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Ambassador Jon M. Huntsman Jr., his wife Mary Kaye and daughter Asha walk with their dog Samy in Moscow, Russia, on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018.

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for April 9.

A look at our top headlines:

We looked into how a new lawsuit affects the growing debate on religious freedom on death row.

Sources told the Deseret News that Ambassador Jon Huntsman Jr. is not ruling out another run for Utah governor.

A robbery suspect was killed in a hail of gunfire after chase through Salt Lake City.

U.S. House of Representatives approved Colorado River drought plans.

BYUtv released a new Jimmer Fredette documentary called “The Lonely Master.”

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Utah Jazz’s most likely odds are to remain the fifth seed against Portland Trail Blazers in the 2019 NBA playoffs.

A look back at general conference coverage:

A look at our most-read stories:

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