Things you should know today: 12/5/18


With 11 names left, search for wildfire missing winds down

Jean Uno searches for heirlooms at her parent’s Magalia, Calif., home, destroyed by the Camp Fire, on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Uno also lost her home in Paradise during the blaze. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

Only 11 names remain on the list of missing people in the aftermath of the Northern California fires. The list has fluctuated for the past two weeks as it has been cleared of duplicates and those already found. The death toll dropped from 88 to 85 after examiners cleared duplicate names.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are greeted by former President George Bush and former first lady Laura Bush outside the Blair House across the street from the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 4. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Four former U.S. presidents and President Donald Trump gathered with other public figures, soldiers and citizens to attend the viewing of President George H. W. Bush. The federal government is closed Wednesday, Dec. 5, for the funeral and a national day of mourning.

1st baby born using uterus transplanted from deceased donor

This Dec. 15, 2017 photo provided by transplant surgeon Dr. Wellington Andraus shows the baby girl born to a woman with a uterus transplanted from a deceased donor at the Hospital das Clinicas of the University of Sao Paulo School of Medicine, Sao Paulo, Brazil, on the day of her birth. Nearly a year later, mother and baby are both healthy. (Courtesy Dr. Wellington Andraus via AP)

Brazillian doctors reported the first successful birth with a uterus transplant from a deceased donor. The baby was born last December by cesarean section to a woman who was born without a uterus. Eleven successful births have resulted from live uterus transplants, typically from friends or family of the mother.

KSL creates map of where to find holiday lights in Utah

From Temple Square to private homes with spectacular decorations, use this map to find information about over 50 places you can go to see Christmas lights. If you know pf another light display, you can submit it to KSL to be added to the map.

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