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  • Sen. Mike Lee sees staff changes after chief of staff resigns
    Sen. Mike Lee has shuffled his top aides after Neil Ashdown resigned as chief of staff last week for family reasons. He'd been on the job for about fo...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:27 pm   |     |   Share
  • FILE - In this March 19, 2015, file photo, President Barack Obama, flanked by senior adviser Brian Deese, left, and Christina Goldfuss, managing director of the Council on Environmental Quality, speaks at Energy Department in Washington. In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will pledge to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by up to 28 percent as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House’s plans.  (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) US offer for global climate treaty: 28 percent emissions cut
    Washington • In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will offer a roughly 28 percent emissions cut as its contribution to a major glob...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:09 pm   |     |   Share
  • BLM allows old unplugged wells to fester in Utah, former employee’s report says.
    The Seep Ridge No. 3 well never produced much oil and gas. And it has been dormant since 2000 — five years after the well was acquired by a one-man V...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:42 pm   |     |   Share
  • SPONSORED ARTICLE
    The Dynamic Growth of Utah’s Commercial Real Estate Sector
    During the past decade, an exciting and dynamic change has taken place across the Wasatch Front. World-class high rises and state-of-the-art office bu...
    Updated Mar 16 2015 09:54 am   |     |   Share

  • POLITICS
    News roundup: How the passport information of world leaders, including Obama’s, got leaked
    The next Daily Show host. How Obama’s passport info got leaked. The LDS Church’s lobbying practices. Happy Monday. Talk about an uh-oh moment. An Au...

    Updated Mar 30 2015 03:15 pm   |     |   Share

  • FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, retired FBI agent Robert G. Lustyik Jr., leaves federal court in Salt Lake City after pleading not guilty to charges of trying to derail an investigation into a defense contract scandal in exchange for promises of riches that apparently never materialized. Lustyik is set to go to trial in Utah Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, accused of trying to derail an investigation into a defense contract scandal in exchange for promises of riches. Prosecutors say Lustyik, a counterintelligence officer based in White Plains, N.Y., agreed to Utah judge sentences former FBI agent to 10 years in federal fraud case
    A federal judge on Monday sentenced a former FBI counterintelligence agent to 10 years in a federal prison for scheming to defraud the U.S. government...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:55 pm   |     |   Share
  • File-This March 6, 2015, file photo shows Defense Secretary Ash Carter, speaking during a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony at the Pentagon.  Carter is considering easing some military enlistment standards as part of a broader set of initiatives to better attract and keep quality service members and civilians across the Defense Department. While there are few details yet, Carter is exploring whether to adjust some of the requirements for certain military jobs, such as those involving cyber or high-tech expertise.  (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) Pentagon chief considers easing of enlistment standards
    Abington, Pa. • Saying the military needs to do more to compete with corporate America for quality recruits, Defense Secretary Ash Carter opened the d...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 02:21 pm   |     |   Share
  • (Francisco Kjolseth  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)   
A new murder trial begins for Douglas Anderson Lovell, 57, charged with aggravated murder for allegedly kidnapping and killing 39-year-old Joyce Yost in 1985 to keep her from testifying against him in a rape case. Lovell who appeared in 2nd District Court, in Ogden on Monday, March, 16, 2015, is seen facing into the courtroom gallery where the jury was being selected for his trial. Only the killer, and his wife, knew fate of missing Utah woman
    For six years after Joyce Yost disappeared, only Douglas Anderson Lovell and one other person knew what had happened to the woman. Lovell’s wife, Rhon...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:57 pm   |     |   Share
  • FAITH
    (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson, President Henry B. Eyring,first counselor in the First Presidency, and President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor, talk at the morning session of the 183rd Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Saturday April 6, 2013. ` New policy lets female reporters attend all-male Mormon priesthood session
    For the first time in years, the LDS Church is allowing all reporters — including females — into the all-male priesthood session of the faith’s Genera...
    Updated Mar 27 2015 02:07 pm   |     |   Share

