A family story: UVU President Matt Holland staying true to his roots
If it seems an odd fit that Ivy-League educated Matt Holland is leading UVU — the former vocational school — there is symmetry to it. He is only two generations removed from swinging a pick for his living and perhaps mining coal.
Officer justified in shooting at convicted killer, district attorney rules
A Salt Lake City police officer was legally justified when he shot at a convicted killer during an October foot chase.
Escape from madness: Walking away from a cult of killers
The daughter of a cult leader whose orders led to about three dozen murders in the 1970s and 1980s has emerged from the shadows to tell her story. The killings — including at least three in Utah — were the backdrop to Anna LeBaron's early life
Chemistry demonstrations are a real gas
Alejandro Preciado creates “ghost bubbles” with the help of Amber Bowler, a senior chemistry major at the University of Utah, during the American Chemical Society Student Chapter’s spring chemistry festival in at the U.
Starting in kindergarten, Park City schoolchildren learn computer coding under unique initiative
Starting in kindergarten, students in Park City School District elementary schools are learning the basics of computer coding through an innovative instructional program a donor hopes will result in more women and minorities entering tech fields.
Photos: Rain doesn't dampen the fun on Lagoon's opening day
Visitors brave the rain and the Wicked roller coaster during Lagoon's opening day in Farmington on Saturday.
Roy foster parents arrested for abusing 3 sons, police say
A husband and wife who have been licensed to provide foster care in Utah since 2013 have been arrested for investigation of abusing their sons.
Inside the newsroom: A shocking Utah story captures the nation
Are there lessons to be learned from an unfathomable crime? Utahns in Cache County and throughout the country are struggling with that this week.
About Utah: Outdoor retailer is happy right where he is
For 70 years, The Fjeldsteds and Crofts have dispensed outdoor gear to all comers in Cache Valley.
Herbert signs abortion-halting legislation
Gov. Gary Herbert signed legislation that would require doctors to inform women that medication-induced abortions can be halted after taking just one of two pills, despite doctors' groups saying there is little evidence to back up that idea.