SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Aug. 29.
Your morning headlines:
- A top Interior official sized up Ogden as a possible location for the Bureau of Land Management’s new headquarters this week. Read more.
- The Utah Jazz announced Tuesday that the team signed Trey Lewis, a former teammate of Donovan Mitchell at Louisville. Read more.
- A 16-year-old Utah teen admitted to beating, raping a jogger who stopped to help him. Read more.
- Davis County sues several opioid makers, citing an overdose crisis. Read more.
Our most popular:
- 1 million children have their identity stolen each year and the thief may be someone you'd never expect
- Church denies Colorado woman's allegation in sexual assault lawsuit
- Jody Genessy: BYU — and Utah! — are the champions, my friends
- Red Delicious has been dethroned as America’s most popular apple. Here's your new champion
Utah Utes football
- Doug Robinson: McBride set the table for new era at Utah
- Confident Tyler Huntley eager to begin second season as Utah's starting QB
- Weber State's coaching staff has red roots
- Utah football recognized as 2008 'national poll champion' in NCAA records book
- Amended lawsuit aimed at stopping medical marijuana initiative removes religious references
- Utah County wants $22M tax hike on ballot with UTA caveat
- Mia Love campaign commercial touts her role in freeing Josh Holt
- Utah candidates must 'walk fine line' given legal drama surrounding Trump
Other national headlines
- Trump on trade deal: 'We're working on Canada' [CNN]
- 160 undocumented workers detained in Texas immigration bust [ABC News]
- Mother who lost daughter in Parkland shooting wins spot on school board [CNN]
- Russia will hold its biggest war games since the end of the Cold War [Reuters]
- UN: Suspected war crimes in Yemen committed by all sides [Al Jazeera]