  • Collection gets underway to help Utah’s homeless cope with sunny weather
    An April collection drive for the Salt Lake Valley’s homeless focuses not on clothing or food, but on sunblock. The Salt Lake County Health Department...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:17 pm   |     |   Share
  • Smoke rises from an area due to Saudi-led airstrikes in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, March 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed) Saudi-led forces strike Yemen rebels, blockade ports
    Sanaa, Yemen • Saudi-led naval forces imposed a blockade on Yemen’s ports as coalition airstrikes on Monday repelled an advance on the southern port c...
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  • High court: Sex offender can challenge GPS monitoring
    Washington • The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a North Carolina sex offender should have another chance to challenge an order that he wear a GPS mon...
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  • TRIBTALK
    Trib Talk: Utah vs. Duke in the Sweet 16
    12:15 pm. • Fifth-seed Utah (26-8) takes on top seed Duke (31-4) in an NCAA Sweet 16 men’s basketball matchup Friday at 7:45 p.m. MDT in Houston. Utah...
    Updated Mar 27 2015 01:34 pm   |     |   Share

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Timothy Tyler Andrew Walker, who is facing felony drug and evasion charges, and his lawyer in the 5th District court Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014. Former NASCAR driver sentenced to jail for police chase that ended in Utah
    A former NASCAR driver who led police on a 150 mph chase through three states was sentenced Monday by a Utah judge to 90 days in jail. Timothy Tyler A...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 12:24 pm   |     |   Share
  • Courtesy  |  Ben Bromley, University of Utah

In this acrylic painting, University of Utah astrophysicist Ben Bromley envisions the view of a double sunset from an uninhabited Earthlike planet orbiting a pair of binary stars. In a new study, Bromley and Scott Kenyon of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory performed mathematical analysis and simulations showing that it is possible for a rocky planet to form around binary stars, like Luke Skywalker’s home planet Tatooine in the “Star Wars” films. So far, NASA’s Kepler space telescope has found only gas-giant planets like Saturn or Neptune orbiting binary stars. More Star Wars ‘Tatooine’-style planets with two suns possible, University of Utah study says
    Luke Skywalker would likely feel at home on a number of real-life planets. Giant, rocky masses orbiting two suns have a place outside of Hollywood, a...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:59 pm   |     |   Share
  • Victim in suspected Ogden DUI crash said improving
    An Ogden woman hurt in a weekend multi-vehicle remained in intensive care Monday, but her condition had been upgraded to serious, police said. Ogden p...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 03:16 pm   |     |   Share
  • TRIBTALK
    Behind the Headlines: Firing squads return, Stericyle could burn more, Dabakis may run, Google is coming to SLC
    Firing squads return as an option for inmates on Utah’s Death Row. Stericycle plans to burn even more medical waste at a proposed Tooele County plant....
    Updated Mar 27 2015 09:14 am   |     |   Share

  • (Leah Hogsten  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Brianne Altice, 35, was taken into custody and ordered to stand trial in 2nd District Court after Judge John R. Morris refused to set bail on Thursday. Altice is facing a total of 14 felony charges for allegedly having sexual relationships with three male students: five counts of first-degree felony rape, two counts of first-degree felony forcible sodomy, three counts of second-degree felony forcible sexual abuse, along with three counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor and one count of dealing harmful material to a minor, all third-degree felonies. Judge orders separate trials for Utah teacher accused of having sex with three students
    A former Davis High School teacher accused of having sex with three male students, will have three separate trials, a judge ruled Monday. And there wi...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 04:10 pm   |     |   Share
  • SLCPD: DUI suspected in pickup-into-house crash
    Police suspect alcohol may have been a factor in the crash of a pickup truck into a northwest Salt Lake City house Monday morning. SLCPD Detective Gre...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 03:33 pm   |     |   Share
  • Prosecution rests its case against Boston Marathon bomber
    Boston • Prosecutors rested their case against Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday after jurors in his federal death penalty trial saw ...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 11:00 am   |     |   Share
  • POLITICS
    News roundup: 13 words the media are not supposed to write about Hillary Clinton
    Banned words for Hillary Clinton. Harry Reid to hang it up. Opposition to the Becky Lockhart Highway. Happy Friday. No Mormon has held a higher poli...

