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  • NBA roundup: Bogdanovic drops Bucks at buzzer

  • Bojan Bogdanovic drained the game-winning 3-pointer as time expired Friday to lift the Utah Jazz, who withstood a series of furious second-half comebacks by the Milwaukee Bucks, to a 103-100 victory in Salt Lake City.
  • Passenger allegedly assaulted sleeping mother and daughter on flight

  • An American Airlines flight from Charlotte, NC, to Salt Lake City, Utah, was diverted to Tulsa International Airport late on Tuesday night after a “disruptive passenger” allegedly assaulted a mother and daughter. The mother and daughter reportedly notified a flight attendant of the man’s behavior, claiming that he groped both of them while they slept,...
  • Families of Mexico cartel shooting victims get military escort ahead of funerals

  • US family members of the nine women and children slaughtered in the Mexico cartel massacre have headed south — under the close eye of a military escort — as funerals get underway Thursday. Relatives as far away as Utah began trickling in south of the border Wednesday for the funerals in Sonora and Chihuahua states,...
  • NBA roundup: 76ers lose game to Jazz, Simmons to injury

  • Donovan Mitchell recorded 24 points, eight assists and five rebounds to lead the Utah Jazz to a 106-104 victory over visiting Philadelphia on Wednesday night at Salt Lake City on a night the 76ers lost guard Ben Simmons to a shoulder injury.
  • Utah man arrested in Mexico after couple found dead in Texas

  • CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Authorities say police have arrested a man in Mexico who’s suspected of stealing a car that belonged to a New Hampshire couple found buried at a South Texas beach. Kleberg County Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick told KIII-TV in Corpus Christi, Texas, on Wednesday that Adam Curtis Williams was arrested by authorities in...
  • Ex-church leader admits he took photos of a woman inside H&M dressing room

  • A former official for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has pleaded guilty to taking photos of a woman inside an H&M dressing room at a Tennessee mall, according to reports. Steven Murdock, a onetime bishop and high councilor at several  congregations in Salt Lake City, Utah, pleaded guilty Monday to unlawful photography...

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