May Day marchers take to streets in Seattle

People march during an anti-capitalism protest Sunday, May 1, 2016, in Seattle. (Grant Hindsley/seattlepi.com via AP) MAGS OUT; NO SALES; SEATTLE TIMES OUT; TV OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle police used pepper spray to disperse black-clad anti-capitalist protesters authorities say threw rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails at officers during a rowdy May Day gathering.

Anti-capitalists clash with police on May Day

Traditional Aztec dancers headed up the annual El Comite May Day March for Worker and Immigrant Rights, stopping to perform numerous times, Sunday May 1, 2016, in Seattle. (Ken Lambert/The Seattle Times via AP)

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle police used pepper spray Sunday evening to disperse anti-capitalist protesters after authorities said rocks, flares and bricks were thrown at officers downtown.

Strong winds cause outages in northern Utah

People work to remove debris after a Cottonwood tree fell on a home in South Ogden, Utah, Sunday, May 1, 2016. Thousands of residents in northern and central Utah faced a massive cleanup project Sunday after powerful winds left trails of broken tree limbs and other debris. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP) DESERET NEWS OUT; LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; MAGS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Thousands of residents in northern and central Utah faced a massive cleanup project Sunday after powerful winds left trails of broken tree limbs and other debris.

Tortoise population in S. Utah steady but small

File -This Sept. 3, 2008 file photo shows an endangered desert tortoise sitting in the middle of an eastern Mojave Desert road. The Mojave Desert Tortoise population is holding steady in the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve in southern Utah, but the animal still hasn't fully recovered from fires and drought that negatively impacted more than a decade ago. The Spectrum newspaper in St. George reports that wildlife officials counted about 15 Mojave Desert Tortoises per square kilometer in a sampling taken in 2015 in the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve. In 2013 there were 16 tortoises per square kilometer.(AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — The Mojave Desert Tortoise population is holding steady in the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve in southern Utah, but the animal still hasn’t fully recovered from fires and drought that negatively impacted the population more than a decade ago.

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