Would military exit oath be enough to prevent veteran suicide?
The House recently passed and the Senate is pondering an oath military members could sign promising no self-harm.
Sports BYU football: Offense solidifies packages, not necessarily a depth chart
BYU offensive coordinator Ty Detmer has spent fall camp identifying which personnel work best with certain offensive packages, rather than putting together an unyielding depth chart.
Entertainment Everything you need to know about the Great American Eclipse
On Aug. 21, the path of a total solar eclipse will cross the United States, making it the first eclipse visible in the United States since 1991.
Faith Nine years later, LDS Charities wheelchair still keeps man mobile in India village
A wheelchair given to a villager in central India in 2008 still works, a symbol of the long-term strategy LDS Charities continued to use as it donated 55,000 wheelchairs across 48 countries last year.
After week of arrests, Operation Rio Grande leaders focus on treatment
Following a week of arrests around Salt Lake's downtown homeless shelter, state leaders say they are ready to begin the treatment stage of the three-phase plan to clean up the beleaguered neighborhood.
John Curtis sews up 3rd District GOP victory; Herrod concedes
Additional results released Friday in the 3rd Congressional District primary election nailed down victory for Provo Mayor John Curtis, prompting the runner-up in the three-way race to concede.