The man accused of gunning down a 72-year-old man on his doorstep in West Valley City has been released from jail without being charged. Read more »
As millions of revelers around the world dress in ghoulish costumes to mark Halloween and the darker side of life, Pope Francis warned that the devil is no myth and must be fought strenuously with... Read more »
Famine, drought, viruses, blood-red moons, a scorched and depopulated Earth — the end of the world as we know it turns out to be a rollicking good time. Read more »
Sales of single-family homes along the Wasatch Front fell 3 percent in the third quarter compared with last year, according to the Salt Lake Board of Realtors Quarterly Housing Report.... Read more »
A small plane lost power after takeoff and crashed into a flight-training building while trying to return to a Kansas airport Thursday, killing four people, injuring five others and igniting a fire... Read more »
Amy Stevens, a professional matchmaker and dating coach, and marriage and family therapist Alisa Snell, were recently featured on Mormon Channel Daily and offered their tips for greater success in... Read more »
The fourth-ranked Snow Canyon Warriors upset top-ranked Morgan in a thrilling five-set victory at UVU's UCCU Center on Thursday. Snow Canyon won 25-16, 25-15, 15-25, 22-25, 15-13. It was their... Read more »
Salt Lake City received a $500,000 federal grant to fund YouthCity STEM, an after-school program for underserved middle and high school students, city leaders announced Thursday. Read more »
Another marathon NBA season is off and running (?) — 82 games, plus playoffs and preseason, covering eight months and pretty much all four seasons. You know where this is going: Too. Many.... Read more »
What if “The Hunger Games” movies were musicals? BYUtv's sketch comedy show "Studio C" answered that question by releasing three new musical parodies of the popular Hunger Games series... Read more »
In a battle of the best of Region 13, defending champion Enterprise claimed the first two sets of the match and held on in the fourth frame to outlast Delta, 3-1, and be crowned 2A state champs for... Read more »
Too much leverage is dangerous, both to individual homeowners and to giant financial institutions. And well-meaning policies, such as promoting home ownership, can sometimes have disastrous... Read more »
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