Why 'Meet the Mormons' was a life changer for Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo
Fiery football coach/family man from "Meet the Mormons" enjoys unprecedented success on the Naval Academy gridiron while staying true to his faith and covenants.
Chaffetz says he's already taken on Trump administration
Rep. Jason Chaffetz said Tuesday he has already taken on President Donald Trump's administration on four issues but said the question of potential Russian influence is best handled by another congressional committee.
No ordinary Joe: Quarterback signee Joe Critchlow takes serendipitous, circuitous route to BYU
Thanks to a series of fortuitous events, including chance encounters with coach Ed Lamb and NFL quarterback Brad Sorensen before his mission, Joe Critchlow became a surprise addition to BYU’s 2017 recruiting class on Signing Day Feb. 1.
Why Utah actually isn't the best place to raise a family
The Beehive State ranked first for having the most families with kids. It also has the lowest divorce rate. But it actually isn’t one of the top states for families, according to a new WalletHub report.
Utah Jazz: Could Deron Williams be headed back before trade deadline?
The Jazz are reportedly interested in bringing Deron Williams back into the fold, according to ESPN.com.
Alcoholism prompts YouTube star Shay Carl to halt production of 'Shaytards,' enter rehab
Shay Carl Butler, a millionaire Mormon vlogger whose family's channel has generated 2.6 billion video views on YouTube, announced this week that he is entering rehab for his alcohol addiction.
Why 'Studio C' believes the BYU Broadcasting Building is its 'Field of Dreams'
When the BYU Broadcasting Building, a state-of-the-art 100,000-square-foot facility, was dedicated in August of 2011, it included a studio capable of holding an audience of 250 people.
BYU happy to have, finally, Marriott Center Annex for basketball programs
BYU broke ground on the Marriott Center Annex, a second home for its men’s and women’s basketball programs, late in 2015. But construction of this type of facility had been discussed, and dreamed of, long before that.
Report: Most Utah young adults ill-prepared for workforce, ineligible for military
Young adults in Utah and a majority of other states in the country are ill-prepared for the workforce and ineligible to join the military because criminal convictions or lack of proficiency in core subjects like math or science, a new report says.
Live streams: 5A girls basketball state tournament
The Deseret News is live streaming the entire 5A girls basketball tournament.