BC-UT--Utah News Coverage Advisory, UT
Good morning. Here’s an updated look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up in Utah.
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WWII PILOT BURIED
SALT LAKE CITY _ The remains of a World War II pilot shot down in Germany have arrived back in his home state of Utah, where they’re expected to be buried on Thursday. UPCOMING: About 300 words.
_ JOHN PINTO-HONORARY DEGREE: New Mexico state Sen. John Pinto, one of the longest-serving Native American legislators in U.S. history, is set to be recognized with an honorary degree from Navajo Technical University.
NEW YORK _ The Utah Jazz visit the New York Knicks.
VISTA, Calif. — There’s always been a rebelliousness and a bit of an attitude to skateboarding, and now there’s credibility. That’s what being added to the Olympics will do for a sport, and that was the vibe when USA Skateboarding announced its first-ever national team of eight men and eight women, including stars Nyjah Huston, Brighton Zeuner and Tom Schaar. By Bernie Wilson. SENT: 910 words, photos.
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