ICYMI: 10 stories from the holiday weekend

Tons of gathered on the Utah State Capitol Saturday to face with Ukraine. (Jackson Grimm, KSL-TV)

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SALT LAKE CITY — Listed below are 10 tales you could have missed over the President’s Dayweekend. As all the time, click on on the headline to learn the total story.

1. Police determine man doubtless stabbed, thrown from automotive onto freeway

Police have recognized the person discovered lifeless with stab wounds early Saturday within the southbound lanes of Bangerter Freeway close to 7800 South. The person was recognized Sunday as Cesar Adan Martinez, 37. Martinez had not too long ago moved to Salt Lake Metropolis from West Valley Metropolis.

2. Tons of collect at state Capitol to rally assist for Ukraine

Tons of gathered on the state Capitol Saturday in a rally to face with Ukraine.

“Consider us. Our individuals are being killed; children are being killed by the aggression of Russia,” Iryna Kavetska mentioned. Kavetska, who has lived in Salt Lake County for 13 years, pleaded for the security of her household in Ukraine.

3. Household, pals of motorcyclist killed in wrong-way crash name for security measures

Troopers say wrong-way crashes have gotten extra frequent in Utah. Family and friends of Greg Workman, a motorcyclist killed in a wrong-way crash, on Saturday known as for extra prevention measures throughout a vigil for him at Hatch Park, not removed from the freeway the place he died.

4. Cox orders all Russian merchandise pulled from Utah liquor retailer cabinets

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox is ordering all Russian vodka to be pulled off of Utah’s state-run liquor retailer cabinets successfully instantly. The governor issued the chief order Saturday taking down the Russian liquor merchandise in response to the invasion of Russian navy forces into Ukraine.

5. Aged pedestrian significantly injured in Brigham Metropolis hit-and-run

Brigham Metropolis police have arrested a person who they are saying was concerned in a hit-and-run crash that significantly injured a 76-year-old man Saturday evening. The person was crossing the road and was hit within the southbound lane in entrance of a gasoline station close to 600 S. Essential about 7:20 p.m., Brigham Metropolis police mentioned. The person was transported to the hospital with severe accidents.

Brigham Young Cougars forward Atiki Ally Atiki (4) dunks during the game against the Pepperdine Waves at the Marriott Center in Provo on Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022.
Brigham Younger Cougars ahead Atiki Ally Atiki (4) dunks throughout the recreation towards the Pepperdine Waves on the Marriott Heart in Provo on Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022. (Photograph: Spenser Heaps, Deseret Information)

Sports activities

1. ‘It feels totally different’: The Jazz’s evolution continues with win over league-leading Suns

After Sunday’s 118-114 win over the Phoenix Suns, the Jazz have strung collectively two straight high-quality wins to start post-All-Star break play. And, yeah, it feels totally different.

2. In ‘attacking the strain’ of predictions, BYU ladies cruise to 1st regular-season title since 2016

Shaylee Gonzales poured in 18 factors, eight rebounds, three assists and 4 steals, and Paisley Harding added 14 factors and 4 rebounds as No. 19 BYU rolled to a 82-52 win at Pacific on the Spanos Heart to clinch the Cougars’ first West Coast Convention regular-season title in seven years.

3. Here is BYU’s path on the WCC Event in Las Vegas

The Cougars drew a No. 5 seed and can tip off the event Friday on the Orleans Enviornment in Las Vegas towards the winner of Loyola Marymount and Pacific. It is the lowest seed BYU has drawn in its decade within the convention after the Cougars completed with a 21-9 file that features a 9-6 mark in league play.

4. Late push falls quick as Solar Devils edge previous Utes in 63-61 loss

Utah erased a 14-point deficit to tie the sport up 59-all on a Branden Carlson 3-pointer on the prime of the important thing with 1:04 left within the recreation. After a pair of made free throws by Arizona State on the following possession, Carlson discovered Marco Anthony alone underneath the rim for a dunk to tie it up once more with 28 seconds left in regulation.

5. Utah Valley sends off seniors, together with Fardaws Aimaq, with residence win over CBU

Celebrating senior day as certainly one of 5 graduating gamers, the 6-foot-11, 245-pound middle from Vancouver, British Columbia poured in 20 factors, 16 rebounds and two blocked pictures to assist Utah Valley overwhelm visiting California Baptist, 63-54.

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