'I didn't even have time to think,' says trooper hit during traffic stop
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper hit during a traffic stop earlier this month spoke for the first time Thursday about the crash, sharing details of his injuries, his love for the job and his hopes to keep roads safe.
Sports Doug Robinson: A missing Malone — and no real explanation
It was so difficult to believe that Karl Malone would really miss the reunion of the 1997 NBA Finals team that many — including John Stockton — expected him to arrive at the last moment, unannounced, Favre-like.
Utah See why Nate Silver is suddenly 'worried' about data
Nate Silver, the editor-in-chief of FiveThirtyEight, spoke at Domopalooza's second day about the importance of data.
Opinion Commentary: Why religious denominations decline and how to fix it
Early Christian leaders instinctively understood those with the capacity to be truly devoted are yearning to be taught about the divine, especially the supernatural that empowers their lives with eternal significance as they face daily difficulties.
Utahn killed in attack remembered as fixture in music community
A West Bountiful man was killed and his wife injured in a terrorist attack in London on Wednesday while the couple was visiting the woman's parents, who are serving an LDS mission in England.
Herbert signs bill lowering blood-alcohol limit to .05 percent
Gov. Gary Herbert on Thursday signed the controversial bill that lowers the legal blood-alcohol limit to .05 percent, stressing repeatedly it is an issue of public safety.