More Americans who hope to adopt now consider foster children
A new survey says more people who plan to adopt at least consider children in foster care, though it hasn't translated to many adoptions yet. A lot of myths surround the 110,000 children in foster care waiting to be adopted.
Sports Hollis: How will the Utah Jazz fare in the wildly talented West?
With several high-profile NBA players changing teams and the free-agent frenzy finally over, it's time to assess just how the Utah Jazz stack up against their Western Conference opponents.
Utah The past celebrations (and one protest) of Pioneer Day
Take a look back at some of the iconic Pioneer Day celebrations.
Opinion In our opinion: America's forebearers are a blueprint for modern-day pioneers
America needs trailblazers and moral exemplars. The Utah pioneers gave the nation both.
LDS Church 'going forward' with alternative to Scouting for older teens
It's been 10-plus weeks since the LDS Church announced it will institute a new activity program for young men ages 14 through 18 while maintaining participation in Cub and Boy Scouts.
New driver-assist tech may be moving faster than consumers can handle
Driver-assist technology is becoming ubiquitous on new vehicles but the wide variety of terms and labels used to identify these features could be creating safety hazards.