Packers rally to beat 49ers 33-30 on field goal as time expires

Green Bay, Wis. • A pick, a beneficial penalty and a game-winning kick. Quite a final minute for the Green Bay Packers. Mason Crosby kicked a 27-yard field goal as time expired to cap an 81-yard drive set up by Kevin King’s interception with 1:07 left, and the Packers outlasted the San Francisco 49ers for… Continue reading Packers rally to beat 49ers 33-30 on field goal as time expires

Salt Lake City’s iconic New Yorker Restaurant has closed for good

When the New Yorker first opened in 1978, it oozed “cool,” thanks to its speak-easy location, elegant food and exclusive private club status. “It’s where you would go and have martinis with lunch,” said Tamara Gibo, “and get the kind of food you would read about in magazines.” On Monday, though, the New Yorker closed… Continue reading Salt Lake City’s iconic New Yorker Restaurant has closed for good

‘Dining tastes change’ — Downtown Salt Lake City’s iconic New Yorker Restaurant closes

When the New Yorker first opened in 1978, it oozed “cool,” thanks to its speak-easy location, elegant food and exclusive private club status. “It’s where you would go and have martinis with lunch,” said Tamara Gibo, “and get the kind of food you would read about in magazines.” On Monday, though, the New Yorker closed… Continue reading ‘Dining tastes change’ — Downtown Salt Lake City’s iconic New Yorker Restaurant closes

The Jazz pulverized the Kings in their preseason finale, but the opener at Sacramento will be a different deal

If there’s any outside concern that the success the Jazz had in last Thursday’s preseason finale vs. the Kings will engender a sense of complacency or false confidence heading into this Wednesday’s regular-season opener in Sacramento, no one in the organization seems to share it. “Both teams will be different,” said coach Quin Snyder. “Really,… Continue reading The Jazz pulverized the Kings in their preseason finale, but the opener at Sacramento will be a different deal

Watch live: Rep. Mia Love and Ben McAdams debate in Utah’s closest major race

http://x.tribtv.com/namp/player/embed.html?station=kstu&feed=1&auto=yes&title=FOX13&event=Partner_Embed&show=News&cat=News GOP Rep. Mia Love and Democratic Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams hold their one and only debate Monday at 6 p.m. It will be livestreamed here, and will be broadcast live on most major local television stations. The head-to-head comes as the pair are tied — with 46 percent of the vote each,… Continue reading Watch live: Rep. Mia Love and Ben McAdams debate in Utah’s closest major race

Utah’s colleges hike tuition without much scrutiny from the board supervising them, critical audit says

The board that oversees tuition hikes at Utah colleges regularly approves them with little or no scrutiny — never rejecting a proposed increase, rarely asking questions about requests and failing to significantly analyze how the additional money will be spent, according to a scathing state audit released Monday. That “superficial review,” the new report from… Continue reading Utah’s colleges hike tuition without much scrutiny from the board supervising them, critical audit says

Gov. Herbert declares drought emergency for all of Utah

Don’t let last week’s ample rains fool you. Utah remains dangerously parched with water stores severely depleted, natural habitats stressed and woodlands primed for burning, according to an emergency declaration issued Monday by Gov. Gary Herbert. “The rainfall we have received helps, but the drought is at a level unseen for many years and will… Continue reading Gov. Herbert declares drought emergency for all of Utah