Special report: Why some Greek people open their homes to refugees
Disturbed by the plight of refugees camping almost in their backyards, some Greek people are opening their homes to refugees.
Sports Veteran Joe Johnson happy to help Jazz in any way he can
Seven-time all-star Joe Johnson is happy to be in Utah and hopes to bring veteran leadership to the young Jazz.
Sports 6 can't-miss Utah high school football games for the week of Sept. 30
The week of Sept. 30 may be the most exciting week of Utah high school football yet.
Utah U.S. House requests investigation into possible abduction of BYU student
A resolution directs the State Department and Intelligence community to investigate whether North Korean government operatives abducted him.
Utah's poor student-to-nurse ratio puts pressure on volunteers, parents
Each Utah school nurse serves about 4,300 students on average among the worst in the nation.
Teacher shortage ranks as Utahns' biggest concern in education
Utah's teacher shortage is the No. 1 education-related concern for residents, according to a new report from Envision Utah.