The 12th-seeded Utes face No. 5 Washington in Seattle Thursday to open tourney play. Read more »
BOSTON — On Tuesday, the Utah Jazz left Memphis with an impressive win. On Wednesday night in New England, they checked into Heartbreak Hotel. Moments after Gordon Hayward gave the Jazz... Read more »
RICHFIELD — The high school basketball season concludes with the 1A basketball tournament. Games will be streamed live. Click on link for roundup of game. Here's the schedule:... Read more »
Thirteen years after their disappearance, missionaries from the Philadelphia Pennsylvania Mission find and return a box containing one man's personal history and records. Read more »
The Senate gave its final approval to a bill that would facilitate a smartphone application to better connect students with resources to deal with violence, harassment and suicide. Read more »
The court probably will rule that the IRS acted contrary to law. If so, the IRS certainly will not have acted contrary to its pattern of corruption in the service of the current administration. Read more »
Sometimes kids have a few things they can teach us adults. One of them is they are vulnerable and we need to help them learn life's lessons, not by cheating but by playing fair. Read more »
Testifying in his father's murder trial, Pelle Wall recounted the tense relationship that existed between his parents following their divorce and his father's erratic behavior following his... Read more »
It's the combination of "net" price, graduation, loans and post-graduation experience that matters on the "Best Bang for the Buck" rankings on washingtonmonthly.com, and many Utah schools and... Read more »
A study tracking 2,000 children over two decades in Southern California shows that children's lung function improved significantly as pollution levels decreased. The study shows pollution control... Read more »
The question, for all practical purposes, is no longer whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev took part in the Boston Marathon bombing. It's whether he deserves to die for it. Read more »
A 17-year-old boy, who was 14 when police say he brutally killed 15-year-old Anne Kasprzak in 2012, was ordered Wednesday to stand trial for murder. Now a judge will decide whether he should stand... Read more »
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