• Dominion Energy pledges net zero carbon emissions by 2050

    Dominion Energy pledges net zero carbon emissions by 2050
    One of the nation’s largest retail energy suppliers, serving 1 million natural gas customers in Utah, is committing to drastic cuts in emissions blamed for climate changeOn Tuesday, Dominion Energy announced plans to reduce methane emissions, which have a much larger climate impact pound for pound than carbon dioxide, from its natural gas operations by 80% of its 2010 levels by 2040. It also plans to achieve “net zero” emissions by 2050, meaning it will buy renewable energy to
  • A major supplier of fossil energy in Utah, Dominion pledges net zero carbon emissions by 2050

    A major supplier of fossil energy in Utah, Dominion pledges net zero carbon emissions by 2050
    One of the nation’s largest retail energy suppliers, serving 1 million natural gas customers in Utah, is committing to drastic cuts in emissions blamed for climate changeOn Tuesday, Dominion Energy announced plans to reduce methane emissions, which have a much larger climate impact pound for pound than carbon dioxide, from its natural gas operations by 80% of its 2010 levels by 2040. It also plans to achieve “net zero” emissions by 2050, meaning it will buy renewable energy to
  • Local leaders seek millions in state money for transportation projects — mostly to attract development and jobs.

    Local leaders seek millions in state money for transportation projects — mostly to attract development and jobs.
    Legislators heard pitches Tuesday seeking millions of state dollars for train and airport projects — which supporters say are actually needed more to attract development and jobs than just to improve transportation.That included seeking $250,000 to help complete a study that could lead to a $1.2 billion extension of TRAX light rail through the soon-to-be-redeveloped Utah State Prison site in Draper and on to Lehi, and a $10 million request to allow the Ogden-Hinckley Airport help Hill Air
  • Salt Lake County to homeowners: You don’t need to pay $95 for a ‘property assessment profile’

    Salt Lake County to homeowners: You don’t need to pay $95 for a ‘property assessment profile’
    At least 40 Salt Lake County property owners have visited the county recorder’s office trying to pay a $95 fee to obtain a “property assessment profile” that a California firm that sells the product is recommending, but that county officials say is unnecessary and overpriced.“Property owners do not need to pay a private company $95 for their public property information. The information they are selling in this notice is available through my office ... for a nominal fee, a
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  • How is Sen. Mitt Romney weathering his impeachment vote fallout? ’I don’t follow that,’ he says.

    How is Sen. Mitt Romney weathering his impeachment vote fallout? ’I don’t follow that,’ he says.
    Washington • President Donald Trump suggested Sen. Mike Lee apologize to Utahns for their other senator, Mitt Romney, and later tweeted a wild and false conspiracy theory linking Romney to Ukraine corruption.The president also hyped a conservative Fox News pundit’s rant calling Romney an embarrassment who should get “the hell out” of the Senate.On Tuesday he told reporters, “Romney is a disgrace.”The Louisiana Republican Party passed a resolution censuring Romn
  • Democrats look for New Hampshire results to clarify muddled race

    Democrats look for New Hampshire results to clarify muddled race
    Manchester, N.H. • Fiery progressive Bernie Sanders was fighting for Democratic front-runner status Tuesday, while the party hoped the New Hampshire primary would at least bring some clarity to a presidential nomination fight that has so far been marred by dysfunction and doubt.As Sanders predicted victory, former Midwestern Mayor Pete Buttigieg hoped to seize the backing of his party's establishment with a strong finish and Joe Biden wanted to avert political disaster after fleeing the sta
  • Paul Gibbs: Trump has no claim to lead the Party of Lincoln

    Paul Gibbs: Trump has no claim to lead the Party of Lincoln
    In summer of 2019, I traveled to our nation’s capitol in Washington, D.C., for the first time in in my life. It was a whirlwind, 24-hour trip to testify to the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, and the combination of the shortness of the short stay and the packed schedule left me with almost no time for sightseeing.I only had time to see one of the famous sites of D.C., and while many people had their suggestion, for me it was an automatic choice: The Lincoln Memorial, the monument
  • Utah House passes congressional vacancy bill over objections of Democrats

