Former Utah Supreme Court Justice Ronald E. Nehring dies

Former Utah Supreme Court Justice Ronald E. Nehring died Friday, May 24, 2019. Utah Administrative Office of the Courts SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Supreme Court Justice Ronald E. Nehring died Friday from complications due to cancer at age 71. Nehring served on the state’s high court from 2003 until his retirement in 2015. “Ron was a judge’s judge,” said Utah Supreme Court Chief Justice Matthew Durrant. “He treated all who appeared before him, and all with whom he worked, with unwavering dignity and respect. He had a rock-solid commitment to justice. His opinions were always thoughtful and elegantly …read more Source:: Deseret News – Utah News       

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Real Salt Lake on a roll as it heads on the road

Real Salt Lake forward Jefferson Savarino (7) kicks the ball during an MLS game against Atlanta United at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, on Friday, May 24, 2019. Real Salt Lake won 2-1. Real Salt Lake midfielder Sebastian Saucedo (23) celebrates scoring a goal in the first half of an MLS game against Atlanta United at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Friday, May 24, 2019. Real Salt Lake won 2-1. Kristin Murphy, Deseret News Real Salt Lake forward Sam Johnson (50) kicks the ball in front …read more Source:: Deseret News – Sports News       

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Trump says he ‘smiled’ when Kim Jong Un insulted Joe Biden, wasn’t ‘disturbed’ by North Korean missile tests even though his advisers were

President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that he wasn’t “disturbed” by recent North Korean missile tests, even though his advisers were. He said he has “confidence” in North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and said he “smiled” when he learned Kim had insulted former Vice President Joe Biden. Top Trump officials like John Bolton, the national security adviser, have condemned the North Korean tests, saying Saturday they violated United Nations resolutions. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that he has “confidence” in North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and wasn’t “disturbed” by the country’s missile tests earlier this month that his own advisers have said… Read More

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Flooding leads to Oklahoma and Arkansas evacuations

Homes are flooded near the Arkansas River in Tulsa, Okla., on Friday, May 24, 2019. The threat of potentially devastating flooding continued Friday along the Arkansas River from Tulsa into western Arkansas. (Tom Gilbert/Tulsa World via AP) Tom Gilbert Homes are flooded on the Arkansas River in Tulsa, Okla., on Friday, May 24, 2019. The threat of potentially devastating flooding continued Friday along the Arkansas River from Tulsa into western Arkansas. (Tom Gilbert/Tulsa World via AP) TomGilbertTulsaWorld Water is released from the Keystone Dam into the Arkansas River …read more Source:: Deseret News – U.S. & World News       

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Pope unplugged: Relentless new BYU coach outlines vision for future of basketball program

BYU men’s basketball coach Mark Pope poses in the Marriott Center in Provo on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Steve Griffin, Deseret News BYU men’s basketball coach Mark Pope poses in the Marriott Center in Provo on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Steve Griffin, Deseret News BYU introduces Mark Pope as their new men’s head basketball coach at a press conference at the BYU Broadcast Building in Provo on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. …read more Source:: Deseret News – Sports News       

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Mike Fiers, A’s send Mariners to 5th straight loss, 6-5

By JANIE McCAULEY AP Sports Writer OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Mike Fiers won in his first start at the Coliseum since pitching a no-hitter earlier this month and the Oakland Athletics beat Seattle 6-5 Saturday, sending the Mariners to their fifth straight loss. A’s 6, Mariners 5: Box score Matt Chapman homered and Ramon Laureano doubled in his fifth straight game, matching Miguel Tejada for the Oakland record. Domingo Santana hit two home runs and Mitch Haniger also connected for Seattle, which has lost eight of nine. Mashed. Tater. #TrueToTheBlue x Mitch Haniger pic.twitter.com/g78xNYuWP1 — Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) May 25, 2019 Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager doubled and singled in… Read More

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SUU Sherratt Library makes sizable donation of materials to National Museum of Brazil

Richard Saunders, Southern Utah University collections development librarian, is pictured with materials the university has donated to the National Museum of Brazil, which was devastated by fire last year. Southern Utah University Southern Utah University has donated a sizable amount of materials to the National Museum of Brazil, which was devastated by fire last year. Southern Utah University …read more Source:: Deseret News – Utah News       

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10 wounded following shooting at New Jersey bar, say police

At least two gunmen fired into a crowd outside a bar in New Jersey’s capital city, wounding 10 people, two critically, but the motive for the shooting remains unknown, authorities said. Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri said a vehicle pulled up to the corner outside Ramoneros Liquor and Bar in Trenton at about 12:25 a.m. Saturday and when the shooters fired more than 30 shots before fleeing. Five men and five women were taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds. Two of the male victims were listed in critical but stable condition while the others were in stable condition. Police Director Sheilah Coley said the 10 victims — eight Trenton… Read More

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Hackers reportedly launched a cyberattack on Baltimore with a leaked NSA tool

Hackers are reportedly using a tool leaked from the National Security Agency in a cyberattack that has plagued the city of Baltimore since May 7. The New York Times reported that the tool, called EternalBlue, has affected residents’ access to “real estate sales, water bills, health alerts,” and other city services. The tool has also been used in other major cyber attacks, including WannaCry in May 2017, as well as the June 2017 NotPetya attacks against Ukranian banks and official systems. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. A tool leaked from the National Security Agency has reportedly been at the center of a ransomware attack that has shut down… Read More

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