Elaine Thompson, Associated Press
In this Jan. 22, 2018, file photo a shopper scans an Amazon Go app on a cellphone while entering an Amazon Go store in Seattle. A small number of restaurants and stores are going cash-free in the U.S., looking to cater to customers who increasingly pay with a card or smartphone. But a backlash is growing against the practice that some say discriminates against those who lack back accounts or rely on cash for most of their daily transactions. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for April 29.

Economists believe the U.S. will go cashless within the lifetime of millennials. But will it come at a cost?

E-scooters are expanding into new Utah neighborhoods, including the University of Utah’s Research Park.

Wonder how to handle swarming honeybees? Don’t kill them, according to Utah beekeepers.

Former Utah State football quarterback Eric Hipple has a story to tell, and it’s not about football.

Several football players with Utah ties are signing undrafted free-agent deals after the NFL draft.

West Valley police are investigating a fatal shooting at a restaurant parking lot.

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