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Last week, 96 percent of you knew about The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square’s name change, but only 51 percent knew just how prevalent suicidal thoughts are among Utah teens. Think you kept up with the news this week? Take our quiz to find out. A new…

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Broncos crush Cardinals, snap four-game slide

Glendale, Ariz. • Von Miller vowed his Denver Broncos would kick the Arizona Cardinals’ behind, except he didn’t say behind.Consider it a promise kept.Emmanuel Sanders threw and caught touchdown passes, Denver returned two interceptions for first-quart…

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Red Sox finish off Astros in five games, head to World Series

Houston • David Price put his postseason woes behind him, pitching the Boston Red Sox back into another World Series with a 4-1 victory over the defending champion Houston Astros on Thursday night.Rafael Devers hit a three-run homer as the Red Sox stun…

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Ex-deputy A.G. sues Salt Lake County prosecutors, alleges he was wrongfully jailed as part of Swallow probe

A key witness in the public-corruption case against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow filed a lawsuit Thursday against Salt Lake County prosecutors, alleging they had him unconstitutionally jailed in order to sway his testimony in the state’s f…

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Real Salt Lake responds to changes, blasts New England 4-1

Sandy • If there was a time for Real Salt Lake coach Mike Petke to swing for the fences, Thursday’s game against the New England Revolution was it.He chose to sit defender Justen Glad for the first time in 50 games. He chose to start Nedum Onuoha and L…

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The alleged leader of a Salt Lake City opioid-drug ring faces a new charge tied to a person’s overdose death

A grand jury handed down a new indictment Thursday in a case involving a Salt Lake City opioid-drug ring, implicating the group’s alleged leader in the 2016 overdose death of a patron.Aaron Michael Shamo, 27, was indicted in 2017 on 12 counts related t…

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Trump threatens drastic action on immigration in hopes of energizing Republican voters

Washington • Facing a spike in unauthorized immigration, President Donald Trump on Thursday lashed out at Democrats and the leaders of Latin American nations, seeking to deflect blame and mitigate political damage by riling up his base just weeks befor…

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Salt Lake County’s last working cattle ranch holds a fall festival, including a big corn maze

Attendees at the 2018 Fall Festival at Cross E Ranch in Salt Lake City could fly down a 100-foot mega slide feet first, get lost in a 14-acre corn maze and take a hay ride out to see the cows. “We’re holding the festival because we love family and agri…

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Bagley Cartoon: Campaign Cash Carpet Bombing

This Pat Bagley cartoon appears in The Salt Lake Tribune on Friday, Oct. 19, 2018. You can check out the past 10 Bagley editorial cartoons below:<a href=”https://www.sltrib.com/opinion/bagley/2018/10/18/bagley-cartoon-married/” target=_blank><…

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A sixth national park in Utah? Nah, some lawmakers want instead a 44th state park in reduced Grand Staircase

After President Donald Trump reduced the boundaries of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Rep. Chris Stewart proposed a bill that would, in part, turn a piece of it into Utah’s sixth national park.State lawmakers suggested Thursday that they’…

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Part of the National Soccer Hall of Fame’s first class inducted in Frisco, Don Garber is still growing MLS into a world player

FRISCO — Don Garber would like you to know that he’s still working. The Major League Soccer commissioner is set to be enshrined in the National Soccer Hall of Fame on Saturday, part of the first class to be inducted at the new facility that forms the …

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Behind the Headlines: Rep. Mia Love calls on Ben McAdams to withdraw; 4 women seek a special prosecutor for sex assault cases; and an unsolved murder highlights cold case investigations

Rep. Mia Love says the Federal Election Commission has cleared her of illegal fundraising and that her challenger, Ben McAdams, is unethical and should withdraw from the race. Also, four women ask the Utah Supreme Court to assign a special prosecutor t…

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Poor and middle-income Utahns pay more of their income for taxes than do the rich, study says

Low- and middle-income Utahns pay a significantly bigger share of their income for taxes than do the rich, a new study says.The poorest 20 percent of Utah households — which earn less than $23,000 a year — pay 7.53 percent of their income for taxes. Th…

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Skyridge’s Ma’a Notoa excels after returning from severe knee injury

Lehi • It’s late fourth quarter of a close game at Viewmont High School. The Skyridge High School football team is on the verge of its fourth straight win to start the 2017 season. Naturally, the Falcons turn to then-junior star running back Ma’a Notoa…

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Clergywomen numbers increased significantly in two decades, sometimes equaling men

The share of women in the ranks of American clergy has doubled — and sometimes tripled — in some denominations during the past two decades, a new report shows.“I was really surprised, in a way, at how much progress there’s been in 20 years,” said the r…

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If West Coast Conference teams — including BYU — have Gonzaga Fatigue, they didn’t show it at the league’s annual basketball media day

Las Vegas • The hierarchy in the West Coast Conference men’s basketball race is often referred to as the “Big Three” because Gonzaga, Saint Mary’s and BYU — usually in that order — have ruled the league since the Cougars joined it in 2011.In reality, i…

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Monson: Utah is losing Jack Tuttle, its best-ever quarterback recruit. Who’s to blame?

Jack Tuttle, the best quarterback recruit Utah has ever landed — no, I did not say the best quarterback — is transferring and we’ve got to find somebody to blame. It is our duty. You don’t just let a four-star guy coming out of California’s quarterback…

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MoviePass operations under investigation by New York attorney general

New York • The company that runs the beleaguered MoviePass discount service for movie tickets is being investigated by the New York Attorney General on allegations that it misled investors.Parent company Helios and Matheson of New York said in a prepar…

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Former Newtown officials push back against report critical of shooter’s education

Hartford, Conn. • Former educators in the Connecticut town where 20 children and six adults were shot to death in an elementary school are pushing back against a state report that was critical of how the shooter’s education was handled.The former Newto…

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Former Newtown officials push back against report critical of shooter’s education

Hartford, Conn. • Former educators in the Connecticut town where 20 children and six adults were shot to death in an elementary school are pushing back against a state report that was critical of how the shooter’s education was handled.The former Newto…

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