    Utah House passes congressional vacancy bill over objections of Democrats
    A hard-won compromise over filling congressional vacancies in Utah took another step forward Tuesday, earning passage through the House of Representatives on a party-line vote.The proposal seeks to resolve years of bickering that began in 2017 with the resignation of former Rep. Jason Chaffetz. The state law was largely silent on the process for replacing members of Congress and the governor and Legislature had different ideas about how to deal with this ambiguity.“We said, ‘This is
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  • Salt Lake County warns of 'misleading’ ad that’s prompting homeowners to fork over $95 fee

    Salt Lake County warns of 'misleading’ ad that’s prompting homeowners to fork over $95 fee
    At least 40 Salt Lake County property owners have visited the county recorder’s office trying to pay a $95 fee to obtain a “property assessment profile” that a California firm that sells the product is recommending, but that county officials say is unnecessary and overpriced.“Property owners do not need to pay a private company $95 for their public property information. The information they are selling in this notice is available through my office ... for a nominal fee, a
  • Michelle Goldberg: With ‘Parasite,’ class war comes to the Oscars

    Michelle Goldberg: With ‘Parasite,’ class war comes to the Oscars
    On Sunday night, Bong Joon Ho’s “Parasite” morphed from a merely great film into a history-making phenomenon, becoming the first foreign-language film to win the Oscar for best picture. It also won best director, best original screenplay and best international feature. Additionally, this South Korean horror-comedy, a radical parable of inequality, won the Golden Globe for best foreign film, the Writers Guild Award for best original screenplay and the best-ensemble prize from th
  • [SB Nation: SLC Dunk] - The Utah Jazz are in Great Shape

    [SB Nation: SLC Dunk] - The Utah Jazz are in Great Shape
    But the All Star break couldn’t come sooner
  • Local leaders seek millions in state money for transportation — mostly to attract development and jobs

    Local leaders seek millions in state money for transportation — mostly to attract development and jobs
    Legislators heard pitches Tuesday seeking millions of state dollars for train and airport projects — which supporters say are actually needed more to attract development and jobs than just to improve transportation.That included seeking $250,000 to help complete a study that could lead to a $1.2 billion extension of TRAX light rail through the soon-to-be-redeveloped Utah State Prison site in Draper and on to Lehi, and a $10 million request to allow the Ogden-Hinckley Airport help Hill Air
  • Paul Krugman: How Trump got tricked down

    Paul Krugman: How Trump got tricked down
    One thing many people forget about the 2016 election is that as a candidate, Donald Trump promised to be a different kind of Republican. Unlike the mainstream of his party, he declared, he would raise taxes on the rich and wouldn’t cut programs like Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid that ordinary Americans rely on. At the same time, he would invest large sums in rebuilding America’s infrastructure.He was lying.Trump’s only major legislative achievement, the 2017 Tax Cut an
  • Kingston testifies he paid $4M to protect his family, polygamous sect from federal probe

    Kingston testifies he paid $4M to protect his family, polygamous sect from federal probe
    Worried that a grand jury would indict his uncle and other men from a polygamous sect who had operated a central Utah coal mine, Jacob Kingston testified Tuesday that he paid his former co-defendant $4 million to help halt the investigation.No one from the mine was indicted, and no evidence was offered Tuesday supporting that Lev Aslan Dermen, who is on trial in a federal court in Salt Lake City, intervened. Dermen allegedly operated what Kingston has called an “umbrella” of protecti
  • Gordon Monson: Where would the Utah Jazz be without Jordan Clarkson? Not where they are.

    Gordon Monson: Where would the Utah Jazz be without Jordan Clarkson? Not where they are.
    Let’s write it all plain here — in permanent ink.The Jazz would not have 35 wins on the season at this juncture were it not for the acquisition of Jordan Taylor Clarkson.He’s the man. He’s the mainstay. He’s the mojo.OK, so that last part is a bit of dramatic simplification.It’s been bigger than just that, than just him. Bigger than one player. But think about the past two games, games that represent what Clarkson has done in many other games. These most recen
  • Oil from federal lands tops 1 billion barrels as Trump eases rules

    Oil from federal lands tops 1 billion barrels as Trump eases rules
    Billings, Mont. • Oil production from U.S.- managed lands and waters topped a record 1 billion barrels last year, federal officials said Tuesday, as technological advances helped drive development in new areas and the Trump administration eases rules on the industry.The production figure was up 122 million barrels, or more than 13% from 2018. It includes oil from onshore and offshore parcels and American Indian-owned lands managed by the U.S. Interior Department during fiscal year 2019, whi
  • Native American leader says tribal sovereignty still threatened from ‘every corner’

