The next time you watch a video from the man behind the popular science-focused YouTube channel King of Random, you might be hearing a message about the danger and legal risks of explosives. Jonathan Grant Thompson, of South Jordan, has agreed with Utah prosecutors to make at least two YouTube videos discussing “physical safety and/or… Continue reading Man who runs King of Random YouTube channel was charged with possessing explosives. Now a Utah judge says he has to make videos about the risks of ‘dangerous’ experiments.
Police take down man on a shooting spree at a Trump golf course. Elaborate hoax attempts to overshadow LDS, NAACP meeting. Curtis is Utah’s wealthiest member of Congress. Happy Friday. Breaking news this morning: Police shot and wounded a man early Friday at Trump National Doral, a golf and spa resort in Florida owned by… Continue reading Political Cornflakes: Police take down man on a shooting spree at a Trump golf course
Holladay • After seven months of negotiations among Holladay, its residents and developers hoping to transform the old Cottonwood Mall site into a bustling city center, the City Council voted Thursday to move forward with a recently revised plan. All five council members and the mayor, serving as the council chairman, voted to approve the… Continue reading Holladay Council approves plan to revamp old Cottonwood Mall for mixed-used development
Drake University rallied from a 2-1 deficit with runs in the bottom of the fifth and sixth innings to beat the BYU softball team 3-2 in the first game of the NCAA Tournament’s Eugene Regional in Oregon on Thursday afternoon. The loss sends BYU into an elimination game on Friday against Albany, which lost to… Continue reading BYU softball loses opener in NCAA Tournament regionals
Washington • Alex Killorn scored the tiebreaker with about 8 minutes left, Andrei Vasilevskiy made 36 saves, and the Tampa Bay Lightning weathered the equivalent of more than a period without a shot on goal to edge the Washington Capitals 4-2 on Thursday night, evening the Eastern Conference final at two games apiece. Killorn was… Continue reading Vasilevskiy, Lightning top Caps 4-2 to even East final at 2-all
Independence, Ohio • LeBron James recovered quickly from his neck strain. There’s still too much stress on his back. He’s carrying the Cavaliers. It’s a springtime tradition. As has been the case for much of his 15-year career, James has had to perform at an extraordinary level throughout these playoffs, most recently in Cleveland’s Game… Continue reading It happens every spring: LeBron forced to carry Cavaliers
Vatican City • Pope Francis on Thursday ended his emergency summit with Chile’s bishops by thanking them for their “full willingness” to do whatever it takes to recover from a sex abuse and cover-up scandal that has discredited the church. Francis bid farewell to each of the 34 Chilean bishops amid indications that heads will… Continue reading Pope Francis’ Chile abuse summit ends amid signs heads will roll