SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Aug. 5.
A look at our morning lineup:
A look at our InDepth coverage:
- Is leaving a child to die in a hot car a memory lapse or a crime?
- Want to know what makes consumers mad? Here are the top complaints of 2018
- Federal Reserve officially cut interest rates. Now experts worry they are interfering too much
- Q&A: Instead of what they want to be when they grow up, young people should ponder a different question
- Capitalism lite: Are youth finance and entrepreneurship programs beneficial or burdensome?
A look at our most popular stories:
- Boozeless bars and a year without beer: What innovators are doing to curb society’s drinking problem
- ‘It was like an out-of-body experience’: 18-year-old Utahn on winning national high school theater competition
- Bullying led Utah State University psychology student to suicide, lawsuit alleges
- Fire destroys 25,000-square-foot Holladay home
News from the U.S. and world:
- El Paso shooting suspect could face federal hate crime charges (Annie Gowen, Mark Berman, Tim Craig and Hannah Natanson, The Washington Post)
- Mexico vows to take legal action against U.S. after El Paso massacre (David K. Li, NBC News)
- Dayton Police Killed Shooter Within 30 Seconds Of First Shot (Vanessa Romo, NPR)
- Mitch McConnell fractures shoulder after fall in Kentucky home, spokesman says (Louis Casiano, Fox News)
- More than 100 flights canceled as Hong Kong goes on strike (Jessie Yeung, Joshua Berlinger and Steve George, CNN)