SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Oct. 16.
There was plenty of friction in Utah’s 4th Congressional District debate between Mia Love and Ben McAdams. Read more.
More parents across the country are missing child support payments. Here’s what one state is doing in response.
An audit found that tuition at Utah’s public colleges increased dramatically as the State Board of Regents did little to control costs. Read more.
Gov. Gary Herbert declares a state of emergency due to the drought as Utah heads into winter. Read more.
BYU’s change in quarterback means a reversal of roles for Zach Wilson and Tanner Mangum. Read more.
Millions of Facebook users were hacked. Here’s how to find out if you’re one of those users.
How new birth control legislation has caused confusion in Utah. Read more.
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- Mia Love: Incumbent notes heated campaign brings personal cost
- Ben McAdams:Democratic challenger disappointed with tone of race
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- Saudi missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi: Explanation expected from Saudi Arabia as Mike Pompeo arrives [CBS News]
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- Ebola experts pulled from Congo amid ongoing outbreak [CNN]
- Xinjiang top official defends Uighur 'internment camps' [BBC News]
- How New Zealand is trying to take on child poverty [[BBC News](https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-45819681)]