    Native American leader says tribal sovereignty still threatened from ‘every corner’
    Washington • Despite some “encouraging developments,” threats to tribal sovereignty still come “from every branch and every corner of federal and state governments,” the president of the National Congress of American Indians said Monday.NCAI President Fawn Sharp said in a wide-ranging State of Indian Nations address that the state of the nations is strong, with “remarkable stories of cultural, social, political and economic renewal” made possible by &ldqu
  • Are depth and minutes a concern for Runnin’ Utes as stretch run looms? Larry Krystkowiak says no

    Are depth and minutes a concern for Runnin’ Utes as stretch run looms? Larry Krystkowiak says no
    With Both Gach on the shelf for a still-undetermined amount of time, the University of Utah men’s basketball team’s rotation is essentially seven-deep.On a good night, seven can become eight, but the point here is the Utes do not have a long bench as February unfolds and the stretch run of the regular season looms.Sophomore wing Timmy Allen leads Utah and is second in the Pac-12 in minutes per game at 35.0. Freshman point guard Rylan Jones is at 32.2 per outing, and whenever Gach ret
  • Should College Athletes Profit From Their Fame? Here’s Where the Debate Stands

    Should College Athletes Profit From Their Fame? Here’s Where the Debate Stands
    Washington — The National Collegiate Athletic Association and its sprawling membership of schools are mired in fights — behind closed doors, in statehouses and on Capitol Hill — over whether and how student-athletes should be allowed to profit off their renown.Here are answers to some questions surrounding the debate, which is virtually certain to last for many more months.What are the rules right now?The NCAA’s Division I manual is a thick anthology of guidelines, but Ar
  • Gordon Monson: Where would the Jazz be without Jordan Clarkson? Not where they are.

    Gordon Monson: Where would the Jazz be without Jordan Clarkson? Not where they are.
    Let’s write it all plain here — in permanent ink.The Jazz would not have 35 wins on the season at this juncture were it not for the acquisition of Jordan Taylor Clarkson.He’s the man. He’s the mainstay. He’s the mojo.OK, so that last part is a bit of dramatic simplification.It’s been bigger than just that, than just him. Bigger than one player. But think about the past two games, games that represent what Clarkson has done in many other games. These most recen
  • China still mostly closed down as virus deaths pass 1,000

    China still mostly closed down as virus deaths pass 1,000
    Beijing • The daily death toll in China from a new virus topped 100 for the first time, pushing the total above 1,000 Tuesday as the World Health Organization announced a new name for the disease.Despite the official end of the extended Lunar New Year holiday, China remained mostly closed for business as many remained at home, with some 60 million people under virtual quarantine.In Geneva, WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced a new name for the virus — COVID-19 &m
  • New Hampshire voting underway as 2020 Democrats seek clarity

    New Hampshire voting underway as 2020 Democrats seek clarity
    Manchester, N.H. • With voting underway across the state, Democrats looked to New Hampshire on Tuesday to reset the party's presidential nomination fight and bring clarity to a young primary season that has been marred by dysfunction and doubt.There were new signs of turbulence hours before polls closed. Flailing former front-runner Joe Biden announced plans to leave the state early, and another high-profile moderate who wasn't even on the ballot, Michael Bloomberg, faced pointed questions
  • Anh Lê: Sen. Mitt Romney’s courage is reminiscent of his father’s

    Anh Lê: Sen. Mitt Romney’s courage is reminiscent of his father’s
    I was deeply moved by Sen. Mitt Romney’s statement before he cast his vote to convict President Trump on one article of impeachment.Romney voted according to his conscience and heart, his love for his country, his commitment to the United States Constitution, and his deep and as he shared with us, “profound,” faith in God.When I listened to him, I was reminded of the title of President John Kennedy’s book, “Profiles in Courage.”I was also reminded of Romney&rs
  • [THE SPORTSRUSH] - HOU vs BOS Dream11 Prediction : Houston Rockets Vs Boston Celtics Best Dream 11 Team for NBA 2019-20

    [THE SPORTSRUSH] - HOU vs BOS Dream11 Prediction : Houston Rockets Vs Boston Celtics Best Dream 11 Team for NBA 2019-20
    HOU Vs BOS Dream11 Team Overview, Match Centre And Probable Playing 5: Tottering Houston Rockets face yet another dicey challenge as they look to stabilise their stumbling form.   
  • [Deseret News] - While Rudy Gobert’s living out his dad’s dream, are referees helping the Utah Jazz live out theirs?

