

“Seinfeld” actor Jason Alexander keeps coming back to Utah Valley University for an important reason.

“Provo’s Most Eligible” creators announced a winner and a new show at the finale event.

A Utah woman survived a week stuck in snow thanks to preparedness.

Donovan Mitchell got a bridge named after him in Salt Lake City.

A look at our most-read stories:

Five possible candidates who could replace Dave Rose as BYU's next head coach

Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade says parents 'ruined' her life with college scandal, report says

Here are the 2019 Wasatch Front Sterling Scholar winners and runners-up

Who is Mark Pope? And will he become BYU's next head basketball coach?

Review our sports highlights:

Arsenio Hall visited Utah for Michael Jordan’s 'Flu Game.' Now he’s finally back

Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell gets a bridge named after him in Salt Lake City

BYU women's basketball: Cougars hope to emulate Stanford in the future

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Utah gymnastics headed to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for NCAA regionals, BYU to join them

News from U.S. and world:

Why did prosecutors drop all charges against Jussie Smollett? | CNN

Barbara Bush: Did she still consider herself a Republican? 'I'd probably say no today.' | USA Today

They grew up around fossil fuels. Now, their jobs are in renewables. | The New York Times

George Conway: Trump is guilty — of being unfit for office | The Washington Post

Mueller’s investigation erases a line drawn after Watergate | The New York Times