Lawmaker: Utah should take over Bears Ears monument
Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab, unveiled a resolution Friday that proposes the state acquire the Bears Ears National Monument in San Juan County and work with Native American tribes to establish a management plan.
Sports College recruiters historically back off LDS athletes, yet faith continues to abound
Kaleb Hatch, Joe Critchlow and other LDS football players know how it feels to have college recruiters back away after they announce plans to serve two-year missions. Yet the market remains productive and faith is served.
Home What the BYU Pathway program is in 11 graphics
Two weeks ago, the LDS Church announced BYU-Pathway Worldwide, a new global college education program for teenagers to octogenarians. So, what exactly is Pathway?
Sports Skyline holds off Judge's comeback attempt to win the 4A title in gritty OT game
Skyline won the 4A state girls basketball title with a 60-57 victory in overtime against Judge Memorial. Barrett Jessop led Skyline with 20 points, while Madison Grange added 16 points, including the critical free throws.
Type of nerve agent that killed Kim Jong Un's half-brother formerly stockpiled in Utah
A nerve agent used to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother in a Malaysian airport was among a variety of chemical weapons formerly stockpiled at the Deseret Chemical Depot in Tooele County.
Inside the newsroom: Making media the enemy is dangerous
Shedding light on our discussions inside the newsroom during the past two weeks may bring some much-needed perspective during this time of uncertainty.