An Mormon missionary serving in Micronesia died Thursday from injuries suffered in a fall. Read more »
Tragic details of the shooting deaths of Kyler Ramsdell-Oliva, 32, and her two daughters, Kenadee, 13, and Isabella, 7, are detailed in police reports. They provide clues but stop short of... Read more »
Research published Thursday in Science magazine involving the work of a Brigham Young University professor details a breakthrough involving the conversion of natural gas to liquid alcohol fuel. Read more »
Officials toured the nearly completed Draw at Sugarhouse Park on Friday. The $5.3 million underground passage comprises a bicycle and pedestrian highway crossing, a wildlife migration corridor and... Read more »
Bryan Byrge, 39, of Riverton, and John Coons, 35, of Herriman, were hit and killed as they attempted to turn east near the intersection of Redwood Road and 2100 North just after 6 a.m. Read more »
County prosecutors investigating former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff say they have come across allegations of wrongdoing by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Sen. Mike... Read more »
The House voted 41-28 late Thursday night to pass a bill restricting cellphone use while driving. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert spent the last night of the 2014 Legislature Thursday celebrating his success in getting nearly all of his $13.3 billion passed —without a controversial and costly... Read more »
Over the years, the Deseret News has amassed a large collection of recipes and delightful dishes in its online archives. In honor of National Pi Day (3.14), here's a look back through some of our... Read more »
Although National Pie Day is Jan. 23, it should not be confused with National Pi Day on March 14. The Greek letter "π" is also the letter that represents the value of the ratio of the... Read more »
Four same-sex couples who married in Utah during the brief time it was legal argued in federal court Wednesday that the state is disrupting their lives because it doesn't recognize their unions. Read more »
A British judge heard arguments Friday in the case of a disaffected Mormon who brought a case against LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson in a court in London. Read more »
Glass towers at the former 49th Street Galleria and Fun Dome were ceremoniously demolished Thursday in preparation for a charter school set to take over the building in July. Read more »
The Deseret News/KSL 2014 Sterling Scholar award winners were named Wednesday evening in the culmination of a competition that narrowed down a field of 1,000 candidates to 210, and then to 14 over... Read more »
A Murray man died Thursday night after he was pinned underneath a pickup truck in his driveway. Read more »
Kevin J Worthen, 57, BYU's advancement vice president and former dean of the BYU law school, will become BYU's 13th president on May 1. Read more »
The Deseret News/KSL 2014 Sterling Scholar award winners and runners-up were named Wednesday evening in the culmination of a competition that narrowed down a field of 1,000 candidates to 210, and... Read more »
Lawmakers took key steps on improving Utah's air quality by creating new programs, funding local research and providing tax-based incentives for clean cars. They directed more than $3 million in... Read more »
Lawmakers appropriated more than $240 million in additional funding to public and higher education during the 2014 legislative session. Read more »
Federal charges have been filed against a Murray man accused of holding a teenage girl hostage in his semitrailer for months in order to sexually and physically abuse her, and his arrest has... Read more »
Nearly 18 months ago, Pete Benda, a freshman at Juan Diego Catholic High School, fell 30 feet while getting lights ready for a theater production. Read more »
Lawmakers pass bill requiring complaints by parents be reviewed, posted by State Office of Education
A bill requiring a parent review committee to field complaints on curriculum was narrowly approved by lawmakers in the final minutes of the 2014 legislative session. Read more »
Both chambers of the Utah Legislature voted Thursday in a favor of a bill that makes changes to the school grading system. Read more »
A Duchesne County man who sexually assaulted an autistic teenager at a Vernal recreation center in 2009 had his second parole hearing Thursday. The victim's family and members of the inmate's... Read more »
Springville High School film student Jacob Buhler was named the 2014 General Sterling Scholar and given the state skilled and technical science award. Read more »
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