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The entire real estate industry is about building customer relationships with a solid management as it’s crucial for their business. For this customer relationship management software is here to help in creating and managing the bond real estate agents have with their customers, both property owners as buyers & renters. This software helps in retaining and attracting the clients along with streamlining transactions of all those deals to close on time.

U. president decries 'deeply offensive' tweet from comedian David Cross

SALT LAKE CITY — University of Utah President Ruth Watkins condemned Sunday the use of religious undergarments in a tweet promoting an upcoming comedy show on campus.

She called the use of the imagery "deeply offensive," but defended the comedian's free speech rights.

BYU football: Jacob Jimenez overcomes challenges, both on and off the field of play

PROVO — BYU has been a challenge for junior offensive lineman Jacob Jimenez, both on and off the field of play, but he's largely met most of the challenges thrown his way and is on the cusp of receiving a starting assignment this coming season.

Dream of citizenship at risk for immigrants in the U.S. military

LEHI — In 2016, Yongde Chen, 36, joined the U.S. military on a journey that he hoped would lead him to become a naturalized American citizen. But recent developments have stalled that journey and put his dream in peril, as well as risked his family's ability to remain in the United States.

Utah mom launches child care-sharing network

PROVO — Lisa Draper loves being a mother to her three young children, but she also needs time away from them to be completely happy.

"I know what a long and frustrating thing it is to find a baby sitter, sometimes calling six people until you find one, and nights are hard to nail down and weekends are even harder," the Lehi mom said.

'Old Coots' booth at farmers market offers 'probably bad advice'

SALT LAKE CITY — Since the earliest traces of human civilization, the market has found a home in society. While it may be millennia removed from the Ancient Agora of Athens, the Downtown Farmers Marketin Salt Lake City's Pioneer Park is still a place where locals show up to peddle their wares.

A birthday for Salt Lake City's magnificent cathedral

SALT LAKE CITY — This past Wednesday, on Aug. 15, a religious edifice in downtown Salt Lake City revered for its architectural magnificence, spiritual significance and magnetism for the faithful had another birthday.

Nope, not that edifice.

The other one.

Utah lawmaker proposes putting a team in every school to catch red flags

BOUNTIFUL — In the aftermath of the Valentine's Day shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, the Utah Legislature established a special commission to explore the issues of school safety.

It quickly learned a tragic common denominator of school massacres: People typically look back after the fact and realize there were warning signs that everyone missed — or didn't take seriously.

NFL locals: Fred Warner recovers fumble and James Cowser intercepts pass

Former BYU linebacker Fred Warner had a good first game in his NFL debut.

One week after missing the San Francisco 49ers' preseason opener with a chest injury, Warner played 34 defensive snaps and six on special teams in the 49ers' 16-13 loss to the Houston Texans on Saturday.

Science Says: 'The warmer it is, the more fire we see'

As temperatures rise in the U.S. West, so do the flames.

The years with the most acres burned by wildfires have some of the hottest temperatures, an Associated Press analysis of fire and weather data found. As human-caused climate change has warmed the world over the past 35 years, the land consumed by flames has more than doubled.