SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for April 3.
The signing ceremony for Utah’s hate crime bill was marked by emotion.
Republicans invoke women’s rights in new effort to oppose controversial Equality Act.
Looking to watch, listen or attend the 189th Annual General Conference? We’ve got the details.
Salt Lake City mall’s owners report “dramatic” crime drop and urge Utahns to come back.
A look at our political coverage:
- Salt Lake City mayor urges action on climate change in testimony before congressional committee
- Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, GOP colleagues in 'preliminary talks' on health care reform plan
- Enrollment for Utah's Medicaid expansion opens; advocates blast plan for leaving behind thousands
- Got renewable energy? Massive lands bill means more potential projects for Utah school trust lands
- 'I feel incredibly prepared': Meet Salt Lake County's new mayor
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- Uncovering secret that led to son's suicide; Utah familyshares story
- Hallmark's 'When Calls the Heart' showrunner Alfonso Moreno preparing for Season 6 creative retooling
- April Fools' Day prank article says Lori Loughlin's Aunt Becky and Uncle Jesse will get divorced (it's a joke)
- Dick Harmon: Has time come for BYU to hire an experienced Division I basketball coach instead of the norm?
- Keeping up with President Russell M. Nelson: 'It's going to be a busy year'
News from the U.S. and world:
- Making a better future | BBC News
- The mystery Samoan in my family tree | BBC News
- Mosul: A city still in ruins, two years after defeat of IS | BBC News
- How Rupert Murdoch’s empire of influence remade the world | The New York Times
- What’s life like as a student at USC? Depends on the size of the bank account | The New York Times