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  • FILE - This May 6, 2014 photo courtesy of the Quay County Sun, shows construction crews working on a shaft that will house an intake structure on the south shore of Ute Lake near Logan, N.M. The shaft, is the first phase of the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority’s $550 million Ute pipeline project. The pipeline project intended to bring billions of gallons of water each year to a drought-stricken section of eastern New Mexico represents a lifeline to parched communities.  The lifeline, however, may not actually reach the region for more than a decade before wells dry up, and officials say some areas don’t have that long before wells dry up.  The slow pace of construction underscores the challenges that many states are facing.  (AP Photo/Quay County Sun,Thomas Garcia) Federal funding in short supply for rural water projects in Utah, other states
    Albuquerque, N.M. • A pipeline project intended to bring billions of gallons of water a year to a drought-stricken section of eastern New Mexico repre...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 10:52 am   |     |   Share
  •  A caution sign on a fence in front of ore from the Pandora Mine outside La Sal. The idled mine is part of a proposed expansion of a mine complex owned by Energy Fuels Inc.. 5/23/07  Jim Urquhart/Salt Lake Tribune Forest Service takes second look at Utah uranium project
    The U.S. Forest Service is rethinking a recent decision authorizing the expansion of the La Sal uranium mining complex in San Juan County. Forest Serv...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 10:34 am   |     |   Share
  • SLCPD: Ex-con nabbed on vehicle theft, drugs, hit-and-run allegations
    An ex-con faces a possible return to prison after being arrested over the weekend in Salt Lake City on vehicle theft, hit-and-run and drug charges. SL...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 12:26 pm   |     |   Share
  • FILE - This Aug. 30, 2012, file photo, shows a variety of apples in Concord, N.H. A study published Monday, March 30, 2015, in JAMA Internal Medicine challenges the old adage: An apple a day may not keep the doctor away, study says
    Chicago • An apple a day doesn’t necessarily keep the doctor away. That’s according to proverb-busting research that found daily apple eaters had just...
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  • In this image made from video and released by WJLA-TV, authorities investigate the scene of a accident near a gate to Fort Meade, Md., on Monday, March 30, 2015. A spokesman at Fort Meade says two people are being treated for injuries at one of the gates of the sprawling Army installation near Baltimore. (AP Photo/WJLA-TV) MANDATORY CREDIT U.S. official: Reports say 1 dead in firefight after car tries to ram Fort Meade gate
    Fort Meade, Md. • One person was killed in a firefight that erupted Monday after a car with two people tried to ram a gate at the Fort Meade, Md., mil...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 09:39 am   |     |   Share
  • SLCPD: Man attacked, robbed by 2 suspects on Jordan River Parkway
    Police seek information about two men who assaulted and robbed a man hiking along a Salt Lake City stretch of the Jordan River Parkway over the weeken...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 12:25 pm   |     |   Share
  • In this Monday, March 23, 2015 photo, National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis, right, and the head of the National Park Foundation Dan Wenk walk at the World War II Memorial on the National Mall in Washington. With its centennial approaching in 2016, the park service will launch a major campaign Thursday, April 2 in New York City to raise support and introduce a new, more diverse generation of millennials and children to National parks call on Americans to ‘Find Your Park’
    Washington • After nearly 100 years, the National Park Service holds some of the most beautiful and historic places in the country, though there’s als...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 09:15 am   |     |   Share
  • (Al Hartmann  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Salt Lake Police officer recruit Shawn Bennett, left, interviews Brendon Scott (also a recruit) in a mock trespassing situation. Bennet keeps the situation calm and determines Scott is homeless, confused and possibly off his medications. They switch roles a few minutes later. They both wear headphones with distracting background voices playing to simulate what a mentally ill person might hear in everyday life. It was a part of CIT (crisis intervention training) for police, which shows them how to de-escalate encounters with the mentally ill at the Salt Lake City Public Safety Building Wednesday Jan 15. Weekend Rewind: News and photos you may have missed
    Former federal water manager proposes tearing down Glen Canyon Dam • Former U.S. Bureau of Reclamation commissioner Daniel Beard says Congress has a s...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 10:59 am   |     |   Share
  • Thousands of opponents of Indiana Senate Bill 101, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, gathered on the lawn of the Indiana State House to rally against that legislation Saturday, March 28, 2015.  Indiana's law has been widely criticized by businesses and organizations around the country. (AP Photo/Doug McSchooler) After backlash, Indiana plans language to ‘clarify’ religious objections law
    Indianapolis • Indiana’s Republican legislative leaders said Monday they’re working on adding language to a new state law to make it clear that it doe...
    Updated Mar 30 2015 09:37 am   |     |   Share
  • (Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  

The Stevens-Henager campus in Murray, Friday, March 20, 2015. CollegeAmerica and affiliated schools accused of deceiving students about value of degrees
    An ad for CollegeAmerica — a division of the Utah-based Center for Excellence in Higher Education Inc. (CEHE) — tells prospective students there’s a ...
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