LONDON -- James Johnson sank a fade-away jump shot from the baseline at the buzzer Tuesday to give the Chicago Bulls a 102-101 win over the Utah Jazz in an NBA preseason game.
ST. LOUIS -- The lowly Rams have someone who loves them.
Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh said Tuesday he is teaming up with St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts in a bid to buy the Rams, owners of the NFL's longest losing streak at 14 and just 5-31 since 2007.
SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Division of Water Resources says it is time to start shutting down automatic sprinkler systems.
SALT LAKE CITY -- An official with a U.S. Department of Energy site in South Carolina says shipments of nearly 15,000 drums of depleted uranium slated for disposal in Utah are set to start in December -- two months later than originally estimated.
WASHINGTON -- Same-sex couples would be allowed to marry in the nation's capital under a bill introduced Tuesday by a District of Columbia councilman.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is meeting with gay rights advocacy groups for the first time since saying he is opposed to providing legal protections for gay and transgender people.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Enrollment is up more than 8 percent at Utah's public colleges and universities.
Higher education officials say it's the largest increase in the system's 40-year history.
More than 16,000 students enrolled for the fall semester.
Local health departments have received the first shipment of H1N1 nasal spray vaccine.
Starting today, it will be available at the Weber-Morgan Health Department, 477 23rd St., Ogden, which is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Bear River Health Department offers the vaccine from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. For more information, visit www.brhd.org.
OGDEN -- The city council may decide tonight to take public input Oct. 27 on a proposed zoning ordinance amendment that could force three sexually oriented businesses to relocate.
The proposed amendment employs a state law that allows cities to amortize nonconforming zoning uses so that they are eventually eliminated.
There are three sexually oriented businesses in Ogden that are nonconforming, according to a report from the city's planning department staff.
OGDEN -- Four high school pals have been charged with communications fraud, accused of bouncing thousands of dollars in bad checks on empty accounts in Riverdale.
"They opened the accounts, then wrote checks for thousands and thousands of dollars as fast as they could," Riverdale Police Lt. Jim Ebert said.
"They tried to do it as quickly as possible before the banks closed the checking accounts for insufficient funds."
With startling naivete, Ebert said, they were then surprised when they were arrested.