Presidents called for new Cedar City and Tucson temples
The First Presidency has called the following two new temple presidents and matrons.
Could Utah become a blue state? Why expert Nate Silver says it already is
Nate Silver, the editor-in-chief of the data driven FiveThirtyEight, opened his speech at Thursday’s Domopalooza by saying he found Utah fascinating. Here's why.
BYU football: Taysom Hill happy with his Pro Day, just wants to play
Former BYU quarterback put up some good numbers during Friday's Pro Day and expressed a desire to play at the next level, no matter the specific position.
Coach Matich talks about the emerging East High-BYU recruiting pipeline
East High coach Brandon Matich has produced a lot of collegiate talent over the years with BYU making good strides in tapping into the Leopard pipeline recently.
'She just feels the music': How 4-year-old Claire Crosby became a YouTube phenomenon
At the ripe age of four, Claire Crosby has garnered more than 50 million views on YouTube, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show twice, been cast in a movie and will appear on NBC's "Little Big Shots" Sunday.
Doug Robinson: A missing Malone — and no real explanation
It was so difficult to believe that Karl Malone would really miss the reunion of the 1997 NBA Finals team that many — including John Stockton — expected him to arrive at the last moment, unannounced, Favre-like.
West Bountiful man killed, wife injured in London terror attack
A West Bountiful man was killed and his wife injured in a terrorist attack in London on Wednesday while the couple was visiting the woman's parents, who are serving an LDS mission in England.
Police: Salt Lake County Jail sergeant killed by nephew in murder-suicide
A Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office sergeant was shot and killed in his sleep by his nephew Friday, police said, before the nephew fatally turned the gun on himself in an apparent murder-suicide.
Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Going against publicly 'embracing sensuality' in Hollywood
"We have enough women of fame and fortune; we need more women of faith. We have enough greed; we need more goodness. We have enough vanity; we need more virtue,” said Sister Margaret D. Naduald when she was the Young Women general president.
Why your next therapy session might include a horse
Could a horse help calm your anxiety, lift your depression or save your marriage? Proponents of equine-assisted psychotherapy say yes, and there's no riding involved.