One mother made sure her son, who was the star quarterback and the prom king, was remembered at his high school graduation after he died on prom night. Read more »
About 350 students in Jordan School District who have special needs gathered to give it their all in track and field events during the annual Special Needs Sports Day. Read more »
BYU's Tyler Haws hasn’t gained serious interest from NBA teams, and although he may have a great future playing professional basketball, several NBA draft experts say that the league may not... Read more »
Dozens of superhero tales on the big and small screen may seem like overkill, but they're actually satisfying a demand for fundamental moral examinations of good versus evil in bright, shiny packages. Read more »
Over the past generation, no one has written more deeply and spoken more widely about the contours of American faith and spirituality than Phyllis Tickle. Read more »
An Ogden man who fired a gun a federal agents last fall will spend more than 12 years in a prison. Read more »
Congress' debate over domestic surveillance is scrambling partisan divisions in the Senate as libertarian-minded Republicans defy their leaders to make common cause with liberal Democrats. Read more »
Lone Peak announced Friday that it has hired former BYU-Hawaii assistant coach David Evans to lead its boys basketball program. Read more »
Thanks to young adult dystopian franchises like the Hunger Games and Divergent and adult epics like the new “Mad Max” film, there seems to be a post-apocalypse for everyone in the... Read more »
President Obama came to Washington’s most politically connected synagogue Friday with a dual mission — to celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month and to mark the first... Read more »
As a politician, former Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova was used to asking people for their votes. On Friday, he asked county residents for their forgiveness after admitting that he misused... Read more »
California regulators have accepted a historic offer by farmers to make a 25 percent voluntary water cut to avoid deeper mandatory losses during the drought. Read more »
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