SUNDAY EDITION

Jenny Wilson, Temple Renovations, and Notre Dame Fire

Apr 21, 2019, 7:02 PM | Updated: 7:05 pm

SUNDAY EDITION – Salt Lake County mayor Jenny Wilson heads out to learn from county residents–where you can talk with her.

Plus, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announcing plans to renovate the Salt Lake City Temple and surrounding Temple Square.

And on this Easter Sunday, the Catholic community and beyond mourns the loss of the Notre Dame cathedral. We chat with our own Lori Prichard about what it means for her, half a world away.

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