SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for April 18.
The Tiger Woods comeback story teaches us something about forgiveness and redemption.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren stopped in Utah on Wednesday.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee opened up about Trump’s veto of ending U.S. aid to Saudi-led war in Yemen.
A look at our most-read stories:
- Tom Christofferson: Church policy change should remind us to listen with love this Easter
- How Chip Cookies, Ruby Snap and others are fighting not to crumble in Utah's saturated dessert market
- BYU's Mark Pope putting together staff, setting sights on international recruiting
- As renovation looms, how will officials protect the iconic Salt Lake Temple from fire?
- Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder calls Houston Rockets guard Chris Paula ‘better coach than me’
Read more from our featured voices:
- Boyd Matheson: Is God still interested in human beings?
- Lois Collins: Notre Dame, Arch of Palmyra tie us together in grief and joy across generations
- Tiffany Gee Lewis: Alive at Easter
- Arianne Brown: Reading an obituary mentioning suicide gave me hope
News from the U.S. and world:
- Can a Greek tragedy help heal a scarred city? | The New York Times
- The case against solitary confinement | Vox
- The most measured person in tech is running the most chaotic place on the internet | The New York Times
- How the FBI retraced the steps of a Florida teen 'infatuated' with the Columbine massacre | CNN
- The ancient memories trapped in the world’s glaciers | BBC News