Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Skyline of Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018.

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for April 2.

A Utah teenager took his life in 2017. His family only discovered why years later.

A Utah ethics slam asks: Is public shaming ethical?

Enrollment for Utah’s Medicaid expansion opens. Why are advocates unhappy with the plan?

The Utah Jazz defeated the Charlotte Hornets on Monday night.

“Glee” alum Lea Michele will star in a new live “Little Mermaid” adaptation.

Is Utah the least stressed state in the country? Nope.

A look at our education coverage:

  • 63 Utah schools to receive child abuse education
  • Lawmakers eye early steps to close gaps revealed in death of University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey
  • More Utah women dying by suicide, as researcher seeks better antidepressants for high altitudes
  • Is there a wage gap at Utah colleges, universities? Update to 1985 policy asks for wage, salary data
  • Refugees make their mark in robotics competition

A look at our most popular stories:

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  • Doug Robinson: BYU needs to break away from the status quo. Here's how the Cougars can start
  • In our opinion: Removing Chick-fil-A from a Texas airport is not the tolerant step America needs right now
  • More Utah women dying by suicide, as researcher seeks better antidepressants for high altitudes
  • A look at how the wild, wild West might shake out for the NBA and the Utah Jazz

News from the U.S. and world:

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  • The opioid epidemic is increasingly killing black Americans. Baltimore is ground zero. | Vox
  • The worse things are, the better they are for Trump | The Atlantic
  • Almost everyone got 2016 wrong. We should try to predict 2020 anyway. | Vox
  • Canada is warming at twice the global rate, report says | CNN