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Autopsies of 7 dead Utah babies done, reports still weeks away

sltrib.com — Autopsies have been completed on the seven deceased infants found in a Pleasant Grove garage last weekend, but police say it could still be weeks before they receive the reports from those examinations. Megan Huntsman's estranged husband found the body of a dead infant in the garage last Saturday.
Autopsies of 7 dead Utah babies done, reports still weeks away news360.com/article/234659…
An update: Autopsies of 7 dead babies done in #MeganHuntsman case, but reports are still weeks away: sltrib.com/sltrib/news/57… #utahcrime

Video: Houses where a murder or suicide happened a hard sell

sltrib.com — It can be a hard sell, but not impossible. Tribune reporter Michael McFall explores the challenges faced when trying to sell a stigmatized house, one that carries the shadow of a murder, suicide or similarly sordid story. The story, which will be posted online Saturday and appear in Sunday's Tribune, explores the effect on value and the state's laws regarding disclosure.
RT @jm_miller: .@mikeypanda has a story running this weekend about selling a home after a murder. I made this video to go with it: http://t…
.@mikeypanda has a story running this weekend about selling a home after a murder. I made this video to go with it: sltrib.com/sltrib/news/57…

Thoughts on BYU's post-spring football depth chart

sltrib.com — Two weeks to the day after they wrapped up spring camp, the BYU coaches released their 2014 Post-Spring Depth Chart on Friday afternoon.Seemingly, the biggest battles for starting spots this fall will be on the offensive line, so let's start there first.
BYU football released its post-spring depth chart this afternoon. Here are a few quick thoughts: sltrib.com/sltrib/blogsby…

Utah-made Dandelion Beer wins World Cup Gold

sltrib.com — Utah-made Dandelion Beer wins World Cup Gold Beer " Red Rock Brewing Co.'s Paardebloem takes first place in the experimental beer category By Kathy Stephenson | The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 17 minutes ago * Updated 1 minute ago Salt Lake City's Red Rock Brewing Co., and its experimental Belgian-style ale called Paardebloem, received a gold medal at the 2014 World Beer Cup competition held recently in Denver.

More Utah high schools including ninth-grade

sltrib.com — WEST VALLEY CITY ­- Jenny Olsen did a lot of driving when her oldest son was in ninth grade. Most days, she shuttled him from Valley Junior High to Granger High either for his advanced math class, basketball or baseball practice.

What to watch for in Utah's Red-White Spring Game - position-by-position breakdown

sltrib.com — Published on Apr 18, 2014 12:29PM There's only so much practice one can watch before wondering, "Yeah, but how do they look in a game?" Utah's Red-White Spring Game on Saturday at Rice-Eccles Stadium will start filling in the blanks for the football team and its fans.
RT @sltributes: Blog: What to watch for in Utah's Red-White Spring Game — position-by-position breakdown ow.ly/2FO7Dm

Utah Football: QB battle will go to the tape after spring wraps up

sltrib.com — There's some news at quarterback that Ute fans aren't going to like. Have a seat. Take a deep breath. It's this: Most of you have no idea what you're talking about. Neither does the media, for that matter. The people who are qualified to judge the spring practice quarterback battle say the results are still inconclusive, and the investigation is ongoing.
Utah's QB battle will go to the tape after spring wraps up. sltrib.com/sltrib/utes/57… (Apologies for my face-splitting camerawork.)

The lyrics might be cryptic, but the appeal of Chvrches is clear

sltrib.com — In 2013, the creepiest, yet catchiest song about incest, "The Mother We Share," was created by the Scottish electronic-rock trio Chvrches. For the record, the song is not about familial intimacy, said Iain Cook of the synthpop-inspired band. "A lot of people think, for obvious reasons, that the song is about a relationship between two siblings," he said.
The lyrics might be cryptic, but the appeal of @Chvrches is clear | The Salt Lake Tribune sltrib.com/sltrib/enterta… via @sltrib

Utah County shoo-in says mistakes help him be ‘more suited’

sltrib.com — A Springville Republican appears headed for a spot on the Utah County Commission, despite having several bankruptcies and a theft conviction on his record, which he says stemmed from a pair of auto accidents, a divorce and a misunderstanding with a former employer.
If you were busy: Questions being raised about shoo-in for UTCo Commission’s bankruptcies, theft conviction. sltrib.com/sltrib/politic… #utpol

Plans for the weekend: Yonas does hip-hop, Sleeper Agent rocks

sltrib.com — Published on Apr 18, 2014 10:57AM * "Gutterbilly" band $12, at Smith's Tix" target="_blank">The Goddamn Gallows performs tonight at In the Venue, 219 S. 600 West, Salt Lake City. Show starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $12, at Smith's Tix. * Electro/hip-hop artist Yonas performs tonight at Kilby Court, 741 S.
Blog: Plans for the weekend: Yonas does hip-hop, Sleeper Agent rocks ow.ly/2FNW46

See mountain goats at free wildlife viewing event

sltrib.com — With most patches of snow gone from the Wasatch Front foothills, the white coats of Rocky Mountain goats should stand out brilliantly during the state's annual free viewing event at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will be on hand Saturday from 9 a.m.

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sltrib.com — Photo Gallery for Utah football: Filipo Mokofisi following in dad's footsteps
ICYMI or read my story before they were attached, Francisco Kjolseth got some great shots at #Utes practice yesterday sltrib.com/csp/cms/sites/…

The Cricket’s Daily 3: Farewell to a Nobel laureate

sltrib.com — Published on Apr 18, 2014 09:32AM Here's what's being talked about in pop culture: * Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, author of such sweeping classics as "One Hundred Years of Solitude" and "Love in the Time of Cholera," has died at the age of 87.
Blog: The Cricket’s Daily 3: Farewell to a Nobel laureate ow.ly/2FNRuG

Utah Jazz: Nowhere to go but up for young Jazz

sltrib.com — It had been 187 days since Trey Burke threw that preseason bounce pass, hitting his finger against a defender in such a way that the bone fractured. But as the rookie point guard cleared out his locker on Thursday morning, it wouldn't bend normally.As the Jazz gathered at EnergySolutions for one last time before parting ways, the stiffness in Burke's finger wasn't the only lingering memory of a 25-57 season ...
"Reflecting on 25 [wins], certainly that’s nothing to be proud about ..." sltrib.com/sltrib/jazz/57…