Church finalizes pagent decision; Puerto Rico wants to work with Utah; Nick Emery leads BYU basketball

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Dec. 6.

A look at our top headlines:

A marine, husband and new father: Friends remembered the life of South Salt Lake police officer killed by fleeing vehicle. .

Nick Emery didn’t miss a beat in the BYU Cougars’ 95-80 rout over Utah State. .

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints finalized its pageant decision. .

Deseret News sports writer Dick Harmon wrote about how Bronco Mendenhall is influencing Kalani Sitake’s approach to coaching BYU football. .

Puerto Rico would like to work with Utah. Blockchain might be involved. .

Utah households are among the most connected, census shows. .

Don’t miss …

Don’t miss our story on BYU legend Ty Detmer, who talked about his love of hunting and his time coaching at BYU. .

A look at our featured voices:

Lois Collins: Stop politicizing everything, especially the earth
Jay Evensen: Medical marijuana and the elusive will of the people
Erin Stewart: How to give experiences for Christmas without breaking the bank
Pignanelli and Webb: Political intrigue amidst the holiday season
Amy Choate-Nielsen: When time refuses to stand still, it’s time to make a move

A look at our most-read stories:

BYU student dies after fall from campus building deemed suicide
Burger King is giving away 1-cent Whoppers, but you have to visit McDonald’s first
Ahead of Utah shows, David Archuleta gets candid about his music, self-esteem and going to therapy
Utah Jazz set franchise record for 3-pointers in blowout of San Antonio Spurs
Brad Rock: Losing Matt Wells says good things about Utah State

A look at national headlines:

Some allowed back into devastated town of Paradise after deadly California fire | NBC News
UK Parliament just dealt a blow to Theresa May. What’s next for Brexit? | Vox
North Korea is expanding missile base with eye …read more

Source:: Deseret News – U.S. & World News


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