    [Deseret News] - While Rudy Gobert’s living out his dad’s dream, are referees helping the Utah Jazz live out theirs?
    SALT LAKE CITY — Playing in the NBA and being honored as an All-Star isn’t just a dream come true for Rudy Gobert. He’s also living out his father’s dream. That’s how the Utah Jazz center described...
  • Utah woman says she ‘snapped’ and punched her daughter’s teacher

    Utah woman says she ‘snapped’ and punched her daughter’s teacher
    A Utah woman is facing a criminal charge after she reportedly punched her daughter’s teacher.The 37-year-old Paragonah woman was meeting with the teacher at Parowan High School on Friday when she “punched him twice in the chest,” according to police. An officer was called to the school.The woman “told me she ‘just snapped’ and was angry with the teacher because of how he was treating her daughter,” the officer wrote in a probable cause statement.The teac
  • Kristine Hansen: Do Latter-day Saints believe in their own doctrine?

    Kristine Hansen: Do Latter-day Saints believe in their own doctrine?
    “We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men,” says the Thirteenth Article of Faith in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These words give Latter-day Saints a high standard to measure themselves by.If I might apply this measure to someone else, Sen. Mitt Romney, I would give him an A grade. Romney’s eloquent speech explaining his decision to vote to convict the president on the first article of impeachment demonstra
  • Most of the University of Utah’s electricity will now be fueled by renewable energy

    Most of the University of Utah’s electricity will now be fueled by renewable energy
    It’s going to be much more sustainable to light up Rice-Eccles Stadium, the hospital at the University of Utah and all of the classrooms on campus in between.In a landmark energy deal, the U. has agreed to buy some of its power from a geothermal plant. And with it, the school will now get more than 50% of its electricity through renewable sources.“This is just such a big step,” said Keith Diaz-Moore, the university’s interim chief sustainability officer, “and it put
  • Sharp: Tribal sovereignty still threatened from ‘every corner’

    Sharp: Tribal sovereignty still threatened from ‘every corner’
    Washington • Despite some “encouraging developments,” threats to tribal sovereignty still come “from every branch and every corner of federal and state governments,” the president of the National Congress of American Indians said Monday.NCAI President Fawn Sharp said in a wide-ranging State of Indian Nations address that the state of the nations is strong, with “remarkable stories of cultural, social, political and economic renewal” made possible by &ldqu
  • Zion National Park shouldn’t start a reservation system, say Utah’s members of Congress

    Zion National Park shouldn’t start a reservation system, say Utah’s members of Congress
    All six members of Utah’s congressional delegation announced Monday that they oppose a possible reservation system at Zion National Park, saying it would reduce visitation at Utah’s most popular scenic getaway and harm southern Utah’s economy.“We write to reiterate our strong opposition to any reservation system,” the delegation wrote to U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, “and instead request that [the National Park Service] give ample consideration to l
  • Proposed state park would pay tribute to Utah’s dinosaurs

    Proposed state park would pay tribute to Utah’s dinosaurs
    Utah soon may have a park that pays tribute to one of the state’s most notorious killers.Relax, though, this fleet-footed slasher hasn’t been around for millions of years.But Utahraptor State Park soon could be born, under a proposal expected to be unveiled this week.It would become Utah’s 45th state park, designed to protect the Dalton Wells Quarry, which yielded the first fossils of Utahraptor, Utah’s official dinosaur, and many other species unique to Grand County.Loca
  • [Fansided: The J-Notes] - Look ahead: Who should the Utah Jazz be hoping to face in the playoffs?

