For boy with brain tumor, some races don't have a finish line
Lota Ward gained notoriety as a 7-year-old ultrarunner, but he's become iconic in the running community for the way he's endured seven surgeries that have, so far, failed to rid his brain of the teratoma tumor.
InDepth Q&A: What Mormon currency says about early American history
A forthcoming book and museum exhibit use both ordinary and unusual objects to explore the religious concerns of early Americans.
Opinion In our opinion: Restricting religious liberty's costly
To combat complacency or apathy when approaching the topic of religious freedom abroad, citizens can be vigilant in securing religious liberty at home by practicing their faith traditions.
Jazz beat Clippers in Game 7 to advance to conference semifinals against Golden State
Gordon Hayward led Utah with 26 points. Rudy Gobert scored just one point in 13 minutes thanks to foul trouble, but Derrick Favors scored 17 points and had 11 rebounds in relief.
State water officials say more conservation, accurate data needed
While water suppliers and Utahns are responding well to an effort to reduce water usage by 25 percent, Utah is still using more water than it needs and will need to set additional conservation goals.
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