Jazz play clutch defense to take 3-2 series lead with 96-92 win over Clippers
Gordon Hayward had 27 points after having fallen ill on Sunday night, and the Jazz defeated the Clippers on the road to take a 3-2 lead in their first round playoff series.
Sports BYU basketball experiencing more roster turnover with departures
At the start of last season, the Cougars appeared to have arrived at a point where they could enjoy some continuity for years to come. But that isn't the case.
Family Podcast: Here's a first look at the 2017 summer movie fantasy league
Host Adam Mangum and guest Alan Seawright talk about 16 summer movies and predict how each will fare with critics, fans and at the box office. It's a league so, come this fall, there will be a winner.
Faith Mormon history stars in legal brief on Trump travel ban
Legalized discrimination against Mormons in the 1800s should be part of the 9th Circuit Court's consideration of the travel ban so the federal government can avoid repeating mistakes that hobbled Mormonism for decades, scholars say in a legal brief.
Rift exposes tensions in University of Utah health care system
It remains unclear how the university will move forward after an unusually public and ugly rift exposing tensions between the Huntsman Cancer Institute and the larger organization it belongs to, University of Utah Health.
University of Utah reinstates fired Huntsman Cancer Institute CEO
Mary Beckerle, the former Huntsman Cancer Institute director and CEO who was fired abruptly last week, was reinstated to her role effective immediately Tuesday.
RSL notebook: Petke sets the record straight on team strategy
Former Cougar Pitta envisions bright future for BYU's next potential star TE
Boys soccer: Bingham prevails in region clash with Copper Hills
Former BYU basketball coach Tony Ingle 'making lemonade out of lemons'
Collette, Jackson among players with local ties to declare for 2017 NBA draft
Load more stories