BYU grad arrested on charge of selling secrets to China
A BYU alumnus who is a former CIA officer was arrested this week, accused of giving classified documents to a Chinese intelligence officer posing as a member of a think tank. The man had been serving in an LDS branch presidency in Virginia.
Brian Head Fire reaches 37,560 acres, destroys 21 structures
The Brian Head Fire burned 37,560 acres by Saturday morning, destroying 21 structures since it started last week.
Dick Harmon: Big buzz is the flock of football recruits migrating to Provo
More than a dozen high school athletes who previously signed elsewhere are transferring to BYU 16 months after Kalani Sitake took over the Cougar coaching reins. Here's an examination of the latest trend that's bound to help BYU.
Inside the newsroom: Why the family of Aaron Shamo was willing to talk
Aaron Shamo's story uncovers the secret world of the darknet and its role in the opioid epidemic. Shamo's family agreed to tell more about this son and brother.
Utah Jazz impressed with Dante Exum's progress
This is a big offseason for the Aussie playmaker because of the Jazz's uncertain point guard situation.
From Mormon kid to alleged drug kingpin: Inside the rise and fall of Aaron Shamo
Special report: The illicit drug trade is undergoing a seismic shift, with Utah in the middle of the deadly trade of the opioid fentanyl. This is the first in an ongoing series about this modern-day plague.
Paul Sharp: Public transit is a 'phony' miracle
Salt Lake City isn't London, Tokyo or New York and never will be. Transit will never provide solutions comparable to the power and convenience of individual transportation on adequate roads and highways.
Brian Head Fire tops 40,000 acres as other fires crop up across the state
As of 5 p.m. Saturday night, the Brian Head Fire had grown to about 38,000 acres and was 5 percent contained. The fire started June 17 and is the largest fire burning in the United States at this time, fire officials reported.
J.K. Rowling: There are actually two Harry Potters
In a post on the Pottermore blog, Rowling revealed that the series’ main character Harry Potter isn’t the only Harry Potter.
Accusatory 'Beatriz at Dinner' leaves subtlety on the table
“Beatriz at Dinner” is a bizarre, finger-pointing, us versus them kind of movie. Its battle lines are clear, even if its ultimate message isn’t.