For Astros players, Halloween with the kids comes before curveballs in Game 6

Los Angeles • With Game 6 of the World Series being played on Halloween, costumed children of the Houston Astros gathered in the lobby of the team hotel. “The trick-or-treating in the hotel (had to) suffice, because I think this is special circumstances,” Astros manager A.J. Hinch said before Tuesday’s game. “So is missing school.… Continue reading For Astros players, Halloween with the kids comes before curveballs in Game 6

Letter: Second Amendment is there so population can protect itself from the government

One thing that is almost never talked about in the gun control debate is the real reason the Founding Fathers made the Second Amendment. It was not for hunting or even personal protection. America just finished the Revolutionary War and the only reason America was even able to put up a fight was because the… Continue reading Letter: Second Amendment is there so population can protect itself from the government

Broncos mulling QB change from Siemian to Brock Osweiler

Englewood, Colo. • Vance Joseph is either going to simplify his offense for Trevor Siemian or send him to the bench in favor of Brock Osweiler. Joseph complained that Siemian made “three horrific decisions” on “three horrible interceptions” in the Broncos’ 29-19 loss at Kansas City on Monday night, wasting another dominant defensive effort and… Continue reading Broncos mulling QB change from Siemian to Brock Osweiler

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox appoints new chief of staff, elections director

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox announced Tuesday he is hiring Kirsten Rappleye — currently the spokeswoman for Gov. Gary Herbert — as his new chief of staff. He also appointed Justin Lee as his new state elections officer, promoting him from assistant director. Both of those positions had been held by Mark Thomas, who leaving to… Continue reading Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox appoints new chief of staff, elections director

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox appoints new chief of staff, elections director

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox announced Tuesday he is hiring Kirsten Rappleye — currently the spokeswoman for Gov. Gary Herbert — as his new chief of staff. He also appointed Justin Lee as his new state elections officer, promoting him from assistant director. Both of those positions had been held by Mark Thomas, who leaving to… Continue reading Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox appoints new chief of staff, elections director

‘We want them home’: After police arrest the man they believe killed a Utah mother and her young son, focus is on finding their bodies

Orem • In their prayers, Brenda Marsh and her family ask for one thing: That the bodies of her daughter and grandson be returned to them soon. Emily Quijano, 23, and her 3-year-old son, Gabriel Almiron, disappeared two years ago. Now, police believe Quijano’s boyfriend, Christopher Richard Poulson, killed the mother and son on Sept.… Continue reading ‘We want them home’: After police arrest the man they believe killed a Utah mother and her young son, focus is on finding their bodies

‘We want them home’: After police arrest the man they believe killed a Utah mother and her young son, focus is on finding their bodies

Orem • In their prayers, Brenda Marsh and her family ask for one thing: That the bodies of her daughter and grandson be returned to them soon. Emily Quijano, 23, and her 3-year-old son, Gabriel Almiron, disappeared two years ago. Now, police believe Quijano’s boyfriend, Christopher Richard Poulson, killed the mother and son on Sept.… Continue reading ‘We want them home’: After police arrest the man they believe killed a Utah mother and her young son, focus is on finding their bodies