There's not a whole lot new on today, with the exception of sports.
College football: Armed Forces Bowl - Middle Tennessee vs. Navy (9:45 a.m., ESPN); Music City Bowl - Georgia Tech vs. Ole Miss (1:15 p.m., ESPN): Alamo Bowl - Oregon vs. Texas (4:45 p.m,. ESPN); Holiday Bowl - Arizona State vs. Texas Tech (8:15 p.m., ESPN)
Women's college basketball (5 p.m., BYUtv): Pepperdine at BYU
NBA (7 p.m., ROOT): Charlotte Hornets at Utah Jazz
Major Crimes (7 and 9 p.m., TNT): A bomb goes off at a used-car dealership, leaving one person dead.
Independent Lens (11 p.m., PBS/Ch. 7): "How to Survive a Plague" recounts how AIDS activists worked to indentify new drugs to help patients with HIV.
|1.||SLC makes list in bid for Democratic Convention|
|2.||Turkish ‘street food with a twist’ takes a spin in Salt Lake City|
|3.||Coach: Man shot at Utah courthouse once had promising future|
|4.||Gang defendant shot, killed at new Salt Lake City federal courthouse|
|5.||Student leaders tell University of Utah president to change ‘Utah Man’ fight song|
|6.||MLB: AL capsules and gallery|
|7.||Shurtleff responds to report critical of his conduct in Jenson case|
|8.||Winds wreaking havoc in northern, western Utah|
|9.||BBB: Cancer fund spent only 8 percent of money on patients|
|10.||Monson: Jim Boylen to kill — err, coach — the Jazz?|