SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for April 11.
A look at the top stories:
- BYU names Mark Pope its new head basketball coach
- 15 Utah officers on leave following 'worst nightmare' Salt Lake shooting spree
- Utah Jazz beat Denver Nuggets and the No. 5 seed is assured, but playoff opponent is out of their control
- Sundance co-founder and former University of Utah, BYU film professor charged with child sexual abuse
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- Jenet Erickson: Gather the women andpray for peace
- Larry Pressler: America is wounded, but we can still overcome
- Jay Evensen: Has ranked choice voting's day come for Utah?
- Erin Stewart: Raising tolerant children who 'reduce hate and contention'
- Amy Choate-Nielsen: In today's frenetic world, sometimes the body — and mind — need a cleanse
News from the U.S. and world:
- Kellyanne and George Conway: The marriage that bridges the divide | BBC News
- The inside story of a 6-year-old boy's death. And the trainee doctor who took the blame. | BBC News
- How democracies don’t die | The Atlantic
- Katie Bouman: The woman behind the first black hole image | BBC News
- Sudan’s longtime ruler has reportedly stepped down | Quartz
- Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, is arrested in London | The New York Times