    [Fansided: The J-Notes] - Look ahead: Who should the Utah Jazz be hoping to face in the playoffs?
    The NBA playoffs are still two months away, but the Utah Jazz should be keeping an eye on these teams in the standings for a potential playoff match-up in ...
  • Zion National Park shouldn’t start a reservation system, says Utah’s members of Congress

    Zion National Park shouldn’t start a reservation system, says Utah’s members of Congress
    All six members of Utah’s congressional delegation announced Monday that they oppose a possible reservation system at Zion National Park, saying it would reduce visitation at Utah’s most popular scenic getaway and harm southern Utah’s economy.“We write to reiterate our strong opposition to any reservation system,” the delegation wrote to U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, “and instead request that [the National Park Service] give ample consideration to l
  • Utah children accused of crimes shouldn’t face court if they are younger than 13, lawmaker says

    Utah children accused of crimes shouldn’t face court if they are younger than 13, lawmaker says
    In some of Utah’s youth detention centers, children as young as 10 are being locked up.They are still small enough to fit on their mother’s lap during visitation. One boy, a detention center employee recalled, asked when he’d be able to go to recess.“They are just tiny little kids,” said Brett Peterson, the director of the state’s Juvenile Justice Services.But in Utah, there’s no minimum age for sending children to juvenile court. That means that 12-year
  • The University of Utah will now get 50% of its electricity from renewable sources — thanks to a unique geothermal energy contract

    The University of Utah will now get 50% of its electricity from renewable sources — thanks to a unique geothermal energy contract
    It’s going to be much more sustainable to light up Rice-Eccles Stadium, the hospital at the University of Utah and all of the classrooms on campus in between.In a landmark energy deal, the U. has agreed to buy some of its power from a geothermal plant. And with it, the school will now get more than 50% of its electricity through renewable sources.“This is just such a big step,” said Keith Diaz Moore, the university’s interim chief sustainability officer, “and it put
  • The hunt may be over for the next state park: a Utahraptor fossil quarry near Moab

    The hunt may be over for the next state park: a Utahraptor fossil quarry near Moab
    Utah soon may have a park that pays tribute to one of the state’s most notorious killers.Relax, though, this fleet-footed slasher hasn’t been around for millions of years.But Utahraptor State Park soon could be born, under a proposal expected to be unveiled this week.It would become Utah’s 45th state park, designed to protect the Dalton Wells Quarry, which yielded the first Utahraptor fossils and many other species unique to Grand County.Located about 15 miles north of Moab in
  • Scott Dalgarno: Sen. Mitt Romney took his responsibility to God seriously

    Scott Dalgarno: Sen. Mitt Romney took his responsibility to God seriously
    “I am a profoundly religious person. I take an oath before God as enormously consequential.” — Sen. Mitt Romney, R-UtahAs the pastor of a Presbyterian Church in Salt Lake City, I am often asked by friends elsewhere if I feel I am ministering in exile. I tell them, “No, I wouldn’t trade my LDS friends and neighbors for anything.” My experience here is that we all, no matter our faith, have each other’s backs.Nine years ago, when a tiny church in Florida b
  • Robert Kirby: Let the good times roll until the bells toll

    Robert Kirby: Let the good times roll until the bells toll
    The accompanying photograph shows me holding my youngest daughter, Gin, sometime in February 1983. Obviously, time has been far kinder to one of us than it has for the other.In the 37 years since this picture was taken, both of us have ended up in places we never would have foreseen. That baby now is the mother of five girls and the treasurer for the Utah Law Enforcement Memorial.Back in 1983, it was a simpler time. Hamburger ran about $1.50 a pound. Ronald Reagan, whom everyone “loved,&rd
  • Look ahead: Who should the Utah Jazz be hoping to face in the playoffs?

    Look ahead: Who should the Utah Jazz be hoping to face in the playoffs?
    The NBA playoffs are still two months away, but the Utah Jazz should be keeping an eye on these teams in the standings for a potential playoff match-up in their favor. The Utah Jazz have been keeping an eye on the playoff race all season long. They should, as it is the most important part […]
    Look ahead: Who should the Utah Jazz be hoping to face in the playoffs? - The J-Notes - The J-Notes - A Utah Jazz Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
  • Letter: Utah should be proud of Mitt Romney

    Letter: Utah should be proud of Mitt Romney
    I’m sure I join thousands of people around the country and in Utah who couldn’t help but notice that — after a powerful speech and a decision based on deep religious faith from Sen. Mitt Romney — your other senator, Mike Lee, I’m sure also a Mormon, showed his lack of moral courage and failure of his own faith with his vote on impeachment.The contrast couldn't have been more clear.I’m not a Mormon or even deeply religious, but I know courage and character when
  • Letter: Salt Lake City School District board needs to be investigated

