U of U sex assault reporting complaint draws feds' attention
A pair of University of Utah graduates dissatisfied with how the school handled a 2016 report of rape on campus has drawn new federal scrutiny to the college.
Opinion Inside the newsroom: Into India to make the case for peace
Deseret News reporter Tad Walch went to India and found a strong message for peace and similarities with sentiments in America.
Sports Harmon: What will BYU do without star LB Francis Bernard, and will he be returning?
BYU announced this week the Cougars would be without junior linebacker Francis Bernard for the season, that he would redshirt for personal reasons. How will the team adjust its schemes in his absence, and will he even be returning to BYU?
Utah Search crews looking for missing Vernal man near Chepeta Lake
The Duchesne County Sheriff's Office reports it is looking for a Vernal man, in his 70s or 80s, in the Chepeta Lake area. Joseph Weyerman was reported missing by his family on Thursday when he failed to return on Wednesday from a camping trip.
Utah donors help ease the lives of Syrian refugees
On Saturday, dozens of volunteers joined organizers from Lifting Hands International and Helping Hand for Relief and Development to fill a shipping container with critical supplies needed by Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Multimillion-dollar effort underway to help the Logan River
A critical source of water in northern Utah, the Logan River, is on the receiving end of some TLC to help address a nutrient pollution problem caused by a variety of factors, especially erosion.