    Letter: Salt Lake City School District board needs to be investigated
    After reading The Tribune article about the firing of Ford White, principal of West High School, I concluded that the school board needs investigating. They requested 16 principals districtwide be fired. When Lexi Cunningham, the school’s superintendent, declined to do so, she was forced to resign. This action by the school board needs looking into.Ford White seems to be a caring administrator. Taking drunken teenagers home seems a better solution than calling the police. If calling the po
  • Letter: People in power show their ignorance

    Letter: People in power show their ignorance
    Ignorance In action. There’s a lot of it out there.People who voted for the current administration are, in truth, responsible for the mess and divisiveness our country is experiencing. They have listened and believed those who think they know what is best for all of us.Those in power locally and, especially, in Washington continue to show their ignorance. It shines bright. It is greed, and not what is best in the people, that drives them to ignore the Constitution and its principles.We reg
  • Letter: Lee is Trump’s trained seal

    Letter: Lee is Trump’s trained seal
    While President Trump trashed Sen. Mitt Romney for his impeachment vote, Sen. Mike Lee was in the audience performing his new role as a court jester and acting like a trained seal. The only thing Lee didn’t do was bounce a ball off his nose. Guess that’s next.Trump attacked Romney’s religion and values, the same religion and values shared by Lee and most of his Utah constituents. But rather than standing up for all Utahns by walking out of the room, our rosy-cheeked, trained se
  • Letter: How to enable a bully

    Letter: How to enable a bully
    Writing in The New York Times, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, reported that “In private, Republicans admit they acquitted Trump out of fear.” Apparently, the report that Republican senators were warned, “Vote against the president and your head will be on a pike,” was true, because Sen. Mitt Romney is being attacked mercilessly.Dishonesty, corruption, fraud and being a bully are not core Utah values, yet we have our own lawmakers jumping into the fray to “censure&rdquo
  • Letter: Glad that Mitt Romney represents us

    Letter: Glad that Mitt Romney represents us
    Utah has a citizen, member of the U.S. Senate, husband and father who needs to be praised for his stand and declaration of truth and integrity, not censured by legislators of the Utah House of Representatives.I am thankful that Mitt Romney represents us at a time when it appears that ugliness, greed and a would-be king wants to ruin our great country.Peter Bsumek, Cottonwood Heights
  • Letter: Doomed to repeat the 1930s?

    Letter: Doomed to repeat the 1930s?
    It is hard to believe that so many are so oblivious to the exact similarities between today in the United States and the 1930s in Germany.Please do not doom us to a repeat.Lorna M. Hardy, MillcreekSubmit a letter to the editor
  • Letter: Americans admire Utah and its senator

    Letter: Americans admire Utah and its senator
    Patriotic Americans in every state admire the people of Utah for electing Sen. Mitt Romney.Knowing his vote would not affect the outcome and that he (as well as his family) would be viciously attacked by Trump and Trump’s cult, Romney demonstrated integrity.All the world knows he lives his faith. Harder than talking Christianity is living as Christ taught when it is hard.Whether or not everyone reading this would have the same opinion had President Obama done exactly as has trump, Romney h
  • George Pyle: The Republican Party has gone totally Old Yeller on us

    George Pyle: The Republican Party has gone totally Old Yeller on us
    Yes, I said the f-word on television. I said it once, but I thought I got away with it all right.A few people did notice. By the time I got back to my desk the phone was ringing and I had two unhappy emails. The man on the phone just wanted me to know that he was calling my editor to get me fired. One of the emails wanted to know if I knew the definition of fascism.(That was the word I used appearing on Fox 13 News last Thursday. Why? What did you think I meant?)One can never tell in this busine
  • [Deseret News] - Utah Jazz wins over Houston and Dallas signal return to limiting opponent’s second chances

    [Deseret News] - Utah Jazz wins over Houston and Dallas signal return to limiting opponent’s second chances
    DALLAS — Prior to the most recent two games, against the Houston Rockets and the Dallas Mavericks, the last time the Utah Jazz held an opponent to less than 10 second-chance points was on Jan. 20...
  • [Fox Sports] - Jazz face the Heat on 3-game win streak

    [Fox Sports] - Jazz face the Heat on 3-game win streak
    Utah hosts Miami looking to prolong its three-game win streak

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